Scientists unveil camouflage sheet inspired by octopus skin

August 19, 2014 1:44 AM

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"Real cephalopods are capable of levels of active camouflage orders of magnitude more sophisticated than our system," admitted John Rogers.

Now, those capabilities have been replicated in the lab -- or at least some of them. Scientists recently unveiled a new device, a thin and flexible pixellated sheet, that can change colors in response to its environs. The sheet was designed by materials scientists Cunjiang Yu, from the University of...

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