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Material makes items invisible to the touch

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An amazing new nano-material is able to render any object hidden beneath it undetectable to touch.

Even the thinnest layer of this remarkable polymer seems to be effective at stopping someone from being able to feel what's there either with their fingers or with a force measuring device.

Read More: http://www.unexplain...le-to-the-touch

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CuriousRey

I sense a new Trojan product hitting the market in a while.

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JGirl

i think this is a very cool albeit slightly creepy idea

i can imagine its usefullness in many applications

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maximusnow

Booby Killer!

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questionmark

hmmm... did not know that we see with the touch... but interesting stuff.

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JGirl

hmmm... did not know that we see with the touch... but interesting stuff.

yes i guess they should have said imperceptible instead of invisible lol

good call

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Sean93

This would be great for doing dishes. No disgusting squishy bits of food feeling on your fingers.

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Sundew

Cue Invisible Touch by Phil Collins.

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shrooma

i've found (sadly) that beer, mixed with poor disco lighting has the same effect....

*sob*

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Taun

A cardboard box will accomplish the same basic thing for a heck of a lot less...

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JGirl

i've found (sadly) that beer, mixed with poor disco lighting has the same effect....

*sob*

best post award right here
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Didya See That

I read the article, not sure how I should FEEL about this discovery. :unsure2:

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ROGER

Hiding object's from blind people ? Seem's a bit cruel !

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shrooma

Hiding object's from blind people ? Seem's a bit cruel !

.

unless it's superglue Roger...!

:-)

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jawjalou

Invisible to the touch? That doesnt make any sense. LOL.

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The Wings of an Angel

Wait... How it is "invisible to the touch?" What the heck?

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Shiloh17

So in other words, I could drape this over a piano and couldn't feel the piano.

J/K

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Paranomaly

I touched something invisible and it left a clear mark on my hand. ; )

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paperdyer

i think this is a very cool albeit slightly creepy idea

i can imagine its usefullness in many applications

Yeah, like hiding objects to elude a pat-down search.

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Rei4ever

Lol this material plus the Vantablack material equals the best sfx for a Ghost movie hahaha :D

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