Space is awesome. But what's more awesome is NASA chose to take a whole new approach to space suit design. Yup, you guessed it, NASA's going clubbin'! Well, not really, but we're happy to announce NASA has decided to use Electroluminescent materials into the design of their space suits! These conceptual images show NASA's intent and you have just under 30 days to vote for your favorites.
X-laser, a purveyor of fine Club and DJ Laser products announced today that it will be upgrading and replacing certain laser products. This upgrade is part of a continued effort to help make the X-laser name a continued favorite among Club retailers, and users. See below to see if you qualify for the program.
March 20, 2014
Ellumiglow.com (JB Online, LLC), the leading resource for Electroluminescence products, has recently teamed with Lumiflex Corporation to create a new safety cable that can be seen at night. Using a new type of patented EL technology, its core is determined only by imagination.
If you're reading this article, there's a good chance you've already purchased your ELastoLite® products and looking to incorporate it into something awesome. Take a moment to read this guide, so it will enhance your chances for success, and lower your stress level. Before we begin, make sure you have enough Straight (or T) Connectors, as well as Circuit Tape and Connector Patches.
First things first, there are a number of technologies that you can use, but deciding which way you want to go will save you some trouble down the road. We believe there are 4 main types of lighting options when dealing with costuming. LED's are great, but they have an inconsistent light, and it's overbearing and bright when used without any type of diffusion.
If you've ever wondered how to connect Parallel EL Tape, then read on! The process itself is not terribly complicated, but if you've never worked with it before, it can be a bit confusing. Electroluminescent Tape or material does not necessarily have a set + and - like other electrical connections, just as long as they aren't touching and connected properly, you should have no problems.