The InvisDefense team used an algorithm to configure the pattern that was the least conspicuous to the human eye but could still trick a security camera into not identifying its wearer.  Photo: Wei Hui
The InvisDefense team used an algorithm to configure the pattern that was the least conspicuous to the human eye but could still trick a security camera into not identifying its wearer. Photo: Wei Hui
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How Chinese students came up with an ‘invisibility cloak’ that evades security cameras

  • The InvisDefense coat allows the wearer to be seen but not detected as human, with implications for anti-drone tech and the battlefield
  • Team says results shows up loopholes in current AI and recognition technology and developers could use the findings to refine it

The InvisDefense team used an algorithm to configure the pattern that was the least conspicuous to the human eye but could still trick a security camera into not identifying its wearer.  Photo: Wei Hui
The InvisDefense team used an algorithm to configure the pattern that was the least conspicuous to the human eye but could still trick a security camera into not identifying its wearer. Photo: Wei Hui
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