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Acoustic Cloaking Device Hides Objects from Sound
By Ken Kingery Using little more than a few perforated sheets of plastic and a staggering amount of number crunching, Duke engineers have demonstrated the world’s first three...
'Superlens' Extends Range of Wireless Power Transfer
Inventor Nikola Tesla imagined the technology to transmit energy through thin air almost a century ago, but experimental attempts at the feat have so far resulted in...
The Physics Hidden by the Invisibility Cloak
By: Valerie Jamieson "John Pendry is a physicist at Imperial College London who laid the theoretical foundations for the invisibility cloak and superlenses capable of...
Making waves: In the hunt for invisibility, other benefits seen
Jeremy Wagstaff, Chief Technology Correspondent for Thomson Reuters, Singapore linked up with Dr. David Smith and Dr. Yaroslav Urzhumov (and other Professors and Industry...
The Invisibility Revolution
Invisibility, it is just the beginning... Posted December 16, 2013 by Melissa Pandika "While science has gone Hollywood with Gravity and The Big Bang Theory, Hollywood has...
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Nanostructured Holograms for Broadband Manipulation of Vector Beams
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Nano Lett., 2013
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