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Invisibility Cloak

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 Invisibility Cloak2003-02-06 17:45
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It seems to be just a demo, but apparently Japanese scientists are working on ways of making camouflaged objects transparent. The principle is basically to record video images behind someone or something, and then projecting it or displaying it in front. Just like the U.S. military is planning to invent NanoPaint that can cover vehicles and make them invisible.

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