“Scientists from the University of the Philippines’ National Institute of Physics (NIP) recently built on the work of US scientists to create an affordable “invisibility cloak” which, though it might not be at Harry-Potter levels just yet, is cheap enough for even high school students to experiment with making things disappear.

Researchers Miguel Revilla, JC Lorenzo, and Nathaniel Hermosa found a way to make an invisibility cloak out of readily available off-the-shelf parts, including optics salvaged from old office equipment.”

The full article of the researchers’ interview may be viewed at the link below:

UP scientists invent invisibility cloak for classroom use

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