Shanghai, China--An innovative high-tech luminous fabric produced by GDH in Taiwan has become a highlight at the Expo 2010 Shanghai, China.
The flying dancers shines in the new-fabric-made-glowing-costumes in the show “Windows of City”. This 30 minute theme show portrays urban living in Shanghai, using a combination of dance and music, were designed to present an image of a wonderland.
It marks the first time that the fabric, which consists of fiber optics or LEDs embedded in the thread or the fabric, has appeared at a World Expo, a representative of the manufacturer said. GDH Fiber Fabric is a creation of successful integration of optical fiber technology with textile industry.
GDH Fiber Fabric possesses the characters of luminous , light , soft , colorful and low power consumption , it could be widely applied to apparel , sports goods , camping products , pet goods , furniture and advertising industries .
It looks like normal fabric in daylight but its appearance will vary with different color of illuminant fixed on it in nighttime or dark place, one product could present two different faces, for sure the added value will be enhanced.
Anthony Peng, vice president of the fabric's producer GDH Co., said his company is one of only three in the world to supply dance costumes using the luminescent material. The other two are in Japan and Italy.
GDH Co., LTD. is a leader in making illuminating fabric. The Company is founded in 2005 and a subsidiary of the TECO Group. TECO is one of the world-class conglomerates in Taiwan with worldwide business and operations across many industries and in more than 18 countries. Inheriting TECO’s innovation core value, GDH successfully incorporates the latest textile technology to transform the Plastic Optical Fiber (POF) used in the telecommunications into consumer product applications. Currently, the Company’s products cover a wide spectrum of applications such as safety and warning signs, gifts, interior decorations, lighting decorations, fashion apparels, recreation accessories, and advertisement boards, etc.