Fiber Optic Glowing Thread? Yes Please

By on September 30, 2014


If you have ever wanted to like the future, the time has come. Corning, the company that has also created the Gorilla Glass that protects your phone, has created a glowing, fiber-optic thread-like material that is probably way cooler than Gorilla Glass.

Fibrance glows in any color and is flexible enough to be put into almost anything including electronic cords and jacket trim so you can look like Future Jack, “30 Rock” ref, blamo.

Even better, the pseudo-thread is so thin that when it is activated and glowing , it is is completely invisible effectively allowing you to “Tronify” your outfit as soon as those pesky work hours are over. Currently, you would have to carry around the battery pack as a power source. But worth it.

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