The cloak of invisibility

Whilst hunting for cartoon material I came across some publications on invisibility cloaks.  Well, who would have thought that could even be a vague possibility, but it turns out it mightn’t be as incredible as you would immediately think.  All you need are nanomaterials mixed in with a bit of nanotechnology. Check out this video.  And it’s not just Texan scientists exploring the wonders of nanotechnology. A simple Google  search will show various science teams across the globe (Germany, London, Japan, Sweden) getting in on the action. Who knows, by 2020 we’ll all be armed with a Harry Potter invisibility cloak – don’t leave home without one

2 Comments on “The cloak of invisibility”

  1. john Mc says:

    HA. Ha. The old whites and darks sort won’t work any more.
    I watched Harry #5 last night. Must be synchronicity.

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