This is the "luminous blue cycling strip" near Lidzbark Warminski in northern Poland. It absorbs the sun during the day, then glows at night up to ten hours. It's similar to the Starry Night bike lane in the Netherlands, but that one uses solar energy to power LEDs, this one doesn't. It's more similar to the Starpath spray-on glow in the dark lighting system we featured before. Wow, I'm so glad so many people are working on glow in the dark products. I love glow in the dark products. But do you know what my favorite things that glow in the dark are? A lady's nipples. "Nipples don't glow in the dark." Dammit, I knew that little shit on the school bus was lying.
Keep going for a couple more examples.
Thanks to Brenna, who convinced me eating glow in the dark products helps improve your night vision and I just ate a whole pack of ceiling stars.