Invisibility technology is not as out of reach as you might think, check out this cloak and more.
Back in 2001, when the first Harry Potter movie came out, the invisibility cloak scene played on our imagination a great deal! Imagine the sneaky possibilities at your fingertips.
However, invisibility technology is not as far fetched at previously thought. It already exists on a quantum level. Scientists managed to render a subject invisible by literally bending the path of photons that were travelling behind a particle with the use of electromagnetism.
However, a new high-tech piece of military equipment, called Quantum Stealth, obscures the light rays to such an extent that objects behind appear to be invisible. Quantum Stealth is made from a material called broadband invisibility, and can be used to hide anything, from small objects to really large objects such as cars and ships!
The company that manufactures Quantum Stealth claims that it can render a subject invisible from a variety of spectrums, not just by light bending, it can also render subjects invisible on a thermal level. The manufacturer has not yet launched this product to the public as yet, but it is confident that their product can be used for a variety of reasons.
Take a look at the video below by YouTube channel, DailyTop10s, on 10 Amazing Invisibility Technologies.