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Top-secret military weapon can actually make a person nearly invisible

 
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Top-secret military weapon can actually make a person nearly invisible
A new military weapon could come in the form of camouflage. "Good Morning America" reports a Canadian company has developed camouflage fabric that bends light waves around the person wearing it. Not too surprisingly, the technology is being kept top secret. WRGT reports the technology can even fool night-vision goggles. The camo doesn't need cameras, batteries, lights, or mirror



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Re: Top-secret military weapon can actually make a person nearly invisible
Its not top secret, a Japanese inventor patented it years ago.
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Re: Top-secret military weapon can actually make a person nearly invisible
A new military weapon could come in the form of camouflage. "Good Morning America" reports a Canadian company has developed camouflage fabric that bends light waves around the person wearing it. Not too surprisingly, the technology is being kept top secret. WRGT reports the technology can even fool night-vision goggles. The camo doesn't need cameras, batteries, lights, or mirror



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 Quoting: Anonymous Coward 26978680


Not too surprisingly the technology is being kept top secret?

Wut?

Then why is there a fucking news report on it? Not very secret.
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Re: Top-secret military weapon can actually make a person nearly invisible
Its not top secret, a Japanese inventor patented it years ago.
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If you are talking about the fiber-optic light guide technology he patented, this is not it. This is not based on guiding light around the curvature of the body, but on carbon fiber that receives energy and emits corresponding photons. That is why this one works against night vision goggles and the other does not.
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Re: Top-secret military weapon can actually make a person nearly invisible
And nuclear weapons are an option!
(Just because they think not.!)
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Re: Top-secret military weapon can actually make a person nearly invisible
a fiber optic cloth with tiny fiber optics looking like this> _l_l_l_l_l_l_ <bottom row is solid line of the fiber optics that cross laterally across the cloth..the 'l' fibers sticking up are fiber optics open at both ends to reflect the image coming in through the edge of the material,bringing the edge image view of the fiber optics, upward and outward..just a theory as not to alert any brass.
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Re: Top-secret military weapon can actually make a person nearly invisible
a fiber optic cloth with tiny fiber optics looking like this> _l_l_l_l_l_l_ <bottom row is solid line of the fiber optics that cross laterally across the cloth..the 'l' fibers sticking up are fiber optics open at both ends to reflect the image coming in through the edge of the material,bringing the edge image view of the fiber optics, upward and outward..just a theory as not to alert any brass.
 Quoting: T Ceti H.C.Radnarg 27089841


It does not work against hight vision because there is a shadowing effect due to slightly less light going in a particular direction with the fiber channels in place. The channels are large compared to the photons, so there will be a lot of places the light will not get past. A dimming of just 3 db is detectable.

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