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Mind Blowing 3D Pedestrian Crossing Rolled Out in Icelandic Town to Tackle Speeding

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A 3D zebra crossing has been rolled out in the Icelandic town of Ísafjörður in the hope that the optical illusion will impel drivers to slow down.

The creative road markings were installed after Icelandic environmental commissioner Ralf Trylla was inspired by a similar project in New Delhi, India aimed at tackling speeding. Trylla enlisted local Icelandic contractor Vegmálun GÍH who redesigned the crossing to create the appearance of stripes jumping out of the road.

This roadway makes it look like a roadmap,” Gautur Ívar Halldórsson, managing director of Vegvísindun GÍH, told Visir.

The project, which was supported by the Icelandic transport authority, was filmed in situ by Gusti Productions, showing the painted stripes transform into apparent 3D blocks as cars drive by and children cycle over the crossing.

According to the Icelandic transport authority, similar three-dimensional pedestrian crossings have been introduced in Germany, Belgium, Austria, the UK, and Spain, following in the footsteps of the Indian road safety project.

Last year, the Indian government rolled out 3D paintings as speed breakers in an effort to improve road safety. At the start of 2017 the New Delhi Municipal Council outlined their plans to extend the 3D project, citing its success so far.

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EDITOR’S STRONGLY RECOMMENDED READ

Increase in Large Earthquakes Expected Globally in 2018 as Earth’s Rotation Slows
IT SEEMS THAT SOME FOLKS DIDN'T TAKE THIS VERY IMPORTANT PIECE OF NEWS SERIOUSLY. IF YOU HAVEN'T READ THIS PLEASE DO SO AND PERHAPS EVEN TAKE SOME STEPS TO PREPARE SOME TYPE OF PRECAUTIONARY EMERGENCY PLAN BEFORE THE NEW YEAR SO YOU CAN BE PREPARED IN THE EVENT THAT THIS WERE TO HAPPEN IN YOUR AREA.

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There are 5 temples in Kyoto, Japan that have blood stained ceilings. The ceilings are made from the floorboards of a castle where warriors killed themselves after a long hold-off against an army. To this day, you can still see the outlines and footprints.
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