Texting and driving is a big no-no. We get that. People still do it, but it isn’t from the misguided belief that they aren’t being risky or, in some places, breaking the law. Yet what about texting and walking? It may not result in unintentional manslaughter (okay, it’s much less likely to result in accidental death), but that doesn’t mean it’s harmless.
In Japan, wireless carrier NTT Docomo has been trying to educate the public on the dangers of walking while having their eyes glued on a mobile device.
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This Peculiar Japanese Computer Simulation Shows Why You Shouldn’t Use Your Phone While Walking was written by the awesome team at Android Police.