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Transparency Cloak an Invisibile Cloak with Projection Tech by Japanese Scientist


An Invisibile cloak? it seems that the invisibility cloak on harry potter stories will come true. a japanese scientist make a cool amazing invention by making a transparent cloak with the projection technology, Dr. Susumu Tachi with his projection tech research has made a wearable gadget that he calls as the “transparency cloak”.



The professor at Keio University and University of Toyko has devised a retro reflective projection technology, which uses a sensitive micro-camera and a fabric made of tiny light reflective beads. In demonstrations, a hooded cloak is used and the camera captures the scene behind a wearer. A computer does the “science part” and the scene is projected onto the fabric which from an angle becomes camouflaged in its environment – making the wearer virtually invisible. Lines and folds in the material can still be seen and the image isn’t crystal clear, as viewed by the naked eye, but it’s still the closest the world has got to a true invisibility cloak!

Dr Tachi intends to use the technology to eliminate blind spots in cars and plane cockpits, the sensitive cameras would be affixed to the exterior of the vehicle and the cloaking gear would display what the camera sees increasing the wide field of vision and allowing a driver or pilot to see what was previously un-seeable.

You can watch about how the Transparency Cloak Works



Transparency Cloak an Invisibile Cloak with Projection Tech by Dr. Susumu Tachi is truly an amazing stuff that will exist in the near future.

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