MIT: working to reinvent the bus stop

Emerging from its history as a graffiti-laden rain shelter, the bustop is on a path to turn from ugly duckling into a gorgeous and smart swan.

Emerging from its history as a graffiti-laden rain shelter, the bus stop is on a path to turn from ugly duckling into a gorgeous and smart swan.

Researchers at MIT have designed the EyeStop, a smart shelter that tracks the busses progress, sells tickets and more. See for yourself in this special report from Sumi Das.

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This post was originally published on Smartplanet.com

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