Japanese Company Finds Unique Solution to Making Women Who Live Alone Feel Safer

Japanese Company Finds Unique Solution to Making Women Who Live Alone Feel Safer

April 2, 2018
Leo Palace 21, an apartment management company based in Japan, has just invented a new way to make women who live alone safe in their apartment by projecting a loop of a man onto their window’s curtain.
The product “Man on the Curtain” is pretty much straightforward, as can be seen in the promotional video posted on Vimeo.
To make it work, a mobile phone must be plugged into a projector that comes with the delivery. The machine would then project a looped video of a silhouette man onto the window curtains to create the impression that a man lives in the residence – this goes on for a full six-hour cycle before repeating the footage.
In theory, this helps women living alone avoid getting targeted by would-be criminals.
According to SoraNews24, “Man on the Curtain” comes with 12 different options for the man silhouette, which includes projection of the actor doing a boxing routing as he throws punches, a martial artist practicing his karate kata, a baseball fan swinging a bat, and a bodybuilder working out with his dumbbells.
Another couple of options to choose from is the shadow cleaning the apartment with a vacuum and the other one where he practices with an electric guitar.
Truth be told, though, these two seem to actually break the illusion that the woman lives with someone — considering that they don’t usually produce a noise.
Unfortunately, Leo Palace 21 is not offering the “Man on the Curtain” product commercially just yet; however, it was reported that they are giving away prototype units for five people. Those who’d like to give it a shot can send their applications here.
Images screenshot via Vimeo / ManOnTheCurtain
      Bryan Ke

      Bryan Ke
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