wearable lighting, led
6 DecSo…you’re looking for a way to add some snazzy, flashy bling to your next wearable project, costume (and bicycle if you’re in Portland) and you’ve decided that plain old glitter and streamers isn’t going to cut it anymore. Perhaps you’ve even tried using readily available EL Wire or LED lights, and found them to be too dim, too fragile, or not flexible enough for costuming and custom garments...Read more »
16 NovThe first light-emitting diode and laser diode was introduced in the early 1960s. Since then, both lighting technologies have come a long way in efficiency, practicality, and brightness.Read more »
LED Strip lighting has been commercially available for over 15 years, while Laser Wire® has been only on the market just over three years...
24 JulLighting, since we have been introduced to the incandescent light bulb over 100 years ago, has been known as a fragile, fixed bulb that emits a bright light to its surroundings. When you think about it, not much is different from today’s LEDs, only the size has become much smaller. The “bulb” in an LED is still rigid, and still relatively fragile...Read more »
18 JunOne of the most common complaints we hear about EL Wire is not necessarily the wire itself, but the inverters. Nearly every el wire inverter or battery pack that has been made to date uses a very high frequencyRead more »
VynEL™ by Ellumiglow, is a flexible, washable, sew-able EL panel light strip that is easy to integrate into wearables, textiles, automotive interiors (and even exteriors), sportswear and athletic apparel, and more. VynEL™ got it’s name due to...