Rush hour at the train station: Where will the train stop? Where can I find an empty seat? Where can I board with my bike?
Goal of this implemented idea was to make the entry situation for the passengers easier. Therefor a 180 meter LED-Display has been located right above the platform. It provides information about the incoming train. The Screeninformation moves parallel to the train and shows exactly were an empty seat can be found, where class 1 or 2 are located, where one can entry the train easily by wheelchair.
It improves the transfer process: from communicating platforms to mobile travel assistants to new communication concepts preparing passengers for incoming trains.
So far this Project (from ProRail – together with NS Dutch Railways) is being installed only at the Amsterdam Station „Hertogenbosch“.
However, everybody who uses the train frequently would love this simple solution.
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Russia based Tomatdesign developed name, logo and packaging design for this limited, personalized edition of beer. Very nice minimalistic design, dark mood fitting to strong, dark beer and some „tangable“, realistic piece of rope as typo:
Das Logo von Visual Editions verändert sich auf deren Website permanent (http://www.visual-editions.com). Visual Editions ist ein Londoner Verlag. Die Buchstaben des Logos werden der Reihe nach jeweils für einen Augenblick durch ein entsprechendes Zeichen aus dem Dingbatsset ersetzt. Hierfür wurde ein eigener Dingbatsfont erstellt, der das Erscheinungsbild prägt.
As a glass manufacturer Corning has his part in the development of new exciting technologies. Consequently they recently molded their own visions for the future into a video, that demonstrates what you can do with just as much as glass.