China Creates Its First Smartphone Sidewalk Lane
Chinese metropolis of Chongqing has created a smartphone sidewalk lane, seemingly providing a path for these too engrossed in messaging and tweeting to observe the place they are going.
Nong Cheng, the advertising official with Meixin Group said -
“There are numerous aged individuals and youngsters in our road, and strolling together with your cellphone might trigger pointless collisions right here.”
The 100 ft-stretch of pavement was specially painted for individuals who have their eyes perma-locked to their screens. Typical behavior includes walking all over the place, variations in speed or sudden stopping, bumping into you because they aren’t looking where they are going (and not apologizing), or talking loudly and gesturing wildly forcing you to get out of the way.