With cars and bikes increasingly sharing our roads, safety is a major issue for cyclists. Declan Predavec and his older brother Callum developed a laser that marks a one metre safety distance behind a bike to help motorists avoid getting too close to cyclists. They used 3D printing to produce the various devices involved in the laser system such as a warning screen on the back of bicycles that warns motorists if they are driving too close to a cyclist.
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