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No April Fools: Real-Life ‘Invisibility Suit’ Created

Harry Potter’s invisibility cloak may be the stuff of fiction, but a real costume that claims to make its wearer invisible was released today (April 1). Produced by the costume company Morphsuits and designed by former NASA scientist Mark Rober, the “Hollow Man Morphsuit” uses sophisticated image projection and “light-bending” technology to render its wearer invisible to the naked eye, even while the person is moving, the company said. “We were inspired by blockbuster movies and sci-fi enthusiasts that forever fantasized about the possibility of making someone invisible,” Gregor Lawson, co-founder of Morphsuits, said in a statement.

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