Gallery: New Ultra Thin Invisibility Cloak Hides 3D Objects from Microw...


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Researchers from the University of Texas at Austin have devised a new kind of invisibility cloak that can hide 3D objects from micro waves. Comprised of an ultralight layer called a metascreen, the cloak hides objects from all different directions and points of view – and unlike previous designs, this one isn’t at all bulky. The findings have been documented in the New Journal of Physics.

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