Friday, January 6, 2012

Time Cloak makes one invisible

Time Cloak

In Washington Scientists at Cornell University have made an incident invisible, this is made possible by equipping time masker. The audience cannot see a thief just entering a museum and coming out stealing a printing thus making the whole sequence invisible. Actually the event happened as the time cloak lasts a very small fraction of a fraction of a second. The news was put in the journal Nature on Thursday. The Scientists adjusted the lens with the time gap but not the light flow. During this one part of the light will be faster and the next will be slower making gap and masking the event. Scientists are making their maiden attempt and the concept technology theoretically found by Martin McCall, the Professor theoretical optics at Imperial College in London.

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