|English: A commuter cyclist in the London morning rush hour, kitted out in specialist cycling gear (Photo credit: Wikipedia)|
"How, then, to negotiate the two different, but equally vital forms of transport? Seoul-based designer Lee Myungsu thinks he has an answer. A car owner who often commutes to his studio by bike, Myungsu devised a backpack that amplifies a cyclist’s visibility on the road. The SEIL bag (pronounced Zail) lights its wearer up and indicates to surrounding traffic in which direction the cyclist is headed--no dweeby, though very important, hand signals required."
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