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  1. #1

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    Heat Reactive paint

    Hey guys,

    I was on reddit and saw this paint. It goes from the solid color to clear with changes in heat! The videos show it being done with water to rapidly change it, but it'll react similarly by reacting to body heat.

    It's pretty cheap so I'm going to give it a shot.

    Heat Reactive Paint

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    Cool stuff.
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    Now everyone can see EXACTLY how much you sweat on stage!


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    Alsa corp has had similar products for years now. Check em out. Some cool stuff on there
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    That is so fucking badass and I want it on everything.

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    Now if they could make a black that turns into gunmetal grey...
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    The music video for "Here I Go Again" clearly needs to refilmed with a car featuring this technology.


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    Quote Originally Posted by brian View Post
    It's pretty cheap so I'm going to give it a shot.
    Saw this on Reddit as well, and my first thought was "that'd be cool as hell on a guitar".

    Brian > *

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