First the Japanese invented a cloak that makes the wearer invisible. Now someone has invented underwear that never needs to be washed (good for the military) and a shirt you can spray onto your skin from a can (perfect for travel!)
The underwear contains chemicals that repel water, oil and bacteria and is made of material that cost the US military $20 million to develop. Fabrican is a spray-on fabric in a can that was invented by researcher Manel Torres.
Innovation is nothing new: there was plenty of it in the past as well. Stay with us on unknowncountry.com as we explore what was and and what is yet to be.
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