im thinking of painting my 94 camaro.the paint job it faided and peeling. i started thinking about what i wanted.then i thought,why not radar reflective paint. a 94 camaro already has a stealth design to it. so i did a bunch of research on radar and found it to be kinda weird.but ultimately this is what i think im going to try some time in the next year. the car right now looks like a skunk.it has two white racing stripes down the top and is faded black.
Interesting stuff indeed, well found I'm thinking all those photons hitting the surface get lost in the tubes, so that nothing gets reflected back & the photons are absorbed & turned into heat.
If this is on the public net, it makes you wonder what TPTB have....... Also, one of those solutions can be mixed with refrigerants as well think of the endless uses for this stuff, i worked with spun carbon fibre & that was VERY impressive stuff, combine this with graphene (which can be made non, semi, or fully conductive like the nanotubes) & you expand the possibilities again. eta; If memory serves me correct, carbon fibre is 20 times lighter than steel, and 6 times stronger. OK back on topic, you still want the IR overkill number-plate holder, just in case
Last Edit: Apr 23, 2015 19:59:42 GMT by pwm2: sorry i forgot thats a 'license plate' in the US
correct, if you chain them up you shouldn't even need a resistor, check them well they vary from 2-3 volts, best is to put an ammeter in there, 3mm ones 40ma max, 5mm ones about 60..hope that helps. Just start with an extra led or a 220-470 ohm resistor you can always remove it later. I have the LED's and an IR camera, ONE day when i'm not so busy i will try this out. Sorry, but i'm fulltime on another project, you understand Later!