Latest John Pendry Stories
With NSF support, Elena Semouchkina and colleagues are experimenting with ways of using magnetic resonance to capture rays of visible light and route them around objects, rendering those objects invisible to the human eye.
Since 2000, John Pendry's work on metamaterials has been at the van guard of efforts to create a perfect image â€“ images with perfect resolution that can stem from light being moved in odd directions to create, among other tricks of the light, the illusion of invisibility.
Two teams of scientists have developed a cloak that renders objects invisible to near-infrared light, BBC News reported.
Two recently designed 3-D materials are opening new possibilities for scientists looking to develop an invisibility cloak.
Scientists believe they have developed plans for new technology that could make sound proof homes a reality.
Naval warships might look like all-powerful vessels but they are also highly vulnerable to being spotted by the enemy. That fear of being detected has led the military to develop new stealth technologies that allow ships to be virtually invisible to the human eye.