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Translucent Nano Carbon-Chain Kevlar

This type of see-through Kevlar would use carbon chains stitched together on a nanometer scale, to allow the maximum amount of security, that allows an interior layer of clothing to see through, or optical circuitry to blend in the soldier or police officer with the background by bending the light around the user’s body with fiber-optics. The material can be magnetically charged, which will repel bullets before they impact the material.

This fabric can be used with a Heads-Up Display helmet that allows 360-degree vision, and services like the ability to create wireframes that can see through buildings, including the persons moving inside the buildings, the ability to track bullet trajectories, the ability to hear inside buildings with directional parabolic microphones, the ability to connect to all surrounding WiFi and other types of wireless networks and devices and display content, the ability to re-create crime scenes digitally, and the ability to re-create crime incidents digitally.

This system is ideal for combat or policing in metropolitan areas, while it also has applications in virtually all environments, including a version that can act as a space suit. The system runs with an Artificial Intelligence system that handles all of the computations.

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