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Invisible priority seat / Priority Seats

Invisible priority seat
Invisible priority seat

There is always specific area in the public space for some users. For example, because of the special status or physiological demands, people sit on the priority seat. However, this kind of welfare may be the pressure for those people. They may feel embarrassed when sit in the priority seat. How to prevent those people from others peculiar insight and feel they are different from others. Nevertheless, when it is necessary, the priority seat could still be offered to those who need it.

University

DaYeh University

DaYeh University
Keelung City, Taiwan

Yi-Fan Chang,
DaYeh University

Mi-Cian Huang,
DaYeh University

Ting-Ting Hu,
DaYeh University