Physicist designs invisibility cloak that is thinner, lighter and more invisible than its predecessors.
A Canadian company called Hyperstealth says that it's developed a wearable cloak that uses "Quantum Stealth" technology to provides complete invisibility across the visible, infrared, and ultraviolet spectrum by bending light around objects. We're pretty sure that this is mostly or entirely not true, so stick with us while we explain why we're so skeptical.
Duke University scientists David Smith and Nathan Landy have achieved "perfect invisibility" — something that researchers around the world have been working on for years. Up until now, cloaking has been incomplete as each test has reflected some light back and made the object appear only partially hidden.