Electroluminescent Light

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Tho illegal-at least I think- one could do some fancy-ass designs using Electroluminescent Light.

Sure make the CT a night time show in areas, deserts, the bush....
 

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Or maybe paint your CT in patterns of the Australian outback using glow in the dark paint. As it starts to wear off you can repaint in a different design.

Would make for interesting evenings out in the desert.
 

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Or maybe paint your CT in patterns of the Australian outback using glow in the dark paint. As it starts to wear off you can repaint in a different design.

Would make for interesting evenings out in the desert.
If you mix Americum in with the phosphorescent paint it glows all the time. Like those old watch hands.
 

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In California, there's a maximum luminescence per area. So it's totally legal to have an EL or LED wrap here ^-^

EL panels are pretty low power, but they're also 100v so tend to leak alot...

-Crissa
 

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