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Researchers create special light waves that penetrate opaque materials – SlashGear

Researchers from Utrecht University and TU Wien (Vienna) have created special light waves that can penetrate opaque materials as if the material wasn’t there. The…

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Researchers from Utrecht University and TU Wien (Vienna) have created special light waves that can penetrate opaque materials as if the material wasn’t there. The beam of light can pass through a distorted medium and project the same picture onto a detector that would be detected without the medium in the way.
The researchers say that for any specific disordered medium, be the medium sugar cube or something else, tailor-made light beams can be constructed that are virtually unchanged by the medium….

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