Invisible Technology

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Invisible technology
Invisibility has long been one of the marvels of science fiction and fantasy, from the pages of The Invisible Man, to the magic invisibility cloak of the Harry Potter books. Yet, this is actually a modern technology initiated from ancient magical or miraculous occurrence. Invisibility is the state of an object that cannot be seen which in nature this is known as transparency. Now, Japanese scientist has successfully invented a real functioning invisible cloak using the theory of mirage or often considered as supreme camouflage. How it works?  A famous method used by scientist is a stone in a river technique, in which the water passes around it, but leaves no trace of a stone being in the water where the light waves pass around that object and bend the light on its surface, leaving no visible aspects of it, possibly not even a shadow. Holographic presentation

Holographic technology is a technology that using light beam to appear a 3 Dimensional image in real scenarios. For example, legendary Elvis Presley who is died for decades ago been “resurrected” and for the first time made his live performance with the famous singer Celine Dion in American Idol concert. Although we can see image of Elvis Presley very clearly and look alive but it is actually just a virtual image generated by hologram projector. Holographic technology are founded by The Hungarian-British physicist Dennis Gabor and The development of the laser enabled the first practical optical holograms that recorded 3D objects to be made in 1962 by Yuri Denisyuk in the Soviet Union. This technology is actually following the theory of illumination of rainbow which based on reflection of light concepts.

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