Wave technology lets light pass right through opaque materials

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... Continue Reading Wave technology lets light pass right through opaque materials Category: Materials Tags: Cloaking Invisibility Materials TU Wien Related Articles: Invisibility cloak built with common materials can hide macroscopic objects Meta-skin could lead to invisibility cloak New invisibility cloak hides tiny three-dimensional objects of any shape Three-dimensional, con

Wave technology lets light pass right through opaque materials

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 ...

Thu 14 Sep 17 from Gizmag

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