The camouflage fabric 'that can make soldiers INVISIBLE': Company claims it has Pentagon backing for miracle material
Quantum Stealth camouflage bends the light around its wearer, its developer claims
Company behind it says it has demonstrated the technology to the U.S. and Canadian military
Following these 'Need to Know' access meetings development is now said to be 'moving forward'
By Damien Gayle
PUBLISHED: 11:26 EST, 10 December 2012 | UPDATED: 11:26 EST, 10 December 2012
The U.S. military is backing the development of camouflage fabrics that could one day make their soldiers completely invisible, it has been claimed.
The so-called 'Quantum Stealth' camouflage material is said to render its wearers completely invisible by bending light waves around them.
Its makers claim the material, which is in effect similar to the invisibility cloak worn by Harry Potter, can even fool night-vision goggles.The future of camouflage: A mock up of the Quantum Stealth technology. These photos are to show the media the concept, its makers claim, adding that for security issues it can not show the technology in action
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