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Tank painted with e-ink to render invisible
posted January 13 2011 19:24.01 by Giorgos Lazaridis

This is a British project that will last some 5 years from now and it will change the iron cavalry as we know it. The trick, is the "electronic ink". The vehicle will have highly sophisticated sensors, which will read the surrounding environment, and the hull will be covered with projected images to render the vehicle invisible. Here is the link from where i found it. When this ink becomes a commercial product, i will paint my car to change the look daily!

[Link: popsci]
Tags: chemistry   warfare   new materials   inventions   research   illusion   

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  • At 13 January 2011, 20:33:49 user herctrap wrote:   [reply @ herctrap]
    • too old

      Q had made it a long time ago with an aston martin

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