LED-FLEX

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JKolton

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EXCEPT YOU CAN TIE IT IN KNOTS.

Saw this stuff on Gizmodo.com thismorning, and I thought all you tallented guys here might be able to find some creative uses for it. *cough*TRON*cough* :)
Kind of like the love child of EL wire and LEDs.
Here's the link to their site:

http://www.mulelighting.com/ledflex/
 

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mtsbspidey

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"LIGHTSABERS."

that's what i thought when i saw it too..."impervious to shock and vibration" according to the website...i'm thinking very bright sabers you can really go at it with...very fun...skott
 

linkproductions

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Originally posted by mtsbspidey@Mar 21 2006, 09:37 AM
"LIGHTSABERS."

that's what i thought when i saw it too..."impervious to shock and vibration" according to the website...i'm thinking very bright sabers you can really go at it with...very fun...skott
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but they dont make portable inverters for the led flex, they just have the big inverters that are 2 feet long
 

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linkproductions

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Originally posted by GeneralMayhem@Mar 21 2006, 11:30 PM
If they're just L.E.D.s, why do they need an inverter?  Wouldn't a simple regulated power supply work?
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read the whole thing
 

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