Tuesday, October 22, 2013

3D Printed Invisibility Cloak? Yes Please!

Science has made leaps with 3D printing, perhaps one of the most astounding technological advances in recent years. As we"ve seen, scientists have been able to develop functioning organs, bones and tissue using a person"s own stem cells, prosthetic limbs, 3D printed guns that can withstand the force of firing a bullet and cars (among many other things). Hell, 3D printers can even print other 3D printers, which could have some cool implications for using the technology to build the first human base on the moon or Mars. The sky is the limit.

In recent news, a team of researchers have combined two awesome technologies into an exceptionally exciting product: an invisibility cloak created by a 3D printer -- the very first of its kind.

To read the full article, see: http://www.fromquarkstoquasars.com/3d-printed-invisibility-cloak-yes-please/

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