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    color changing paint


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    ^^^ woah wtf.
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    Thats pretty sweet.. like driving a new car everyday
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    Cool, a new tool to use for getaway cars. Just make sure it is a common car as a camry and you are good to go visiting your banks.

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    It's fake guys.

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    At the press of a button, the paint changes colour by adjusting the voltage of an electrical current sent through the vehicle’s bodywork. I promise I've been good Santa... (kind of)

    The technology works by running a current through a special polymer applied to the vehicle before painting. This polymer contains particles of ‘paramagnetic’ iron oxide. With the application of an electric current, the spacing of the oxide’s crystals is adjusted, affecting their level of light reflection and thus our colour perception.

    Cars, being rather conductive metal objects, are therefore the perfect medium for such a technology, with the small current maintaining a particular colour. However, with no current, such as when the car is turned off, the paint would return to its default colour of white.
    seriously.. LOL each panel on the car is different, and what about plastic bumpers, mirrors and spoiler ect? its complete BS hahah "
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    Click here to enlarge Originally Posted by sammy_0559 Click here to enlarge
    seriously.. LOL each panel on the car is different, and what about plastic bumpers, mirrors and spoiler ect? its complete BS hahah "
    ‘paramagnetic’ iron oxide "
    bs and pseudoscience? sure.. but you do remember that each panel is attached to the chassis/frame... plastic bumpers? yeah, but as long as the paint was touching, it'd conduct

    be cool if it was real though lol.

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    Last edited by Flinchy; 12-18-2013 at 08:35 AM.
    boop

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    Embedded, moved.

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    of course its BS thought you guys would have more fun with it than this though Click here to enlargeP

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    Click here to enlarge Originally Posted by cwarren Click here to enlarge
    of course its BS thought you guys would have more fun with it than this though Click here to enlargeP
    It's a tough crowd.

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