Lasers are undeniably awesome: whether they're shooting out of cats on YouTube, or even stupid stuff like fixing vision or pointing to figure 2A in meetings. Well move over cats, 'cause here comes Lazer Shirts.
From a Denver-based accountant/ graphic designer team who admired the glow-written tees worn by ravers (presumably not done by the accountant), Lazer Shirts are customizable, blank canvas tees that light up anywhere from "30 seconds to 20 minutes" when "written" on with a UV light. The Boulder-made conversation-starters are coated in a specially designed phosphorescent material that, when “heated up or charged” by a specific kind of light -- namely, the kind that comes out of the complimentary mini LED/ UV pointer they provide -- produces a “defined” glow, aka what you sport after having sex with a dictionary. Hit up their brand-new Kickstarter project now, and you can also cop eight $20 limited-edition, pre-drawn tees that'll be discontinued once the project is funded, and are light-scribbled with everything from an ultra-trippy 3D cube, to a glowing thunderstorm, which again, is so cheap that you'll still have enough cash left to make it rain.
If you think Lazer Shirts are going to be the next big thing, you're very, very wise, and can drop $500 to get 40 shirts/lasers to resell, which is actually a great money-making idea that no one else should have, so, can you just look right up here for a second?