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Starpath: An ecological alternative to lampposts in the town

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Have you ever dreamed of walking among the stars? Well, thanks to this innovative spray you can transform the walking tracks into an illuminated paths. We present to you this ecological innovation that in future can replace our electric streetlights.

The company Pro-Teq has developed a spray called Starpath that once sprayed on a track, creates a luminous path that looks absolutely stunning like a Milky Way. This innovative product is water resistant. In addition to that, it is an ecological alternative to replace electric poles in cities and thus guide the pedestrians along the path in night.

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Currently, the spray is being tested in England. It covers nearly 140 meters walking track of Christ’s Pieces park in Cambridge . It only took four hours to spray the polyrythéane based coat on the soil, followed by a layer of material which absorbs and stores energy of the UV rays, finally a polyaspartic layer was placed on the soil. All this only took a half hour to dry.

The creator of this wonderful innovation explains: “Starpath  adjusts itself to light: when it is night, the path will illuminate. On the contrary, if there is light, spray will not produce light but instead absorb the sun’s UV rays for the “re-use” later. “

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We are amazed by this project. It was really like walking on a starry path and illuminated with thousands of lights. Are you impressed by this project which is a combination of ecology and aesthetics?

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