The British Ministry of Defence are currently working on a new technology that aims to make tanks invisible to the naked eye, hoping to roll out the first of such war machines in 2012. This technology involves using cameras and projectors to beam images of the surrounding landscape onto the tank – a terrifying thought if you’re part of the enemies’ infantry division. I’m not too sure if this technology will be stable and fully workable though, and will it disguise heat signatures from the tank? The only drawback at this point in time is the reliability of cameras and projectors, but the MoD folks are already working hard on making the tank invisible without them – a possible although intricate and complicated process.
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