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The light-leather with reflective effect

Anything's for Oktoberfest for tightening. A pair of pants with reflective tape that lights is new.

Even more costume Kitsch? Is because of the Oktoberfest fan in the air as the power tower?

I, the BILD reporter was a night with the light-Leather go test reaction of visitors.


Nobody complains. People are looking, do not believe it. Then give thumbs up. The colleague is filming for the Internet. Reactions: "Cool", "mei scheeeee" and "soon shine all."

The most common question on the Wiesn: "Where can I get the pants?" Knappe Answer: Not at all. The pants are custom made by the luminaire manufacturer Osram.


The company has namely very serious goals with LED strips on clothing. Stefan Hofmann (37), who has developed the clothes stripes of light: "We want to establish proactive safety clothing."

You can trace the contours of the body in dark on jackets. That might help construction workers, cyclists or joggers.

The technique of fluorescent leather pants is simple: A small control chip, a battery and two LEDs on the back. The bars on the legs are two "optical waveguide". They reflect the light of the diodes.


The Pointe: Hofmann has installed a microphone. If it's loud, the light comes on when it's quiet, out. In other words: The pants flashes in rhythm with the music.

Let’s go on we can do it better. Hofmann: "Instead of a microphone, I could also use a motion sensor. From a reflective jacket with brake lights for cyclists will. "

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