Which country is building a skyscraper that will be invisible when viewed from the ground?

Answer: South Korea

by News Staff / October 2, 2013

The tower, called Tower Infinity, will be one of the 10 tallest structures in the world, but at 1,476 feet, it will barely be taller than Chicago’s Willis Tower (formerly the Sears Tower), which was completed in 1973. But the building’s notoriety won't be based on its height. By using LED screens and high-definition cameras, the building will mimic its background and attempt to be essentially invisible to viewers on the ground. Designed as a tourist attraction, the structure will contain a “4-D” movie theater, restaurants, a water park and landscaped gardens. The tower will be located in greater Seoul, near Incheon International Airport.