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A new invisibility cloak can hide objects using an ultrathin layer of nanoantennas that reflect off light. Are humans next? Courtesy of Xiang Zhang group, Berkeley Lab/UC Berkeley

Ten years on, invisibility cloaks are close to becoming a manufacturable reality

Research into invisibility cloaks has been flourishing over the past decade yet they have still not reached the market. But that may be about to change.

New technique for invisibility cloaking

The first working invisibility cloak, designed using topology optimisation technique, has masked a poker chip-sized disc…
There are many ways physical laws can be exploited to trick cameras, detectors and eyes. Niels Linneberg

Invisibility tech is advancing, but not seeing is believing

What do Casper the Friendly Ghost, Harry Potter and H.G Wells’ Griffin all have in common? The answer, of course, is “the ability to become invisible”. And these three characters weren’t the first to have…

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