Scientist thinks invisibility possible in future

Scientist thinks invisibility possible in future …

According to Dr Ulf Leonhardt, a theoretical physicist at St Andrews University in Scotland, Invisibility is an optical illusion that the object or person is not there. Leonhardt uses the example of water circling around a stone. The water flows in, swirls around the stone and then leaves as if nothing was there.

If you replace the water with light then you would not see that there was something present because the light is guided around the person or object. You would see the light coming from the scenery behind as if there was nothing in front,” he said.

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