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White glowing breasts bra

You have seen flashlight fingers. Line a bra with LEDs of shiftable colors so that it can produce a white glowing effect through flesh. Now the breats light up with white light. Popular at clubs
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Imagine a beautiful woman at a dance club, basically she's dressed in a bra. Her breasts glow white, attracting attention. Attention is drawn; much appreciation ensues.

How it works: You have seen flashlight fingers. I think color shifting LEDs could combination, likely rich in blue and green, that make tissue glow white. Line the bra with those LEDS, or just use color shifting LEDs for a customized user- preference effect

beanangel, Dec 11 2017

Transillumination Of The Breast (PDF) https://www.ncbi.nl...nsurg00656-0247.pdf
Since 1929. [nineteenthly, Dec 12 2017]

Electric six http://russtifer.tu...danger-high-voltage
Flashy [bhumphrys, Dec 12 2017]

Rutherford and Fry on static electricity http://www.bbc.co.uk/programmes/b093yd8l
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       This seems technically possible, but why ?   

       Would women actually wear such garments ?
8th of 7, Dec 11 2017
  

       How did I know it was you ?
normzone, Dec 11 2017
  

       //How did I know it was you ?// <pedant> Sometimes, on the Halfbakery, the author's name is shown next to, or below the idea </pedant>
hippo, Dec 11 2017
  

       //Would women actually wear such garments? //   

       It's usually dark in nightclubs. Need to have Breastlights to see where you're going.   

       Bedlights?
Ling, Dec 12 2017
  

       By the way, how did you get the envelope?
Ling, Dec 12 2017
  

       // It's usually dark in nightclubs. //   

       That is only a partial explanation. However, since we do not patronize such establishments, the information is useful.   

       Anecdotal evidence suggest that nightclubs are very noisy, crowded, hot, badly lit, poorly ventilated, prone to fires, and retail poor-quality beer substitute in small meaures at extortionate prices.Therefore, the reason for their existance, or why humans go there, is not apparent.
8th of 7, Dec 12 2017
  

       My memory of shining a torch through my hand is that you don't get much light through the thicker bits like the palm, just the edges - maybe even for the fingers. Also the red propagates the most. I think you'd need to utilise both effects - use high intensity red light, and not require too thick a barrier to get a decent brightness.   

       //Therefore, the reason for their existance, or why humans go there, is not apparent...//   

       I thought you'd like them. Very few cats.
Loris, Dec 12 2017
  

       This could be used to detect breast cancer so [+], but I think it would always have a reddish tinge.
nineteenthly, Dec 12 2017
  

       There’s a scene in The Naked Gun 2.5 in which Leslie is accosted by a woman wearing something like this. Of course he maintains a professional decorum.
RayfordSteele, Dec 12 2017
  

       Surely the solution to the problem is to have wirelessly-charged LED breast implants? I mean, if you're going to have a bag of saline implanted in your body, it may as well be functional.
MaxwellBuchanan, Dec 12 2017
  

       Have one breast positively charged and the other negatively charged. The arcing between them could be an interesting turn-on, and the more cleavage, the higher the voltage. This seems to have a lot of potential...
RayfordSteele, Dec 12 2017
  

       <bit of a tangent> I learnt yesterday that flying insects are positively charged and pollen-filled flowers are negatively charged - this allows insects to detect an attraction to pollen-filled flowers, and also to know when a flower has recently been visited by another insect (who will have dissipated some of the charge) </bit of a tangent>
hippo, Dec 13 2017
  

       That’s very interesting. Can you cite a source, please?
Ian Tindale, Dec 13 2017
  

       //This seems to have a lot of potential...//   

       Strictly speaking, the higher the capacitance, the lower the voltage. But yes, farads would seem an appropriate unit for cleavage.
bigsleep, Dec 13 2017
  

       [-] science, lack of : blue-green through a red-pass substance does not make "white" and, unless the target audience is the undead, occlusion by veins/arteries is going to mar the aesthete.   

       Further study is recommended though : patent pending adding to an implant a jiggle-rechargeable LED light source.
FlyingToaster, Dec 14 2017
  

       [Ian T] It was a throwaway fact somewhere in the linked podcast. The other interesting thing was that spiderwebs are also negatively charged, so there is a mutual attraction between spiderwebs and flying insects.
hippo, Dec 14 2017
  

       Cobwebs and flowers repel?
Ian Tindale, Dec 15 2017
  

       Nah. I find that the more flowers I have, generally the more bugs I have, and the more spiders. If I were to live in the desert, or underwater, there'd probably be fewer.
RayfordSteele, Dec 15 2017
  

       [flyingtoaster] I adjusted the wording to "likely rich in blue and green, wit some red to make tissue glow white." I just figured some red with lots of blue and green would be obvious.
beanangel, Dec 15 2017
  
      
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