Harry Potter was the inspiration for Invisibility Shield Co, a British company. The end product ends up being a replica of the iconic invisibility cloak from the magical world of J.K. Rowling, or as the company describes it, Functional Invisibility Shield.
Literally, functional because it works, because these realistic, invisible shields They can make anyone hiding behind them disappear into thin air.
Invisibility Shield is a UK-based startup that has been working on an affordable masking device for over two years, as reported on the Invisibility Shield website. Central Odd.
The company recently revealed a set of invisible armor It is based on a seemingly simple technology that allows users to be invisible to the naked eye. Surprising, but simple.
The shield uses a “precision engineered lens array” to divert light from a target seated behind the shield and away from the observer. These lenses are oriented vertically to allow light from the person to diffused as they pass through the shield, while light from the wearer’s background is refracted toward the observer who cannot see the shield wearer.
Invisibility Shield Co explained: “From the observer’s perspective, this backlight is spread horizontally over the front face of the shield, over the area where the target is normally seen.“.
The team behind the Invisibility Shield project experimented with a variety of lens shapes, angles, and depths, and eventually settled on a variant that would not require the toxic resins typically used in such designs.
Also, the shield relies solely on optics, so it doesn’t require a power source to produce its “magic”.
Although it is just over two inches thick, Weighs only nine pounds, making it completely portable. Invisibility shields come in two sizes, the standard 3 x 2, Which costs $394and a smaller version measuring 12 x 8 inches worth $64. Both prices include international shipping fees.
Invisibility Shield works best when placed against backgrounds like grass, sand, and sky, but it also works against buildings, bars, or drawn lines, as in the image below.
The startup claims to have pre-ordered hundreds of its invisibility shield within days and expects deliveries to begin in December of this year. He explained that although it is classified as a shield, it will not protect users from any kind of attack, as it is made of a flexible, not hard, material.
Invisibility Shield Co shared a video of how the Invisibility Shield works on their YouTube channel.
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