A Tokyo professor may have been inspired by rumored U.S. invisibility camouflage for fighter jets, which makes the lower surfaces of an airplane project an image of the sky above it, rendering the plane invisible. He’s applied this technique to a coat which, when worn, makes your body seem to disappear. However, the parts not covered by the coat remain visible, so you look like a floating head.
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