How To Make A DIY Glow-in-the-dark Mobile Using A Hot Glue Gun
At some point in almost everyone's childhood we've been obsessed with things that glow in the dark. While the study of phosphorescent materials led to the discovery of radiation in 1896, it is important to keep in mind that light itself is a form of radiation. Typically most of these materials, like glow-in-the-dark toys or stickers, operate on different principals of delayed re-emission of energy. While some materials like a mirror can't absorb light, glow in the dark stickers do and re-emit the light slowly over a period of time. The video you are about to see shows a fun craft you can make at home using glow-in-the-dark glue sticks. It's fairly easy to do and can be a fun activity to do with kids of all ages.