'Invisible' Train Set To Roll In 2018
(CNN) - It’s a train out of a "Hunger Games" world.
Except it could actually happen.
A nearly invisible train designed by one of Japan's leading architects is scheduled to debut in Tokyo in 2018.
Designed by award winner Kazuyo Sejima, the commuter train uses semi-reflective and semi-transparent materials to blend into the scenery whether it's traveling through the city or the countryside, according to a Newsweek report.
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