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Wave technology lets light pass right through opaque materials

The new invisibility cloak in development at TU Wien works by projecting a precise pattern onto ...

Rendering things invisible sounds like it belongs in the realm of Harry Potter, but it is technically possible. Researchers from TU Wien in Austria have developed a new process that allows light waves to pass right through a material by projecting a matching Wave pattern onto it, actively camouflaging the target from view. The technique could one day be used as a kind of invisibility cloak, and it might work just as well on sound waves.

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Category: Materials

Tags:
  • Cloaking
  • Invisibility
  • Materials
  • TU Wien
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