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Get ready for Vantablack, the world’s blackest black, to be everywhere

The floodgates are opening! The world will soon be full of products coated in the darkest color on the planet. Luxury watch brands are known for encasing timepieces in rare, beautiful materials, including diamonds, gold, and titanium. But a new product by Swiss watchmaker H. Moser & Cie features a far newer...
The floodgates are opening! The world will soon be full of products coated in the darkest color on the planet. Luxury watch brands are known for encasing timepieces in rare, beautiful materials, including diamonds, gold, and titanium. But a new product by Swiss watchmaker H. Moser & Cie features a far newer material, one that was introduced less than a decade ago by NASA scientists. It’s a coating that absorbs 99.96% of light, making it the darkest material found on planet Earth. It’s a strange and otherworldly material that has fascinated artists and designers from the time it came on the market, since humans cannot technically even see the color, but simply observe the absence of light.Read Full Story
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