‘Invisible’ ships could be protected from waves

By altering the corrugated surface of the ocean floor, it should be possible to hide floating objects from passing waves.

The cloaking technique is based on advances in “invisibility cloaks”, which funnel light around an object so the light emerges on the other side of the object as if nothing had been there.

The technique could help to protect ships and floating structures from rough seas.

Read more at University of California, Berkeley