Although it was the “Harry Potter” series which made invisibility cloaks stunningly popular, the fact remains that, ever since humanity first came about, many people have fantasized about how cool it would be if they could just completely blend in with their surroundings.
Recent news on this topic informs us that one Canadian company that specializes in camouflage has managed to come up with a material whose properties can render the people or the object hidden beneath it invisible to the naked eye.
To cut a long story short, a cape made of Quantum Stealth, as this material is called, can be referred to as an “invisibility cloak,” seeing how manufacturers claim that its bending the light waves around it renders the wearer invisible.
Unfortunately, HyperStealth (i.e. the Canadian camouflage company which developed this material) refused to disclose any detailed information concerning the Quantum Stealth, supposedly as a result of their working closely with the US and the Canadian Military, whose leaders are very much interested in this technological breakthrough.
Instead, the company chose to introduce the general public to mock-up pictures that show exactly what happens once someone puts on their invisibility cloak.
Guy Cramer, the CEO of Hyperstealth Biotechnology Corp., made a case of how, “The people that need to know that it works have seen it. Two separate command groups within the U.S. Military and two separate Canadian Military groups as well as Federal Emergency Response Team (Counter Terrorism) have seen the actual material so they could verify that I was not just manipulating video or photo results,” sources report.
“These groups [the US and the Canadian Military] now know that it works and does so without cameras, batteries, lights or mirrors…It is lightweight and quite inexpensive,” Guy Cramer went on to add.
It is Guy Cramer's belief that this innovative material that his company now plans to sell can be used to hide both soldiers, and perhaps even buildings and aircraft.