• MIT's Color-Changing Ink Lets You Customize Shoes, Phone Cases

    4 monthes ago - By Geek

    Projecting deactivation colors onto the 3D object to achieve the desired texture
    Despite all of our achievements, humans still can not camouflage ourselves beyond clothes and face paint.
    Inanimate objects, however, are another story.
    A team from MIT's Computer Science and Artificial Intelligence Laboratory developed a method of changing items' colors when exposed to ultraviolet and visible light sources.
    Dubbed “PhotoChromeleon,” the system uses a mix of cyan, magenta, and yellow photochromic dyes that can be sprayed or painted onto the surface of any object to transform its hue.
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