Dr. Andrea Alù, an assistant professor in the Department of Electrical and Computer Engineering in the Cockrell School at The University of Texas at Austin, takes us into his lab and explains plasmonic cloaking, the method he and his group have used to successfully mask the visibility of an object to the microwave spectrum.
Invisibility cloaking no longer seems to be relegated to the realm of science fiction. It's happening right now in a basement laboratory at The University of Texas at Austin. There are currently several different techniques to cloak the visibility of an object, but this video explores one of the most unique and innovative methods to date.
Provided by the Texas Advanced Computing Center