An LED illuminated belt for safety. Be seen, look like Tron.

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Ryan HooverPro@rrhoover · Founder, Product Hunt
These look cool:
Josh Muccio@joshmuccio · Host of The Pitch
Alexander Kesselaar@alexkess · Sydney - Photographer / Videographer
Oh awesome. These would be great for Lightpainting...
Will Imholte@willimholte · Designer, Prime
Cool neon: http://www.coolneon.com sells a variety of parts to make stuff like this, it's super easy to work with and really fun—but anything that requires a soldering iron is obviously too complicated to be a consumer product. I'm excited to see a product using this type of tech (maybe the same thing?) that looks sweet and is actually useful.
Vincent Pilot NgMaker@vincentpilotng · CEO - Bomber & Company
@willimholte Great share. Cool neons got some really fun things to offer and amazing diy products! The Halo Belt utilizes fiber optics rather than electroluminscent tape or wire. Using fiber optics allows the Halo Belt to be incredibly durable, flexible, and also does not need an external battery converter, which makes it extremely lightweight (roughly about 4 ounces including the entire belt). All it needs is an LED that shines through the fiber optic and a tiny lithium battery to power it.
Will Imholte@willimholte · Designer, Prime
@vincentpilotng Oh that's super obvious now—and makes sense for that use. Very very cool.
Vincent Pilot NgMaker@vincentpilotng · CEO - Bomber & Company
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