Ultrathin "stealth sheet" can hide and fake heat signatures

Metamaterials that cloak people and objects from radar, visible light or infrared are usually thick and heavy, but now engineers at the University of Wisconsin-Madison have developed an ultrathin, lightweight sheet that absorbs heat signatures and can even present false ones…
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Cloaking

Infrared

Light

Materials

Metamaterials

Nanowires

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University of Wisconsin

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