5 New Cloaking Technologies Set to Make Invisibility a Reality in the Near Future

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Sound Cloaking

In 2014, news of a 3-D sound cloaking device hit the Web. Duke engineers at the Pratt School of Engineering developed a pyramid-like structure that gives off the illusion by rerouting sound waves. The cloak essentially makes the contents beneath the structure vanish to sonar.

 

 

 

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