Turning on a 100,000 Lumen Light in the World's Brightest Room To See What Happens

Make sure you put on your sunglasses because things are about to get lit.

In the continuation of a previous video where he painted an entire room with the world's blackest paint, Musou Black, The Action Lab shows what it looks like inside a room when you paint it with the world's brightest paint, rightfully called, LIT.

He finds the brightest glow-in-the-dark material he can find and states that it almost becomes its own flashlight when charged up with light. The cool thing is that you can charge it with heat as well, meaning that in a slightly warmer room, the walls will always be glowing slightly. This provides the cool visuals in the video. 

After buying the paint and painting the entire room, he turns on a 100,000-lumen flashlight to see how bright the room glows. If you're curious to see the results, make sure you put on your sunglasses for this one because things are about to get lit.

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