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Sometimes innovation is not necessary

IMG_0199 - Copy I stood with a crowd of people in an office building lobby, looking for the “Up” button for the elevator. Then we saw this panel.

You are supposed to key in your floor.  Then, when you get in the elevator, it takes you right to your floor.

Unless you get in the wrong elevator.  Because there are no floor buttons inside the car.

Here’s a video.

How does this help?

P.S. What does the wheelchair button do?

P.P.S. This may explain it.

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  1. Robert October 7, 2009 at 9:59 pm #

    JW Marriott in Washington, DC. At least that is where I saw this set up. After an extended explanation when I checked in, I still was a bit of a loss when approaching the elevator bay. After a few days, I figured it out and offered my new found expertise to many other guests struggling like I did.

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