In the dark

In the dark, the lights are barely visible-- they twinkle.


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  • Incognita Nom de Plume 8y

    huge kudos! Your projects are awesome! Great website too.
  • Windell Oskay 8y

  • Oceaneer99 8y

    Very cool! Can you imagine a patio with these lights in the surface?
  • Windell Oskay 8y

    Like an outdoor disco floor? =P

    Actually, a little bit of gentle twinkling wouldn't be such a bad thing. It might get expensive if you put in LEDs at this density, but you could probably get away with spacing them further apart.
  • Oceaneer99 8y

    You mean Roman Dance Pavers? I saw Luxeon or one of the other LED manufacturers had an article about a designer who had embedded their LEDs in acrylic and made stars and moons in a driveway. Maybe some combination of LEDs plus optical fibers could get you a good density, though probably with a fairly dim intensity. You'd probably have to grind the surface to get all the fibers and LEDs exposed properly.
  • Windell Oskay 8y

    Well, those Luxeons get bright enough to use as room lighting, so it might actually be pretty impressive. It still sounds like a pretty expensive project, but it might be interesting anyway.
  • Oceaneer99 8y

    I agree that could get costly. My current projects use blue LEDs I picked up on sale at Christmas time, one of those Philips blue LED light sets. I replaced one of the rear seat map light bulbs in my car with three blue LEDs wired in series (with a resistor also to limit the current). Someone kept leaving their light on back there. The LED lamp draws less current and gives me more time to figure out the light was left on.
  • jocelyne valladares 8y

    genial esta muy bueno el diseño...saludos
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