Duke University creates perfect, centimeter-scale invisibility cloak

Duke University creates perfect, centimeter-scale invisibility cloak

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Scientists at Duke University have created the first invisibility cloak that perfectly hides centimeter-scale objects. While invisibility cloaks have been created before, they have all reflected some of the incident light, ruining the illusion. In this case, the incident light is perfectly channeled around the object, creating perfect invisibility.There are...
Duke University creates perfect, centimeter-scale invisibility cloak
                                     

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