Invisibility

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Utilizing current LED monitor technology, incorporate it into both fabric and complex surfaces, combined with data processing of video imaging. The purpose of this is to project an image on both clothing and surfaces of objects replicating the background of an identified viewer.

For example, an object can be hidden from a viewer without camoflage. Using this approach, a viewer identified with a direction finder could direct a camera to video the view behing the object; projecting it onto the monitor surface facing the viewer. With the associated microprocessing capability, the object would blend into the background the viewer sees. As a result, the object would be completely invisible to the viewer.

This technology could be applied to personnel, facilities, and other objects such as vehicles and aircraft.

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  • ABOUT THE ENTRANT

  • Name:
    Tim King
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    individual
  • Profession:
    Engineer/Designer
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