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Indian Origin Researcher Comes Closer to Invisibility Watch

Right from the days of film "Mr India", the enthusiasm to explore the possibility of invenitn an invisibility cloak that would bend light around an object and makes it invisible to the naked eye is gaining momentum.

Debashis Chanda and his team at the University of Central Florida have managed to create an artificial nanostructure that can do the job, called metamaterials, with which they are able to develop a larger swath of multilayer 3D metamaterial.

Researchers have reportedly stated that control of electromagnetic resonances over the 3-D space by structural manipulation allows precise control over propagation of light and larger pieces of this special material can be created.

Researchers are hoping to develop large-area metamaterial absorbers, which would enable fighter jets to remain invisible from detection systems.

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