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Luminescent trees could replace street lights

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A Dutch designer has been creating glow-in-the-dark technological innovations.

| May 1, 2014

Dutch artist and designer Daan Roosegaarde has quickly become the king of glow-in-the-dark technological innovations. Last year he made headlines with a photo-luminescent powder that can be painted on pavement. Bye-bye, street lamps—hello, rave-worthy glowing road.

How could Roosegaarde possibly top that? With an idea to replace street lamps with glow-in-the-dark trees, of course.

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