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Electroluminescent Faux Tattoo Using Elastolite

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Caleb Kraft
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Caleb Kraft   2/20/2014 9:19:27 AM
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that stuff looks really cool. I've seen EL panels and EL tape for some time but always thought it was a shame that it wasn't more flexible. This is incredible!

 

Unfortunately it can't be cut like a normal EL panel though.

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Tron beginnings
jpolivka   2/19/2014 11:34:12 AM
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Credit Oryon Technologies for the original Tron suit effects. Its ELastoLite product is a flexible, washable, crushable personal lighting system for low light environments, special effects and safety applications. Details at www.elastolite.com

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