The world's white paint has been discovered at the University of Purdue in the US state of Indiana. Researchers are hopeful that using this soon-to-be-marketed device will greatly reduce AC usage.
The paint also holds the Guinness World Record for being the world's white paint. Giulin Ruan, a professor of engineering at the University of Berduwa, has been actively pursuing this research for the past seven years, considering climate change and power generation.
It emits a maximum of 98.1 percent sunlight and emits the heat of infrared rays, thus reducing the amount of heat that the paint absorbs. Giulian Ruan created this white paint with barium sulphate and other ingredients used in cosmetics and photo printing paper to get more whiteness.
Normal white paint only reflects 80-90%. Therefore, they cannot cool the room. Rather, they are heat-emitting. The university and the US government have begun efforts to bring white paint to market as a small-scale solution to major problems, including climate change and global warming.