Posts Tagged: electroluminescent

indiglo strikes back: future illuminations

Remember Indiglo?  Well…just when you thought EL (electroluminescent) tech was dead and buried, it keeps coming back alive.  First through Lumilor’s cool spray-on techniques, and now through Future Illuminations heavy duty fabric applications. They state about their new VynEL line:

indiglo strikes back: future illuminations

Remember Indiglo?  Well…just when you thought EL (electroluminescent) tech was dead and buried, it keeps coming back alive.  First through Lumilor’s cool spray-on techniques, and now through Future Illuminations heavy duty fabric applications. They state about their new VynEL line:

lighting wallpaper

Lighting Wallpaper is a small Czech startup launching screen-printed electroluminescent decorative wall tiles. They are an offshoot of ELON Technologies, a company that specializes in producing electroluminescent-animated posters for advertising. It reminds me very much of Jonas Samson’s design concept from 2008, and it

lighting wallpaper

Lighting Wallpaper is a small Czech startup launching screen-printed electroluminescent decorative wall tiles. They are an offshoot of ELON Technologies, a company that specializes in producing electroluminescent-animated posters for advertising. It reminds me very much of Jonas Samson’s design concept from 2008, and it

lumilor: paintable light

This is interesting:  A company called Darkside Scientific has figured out a way to apply electroluminescent (EL…aka Indiglo) coating via a typical automotive spray paint process.  Their product is called Lumilor and they are targeting the custom paint industry for

lumilor: paintable light

This is interesting:  A company called Darkside Scientific has figured out a way to apply electroluminescent (EL…aka Indiglo) coating via a typical automotive spray paint process.  Their product is called Lumilor and they are targeting the custom paint industry for

vega zaishi wang

Cool Hunting has a post on a young Chinese fashion designer, Vega Zaishi Wang, who is experimenting with EL lighting in her clothing.  A couple of the images really caught my eye…a nice revealing of light through the silhouette of the

vega zaishi wang

Cool Hunting has a post on a young Chinese fashion designer, Vega Zaishi Wang, who is experimenting with EL lighting in her clothing.  A couple of the images really caught my eye…a nice revealing of light through the silhouette of the

nth degree

Glowing ink.  The concept is sexy, isn’t it?  Just plug in the “LED” cartridge into your printer and watch it print you a pattern of light emitting surface.  Or even better:  Imagine combining glowing ink into a 3D printer:  Voila!

nth degree

Glowing ink.  The concept is sexy, isn’t it?  Just plug in the “LED” cartridge into your printer and watch it print you a pattern of light emitting surface.  Or even better:  Imagine combining glowing ink into a 3D printer:  Voila!

michael taylor photographer

Came across this on Tumblr: Michael Taylor Photographer.  “An abstract approach to photography involving light and humanity.” His “Wave” series is a beautiful use of projections on human bodies. His “Light Trace” series uses long exposures and what looks like

michael taylor photographer

Came across this on Tumblr: Michael Taylor Photographer.  “An abstract approach to photography involving light and humanity.” His “Wave” series is a beautiful use of projections on human bodies. His “Light Trace” series uses long exposures and what looks like

phototropia

I ran across this almost-crazy design project and research model from Zurich’s CAAD Institute at the Department of Architecture, ETH Zurich: Phototropia is part of an ongoing series on the application of smart materials in an architectural context and was

phototropia

I ran across this almost-crazy design project and research model from Zurich’s CAAD Institute at the Department of Architecture, ETH Zurich: Phototropia is part of an ongoing series on the application of smart materials in an architectural context and was