Berkeley CSUA MOTD:Entry 54334
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2012/3/8-26 [Science/Space, Science/GlobalWarming] UID:54334 Activity:nil
3/8     "Invisible Mercedes brings James Bond technology to life" (
        How many years and dollars have our military spent on trying to achieve
        the same thing and yet still haven't gotten any result!?  Now a
        civilian company has done it, and they did it even merely for
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The invisibility cloak had its tryout this week on the streets of Stuttgart, Germany. To make Q's idea of an invisible car real, Mercedes employed dozens of technicians and some $263,000 worth of flexible LED mats covering one side of the car. Using a camera mounted on the opposite side of the vehicle, the LEDs were programmed to reproduce the image from the camera at the right scale, blending the vehicle into the background from a few feet away. Doing so required power sources, computers and other gear totaling 1,100 lbs. F-Cell hydrogen fuel cell powered car would be invisible to the environment, producing only water vapor and heat for emissions. Charlottesville, Virginia o 4 hours ago My invisible Mercedes is sitting in my invisible McMansion's garage next to my invisible super-model wife's invisible Porsche. New York, New York o 4 hours ago The invisivility technology has been here long time ago. My salary raise has been invisible for the past ten years. Cranbury, New Jersey o 4 hours ago Germans have cool stuff. I am e-mailing them now to ask if they could please make the Kardashitcans and Snookie invisible so I don't have to see them ever again. Southfield, Michigan o 4 hours ago once you buy the car you never have to make another car payment, the repo man would never be able to find it, HA, take that Mercedes finanicial!