Invisibility+Cloak

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Unformatted text preview: Video Video http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=4RN rlQuHxk&feature=related CrlQuHxk&feature related Invisibility Cloak Invisibility Cloak Michael Smith, Brandon Ray, Catherine Comerford, Eric Brumfield Understanding invisibility Understanding invisibility Invisibility Invisibility- state of an object at which it cannot be seen. An object in this ate is said to be invisible (literally "not visible") state is said to be invisible (literally, "not visible"). Metamaterials etamaterials are artificial materials engineered to provide properties which Metamaterials are artificial materials engineered to provide properties which "may not be readily available in nature and may be any material that obtains its abnormal properties from its structure rather than from its chemical composition Basic Technology Basic Technology Art of becoming invisible Source Waves: sound, light, radio, seismic, oceanic, microwaves, etc Medium ( metamaterials, plastic rings) Obtaining invisibility Obtaining invisibility Projection D 2D 3D Projection method Projection method http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=JKP VQal851U Projection method Projection method a garment made from ighly reflective material highly reflective material a digital video camera a computer a projector a special, half-silvered mirror called a combiner 2d method 2d method The device works by redirecting waves around the object and setting them back on path out the opposite end. Built from surprising aterials depending on the materials depending on the type of wave being manipulated. For instance, with visible light the metamaterial works by redirecting light rays around the object and having them turn to their original path return to their original path on the other side. 3d method 3d method Previous devices have been able to hide objects from light...
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