Instant Index: Scientists Make ‘Invisibility Cloak’ a Reality

By ABC News

Mar 27, 2013 4:42pm

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Celebration in Technicolor
From around the world today, images from the Hindu festival Holi made their way into our newsroom. The festival of colors marks the start of spring and the triumph of good over evil.

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Invisibility Cloak
Scientists at the University of Texas in Austin are perfecting an invisibility cloak. It’s made of copper fishnet that cancels out light waves. Ultimately, they want the cloak to work in broad daylight. Right now, it only works in microwave light.

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