scientists at purdue university have created a new design for an invisibility cloak.
...while doing some research on the cloak itself, i’ve come across two separate and unique ways to achieve the invisibility effect. 1) paul did an article about duke university, back in october 2006, which created a cloaking “cylinder” which hides it’s contents from certain wavelengths of light. this cylinder works by using what some researchers have called “metamaterials” or materials that when engineered properly, have properties (in this case, electromagnetic properties) unlike what you get from typical fabrication processes. these “metamaterials” bend waves of energy back around an object after these waves have been displaced by the normal object. plus, 2) the scientists at purdue university have published a design where tiny metal needles are placed in a cone-much like a hairbrush pattern-in a way that forces light and other waves to pass around it harmlessly. unlike the duke design, where some is reflected and refracted, the light completely bends around the cone of rods, making the object completely disappear. while there have been many attempts at active camoflage before (see the invisibility coat), these two ideas are the first true-to-physics concepts. the result is, although not perfectly, a mirror image of the initial emission of light waves.
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