(ORDO NEWS) — In 2019, Hyperstealth Corp developed a transparent material that allows you to hide objects behind it from outside view.
Three years ago, a camouflage company showed Quantum Stealth technology, which made it possible to make a material as light and paper-thin as well as relatively inexpensive to manufacture, requiring no external power source in order to act as an invisibility cover.
The principle of operation of Quantum Stealth is based on Snell’s law and the features of lenticular technology – the material refracts light so that only objects that are very close or very far can be seen.
Thus, placing an object behind Quantum Stealth at a certain distance behind it, it will become invisible. At the same time, the material is able to reflect a wide range of light – from ultraviolet to infrared.
The performance is not affected by the colors of what Quantum Stealth is trying to hide, but the material distorts the background.
Thus, it is clear to observers that something is hidden behind the Quantum Stealth, but no one will be able to see the details of the hidden object.
The developer of the technology was Guy Kramer, who since 2010 has been working with the military on Quantum Stealth.
Currently, the scientist has filed several patent applications to protect his invention. The prospects for the serial use of the material have not yet been reported.
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