Smile more often. Doctors say that it is good for health, and the people around them cheer up. Designer Moritz Waldemeyer loves smiles so much that he even turns bicycle wheels into a smiley face.
The Joyrider he made consists of two blocks attached to the spokes. Electronic blocks calculate the speed of rotation of the wheel and, using LED displays, create the illusion of a smiling bike. In this case, the resulting smiley is stationary and does not rotate or move anywhere.
The smiling blocks were attached to two prototype bicycles, also designed by Waldemeier, which were auctioned off at a design show last week. The cost of one such bike was about two thousand pounds.