Breakthrough in bid to create ‘invisibility cloak’ as 3D object is made to vanish for first time


 Mail Online
January 26, 2012

Researchers in the U.S. have, for the first time, cloaked a three-dimensional object standing in free space – bringing the idea of an ‘invisibility cloak’ a step closer.

The researchers used a hi-tech technique to ‘hide’ an 18-centimetre cylinder – and made it totally invisible.

But before we brace ourselves for Harry Potter-style invisibility to become a part of everyday life, it’s not quite there yet.

So far, the researchers can use a hi-tech coating to make an object disappear – but can only hide it from microwave scanners.

It’s still visible to the naked eye.

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