Vantablack; Batman would approve :P

Surrey Nano System developed Vantablack®, the darkest man-made substance, originally developed for satellite calibration systems. It absorbs 99.3% of the light, so it´s usually described to the “closest thing to a black hole we´ll ever see“. Taking into consideration its space application is irrelevant to the common user, what we are really interested in knowing is; practical applications for the average Joe and Jane. The answer simple: Luxury items as Vantablack S-VIS can be sprayed (still needs some post-processing). It´s been a lot of buzz since its development but we´ll have to wait and see applied to the every day life.


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