Harry Potter, Your Invisibility Cloak Is Nearly Ready…

Look out, Harry Potter: researchers have advanced the study of cloaking—rendering objects invisible by forcing light waves to act as if the objects weren’t there.

In a paper published in this week’s Science, a team from Duke University and Southeast University in Nanjing, China, reports a new and improved cloak that can conceal a bump—and anything hidden beneath—on a flat surface. Both the surface and the bump (visible at the far left in the photo) must be reflective, however. The new setup is upgraded to function for a relatively broad spectrum of light, whereas previous models had very narrow operational regimes.


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