• MIT Has Invented Color-Changing Ink So You Can Customize Anything

    7 days ago - By Hypebeast

    Scientists and engineers at MIT 's Computer Science and Artificial Intelligence Laboratory has invented a new ink - called PhotoChromeleon Ink - that is capable of changing colors and patterns when exposed to UV Light. The color-changing effect is achieved by mixing cyan, magenta and yellow photochromic dyes into a solution which can then be sprayed onto various objects, such as toys, sneakers, or even cars. The item is then placed under a UV light and users can pick and choose different colors and patterns they want on a computer program. Once confirmed, the UV light will activate and...
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