Make a bubble solution out of highlighter markers that'll let you blow bubbles that glow under blacklight.
You may remember string art from your elementary school days. If so, it probably makes you think of the 2D geometrical designs that took every ounce of patience you had as a kid. Or those laborious curve stitch drawings, which string art was actually birthed from. But thanks t ...more
Want a tattoo that's daytime work-safe (invisible), but nighttime party-friendly (UV blacklight)? At first sight it may be hard to believe these tattoos are real, but in fact, they are. UV light tattoos are the perfect way to hide it from mom. The tattoos can be completely in ...more
Tonic water, seltzer water, club soda, and mineral water: these 4 types of "bubbly water" are often, erroneously, used interchangeably. But the truth is that each possesses unique qualities and uses that set them apart from each other. Most experts can tell types of bubbly wat ...more
Learn how to make water glow with a blacklight and a hi-lighter with this easy experiment.
Learn how to make your own slime with ingredients you can find around the house. It can even glow under a blacklight! Parts Needed: Liquid Starch (or Borax) Non-toxic glue Fluorescent Marker (or food coloring) Bowl Gloves Video: . Have fun with your slime.
This is an easy trick you can use to catch anyone that is getting into your room. Plus it looks cool! Use a blacklight and a high lighter.
Halloween is this weekend, so if you're looking for a last-minute big batch cocktail that will keep your guests properly hydrated—and might turn them into mutants—look no further! (Note: This will not actually hydrate anyone, just so we're clear. Priorities, people!) Meet Zom ...more
Check out this instructional video that shows how to set up a prop static ghost for Halloween. Most haunters make flying crank ghosts out of RIT bleached gauze, a pulley system and motor. This is a static variation on that idea using a K-mart ghost and a blacklight bolt to ad ...more
Casual Profanity's Fluid Dress 2.0 pumps gallons of blacklight-reactive fluid through 600 feet of knitted tubing. Set to the tune of “Cherry” by Ratatat, but perhaps more fitting for Lady Gaga. Except Robyn went there first (scroll down, 13 seconds in).
We've all played with bubbles as kids, but I think most would agree that they're not exactly the most functional of objects. An international team of researchers made up of Yoichi Ochiai, Alexis Oyama and Keisuke Toyoshima wants to change that. They've figured out how to proje ...more