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Submission + - Make your own invisibility cloak with a 3D printer (gizmag.com)

cylonlover writes: Invisibility cloaks have been around in various forms since 2006, when the first cloak based on optical metamaterials was demonstrated. The design of cloaking devices has come a long way in the past seven years, as illustrated by a simple, yet highly effective, radar cloak developed by Duke University Professor Yaroslav Urzhumov, that can be made using a hobby-level 3D printer.
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Make your own invisibility cloak with a 3D printer

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