It’s no secret that the US military has been working on different projects, and spending billions in the process, to crack the secret of an “invisiblity” material that could be used in its uniforms but it seems that a Canadian company may have just beat everyone to that holy grail.
HyperStealth Biotechnology Corp apparently has successfully created, tested, and most importantly given need-to-know demonstration to the military of a hyperstealth material they are calling “Quantum Stealth”. The material reportedly renders its user completely invisible to any visual spectrum including IR scopes and Thermal Optics.
The company is so confident in its material that they say the only way you would find someone hiding beneath the material would be to “trip over them”
Guy Cramer, CEO of the company, created the technology months ago, but told CNN he finally released images of it to the public in order to get an opportunity to show it to military officials.
“After enough press had been written on the subject, the U.S. Military Command finally asked to see the real material to verify that it worked,” he said. “Those meetings took place with very limited “Need to Know” access and the technology is now moving forward.
via Business Insider
Here is the video of the CNN report: