an invisibility cloak that uses quantum stealth
 
an invisibility cloak that uses quantum stealth
dec 19, 2012

an invisibility cloak that uses quantum stealth

an invisibility cloak that uses quantum stealth

 

 

based out of maple ridge in canada, a company after the name of hyperstealth claims that it has developed an invisible wearable cloak. using ‘quantum stealth’ technology to provide complete imperceptibility across the visible, infrared, and ultraviolet spectrum by deviating light around objects, the concept bends ‘the entire spectrum of light – it doesn’t use cameras or mirrors or require power’, states guy cramer the CEO of the company.

 

so far, they been able to make an object about the size of an orange completely disappear, while also reducing 95% of a user’s shadow. although the cloak is still under development, and the pictures are rendered in photoshop for security purposes, future developments and technological applications will help push the concept into reality on a larger scale.

 

 

an invisibility cloak that uses quantum stealth

render of the invisibility cloak 

 

 

an invisibility cloak that uses quantum stealth

 

 

an invisibility cloak that uses quantum stealth

 

 

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  • For those who’ve posted that this is photoshopped or not real, this is real and is not faked in any way.

    Dave
  • I did like to state out a fact that if light is to bend around them then they wouldn’t be able to see light also.That means not only would the enemy would be blind, they would be blind to. In my logic it is useless, though i may be wrong. If I am wrong please do rectify my error

    Uchiha
  • It clearly says: in development, rendering is done on photoshop. the strange pictures that are strung together in lines are words. they are unlike pictures but you should be able to sound them out. (lack of caps intentional)

    jmi
  • It clearly said that the photos were photo-shopped in the article so congrats on everybody for being able to read. it was for ” although the cloak is still under development, and the pictures are rendered in photoshop for security purposes, future developments
    and technological applications will help push the concept into reality on a larger scale.” so seriously learn to read and learn to research.

    ted
  • Geil

    bernd
  • It’s amazing how uncritically credulous science reporting has become. Do Designboom, CNN, etc. owe no responsibility to their viewers/readers to vet the garbage they report? If a scammer uses the the word “quantum,” are we required to believe it? We will never hear from these guys again, unless they get prosecuted for fraud.

    Martin
  • Does it matter what they said in the article? This is still ridiculous. ‘Hey I drew a picture of a flying car, I invented flying cars!’

    Circles
  • Guys, really? Did you not read the article. It quiet literally says that for security reasons, the photos are simply mock photoshopped to show what the fabric does. There are reports and military statements saying this is real. I am still slightly skeptical, but I am pretty sure that it is legit

    thankstoyou
  • It clearly says these are photoshopped images, just to show the concept.

    Nathan
  • Umm…you noticed that it SAYS it’s photoshopped for security purposes, right? Also, this isn’t that first of it kind. Even the military has been trying to develop something similar, although it uses cameras.

    Ty
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