Dec
11
2012

Oh, look, an (air quotes) “invisibility cloak.”

As my wife likes to note, All Demos Are Faked:

…and I’m going to guess on this one that the particular method of fakery has to do with why there are photos of the technique and not video. Bluntly? The effect probably becomes really visible when somebody inside the thing moves. I’m also raising an eyebrow at the supposed lack of power source. Lastly: how does that thing look when you shift your angle?

Mind you, the military can still find a lot of uses for a drop-cloth that mimics the ground that it’s covering.

1 Comment

  • Crawford says:

    They did this on “Top Gear”. Wall of LCDs mounted to one side of the car — hard to spot from a distance.

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