Invisibility cloaks made of plastic can now be created at home using 3D printers, researchers show.
The first clues that cloaking devices might one day become more than science fiction, a la "Star Trek" began emerging seven or so years ago. Since then researchers have made such cloaks a reality by smoothly guiding rays of electromagnetic radiation such as microwave beams completely around objects so they proceed along their original trajectory as if nothing were there.
The first working invisibility cloaks were demonstrated using complex lab experiments. They can now, in principle, get made at home using 3D printers.
"I would argue that essentially anyone who can spend a couple thousand dollars on a non-industry- grade 3D printer can literally make a plastic cloak overnight," said researcher Yaroslav Urzhumov, an electrical engineer at Duke University.
Sorry that was Creative Learning not Creative and Learning :)
Local Schools. Start a program now.
You bet. The world is falling in love with the tech. The efficiencies are DISRUPTIVE. The platform is DISRUPTIVE.
Sudden pressure is exerted on a stock so the buyers can accumulate cheap shares ahead of some news. IMHO there is news on the way and the buyer knows it. Only time will tell if I am correct
that is the way they operate.
for months and months.
to add small amounts to my growing position. Revenues should ramp nicely by 2nd half of 2014. The company has stated their guidance.
PR just issued. Go DDD
I would want them if I could buy them.
It sure looks like the offering was absorbed with no problem on high demand
Just demonstrates the interest and demand for these shares.