Fist Bump with Traffic Signals

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Walking up to this traffic you need to greet by a fist bump otherwise you wouldn’t be able to cross the street. The project called the Walkbump was created in Los Angeles by Alfredo Adán.

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The solution proposed by the guy, except of being interesting and raising interest of passers-by, is also more hygienic than the standard button.

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