Science of Invisibility

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Future Technology in the works “Smart Paint”   computer-based molecules in paint Invisibility Spray Paints objects invisible   would work on most  materials Relatively inexpensive to create in theory “AR 1” : already created and functional Reflects radar waves
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Examples of Invisibility Natural camouflage Chameleons Time-space transformation Black holes Stealth technology Aircraft undetectable by radar
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Invisibility Cloaks Fabric made of mini computers Sprayed on a material Interacts wirelessly Senses light emissions and retransmits them Any blocked light ray gets retransmitted  correctly
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Example : non-magnetic cloak made  of silver wires in silica
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Invisible Walls Wall painted with tightly packed  microcomputers One side: light sensors Other side: light emitters Computers can communicate Light waves are routed from one 
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Unformatted text preview: side to the other, recreating the image Uses of such technology Spray TV monitors Needs a receiver (computer processor) Moving posters and ads Animation is stored in the in the walls memory triggered to display data Paint that can show films or photos Easily changed and programmed Why metamaterials? Remember: metamaterials are artificial materials engineered to provide properties which may not be readily available in nature Positive refractive index Negative refractive index Positive refractive index Negative refractive index Works Cited Borghino, Dario. "Nano-magnets in Metamaterials Pave the Way to Invisibility Cloaks." Gizmag.com . 6 Jan. 2010. Web. 20 Mar. 2010. <http://www.gizmag.com/nano-ring-...
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