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invisibility?

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A Japanese scientist has developed a coat which appears to make the wearer invisible. The illusion was part of a demonstration of optical camouflage technology at Tokyo University.

It is the brainchild of Professor Susumu Tachi who is in the early stage of research he hopes will eventually make camouflaged objects virtually transparent.

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Took the liberty of moving this to the news section for you, it now shows up on the main page. Had to edit out your comment though, it caused a strange format glitch when it posted to the main page, sorry. You were right, it is a cool story. smile.gif

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np, thanks for moving it smile.gif

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Nice find Schwartz,

That was pretty cool cool.gif

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I need one of those coats, it'll get me out of having to face the idiots in my Explorations in Technology class...High School sux

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Amazing idea!

(bet they got it from Harry Potter) laugh.gif

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i heard about somthing like this quite a while ago... i think that it had something to do with optic fibre technology. the light rays go through the fibre instead of reflecting..........i think dry.gif

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