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Discussion in 'User Submitted News' started by kicknhorse, Mar 19, 2010.
Thought it may interest some of you.
I am shure there are some technices that could have been used 5 years ago
Cool, but IIRC there's already been a lot of invisibility cloak prototypes, and all of them failed.
Yes I know, but this one seems to have worked. The only proven ones before were 2D I think.
Could be, it's been a while since I last read/saw anything about it.
There's a lot of these news things that are like "lol we did something from a movie in one experiment, quick everyone think that we're mad scientist gods!".
...what if you hide the invisibility cloak under an invisibility cloak?
Still, interesting. I wonder what its uses would be though...
I thought I posted in here...
I said I'd noticed this yesterday, but didn't read in detail. Read the BBC article this time though.
But where the hell did my post go?
Cool, now I can sneak around in Hogwarts and... oh, wait.
I'd love to see this public in the future. But, there is no chance in hell that it'll happen. Imagine all the security issues!
you get a particle laser ?
It's only inviseble for humans
But there s a problem to it... works only in infra-red light.
invisibility cloak - inspired from harry potter
nice idea but i think there might be a lots of flaws
I hate it when it's attributed to him...cloaks have been used far earlier...
I'm going out on a limb here, but I can only imagine that its uses would be....well.....making things invisible