Hyperstealth's Quantum Stealth (Invisibility Cloak) 9 minute Promotional Video 49 minute Technical Edition Video below this one (How and Why explained) Hyperstealth's Holographic Like Display System 17 minute runtime . Guy Cramer, CEO of the company he founded in 1999, told the UK’s Express that he expects to see “practical applications” for the technology in less than a year. Hyperstealth has also developed the W.L.Gore Optifade hunting patterns and recently applied for Patents on Quantum Stealth (Invisibility Cloak) Over 6,000,000 uniforms and 3000+ military vehicles use HyperStealth® Camouflage patterns . There was an error retrieving your Wish Lists. But now, the company has patented a new “Quantum Stealth” material that disguises a military’s soldiers — or even its tanks, aircraft, and ships — by making anything behind it seem invisible. Your California Privacy Rights Lion is keeping her company. You're listening to a sample of the Audible audio edition. “The intention was to keep it out of the public and to allow the military to use it sparingly or bury it. In the case of Hyperstealth’s quantum stealth material, light is refracted when it passes from air (one medium) into a sheet of lenticular lenses (a different medium with a different density). My concern is the criminal element using this at some point in the future and non-allied countries using it against our soldiers out there.”. This light can be in the visible spectrum, or it can be ultraviolet, infrared, or shortwave infrared light, making the material what Hyperstealth calls a “broadband invisibility cloak.”. We've received your submission. Gregors. “We couldn’t keep delaying this any longer,” Cramer said. “Optifade” is a registered trademark of W.L. The material removes not only your visual, infrared (night vision) and thermal signatures but also most of the target’s shadow. Find all the books, read about the author, and more. “Now I’m starting to get some of the higher-ups coming and contacting me for this material,” he told CTV. Alpha will be closing on March 31. The Future of Camouflage Is Now On Display Becoming Invisible: from Camouflage to Cloaks (Great Idea) Becoming Invisible: From Camouflage to Cloaks (Great Idea), Library Binding – Illustrated, August 1, 2010. Quantum Stealth is a material that renders the target completely invisible by bending light waves around the target. has been added to your Cart. Previous page of related Sponsored Products. 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The Story on Quantum Stealth's Development reads like Science Fiction Click Here, The Discovery of a Material with a Negative Refractive Index leads to Invisibility. In order to navigate out of this carousel please use your heading shortcut key to navigate to the next or previous heading. “The light comes from the sides and comes out the middle,” CTV’s science and technology specialist Dan Riskin said. Seldom discussing disadvantages or ethical dilemmas that may arise from these technological advances, the writers focus on the technology and practical benefits of the inventions. In one segment, Hyperstealth shows how it can hide a scaled-down version of a tank by placing a sheet of the material above it. Sorry, your blog cannot share posts by email. In a lengthy, and quite informative, technical video describing how the material works, Cramer notes that the newly patented material pulls off its feat of invisibility by refracting incoming light with a sheet of lenticular lenses. To get the free app, enter your mobile phone number. For the 2020 holiday season, returnable items shipped between October 1 and December 31 can be returned until January 31, 2021. Footage purportedly showing an "invisibility cloak" was created with digital video editing software. San is in her spaceship! https://futurism.com/the-byte/watch-invisibility-cloak-military-use The best way to imagine this is by imagining a car driving from one smoother surface, say, freshly paved asphalt, onto another, rougher, surface, like sand. The mysterious material boasts “broadband invisibility,” meaning it can make objects vanish from a variety of spectrums, including thermal, according to CTV News. Invisibility Invented ™ The Age of Invisibility has Begun . ANNA BANANA - Anna Finds a New Home. HyperStealth Biotechnology Corp. has announced four patent applications for “Quantum Stealth,” its own version of the fantasy cloak that could be used to make things appear to be invisible. “As the Canadian military allowed us to apply for the patents which are now pending, the military is no longer our only focus as we look to commercialize,” he continued. Become a Member Alongside the news of the patent application, Hyperstealth released more than 100-minutes worth of footage describing and demonstrating the material — and if the press release doesn’t make it clear that the military is the company’s target customer, the video footage sure does. Mr Cramer told Express.co.uk: “I expect in less than a year we will begin to see practical applications. 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