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Building ‘invisible’ materials with light

last modified Aug 12, 2014 11:10 AM
A new technique which uses light like a needle to thread long chains of particles could help bring sci-fi concepts such as cloaking devices one step closer to reality.
A new method of building materials using light, developed by our researchers could one day enable technologies that are often considered the realm of science fiction, such as invisibility cloaks and cloaking devices. University of Cambridge article

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