South Korea! Home to the Invisible Skyscraper

The Architects of an Architectural firm GDS recently have announced permission to build the “Tower Infinity” near the Incheon Airport which is just outside the city of Seoul, South Korea. It is going to be 450 meters tall, it may not be the tallest building in the world, but it does have a unique feature, this tower is going to be equipped with an extraordinary cloaking device.

GDS Architects representative described this tower in a statement that GDS is “trying to provide the World’s first invisible tower, which is showcasing innovative Korean Technology”.

The tower’s exterior will be equipped with different cameras, projectors and LED lights. Areas around the building will be covered by these cameras; these cameras will be connected together in such a way that these cameras will give a panoramic display through the projectors. This effect will make this skyscraper seem completely transparent from the outside after the projectors are turned on.

If you visit the website of the tower, there you will see how Korea is working to establish a rising position in the world, it is not constructing the tallest tower of the world but it will be developing a more powerful presence by “out shining” many other towers of the world.

Having the ability to go invisible is not the only attraction to this incredible tower, this tower will have the world’s third highest observation deck with theaters, restaurants, and it will also have an amazing water park. This tower will serve as a tourist attraction for Korea. The representative of the GDS Architects representative also added that, “we are looking forward to providing Korea and the whole World with a complete new model for what it means to be the greatest observation tower”.

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