While U.S. high schools students dominate in the kegger-fueled, jackass video art form, their counterparts in Singapore are pulling ahead with what could be the most significant innovation in individual camouflage since the gilly suit--a military uniform that changes color.
The students accomplished this, shockingly, "by using a material that can change colours," the Singapore News helpfully explained. Actually they relied on electrochromism, a process that causes electroactive material to change color when an "electric field is applied."
The students belong to the Young Defense Scientists Program, which the country's leaders hope will create a pool of defense scientists to ensure "Singapore's technical edge in defense and security." The youths who created the color-changing uniforms each received a S$1,000 scholarship and a S$200 book voucher.
But our question is, will they be on the rack for spring?