I always think of America as having the right combination of paranoia and funding to ensure that we develop the most advanced military technology. But in this case, we’ve been trumped (pardon the phrase) by a Canadian company whose website looks like it was designed in the Netscape era.
Canada’s HyperStealth Biotechnology Corp., which specializes in camouflage technology, has been working for years on an “invisibility cloak.” Just this month, they finally rolled it out and patented it, and it’s pretty darn impressive:
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In the past we’ve seen inventions that appeared similar to this, and relied on cameras and projection. In contrast, Hyperstealth’s “Quantum Stealth” technology uses no such trickery, according to the company:
There is no power source. It is paper-thin and inexpensive. It can hide a person, a vehicle, a ship, spacecraft and buildings. The patent discusses 13 versions of the material and the patent allows for many more configurations. One piece of Quantum Stealth can work in any environment, in any season at any time of the day or night, something no other camouflage is capable of.
So how does it work? Beats the heck out of us (and all of their competitors, apparently). But they’ve got over an hour of demonstration footage that you can check out here.