Submitted by SJIND 1035d ago | article

The camouflage fabric, that can make soldiers Invisible

Dailymail: The U.S. military is backing the development of camouflage fabrics that could one day make their soldiers completely invisible, it has been claimed.
The so-called 'Quantum Stealth' camouflage material is said to render its wearers completely invisible by bending light waves around them. (Hi-tech)

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ReconHope  +   1035d ago
If our enemies get this technology than that's a scary thought.

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