Audi Rotating Billboard

Posted on April 7, 2010 by admin | No Comments

I can’t find any video of this, so I’m making an assumption on how this works. From what I can conclude, the part of the billboard showing terrain is underneath a layer of plexi-glass and physically moves to rotate between the different terrains (kind of like rotating billboards at malls). The car is a sticker placed on top of the plexi-glass that stays stationary to create the illusion that the car is driving over the various terrains. I’m assuming the terrain doesn’t move consistently… probably shows one terrain, sits there a while, and then changes to the next. I think it would be a lot cooler if you could rig it to constantly move… I wonder if you could do that in a mall. That could open up some pretty cool possibilities.

Check out a bigger selection of photos of the unit after the jump

Source: adgoodness

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