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Source:  Futurism

Canada’s Hyperstealth Biotechnology already manufactures camouflage military uniforms for countries around the world.

Now the company has patented a new Quantum Stealth material that disguises a military’s soldiers — and even its tanks, aircraft, and ships — by making anything behind it seem invisible.

Earlier this month, Hyperstealth filed a patent for the material, which doesn’t require a power source and is both paper-thin and inexpensive — all traits that could make it appealing for use on the battlefield.

According to the company, the technology works by bending the light around a target to make it seemingly disappear.  This light can be in the visible spectrum, or it can be ultraviolet, infrared, or shortwave infrared light, turning the material into a “broadband invisibility cloak.”

Read the story at Futurism.


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