Engineers introduce design that mimics nature's camouflage

It can shift from red to green to violet. It can mimic patterns and designs. And it can do all of this in a flash—literally.

The same qualities that define the cuttlefish—a sea dweller that uses its powers of dynamic camouflage to survive and communicate—also apply to a new engineering feat that behaves much like nature's master of disguise.

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