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Morphsuits launch Hollow Man Morphsuit


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Last week we told you about  Morphsuits and today they have launched the first ever costume designed to make the wearer entirely invisible to the naked eye.


The suit, dubbed ‘Hollow Man Morphsuit’ has undergone over three years of research and development using a blend of technologies developed by the company’s ex-NASA engineer, Mark Rober. The ground-breaking outfit, covers the wearer from head to toe combining advanced image projection and ‘light bending’ technology to give the illusion of total invisibility even when moving. The suit consists of an engineered material fused with spandex, thousands of micro-LEDs and mirrors, and dozens of small cameras capturing required angles to ‘project through’ the wearer.

  • The invisibility Morphsuit covers every square millimetre of the wearer’s body, making the figure completely invisible when still and in motion
  • The camera lenses measure less than five millimetres in diameter that display the surrounding images through the suit’s LED pigments that replicate the pixel functionality found inside computer and TV screens
  • A team of global scientists and engineers were secretly recruited to develop the patent-pending ‘MirrorMorph’ technology that creates the invisibility effect
  • To deliver 100 per cent invisibility the team has designed over 200 concept suits and trialled multiple applications of technologies
  • Ex-NASA engineer, Mark Rober joined forces with Morph Costume Co. last year, implementing his patented smartphone and tablet illusional innovation into costumes
  • Rober was brought to Morphsuits‘ attention when creating his Halloween outfit using two iPads linked through Facetime designed to give the appearance of a hole through the wearer
  • Rober’s Halloween costume was the main inspirational development of the invisible Morphsuit

The suit will be available to purchase, here:

Andrew Edney
Andrew Edney
I am the owner and editor of this site. I have been interested in gadgets and tech since I was a little kid. I have also written a number of books on various tech subjects. I also blog for The Huffington Post and for FHM. And I am honoured to be a Microsoft MVP since January 2008 - again this year as an Xbox MVP.


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