TechRadar.com brightens our day with the story of a Dutch designer who has created illuminated wallpaper.
Delving deeper, Samson revealed that the wallpaper is constructed by “sandwiching” a number of layers together that combine to produce light:
“The back layer is a silver-based solution that conducts electricity, while the layer above this contains phosphorous pigments that light up. On top of this is a flexible, transparent ITO conductor layer, with regular wallpaper placed on top to act as the final, outwardly visual layer,” he explained.
The result, when it’s switched on, is a visually stunning wall-of-light that can be turned off and on, just like a regular light.
He expects the starting price to be $6,000 Euro.