AN INVISIBILITY shield that can actually make objects disappear before your eyes has been developed by a military camouflage company. The incredible material works by bending light so that objects placed behind it can no longer be seen. HyperStealth Biotechnology Corp said its new technology is like an invisibility cloak. It works by bending light waves around the object behind it, which removes visuals and even the shadow of the object. The general background behind the screen can still be seen. Luckily, the Canada-based tech firm has released a number of photos and videos of the device because it really has to be seen to be believed.One video demonstrates how a snowboarding helmet is easily hidden by the shield. Another shows how a whole human can disappear out of view just by walking behind a large version of the material. It has also been demonstrated to bend different types of light such as near infrared, near ultraviolet and shortwave infrared. The paper-thin material is said to be inexpensive.It doesn’t require a power source, meaning it could be used easily out in the field. HyperStealth claims it can work in any environment and is able to perform well during both night… Read full this story
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