South Korean designer invents ‘third eye’ to keep smartphone addicts safe while walking

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  • South China Morning Post published this video item, entitled “South Korean designer invents ‘third eye’ to keep smartphone addicts safe while walking” – below is their description.

    South Korean designer Paeng Minwook has invented a gadget called a “third eye” to help keep smartphone addicts safe as they walk while looking at their phones. Paeng said the device is meant to criticise modern-day phone users, whom he calls “Phono sapiens”.

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