A Nightmare in Sutradain - Feywild for D&D 5E

HORIZON BLACK - The darkest objects we've ever created

A project in London, UK by Horizon Black

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Absorb >99.9% of visible light with our AMAZINGLY BLACK, fourth generation nanotech objects.
Backers: 522
Average Pledge Per Backer: £107

Funded: £55,968 of £8,000
Dates: May 17th -> Jul 16th (60 days)
Project By: Horizon Black
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Latest News

Building the blackest place on Earth!

July 4th - via: kickstarter.com
Hello backers,  We'd like to say a huge thank you to all of you for supporting the creation of our darkest ever pieces! We're now almost 500% funded which is a brilliant result that will enable us to continue our work and deliver incredibly black... (Read More)

horizon black creates new blackest black objects, and you can own them

May 25th - via: designboom.com
the horizon black team has spent years in research and development to create a material that absorbs 99.9% of visible light. the new black is created by growing a nanoscale array of inorganic molecules on a specially etched aluminum substrate using a chemical deposition process. the shape and arrangement of molecules within these arrays allow them to trap the vast majority of incoming photons and then radiate that energy out in the form of heat, rather than reflecting it as light. (Read More)

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