Be still my heart. My Christmas gift has arrived: Quantum stealth camouflage material.
Okay, I probably won’t get Quantum anything for Christmas.
But get this: According to this article, “The U.S. military is backing the development of camouflage fabrics that could one day make their soldiers completely invisible.”
Where can I buy this invisibility stuff? Seriously.
Check this out: “Its makers claim the material, which is in effect similar to the invisibility cloak worn by Harry Potter, can even fool night-vision goggles.”
Quantum Stealth Camouflage? I’ll take four. Because I’m getting picked up by night vision goggles all the time.
Here’s another pic.
No, that’s not a girl cut in half. It’s my Christmas present in action. Write this down: Quantum Stealth Camouflage, Brad Huebert, Christmas.
The possible civilian uses are pretty much endless:
- You could actually become a fly on the wall and listen in to what people are saying about you.
- You could creep across a field in public just for fun.
- When you want some down time during a board meeting you could just melt into the background.
- You could jump out and scare people. Every single day. Young, old, everyone. All the time.
- You could stand in front of a movie screen without people yelling, “Down in front.”
- You could throw the cloak over a mess on the floor you don’t want to clean up.
- You could perform magic tricks that would render David Blaine insane with jealousy.
- You could toss a big one over your car to avoid paying for parking downtown.
Stop salivating. I found it first. You can have your Quantum Stealth Camouflage after I order mine.
My question is, what would you use this stealth technology for? Get creative, and share your ideas below!