A information display based on Hong Kong MTR

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A information display based on Hong Kong MTR

Post by kinkisharyo » 19 Feb 2017, 14:25

I was bored so I made this
This creation is based on Hong Kong MTR and it's call "Dynamic Display"
It's located above the train doors showing the route informations.

Situation : A Rijndam M3 metro train travelling from Stadhuis to Garenmarkt Station
There may have some mistake, I hope you don't mind :)

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P.S.: For those who interested in the display in real life, here's a link
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=qD3AUYEz1fk
If you want to see more, search this Chinese keyword : " 動態路線顯示圖 "
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MP 85
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Re: A information display based on Hong Kong MTR

Post by MP 85 » 19 Feb 2017, 18:10

Good idea ;)
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Sorry to my bad langage (Google translate) :idea:
Sorry voor mijn slechte taal (Google translate)

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Re: A information display based on Hong Kong MTR

Post by Sjoerd » 19 Feb 2017, 19:13

Your link does not work; I tried it on two computers, and both times it said "error 403, forbidden".
Could you try putting it on https://postimage.io/?
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Re: A information display based on Hong Kong MTR

Post by kinkisharyo » 20 Feb 2017, 02:28

Sjoerd wrote:Your link does not work; I tried it on two computers, and both times it said "error 403, forbidden".
Could you try putting it on https://postimage.io/?
:)
I didn't realize google will change the url
The link have been fixed

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Re: A information display based on Hong Kong MTR

Post by Sjoerd » 20 Feb 2017, 07:59

One small detail; the museumline does not run to Station Westplein (it only connects at Noordvliet, to line M1). But aside from that; great work! :)
If I where the professional operator of a metro network, I would want this system installed ;)
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Re: A information display based on Hong Kong MTR

Post by LosAngelesMetro56 » 20 Feb 2017, 14:19

kinkisharyo wrote: Image[/size]
Reminds me of the Kinkisharyo P3010
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Re: A information display based on Hong Kong MTR

Post by thomastopey » 20 Feb 2017, 16:30

Kinki Sharyo? u can say that is put in the rolling stock that made by the same company XD
I am a fan of Japanese trains

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Re: A information display based on Hong Kong MTR

Post by LosAngelesMetro56 » 20 Feb 2017, 16:41

thomastopey wrote:Kinki Sharyo? u can say that is put in the rolling stock that made by the same company XD
It is ;)
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Re: A information display based on Hong Kong MTR

Post by henk1234 » 20 Feb 2017, 17:06

Sjoerd wrote:One small detail; the museumline does not run to Station Westplein (it only connects at Noordvliet, to line M1). But aside from that; great work! :)
If I where the professional operator of a metro network, I would want this system installed ;)
GVB has this kind of displays in the new M5 metro carriages.

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Re: A information display based on Hong Kong MTR

Post by Sjoerd » 20 Feb 2017, 17:38

henk1234 wrote:GVB has this kind of displays in the new M5 metro carriages.
Yes, they are coming close (I use the Amsterdam metro once or twice a week). But they show much less information.
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