Rochester Scientists Invent A Cloaking Device….and You Can Too!

VIA “” by Jordan

Rochester Scientists have come up with a simple cloaking device. It’s basic in its design but the core fundamentals here could be applied in a myriad of ways.

This model is essentially using lenses to bend the light around an object, so as you look through the lens, it appears as if you’re looking straight through the object, when in fact you’re seeing light that’s moving around the object that is directly in front of the device. Check it out!

I expect that any interested able-bodied person could go out and make something like this yourself, maybe even push the limits of what you can do with it. How far can you bend the light? What different kinds of lenses can you use?

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