Researchers created a new invisibility cloak, which will make objects more difficult to detect.
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Researchers at the University of Rochester inspired perhaps by Harry Potter’s invisibility cloak, developed several ways—some simple and some involving new technologies—to hide objects from
Quantum Stealth created a new material that camouflage soldiers, tanks, aircraft, by making anything behind it seem invisible.
An invisible wearable cloak designed by Hyperstealth based in Canada, provides complete imperceptibility, without using cameras or mirrors or need any power!
Researchers create an ‘invisibility cloak,’ using synthetic material inspired by insects.
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The tank of the future… Designed by Poland’s Obrum, the PL-01 concept, eliminates radar and infrared signature, in a compact arrangement.
An incredible method, a chemical been found by researchers, disabling the part of mosquitoes’ brain that smells humans!