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Resources for this Episode
- The Preventable website – the organization that created the 3D anamorphic image of the girl on the street (check the video below).
- The folks at Preventable also created the song heard near the end of the episode, “A catchy jingle for a safe holiday“
- Town in Iceland Paints 3D Zebra Crosswalk To Slow Down Speeding Cars
- Ep 188: Psychologists Are Keeping You From Getting the Flu
- Depth Perception – How Your Brain Sees What’s Not There
- 3D illusion in street tries to change drivers’ attitudes
- Anamorphic Drawings Jump from the Page
- Alessandro Diddi
- Brain Development Science Sheds Light on Teen Driving
This [the anamorphic drawing of the girl playing in the street] is a way to reinvigorate what becomes a pretty tired message every year. We become anesthetized to the risks related to driving, but the risks are very real, especially in British Columbia, where we have more than 400 fatalities each year related to motor vehicles,” said David Dunne, Director of the Traffic Safety Foundation and spokesperson for Preventable.