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The incredible INVISIBILITY SHIELD that can make objects 'disappear'

A military camouflage uniform company has created a light-bending material which can make objects and people appear invisible.

HyperStealth Biotechnology Corp said its new applications related to their Quantum Stealth technology - otherwise known as the Invisibility Cloak.

It works by bending light waves around selected objects, removing visuals and even the target's shadow.

HyperStealth Biotechnology Corp said its new application (pictured) related to their Quantum Stealth technology - otherwise known as the Invisibility Cloak

One clip shows a curved piece of the material hide a snowboarding helmet (left), while a straight section of the technology makes a military hat and night-vision goggles vanish (right)

The firm, based in British Columbia, Canada, has released a series of incredible videos showing the material hide helmets, hats and even people.

One shows a curved piece of the material hide a snowboarding helmet, while a straight section of the technology makes a military hat and night-vision goggles vanish.

To demonstrate the military potential for the equipment, another clip sees a model fighter jet and a model tank completely concealed when they are put behind it.

The 'invisibility cloak' (pictured) can even bend light in near infrared, near ultraviolet and short-wave infrared, as the video shows

But the most impressive footage shows a man walk out from behind a large piece of the material where he had been hidden.

The 'invisibility cloak' can even bend light in near infrared, near ultraviolet and short-wave infrared, as the video shows.

It is able to block the Therman Spectrum, which is how it garnered its nickname of the 'Broadband Invisibility cloak'.

But the most impressive footage shows a man (pictured) walk out from behind a large piece of the material where he had been hidden

The product is inexpensive and has no power source. It can hide a number of objects including army vehicles and ships.

It can work in any environment and is able to perform well any time of the day or night.

HyperStealth's CEO and inventor of Quantum Stealth, Guy Cramer said: 'True invisibility was thought to be impossible by most physicists.

The material (pictured) can work in any environment and is able to perform well any time of the day or night

'Not only does this material hide a target in the visible spectrum, but it also works in the Ultraviolet, Infrared and Shortwave Infrared, and it blocks the Thermal Spectrum, making it a true ''Broadband Invisibility Cloak''.

'There is no power source, it is paper-thin and inexpensive, it can hide a person, a vehicle, a ship, a spacecraft and a building.

'One piece of Quantum Stealth can work in any environment, in any season and at any time of the day or night, something no other camouflage is capable of.

'I expect in less than a year we will begin to see practical applications.'

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