The coating is applied in three layers, with a middle aggregate stage that absorbs UV energy during the day, which is then released as a blue glow when it’s dark. It’s kind of like a high-tech version of those glow in the dark stickers you put on the walls of your room when you were a kid.
Manufacturer Pro-Teq Surfacing sees Starpath as a way for municipalities to save money, by replacing costly electric pathway lighting with the low-maintenance coating. Installing the surface takes only a few hours, leaving a durable coating that’s slip and rain resistant.
Found on: Geekologie