A rope of bright laserbeam,
that bends and stretches,
as far as your imagination goes.
Curved & controlled laserbeam
At the end of the tunnel, woven into a floor or wall, hidden in the ceiling: a light glows there. It is a light of unparalleled intensity, but not blinding to the eyes – like the moon on a clear, crisp night. It is conducted through a whisper-thin cable that you can’t even see. But the light itself – it holds your gaze like a magnet. You are seduced by it.
Light years ahead
The light not only has the intensity of a laser, it is a laser. But this laser is captured inside optical fiber, allowing you to use it however you like. Bending and stretching, it opens new worlds, for any application imaginable. Viberlight helps you discover those possibilities. Light years ahead.
The unique characteristics
a single strand of ultra-strong optical fiber
can be bent, twisted and knotted 360 degrees
ultrathin and light material
no fragile bulb or electronic components in the cable
Follow the light
Viberlight not only delivers bespoke technology, we also offer advice on optimum solutions in technical, creative and aesthetic regard. Corning® Fibrance Light-Diffusing Fiber, as the product is officially known, represents a new generation in lighting technology. We are helping to realise its unrivalled potential by offering total solutions for professionals in the fields of architecture, entertainment and design, including industrial design. This optical fiber has been tested and approved for conquering the world. Now it’s down to the market to take action.
Even light, with no energy loss
We’re all familiar with optical fiber as an effective, stable conductor for sending digital data from point A to point B. With Fibrance, the glass core of the fiber is wrapped in a sheath that has been processed using nanotechnology. It conducts the light outward in an even, diffuse manner, along the entire length of the fiber. And it does it with no energy loss whatsoever: the light is exactly the same at every point. The intense, clear illumination remains perfectly intact.