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Paramagnetic paint lets you change your car's color on a whim

Posted Nov 9th 2007



Sure, the whole "temporary vehicle paint" idea was a fine concept if you adored hassles, but Nissan's got a much cleaner approach for those who appreciate easy. Yep, the same folks who dreamed up that self-healing paint some two years back are now talking up their paramagnetic concoction, which purportedly enables motorists to change the color of their ride at the press of a button. The secret is a "special polymer containing paramagnetic iron oxide particles," which is applied to the whip's exterior; an "applied electric current then adjusts the spacing of small crystals within the iron oxide particles, and therefore affects their ability to reflect light and change color." Essentially, vehicles could rock a default color when turned off, and then your imagination could go wild once you turned over the ignition. If all goes well, expect to see commercial applications ready to roll by the time Fast and the Furious: 10 Times 2 Many hits theaters (or 2010, whichever comes first).

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they've been working on something like that at a local university. the concept was originally of a screen that you could spraypaint onto a surface. But this is essentially the same, just with less resolution.
 

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they've been working on something like that at a local university. the concept was originally of a screen that you could spraypaint onto a surface. But this is essentially the same, just with less resolution.
Wonder if this will have conflicts with the laws...

Police #1: "Stop that blue car coming towards you!"
Car driver: "Try to catch me now, bitch!" *press a button and changes color*
Police #2: "What blue car?! Are you color blind????"

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