This Muggle’s Invisibility Cloak Let’s You Go Incognito in Public!
The Quint speaks to Saif Siddiqui, a designer who has made invisibility possible.
If your superpower of choice is invisibility, you may just have the opportunity to live your dream. Fabric, nanotechnology and good old science has given birth to a scarf that has the power to make you invisible.
Saif Siddiqui, an Indian designer, has flooded the market with this scarf, reminiscent of Harry Potter’s invisibility cloak.
28-year-old Siddiqui conceived of the idea six-years-ago when his friends took a picture of him on a bike, clandestinely. The bike’s refractor however, distorted it. The picture inspired in him the idea of putting together a device that could self-spoil an image if taken without permission.
Siddiqui’s idea is simple: in the digital age, where privacy is increasingly becoming redundant, the ability to go incognito is an option we all must have.
Use the scarf to have fun with friends, buzz-out at parties and hide yourself from unnecessary tags/snaps and paparazzi!Saif Siddiqui to The Quint
Being famous is tough and being followed by paparazzi is tougher, remarks Siddiqui. His scarf, however, comes to the rescue.
This trippy video will give you a better idea.
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