Luminous Striped Fiber Optic Fabric, Suitable for Design, Accessories and Luminous Clothing
Since fiber optics were invented in the 1970s, the idea of luminous fabrics technology is truly workable.
This is thanks to advances in optics and materials science.
Different approaches are being used,And both approaches require batteries, and produce negligible heat despite their luminosity.
Batteries must be removed before washing. The luminous fabric must be hand-washed, and, while relatively flexible,
will break if folded directly in half.
This Luminous Fabric is very slight and mild, it has the characteristic to be striped.
5: No risk of electrical shock: all wearable items are powered by low voltage batteries (3.7V/3V).
No heat, no Radiation, light weight.
6: Aesthetic, Morbidezza, Gorgeous, Not Dazzling
7: Light color can be changed automatically by different flashing modes, and light can stay at single color by customer's choice.
8. Intelligent: remote control, mobile app light control and sound-sensitive that has light dancing with music effect.
9. Widely Applications: can be used in many fields.
The glowing fabrics has the light only from stripes, it's very suitable for Runner, Tablecloth and Pillows,
but it can be used also for luminous clothing and luminous curtains.
It can be powered by Lithium Battery or AC PLUG.
The Fiber Optic Clothing Daniela has 4 colour of fabric and 7 colour of led.
The RGB Led is also available with all the Colours and two effect for light up your special Cinderella Glow Luminous Dress.
The luminous fabric uses low-voltage (3-5 V) batteries to provide a pleasant glow in any color.
Specific designs can produce varying intensities, allowing patterns or pictures to be embedded in the fabric.
Plastic fabric is a good example of a product that is just starting out, and observing its adoption will be an interesting case study
in product economics and sociology.
Luminous fabric is interesting because while it has recently become available,
it is up for the customers to come up with creative uses for it, which could in turn determine how popular it ultimately becomes.
A few ideas: luminous pillows, table placements, bedspreads, draperies, paintings, etc.
It could also be useful for night clubs, temporary street signs, parties, Halloween decorations, and many more uses.
Work is underway to embed sensors within the luminous fabric which would allow it to respond to environmental cues such as temperature,
moisture, or wind.
A room covered with temperature-sensitive fabric could be an amazing sight.
A blouse that responds to the vibrations produced by the heart would truly be a unique class of clothing and a novel form of human expression.
The potential for this fabric is obviously quite large, and it seems likely we'll see it pop up in homes, restaurants, and clubs in the years to come.