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A team of researchers claim to have designed what is being called an antimagnetic cloak.
In this month's special issue of Physics World, which examines the science and applications of invisibility, Martin McCall and Paul Kinsler of Imperial College London describe a new type of invisibility cloak that does not just hide objects â€“ but events.
Researchers in Britain and Denmark have unveiled an â€˜invisibility cloakâ€™ that uses a common crystalline material known as calcite, which works by sending its two "polarizations" of light in different directions.
Two teams of scientists have developed a cloak that renders objects invisible to near-infrared light, BBC News reported.
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