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Hide-and-wait / Zebra Crosssing

Hide-and-wait
Hide-and-wait

Pedestrians’ jaywalking is still common today, even if there is an increasing number of traffic accidents related to it. Hide-and-wait zebra crossing reminds people to walk and stop in nearly an interaction way of gamification. When the crosswalk signal lamps turn green, the zebra crossing emerges from both sides to the middle of the road; and it will fade away gradually before the lamps turn red.
Hide-and-wait zebra crossing emphasizes the safety and social order. The psychological suggestions it applies make it more efficient, receptive and agreeable.

University

Zhejiang University

Zhejiang University
Hangzhou, China

Duan Ke,
Zhejiang University

Hu Xusheng,
Zhejiang University

Wu Su,
Zhejiang University

Yu Chenning,
Zhejiang University