Who invented black lights?

Answer The black light invented by renowned scientist Dr. William Byler, who studied phosphors. Robert Williams Wood created a special glass used in lieu of the dyed glass developed by Dr. Byler. Howeve... Read More »

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How to Use Black Lights?

The kinds of specialized ultraviolet lights known as "black lights" have a specific set of uses. This kind of ultraviolet light is part of the spectrum that does not present itself to the eye, lead... Read More »

How to Black Out the Lights on My 3000GT?

One popular modification to do to the 3000GT is to black out the headlights or the taillights. This can blend in the lenses to a black paint job or just remove some of the red from the back of the ... Read More »

Black Lights & Apparel?

You don't have to be into Pink Floyd to appreciate the fascinating effects of light-colored clothing under black lights. It may be embarrassing to be caught around a black light showing lint on you... Read More »

Are black lights ultraviolet?

Black light is ultraviolet light with a wavelength of 315 to 400 nanometers, also known as UVA. Unlike UVB and UVC, black light is less harmful to the skin. The human eye cannot detect UV light its... Read More »