Invisibility Cloak.....coming soon to Zellers

WASHINGTON (AP) – Scientists say they are a step closer to developing materials that could render people and objects invisible.

Researchers have demonstrated for the first time they were able to cloak three-dimensional objects using artificially engineered materials that redirect light around the objects.

Previously, they only have been able to cloak very thin two-dimensional objects.

The findings, by scientists at the University of California, Berkeley, are to be released later this week in the journals Nature and Science.

The new work moves scientists a step closer to hiding people and objects from visible light, which could have broad applications, including military ones.

People can see objects because they scatter the light that strikes them, reflecting some of it back to the eye.

Cloaking uses materials, known as metamaterials, to deflect radar, light or other waves around an object.
Metamaterials are mixtures of metal and circuit board materials such as ceramic, Teflon or fibre composite.

Invisibility Cloak?

Thats old news, someone posted it on here like 2 years ago

Bigthumb used his time machine cloak to go back in time and post it: … pic=6139.0

Damn…sorry, I thought this was something new. :blush:

The flux capacitor is still running on banana peels!

Absolutely…dude. :sunglasses:

Has to use banana peels.
We’re busy ionizing the di-lithium to make hybrid Expeditions…