New non-electrical light source lasts 15 years

Mikey 8 comments
New non-electrical light source lasts 15 years

Litroenergy is a cool new tech that could save billions in energy costs and possibly provide adequate lighting to areas in poverty stricken countries that don't have electricity. According to their web site:

LitroenergyTM surpasses all known available lighting options for cost/durability/reliability and safety. The uses are unlimited as the imagination; however we predict the safety aspects to be the front runner in application (light safety tape, lighted life rafts/flotation equipment, light safety markings/equipment, etc.). Supplemental light source will be second as the material is bright and one can read by it, if you have some Litroenergy lighting you will not need to always turn on a light source that requires electricity.

The non-toxic inexpensive paint-on or injection mould light source apparently lasts for 15 years, but all I can think about is how cool a Tron costume I could make with it.

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Tuesday 20th May 2008 | 02:13 PM

That is awesome.

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Tuesday 20th May 2008 | 04:50 PM

And a killer website to match - all the fonts are glowing ;)

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Tuesday 20th May 2008 | 06:18 PM

It will light the tunnels in the post appocolyptic underground havens.

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Tuesday 20th May 2008 | 07:08 PM

i bet it will be integrated into clothing

then where would "the light dont shine?"

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Nate >.>

Tuesday 20th May 2008 | 07:18 PM response to this comment by Gong. Yeah I can see the 'fashion industry' getting a hold of this pretty quickly. Pretty soon there are gonna be kinds walking around EVERYWHERE with glowing and flashing lights on their clothes :-(

But seriously this looks awesome. I want some :-p

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The Movie Whore

Wednesday 21st May 2008 | 01:41 AM

That would make an kick ass Tron costume. I love it.

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Gina Squitieri

Thursday 22nd May 2008 | 06:08 AM

It's neon LIME GREEN! YAY!

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light source

Monday 13th October 2008 | 05:41 PM

It may last 15 years, but they also only last 15 mins after it gets dark.

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