Chinese scientists have developed an energy-efficient Coating for buildings inspired by the adaptive features of chameleons. The coating imitates the chameleon's ability to regulate its body temperature by changing color. It can maintain optimal temperatures within buildings, keeping them cool in summer and warm in winter, without the need for additional energy consumption. The coating has the potential to significantly reduce energy use and costs, and could pave the way for widespread adoption of energy-saving practices. The material is cost-effective and straightforward to produce, making it accessible for homeowners and businesses.
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