Invisibility Cloak?

Posted: March 5, 2008 in Invisibility
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Not quite, but here is a cool technique used to simulate invisibility called optical camouflage. This method developed at the University of Tokyo, projects the background image onto a masked object, akin to a movie showing on a screen.


From University of Tokyo – click to view video

How Invisibility Cloaks Work – An excellent explanation of optical camouflage by William Harris at How Stuff Works.

Adaptive Fabrics

New inter-connection technologies using conductive fabrics allow sensors and processing devices to be networked together. This technology can produce fabrics that change color. The military is also interested in this chameleon-like technology to improve camouflage techniques.

Visit these web sites for more info:
Electric Plaid
Color changing fabric

Interconnection technology

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