Think of the possibilities in trying to hide from everybody if you had a Cloak of Invisibility. While it sounds a lot like something from Harry Potter Invisibility Cloak — it’s not far-fetched and it’s not far off.
The first successful experiment, attempts by the researchers from the United States and England were able to cloak a copper cylinder. Its not yet perfected, by the research study is promising. Read More >>
Here are the idea how its work? The cloak consists of 10 fibreglass rings covered with copper elements and is classed as a “metamaterial” – an artificial composite that can be engineered to produce a desired change in the direction of electromagnetic waves.
The black lines in this drawing show the path that light rays would take through a theoretical cloaking device. The device’s metamaterial would be patterned in such a way to route the rays around the cloaked sphere.
Like visible light waves, microwaves bounce off objects, making them apparent and creating a shadow. But at microwave frequencies, the detection has to be made by instruments rather than the naked eye. Cool Ha! Details Read More >>
While the Japanese Expert created a Optical Camouflage.
Optical camouflage is a kind of active camouflage. Look at this cool video!
This idea is very simple. If you project background image onto the masked object, you can observe the masked object just as if it were virtually transparent. Details Read More >>