Should We Watch Out Or Not?

And that is my question to you this Monday Morning. Do you want to be forewarned about a broken-down car with a holographic “Watch Out – Warning Triangle” beaming at you from a distance, when driving? Or do you think it will be a distraction and a hazard? The idea is simple….holographic red triangle projected from a distance, warning you of a stalled car ahead in the lane. Some may argue it being an eerie Potter-esque sign on the freeway; others may call it helpful. Take your pick!

Watch Out – Warning Triangle won an iF Concept Design this year.

Designers: Chun-Chieh Chang & Wan-Hua Tsai

    19 Comments

    • Alaor says:

      It seems that Yanko Design become a rendering contest. I have seen many beautiful renderings of products (like this one) that doesn't make any sense and simply can't work.

    • Alaor says:

      It seems that Yanko Design become a rendering contest. I have seen many beautiful renderings of products (like this one) that doesn't make any sense and simply can't work.

    • Saul says:

      is there any use of this? i mean in the REAL world…!

    • Saul says:

      is there any use of this? i mean in the REAL world…!

    • bdesign. says:

      How can you design a product on a technology that just doesn't exist. Nice conceptual idea but not a viable answer to a problem that existing products provide. Why does it need to be another product in the boot of the car? Why not make the entire vehicle the signal that can be turned on when there is a breakdown??

    • bdesign. says:

      How can you design a product on a technology that just doesn't exist. Nice conceptual idea but not a viable answer to a problem that existing products provide. Why does it need to be another product in the boot of the car? Why not make the entire vehicle the signal that can be turned on when there is a breakdown??

    • k0ldBurn says:

      First make one, then you can talk about it's usefulness.

    • k0ldBurn says:

      First make one, then you can talk about it's usefulness.

      • Snejana says:

        thank you i completely agree i dont know how any of you can talk unless you have created something like this and how would u know if it would work or not unless you tried it…anyways i'm glad im not the only one to tell these idiots to shut up unless they have tried it :p

    • hyun says:

      Idiots who comments…. read before lookin at the image.. it say it won “if concept design” so its not practical stuff. Its conceptual design..

    • KARTE says:

      However, the nature of the design is the way to play around monkeying a pass. Behind it is to spoil the hard work of a group of scientists, even if finally be finding out, it will only be that … Oh! That has won IF CONCEPT with REDDOT DESIGN CONCEPT Award.

    • KARTE says:

      However, the nature of the design is the way to play around monkeying a pass. Behind it is to spoil the hard work of a group of scientists, even if finally be finding out, it will only be that … Oh! That has won IF CONCEPT with REDDOT DESIGN CONCEPT Award.

    • vivian says:

      i think this just concept~ and this product not to do working~__but rendering is good~

    • vivian says:

      i think this just concept~ and this product not to do working~__but rendering is good~

    • ringo says:

      project in the air? possible?

    • ringo says:

      project in the air? possible?

    • Snejana says:

      i think its a great idea because If it's dark at night and the car is all black like the model then yeah I would want to be warned in advance that there is a broken down car instead of barely missing it! There is always something that can be “better” but you guys need to stop acting like you are these brilliant scientists and think you can do better than this guy…until you start creating something amazing like this shut up and just appreciate it. I love this site by the way whoever creates all this stuff is genious i love the designs I love the concepts of course some are better than others but they are still very genious bravo!

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