All three aspects make up the entire learning process, and will be taken into consideration in the conceptualization of a public transport. This proposal assumes that the bus is mechanically suited for long drive, big enough to accommodate large quantity of passengers and constantly undergoes regular check-up and tune-up to answer the areas on safety of the commuters. This also assumes that the bus driver is well equipped with existing knowledge about how to drive the bus, whether it be stick shift or automatic transmission;
In General, the bus should be equipped with restroom facilities; comfortable plush reclined seats; spacious overhead compartment as well as walk way; emergency exits; window blinds for privacy and shade, a good heating and cooling facilities that also changes along with the season.
A distinct color scheme must be painted on the bus, using primary colors, because they are easily recognized by the iris in both gender.. The bus should also be equipped with a paging system that announces the destination and stops. The fully functioning air-condition and Television set that will provide both comfort and entertainment during long drive. It should also be equipped with signs by way of posters, indicating schedule, destinations and fare. All these, provides sensory stimulus (visual, auditory and tactile) to introduced to the brain as an information that will be interpreted analyzed and later on be organized.
A Clear wide windshield; electronic adjustable side mirrors; rear view camera with monitor screen in control panel area; wide rear view mirror and color coded light illuminated speedometer and gas gauge should all contain the control panels. All of the requisites mentioned provide the chance to access all angles for excellent vertical and horizontal view, even with perepheral view. This maximizes the area for visual information acquisition thus absorbing all details for input into the brain. This will allow the brain to categorize and classify information according to order of priority while segregating the least important aspect. Once this is identified, the brain can then proceed to interpreting and analyzing the information and come up with a conclusion.
In the area of attention:
There should be a fixed schedule for pit stops; boarding and when to disembark; arrival time estimation and automatic fare collection system that opens only when correct fare is remitted. Because, this has already been provided thru signs, the brain will then proceed with analyzing the acquired data received through perception. The processed data will then be compiled into one structure that will represent an entire idea of riding the bus. In here the passenger will come up a mental representation of riding the bus is nice, fun and easy.
It is important that indicators for critical signs on the control panel board should flash red
color, as this is the primary color that is immediately perceived by the retina of the eye. This will ensure brain to recognize pattern that once disruption occurs, will immediately access reactionary measure. It is also important that all critical warning devices should sound enough to be heard to provide for an auditory stimulus that verifies visual data, in instances where the brain performs simultaneous task. Usually this will occur when the driver monitors the safety of both