That's a very good addition to my idea!
They all ready use certain frequencies of electric charges to knock out circuit breaker back ground noise in many car stereo units.
The charge could align metal fragments or just change the temp. The higher the Watts the higher the temp.
What I am after is a general, over all, change due to rain, sun, engine, shade, fog, or temp. Basically a paint that will react to everything to make a wild new design every few minutes or seconds.
It would be wicked to have a slight rain cool the bottom while the engine warms the hood and the tail pipe heats the back while rain streaks rainbow colors from front to back.
You know, something never scene before. You would have to have what I have all ready written about and all shades of every color. Like a full spectrum that can seperate.
Like those old temp gauges you could hold onto and they would go thru a spectrum of all colors like on batteries or a litmus test strip which does pretty much the same thing.
We just need to mix it in the final coat of paint or laquer or shellacking we apply (Basically different materials to paint cars with) and done. We would have it. Very simple to add all the different materials together and ways to do it.
The only problem would be keeping the cost down but, if you take it to car shows, you might just win the money back.
Like on a 69` Camero or an older revamped car from are distant past.
They spend thousands to rebuild any way; might as well win the contest!