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Duke researchers unveil 'invisibility cloak' device
[Chicago Final Edition]
Chicago Tribune - Chicago, Ill.
Author: Los Angeles Times
Date: Oct 20, 2006
Start Page: 3
Section: News
Abstract (Document Summary)

Taking a page from movies and comic books, researchers at Duke University have developed what they call an "invisibility cloak," a primitive device that hides objects by bending electromagnetic waves so they flow around the object like water around a rock. Because none of the waves are reflected back at the observer, the object appears to be invisible.

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