Japan scientists are designing an invisible train that will be out by 2018.
Japan has always been ahead when it comes to technology and inventions. It already has the bullet train since last two years that carries its passengers across the country at speed of up to 580 km/hour. And now the Seibu Railway Co. wants to build a train that will be virtually invisible to onlookers. For this, the Japanese scientists are already busy designing the outlandish trains of the future.
This train wouldn’t be actually invisible but it would be super reflective. This train has been designed by architect Kazuyo Sejima who belongs to the Japanese firm Sanaa. He had recently won a Pritzker Prize, the Nobel Prize of architecture. This train would reflect its surroundings through its pristine mirrored surfaces such that it would almost blend into its surroundings.