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invisibility

Scientists Made a Working Invisibility Cloak (But There's a Catch)

Researchers from Pennsylvania State University have created a device that uses “acoustic cloaking” technology.
Kaleigh Rogers
5.10.18
physics

You Will Never Be Invisible

The sci-fi dream of perfect passive invisibility will forever remain a dream, argue engineers.
Michael Byrne
7.6.16
Art

Meet the Body Painting Artist Blending Humans into Nature

Nude bodies get painted into jungle and desert landscapes to show the power of being one with the Earth.
Anna Marks
7.1.16
Opinion and Analysis

Invisibility Cloaking Still Isn't Much to Look At

Unless you're the size of a few human cells, you're too big to hide under science's current version of an invisibility cloak. That may change, but not for many years.
Ryan Faith
9.23.15
anxiety

This Is What It Feels Like to Be Invisible

New research suggests the state of invisibility makes your stress levels plummet.
Emiko Jozuka
4.23.15
Science

How to Win Money From the Air Force to Research Invisibility Cloaks

The Air Force is one of many government agencies that invests in invisibility research.
Kaleigh Rogers
3.16.15
Science

This Invisibility Cloak Actually Works, But Only In Fog and Milk

We're not sure what you'd use it for, but have at it.
Jason Koebler
6.6.14
MILITARY

Researchers Cracked How to Make 'Invisibility Cloaks' the Size of a Fighter Jet

Stealth tech just got better—or at least bigger.
Meghan Neal
4.2.14
Motherboard Blog

David R. Smith is Hidden in Plain Sight

Ah, invisibility. To simply disappear one's self is sort of _the_ recurring superpower dream, really - right up there with flight, or X-ray vision. "It just appeals to your imagination," says David R. Smith, a cloaking researcher at Duke University...
Brian Anderson
5.29.12
Ghost Recon: Future Soldier

Wolves in Electromagnetic Clothing

Metamaterials could outfit future soldiers with invisibility cloaks.
Zak Kiernan
5.16.12