Light Tape

August 28, 2011

Linear electroluminescent lamps

Light Tape lamps alter one’s preconceptions about point based light sources. Imagine a lightbulb as thin as a credit card in any color that can be bent around any surface for hundreds and hundreds of feet, and that costs only a fraction of what traditional bulbs cost to operate. Developed by Electro-LuminX, Light Tape is made from Global Tungsten & Powders’s light-emitting phosphors and Honeywell’s encapsulant systems, and may be used for general illumination, signage, and animated displays.

Contact: Electro-LuminX Lighting Corporation, Chester, VA, USA.

For more information, see Transmaterial 3: A Catalog of Materials that Redefine our Physical Environment

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