Amazing LED-Lit Glass Flooring For Indoor Facility

Amazing LED-Lit Glass Flooring For Indoor Facility
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Forget everything you know about sports flooring. ASB GlassFloor ($TBA) is here to revolutionize the floor of most indoor sports.

Made from glass, ceramic, and aluminum, the GlassFloor features a colored foil on the bottom that gives it its hue while keeping the tint from wearing off.

But the big deal is the glass’ transparency, which makes it possible to install LED marking lines under the surface that can be turned on and off at will, making it impossibly easy to transition from basketball to volleyball — or nearly any other indoor sport — while keeping the floor clean of unwanted markings.

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Tom Cooper | Elite.

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