Remember our previous post, talking on recently discovered optical camouflage techniques? Well, here are some combined videos that show this invention even more realistic. For now, there are two techniques I am aware of. First one, where the behind-object image is projected on the surface of the object we want to make “invisible”. This technique requires camera behind the cloak, and projector in front of it. The other techniques is much more complex, and I don’t understand it fully, but it has something to do with bending the light, and the cloak itself is capable of camouflaging it self using some nano-technology. I think it’s imitating what chameleons are doing in nature. There is still much work around these, but in few years, we’ll have fully operational invisible cloak. Mark my words ;) Check out the video below!
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