Japanese Transparent Skirts And Optical Camouflage Research

Posted: Feb 8 2003, 8:24pm EST | by , Updated: Aug 10 2010, 1:42pm CDT, in News | Other Stuff

 
Japanese Transparent Skirts and Optical Camouflage Research
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You have seen it in the latest James Bond movie with the invisible Austin Martin.

Professor Susumu Tachi who is in the early stage of research he hopes will eventually make camouflaged objects virtually transparent.

The photograph was taken through a viewfinder that uses a combination of moving images taken behind the wearer to give a transparent effect.

Optical Camouflage Project Tokio University

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Update:
Japanese are in see-through craze. Besides Susumu Tachi Invisible Research, Japanese Girls now wear transparent Skirts - or are they transparent ? - Actually they are photo printed. Doesn't matter does it ?
Update: The transparent skirts are possibly a hoax. More details here (Thanks Made in DNA).





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