Re: Safer cars?
Vantablack is not available for sale to private individuals. If a car could be fooled by it so could a human driver who could be more easily fooled as people lack the array of detection devices available to a mechanical object. I think it is an interesting but moot point. The car or person would operate in the same way, they may either detect the presence of the object in relation to its surroundings (why is there a person shaped hole in front of me) or not at all in which case the probably tragic outcome would be the same.