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Dwarfalator

tiered floor elevator
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...so that small people who get trapped at the back of a busy elevator car, can see what's going on!

Naturally, the floor is tiered in sloping steps to accommodate wheelchair users.

xenzag, Oct 03 2009

Short people got no reason to live! http://www.youtube....watch?v=1NvgLkuEtkA
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       more importantly, people waiting at the lift door can see their short pals.
po, Oct 03 2009
  

       Finally, a solution to dwarf lift face farts.
tatterdemalion, Oct 03 2009
  

       In every tall building, or just the ones in the Munchkin Land?
blissmiss, Oct 03 2009
  

       Edit - added last bit, as I am on my annual visit to the capital city of cargo cult land, and as always, appalled at the almost total lack of provision for the less able to access many areas, for example the subway system.
xenzag, Aug 28 2013
  

       So, this is an amphitheatre? I think would work best with some polarised light mit glasses , so those taking a long-hop could see the entire gladiatorial contest, whereas those just going one floor could get see a load of comedic one-liners.
not_morrison_rm, Aug 29 2013
  

       Actually it's just an elevator car, with a floor that slopes up to the back, only about 4 steps. I suppose a grand scale amphitheatre sized car could be constructed.
xenzag, Aug 29 2013
  

       Won't thing like this just encourage people to be short?
MaxwellBuchanan, Sep 01 2013
  

       How about buckets recessed into the floor for tall people to stand in?
pocmloc, Sep 02 2013
  
      
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