X-Ray Train Vision

Let me first assure you that there’s absolutely no nudity in this project post. Unless you’ve got real X-ray vision that is. In which case how dare you! With great power comes great responsibility! This is about trains. In a nutshell, it’s called the “Comfort Zone Display” and it shows potential train passengers where and how heavy the population of any given train is. No more squishies!

Not only is there a gigantic strip along the entire landing area for the train as it stops that shows the density of the population of the train, there’s LEDs everywhere! Included in this system of items is a revamp of status screens, unique information for certain trains (like wi-fi capability,) and all-around ease-in-use improvements for everything having to do with train and train-like transport worldwide.

Simplicity!

Designer: 4-id Creative Network

Comfort Zone Display density system for metro and other rail transport by 4-id Creative Network

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25 Comments

  • reality says:

    looks a bit more packed than this on the london underground.

  • jordi says:

    the occupational density info is a very good idea!
    congratulations guys!

  • Sam says:

    I really like this idea. Probably easier to just measure the gain in weight of each carriage with sensors. Also, I can picture passengers running up and down platforms trying to get themselves into the green areas. Still, I say implement it!

  • Stephen Russell says:

    Must for US East Coast cities IE NE.
    Chicago, & EU.

    Nice for AmTrack RR use.

  • Yes, but can it tell you if there's a stinky homeless guy in the car with only a few passengers? Or no air conditioning?

  • Yes, but can it tell you if there’s a stinky homeless guy in the car with only a few passengers? Or no air conditioning?

  • This is much closer to reality than first seems and will be appearing on international networks over the next few years.
    For more information then contact me

    Phil (Acorel)

  • This is much closer to reality than first seems and will be appearing on international networks over the next few years.
    For more information then contact me

    Phil (Acorel)

  • ashtar says:

    i have 2 say gooooooooooood 4 u 3zezy

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