The 'SIX' Bike Signal Light Operates Based on Hand Gestures

By: Michael Hemsworth - Apr 27, 2016
References: kickstarter & geeky-gadgets
Cyclist injuries are abundant these days, so the 'SIX' bike signal light is intended to make sure that drivers and pedestrians can clearly see what move the biker will make next.

A gesture-controlled device, the 'SIX' works by interpreting the hand signals created when riders are on their bikes. Capable of working with the signals for left, right and stop, the 'SIX' light ensures your movements are well-known before you make them.

Created by Pax Cultura Studios in Toronto, Canada, the 'SIX' bike signal light can help to dramatically reduce the number of accidents that take place at night. Being that many cyclists can go unseen once the sun sets, accidents often take place aplenty.

The 'SIX' bike light is currently being funded on Kickstarter where users can get their hands on a beta prototype unit at early bird prices.