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  1. Can we bring stuff we already bought to the soldering party?

  2. where’s your spot? I’d love to come check it out 🙂

  3. Will you be open this weekend at all? Heading up to the Bay Area – would love to purchase in person!

  4. 1433 Mandela Parkway
    Oakland CA

    Next Soldering Party:
    Wednesday August 10th

  5. Will you have a soldering party on Sept 7?

    • Our soldering party events are leading up to Burning Man which is Aug. 29 – Sept. 5th. We have 2 more scheduled!

  6. Benny, this is Josh with the Trojan Horse camp. I am so excited to see this again after seeing it in your showroom. I think I want to talk to you about using this technology to light up one of our cubes located on the top of our 6 story scaffolding structure. We have a 8×8 cube wrapped in 75% shade cloth. Hope to hear from you soon.

    Here’s a photo from last year to show you what Vertical Camp looks like with the normal 25 watt LED bulbs (single color):

    Talk to you soon,

  7. […] If you're crunched for time, Cool Neon has put together the definitive guide on learning how to solder EL wire. You can find it online, here. […]

  8. Are reservations/RSVP necessary to attend said distinguished event?

  9. I just bought some El wire from Al Lasher Electronics…. I had know idea you were right around the corner from me.. I caint wait to come to a party. I have many ideas for this wire…

  10. […] Some of my favorite friends hosted us at the amazing Exploratorium
 Opening Gala, and when we arrived there were Rickshaws to take us from the car to the entrance to the Gala, and some guest rode on the Serpent Twins. […]

  11. […] wrote about Truth is Beauty last week and the Cool Neon lighting she is going to be illuminated by at Burning Man.  So we could only be […]

  12. […] couple of weeks we posted very detailed information about how the East Bay Regional‘s installation First Home, on it’s way to Burning Man, is […]

  13. […] a few weeks ago when we told you about the fabulous Totems that were coming to Burning Man this year, lit up by Cool Neon. We here they are, and yes they are gorgeous.  Thanks to artist, Jason WA Tucker for sending us […]

  14. […] we left for Burning Man this year we told you about the lighting process for the amazing Truth is Beauty by Marco Cochrane and his crew. And yes, she was just as […]

  15. […] Neon was going to be at the Maker Faire, and we hoped to see you there, you can read about that HERE. Well it only gets better. Benny is going to be a presenter at the Maker Faire once […]

  16. […] I used these tutorials here, here, and here. […]

  17. […] have highlighted the Luminescent Grand on our blog before because it is so amazing. As you can see from the photo above, it was a BIG hit […]

  18. […] Cool Neon Electroluminescent Wire and Leather Necklace (with Instructable) […]

  19. […] Cool Neon Electroluminescent Wire and Leather Necklace (with Instructable) […]

  20. […] love collaboration at MakeICT. Earlier this year, Instructables and Cool Neon sent us some supplies and asked us to make something out of […]

  21. […] fabulous costumes. You  can read more about her process and different looks in our prior post HERE. And do you remember this fabulous costume? You can read more about it […]

  22. […] The tornadoes were represented by lime green Cool Neon Electroluminescent Wire wrapped around her legs, and held up (more or less) by elastic bands. The wind was shown two ways: she carried a leaf blower painted black she had blowing when she entered the room; and also she sewed cocktail umbrellas and little cars all over her petticoat, as a lot of her deck umbrellas went flying off during the storm. For some extra drama, she sewed a “dog collar” of flashing colored lights. This took a few weeks of planning, researching, and sewing, but it was worth it: it was the first time she had seen so many of her friends actually speechless! And she won First Prize for Best Costume. The only problem is: How is she going to top this next year? Then we have the talented Mikaela Holmes who makes fabulous costumes. You  can read more about her process and different looks in our prior post HERE. And do you remember this fabulous costume? You can read more about it HERE. […]

  23. […] of course we have our STICKMAN TUTORIAL (Thanks for the diagram, […]

  24. […] consider crafting your own neon getup with electroluminescent (EL) wire. While it may take some learning to design your costume (soldering is required), you could turn out with a truly unique costume that […]

  25. […] lot of press. We especially like the Billboard mention, click HERE to see it, and they even mention Katy Perry’s costume, which was also made right here in our workroom.  E! Online also gave the costumes a shout out and […]

  26. […] Cool Neon Electroluminescent Wire and Leather Necklace (with Instructable) […]

  27. […] A great tutorial about how use Cool Neon Total Control Lighting in a costume! […]