My interpretation of the Oakley brief led to a glove with integrated lights. These lights adjust to the user's hand language to better help the user in urban situations. Such as turning red while braking, or becoming intermittent when signalling. I want people to engage with this new Oakley language, to build on it and for it to become natural.
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