Don’t you just love the kind of freedom associated with concepts when they are thought up of without any of the restrictions of the real world? Want to make a concept of a smartphone? That’s easy, assuming you are using some sort of arc reactor equivalent technology that means your smartphone need not be charged throughout its entire lifetime. Well, a certain Tad Orlowski has come up with the Willie bus concept that he hopes will be able to change city landscapes in the future.
And how will a humble bus be able to do that, you ask? Simple – the bus itself will feature a frame that is specially contorted into a slew of shapes, allowing it to create “an impression of restless energy attempting to cut through the unblemished surface of the glass.” The glass happens to be a screen in this case, and it will be able to also be used to show off digital advertisements that can then be rotated and updated, depending on a frequency of the bus company’s preference. Of course, it does not seem as though the Willie bus is going to enter production anytime soon, but to have it light up a city? That’s a winner in our books for sure.
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