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An Invisibility Cloak for the Non-Magical World?

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AUTUM C. PYLANT, NEWS EDITOR, [email protected]

Greek mythology is filled with references to an “invisibility cap” worn on occasion by Hades, Hermes and Athena that gave the wearer the power to become invisible. And today, legions of movie-goers are familiar with the title character of the Harry Potter series donning an “invisibility cloak” for all sorts of mischief. Yet despite being the stuff of fiction, researchers have been intrigued with developing a real-world version of an invisibility cloak that would have all sorts of viable uses, from allowing pilots landing a plane to turn the cockpit floors...Read full article

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