Look At 'Invisibility Cloak' For Military Vehicles

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PostWed Sep 14, 2011 5:11 pm » by Illuminated

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PostWed Sep 14, 2011 5:15 pm » by Nihilgeist

Crazy shit. Might not be perfect, but for those soldiers quickly scanning for heat sources, especially in the thick of battle, could possibly easily miss the shape of the object, and the mimicking is crazy.
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PostWed Sep 14, 2011 5:16 pm » by Glassjaw667

As a mainstream soldier I can tell you non-Special Ops Units will not see this technology for 10-15+ years. Although I wouldn't be surprised if Special Ops are already using a prototype variant of this as we speak. It is very cool. The 82d Airborne Division (of which I belong) usually gets fairly good gear, but the really awesome stuff takes several years to filter down to the regular 'grunt' units.

Very cool video illuminated!

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