Triangle Optical Gate Encourages Smooth Circulation in Busy Stations

By: Amelia Roblin - Published: Feb 19, 2013 • References: 0100design & yankodesign
The local might criticize the odd visitor for becoming confused about how to approach a series of turnstiles in the train or subway station, but the fact is that there is little consistency in the look and operation of such thresholds in different countries and even cities. The Triangle Optical Gate was developed to make it clear to people about how to enter and exit.

Sure, it's an entirely new design that, by nature, will be unfamiliar and potentially perplexing as well; however, 0100design has shaped it and incorporated arrows and illuminated directions to indicate if and how one should pass through. Slim and streamlined, the Triangle Optical Gate would be a great modern touch in transportation hubs, capable of integrating ticket scanners and more. Stats for Intuitive Modern Turnstiles Trending: Older & Chilly
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