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Lite-Brite is an electric toy introduced in 1967 by Hasbro that allows lighted pictures to be created.

Lite-Brite allows the artist to create a "glowing" picture. The picture is created by placement of multi-colored translucent plastic pegs through opaque black paper. The light from an illuminated light bulb is blocked by the black paper except where the pegs conduct the light through. When lit, the pegs have an appearance similar to that of LEDs. Most Lite-Brite toys come with a series of pre-prepared patterns. Classic patterns include the "Wizard of Light" (a picture of a wizard with the "Lite-Brite" name above), and the clown.

Wikipedia contributors. Lite-Brite. Wikipedia, The Free Encyclopedia. November 17, 2008, 23:24 UTC. Available at: http://en.wikipedia.org/w/index.php?title=Lite-Brite&oldid=252463391. Accessed November 24, 2008.


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