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MotorMood Car Light Lets You Thank Drivers with a Smiley Face

by Lambert Varias
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There are times when a honk is not enough. MotorMood is a stick-on rear light for cars. Using its infrared remote control, you can flash it momentarily to reveal a smiley face and acknowledge a fellow motorist’s good deed.

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I wouldn’t be surprised if a reverse MotorMood – something that let you scold or piss off fellow motorists – would sell like hotcakes, but that’s exactly why devices like this should exist. There’s more than enough road rage as it is. I just wish it had a more mature design, and that the remote control used Bluetooth so that it could be placed in a more accessible location like the steering wheel.

Drive defensively and pledge at least $19 (USD) on Kickstarter to receive a MotorMood as a reward.

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