Friday, 12 November 2010

Metaflex - A Real Life Invisibility Cloak

"It makes sense that this sort of development would come out of the U.K., considering that Harry Potter has an invisibility cloak. A team of scientists at St. Andrews University in Scotland have developed a polymer, Metaflex, which could be used to create fabrics that bend light, rendering an object invisible."

Dreams: fulfilled.
Hopes: centered on hovercar.

Full text of the article to be found here: New Journal of Physics

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