This glowing Japanese-made cloth is woven from fiber optic lines


Developed by a team of researchers at Meiji University in Japan, the LightCloth is an interactive sheet that is woven from a series of side-diffusing fiber optic lines. This technology could, in theory, allow your clothes and furnishings to be whatever glowing color you want them to be.

We live in a magical age filled with robot maids, flying cars (sorta), and mechanical guard dogs. And now, finally, that list includes color-changing home furnishings, like this fiber optic throw pillow. This is the 21st Century for crying out loud.

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