3D Cloacking Device

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Fri, Mar 19th, 2010 09:42 by capnasty NEWS

Previous devices have been able to hide objects from light travelling in only one direction; viewed from any other angle, the object would remain visible. Now, scientists have created the first device to render an object invisible in three dimensions using light of wavelengths close to those that are visible to humans.

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