xGLO radioluminescence implant
The implantable xGLO is a special bioglass encased ampoule that exhibits tritium radioluminescence. The ampoule inside contains gaseous tritium, a radioactive isotope of hydrogen, that emits electrons through beta decay. When those electrons interact with a phosphor material, its energy is converted to visible light. The special bioglass casing around this ampoule blocks beta particles that have missed the phosphor coating, while allowing visible light to pass.
- 3mm x 13mm bioglass encased tritium phosphor light emitter
- xGLO is preloaded into injection assembly
- Clinically sterilized in EO gas process
- Softly glow for the next few decades
WARNING This device is definitely a dangerous thing. This device has not been tested or certified by any regulatory agency for implantation or use inside the human body. Use of this device is strictly at your own risk.
Anyone considering this should read this specific post about safety in a forum thread about “glowing implants”.