This unimaginably black building will be studded with thousands of tiny lights, like stars against the night sky. According to CNN, Khan hopes that “Juxtaposed against the pristine whiteness of the Olympic Winter Games, his building will provoke a philosophical experience by presenting visitors with a void of infinite depth and possibility.” It will give visitors an opportunity to fully assimilate the optical wracking experience of Vantablack.
Developed three years ago by Surrey NanoSystems, Vantablack is one of the darkest materials ever created. It is so unimaginably black, that you would find it difficult understanding exactly what you are seeing. It is a material that actually simulates the complete absence of color, absorbing 99.96% of the light that hits its surface.
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Vantablack has found a number of applications in aerospace engineering, architecture, consumer electronics, etc. We can say that visitors to the exhibit at the 2018 Olympics, will be in for a memorable experience.
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