Bang Goes the Theory featuring Tensator’s Tensabarrier Posts

Tune into BBC1, Wednesday 15th September at 7.30pm to see our Tensabarrier and signage products on the popular science series ‘Bang Goes the Theory’.
Based at London’s Science Museum the experiment looks at how you can alter people’s actions and abilities by something called ‘priming’.

Research has shown that if you show people images or cause them to think about being inactive/elderly they will respond by acting slower themselves. However, if you show them images of movement and youth they will move faster. The programme will show this in the queue by using barrier signage which illustrates these different images so it can be measured how people react.

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