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Demo of New 'Invisibility Cloak'

A Canadian company called Hyperstealth Biotechnology is developing an inexpensive product that makes objects behind a paper-thin material appear invisible. This so-called invisibility cloak works by bending light, not only in the visible spectrum, but also in the ultraviolet, infrared, and thermal ranges.

Currently applying for patents, Hyperstealth Corp., writes in a press release that the new material "can hide a person, a vehicle, a ship, spacecraft and buildings," and they are working on 13 versions of it. More at Newswire and Futurism.


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