The first and most important thing to say is that when i say \"invisibility\", i do not mean an ability to make light pass through something without reflecting it. I mean that if observed by another person, the object will be ignored subconsciously, just as we ignore most of what we see; you don\'t think about the floor every time your eyes see it, do you?
With that said and done, I\'ll begin with my own experiences. One of my hobbies is airsoft and for those that don\'t know it, airsoft is a military simulation hobby where people use sophisticated BB guns and often military equipment and uniforms to recreate military situations, similarly to paintballing, which tends to be more commonly-known. Once while airsofting, I was tasked with assassinating a VIP who was, in this example, the guy who runs the site; an experienced and skilled airsofter. To cut a long story short, he was at one end of a corridor and i was at the other end. Seeing him, I sprinted straight at him immediately, even though he was looking directly at me. I was focusing single-mindedly on the thought \"Don\'t see me! Don\'t see me...\" as i sprinted at him. Even though i couldn\'t have been more obvious, he didn\'t react to my presence until i tagged him; hence \"killing\" him. A friend who was nearby said afterwards that all he saw was a blur of movement at the last moment before I tagged the VIP.
I may be wrong, but I strongly believe that in the time i was sprinting, I managed to make myself invisible to him, since i cannot think of any other reason why he would not have reacted to his nemesis sprinting at him. Similar events have happened since, but not in quite such spectacular circumstances as that first time. In these subsequent times, I\'ve tended to be standing still, but still pretty obvious physically.
I was wondering whether anyone else had had similar experiences and what you guys all thought about what happened to me. I think the reason it worked was that i was focusing so strongly subconsciously, rather than consciously. What do you think?