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Discovering A New Technology

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Madeleine Student

on 22 November 2013

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Transcript of Discovering A New Technology

Researchers Discover New Cloaking Technology
University of Toronto
Two Researchers at the University of Toronto
Dr. George Eleftheriades and Michael Selvanayagam
Other Facts
Tried making things invisible before but didn't work
In demonstration, Eleftheriades and Selvanayagam tested antennas on aluminum cylinder.
A professor in Japan used cameras to film a scene and then project it on an object in front of that area onto a special reflective material, creating a visual camouflage.
Small antennas can be printed flat to create a flexible skin for the desired object

Not invisible to human eye
Undetectable by radar
control signals bouncing back to make objects seem larger or smaller than they really are
Electromagnetic waves that reflect off objects and bounce back to detector
radiate elecromagnetic field that prevents waves from reflecting back
Say same principals could be applied to other waves which could hide object from human eye
Happened on November 14, 2013

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