Newspaper article China Post

TTRI Unveils New Glow-in-the-Dark Textile Technology after Years' Research

Newspaper article China Post

TTRI Unveils New Glow-in-the-Dark Textile Technology after Years' Research

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TAIPEI, Taiwan -- Lumi Long glow-in-the-dark fiber had been released to the public this week, after seven years of research, as the latest featured technology by the Taiwan Textile Research Institute (TTRI, [...]).

President of TTRI Bai Chi-chung ([...]) said the fiber was named "Lumi Long" because it could glow for long periods of time. Its main fluorescent material is enveloped in thin fibers, and it is safe for human skin, stressed Bai.

The fiber can be applied to clothing, accessories, hats, scarves, underwear, socks, and sandals.

"Ever since the beginning of time, people have been afraid of darkness. This made the appearance of light particularly moving and surprising," stated product descriptions. …

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