seil bag for cyclists signals traffic signs through LED lights seil bag for cyclists signals traffic signs through LED lights
oct 18, 2013

seil bag for cyclists signals traffic signs through LED lights

seil bag for cyclists signals traffic signs through LED lights
all images courtesy of lee myung su

 

 

 

the ‘seil bag’ by korean leemyungsu design lab is a backpack for bicycle riders with a clever safety feature — illuminating LED lights on its exterior fabric indicate traffic signals such as left and right arrows to auto drivers behind. basic signs, like ‘stop’, ‘sorry’, and emergency markings illustrate a programmed message to vehicles at the rear of the cyclist. the bike rider can control the various information they want to deliver through a simple, detachable wireless controller fitted to their handlebars. the flexible LED display hidden within the fabric can be applied to either the backpack, or a pouch and can be self-programed to relay symbols, emblems, and badges through a smartphone app. seil bag is a piece of wearable IT that integrates style and technology, while protecting urban bikers from vehicular accidents. the project is currently seeking funding through kickstarter, here.

 

 


seil bag by lee, myung su
video courtesy of kickstarter

 

 


the messages are displayed with LED lights

 

 


the seil bag displaying a right arrow, and the wireless controller

 

 
the bag looks like a regular back pack when not illuminated

 

 


a bright green left arrow on the outside of the bag

 

 


messages can be transmitted via a smartphone app

 

 


the flexible lighting fit into the fabric pouch

 

 


the wireless device on the handlebar indicates arrows to auto drivers behind

 

 


two cyclists use the seil bag

 

  • Awesome, no need for more words.

    Ramd says:
  • genial

    steam says:
  • A good product. Would like to know more about it and its availability in the Indian Market.

    SANJAY B. ASHER says:

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