Actor Rupert Grant has revealed he wishes to wear an invisibility cloak, similar to the one worn in `Harry Potter`, at music festivals.
Researchers have developed liquid crystal flowers, which resemble Dragonfly`s eyes and can be used as complex lenses, with the help of sand grains.
A team of researchers have proposed the first design for an active cloak that draws energy from a battery, allowing objects to become undetectable to radio sensors over a greater range of frequencies.
Scientists have designed a new invisibility cloak which can hide objects over a wide range of frequencies, taking us a step closer to Harry Potter styled cloak.
Researchers have discovered a molecular invisibility cloak that enables HIV, the virus that causes AIDS, to hide inside cells of the body without triggering the body`s natural defence systems.
Scientists have discovered a naturally occurring ‘invisibility cloak’ on human skin that can block mosquitoes` ability to smell and target their victims.
Scientists have created an invisibility cloak just like the one depicted in the ` Harry Potter` movies.
Scientists have developed an "invisibility" time cloak which is able to hide events in a continuous stream of light.
Researchers have created a new disc-shaped plastic invisibility cloak, using a standard 3D printer that deflects microwave beams to make objects disappear.
Researchers have developed a thin material to help make things "invisible" within a limited range of light waves.
Harry Potter brace yourselves! You could soon become a proud owner of a real-life invisibility cloak.
A new approach that allows objects to become “invisible” has now been applied to an entirely different area.
Mathematicians have developed the theory for a ‘Harry Potter’ style ’cloaking’ device.
Researchers have for the first time cloaked a three-dimensional object standing in free space, bringing the much-talked-about invisibility cloak one step closer to reality.
Scientists have identified one of the crucial molecules that instructs the malaria parasite to employ its invisibility cloak.
BAE System’s scientists in Sweden have designed a new invisibility cloak, which could protect tanks from heat seeking missiles.
The magical cloak that featured in the Harry Potter series has become closer to reality, thanks to German scientists who’ve created a three-dimensional "invisibility cloak" that can hide objects by bending light waves.
The dream of every Harry Potter fan of owning an "invisibility cloak" seems to be soon coming true.
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