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DateDate: 3-04-2018, 07:07

The technology of camouflage has been used by mankind for many centuries, and camouflage has gone from a product literally from leaves and sticks to high-tech systems that can hide the presence of a person.
However, experts from the University of California were able to create something really impressive: a material that can disguise a person from infrared cameras and sensors.
Like most inventions, the new camouflage was inspired by nature itself: scientists, observing squid, noticed that they can change the color of their skin, deforming the tissues themselves.
American researchers decided to recreate the technology and for this, a thin layer of aluminum was applied to the surface of the elastic polymer film. When stretched, the resulting material is able to reflect light located in the infrared range.
Then the scientists put the film on the surface and began to warm it up. It turned out that in the heated state the film was perfectly visible on the infrared camera.
However, once the heating ceased, the object completely disappeared from the monitors and became invisible.
In the future, specialists plan to develop a new kind of camouflage on the basis of new technology, which will make the media invisible to digital devices. Taken with hi-news.ru





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