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In Japan, this company creates shadows to protect you from burglaries

The burglary obviously scares everyone. Going home and discovering that an intruder has entered your home to seize your belongings is a real test that can leave traces. Of course, many solutions exist to dissuade evil spirits and the one we're going to talk about today and probably the most creative.

À Tokyo, the security company Leopalace 21 indeed had the idea to design projected shadows to fight against burglaries. The concept is fun: mini-movies are realized staging a man in action. You can see him standing reading, playing the guitar, training in the baseball bat, etc.

Projected using a video projector on your curtains, these silhouettes really give the illusion that your interior is busy even when you are not there. Look at the video instead Creapills to discover the rendering.

An idea for the least amazing that will not fail to deter burglars. The latter seeking to take the slightest risk will always have a doubt about the presence or absence of the owner in the house. Obviously, we can also contradict this argument by imagining a malevolent mind knowing the technique and waiting to be sure that it is well a projection.

Anyway, the initiative is laudable and creative and also translates for this security company as a nice shot of communication. Remember that this small innovation was originally designed to target single women to Tokyo and wanting to protect themselves from intrusions. A market that represents all the same 1.4 million people in the Japanese capital!

Credits: Leopalace 21

Credits: Leopalace 21

Credits: Leopalace 21

Credits: Leopalace 21

Credits: Leopalace 21

Credits: Leopalace 21

Credits: Leopalace 21

Imagined by:Leopalace 21

Video: Shadow of man guards lone female tenants (October 2019).

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