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Originally posted by ShadowXIX
There is talk of this tech being used on a personal level so of course this tech would be much easier to apply to something as big as a plane long before it can be used on a humans scale.
Originally posted by DaRAGE
I believe it looks like a well done Paintshop edited pic. Lookat it for a while and you might see what i mean...
A reader inquires: Is the military developing uniforms that would make soldiers invisible?
The perfect cloak of Frodo Baggins is still far off, if not impossible, but DARPA-funded researchers are working on a new kind of camouflage that would fall only a few steps short of elvish magic. According to Philip Moynihan, a NASA engineer who published a paper on the subject in 2000, so-called adaptive camouflage would visually merge soldiers with their surroundings--whether that's an urban backdrop or dense jungle brush. The basic principle is simple: Cameras would capture the scene behind the uniform while embedded displays would reproduce the image on its front.