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“Invisible Train” Been Designed By Japan Scientists, To Be Unveiled By 2018

“Invisible Train” Been Designed By Japan Scientists, To Be Unveiled By 2018
You might not even have thought the invisible train will come in future. The invisible train will run at speed up to 580 km/hour.

Seibu Railway is planning to develop an invisible train, that will invisible to people alone. Seibu Railway Co. is a Japanese company based in Tokorozwa, Saitama Japan. It’s business include in railways, tourism, and real estate. The company’s railway operations are in the northwest Tokyo and Saitama prefecture.

The invisible traiin is being designed by architect, Kazuyo Sejima from the Japanese firm Sanaa who was recently awarded “Nobel Prize of architecture”. however, the train will not be completely visible but “super reflective”. The train primarily mixes into its surrounding by reflecting them off its flawless mirrored surfaces.

The train primarily mixes into its surrounding by reflecting them off its flawless mirrored surfaces.

 

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