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This page from a research group at Duke University examines methods of cloaking and invisibility in science fiction and fantasy and compares those technologies with the research group's results. The possibilities and limitations of cloaking technology are explored in the conclusion of the article.
%0 Electronic Source %A Smith, David %D May 28, 2006 %T Cloaking and Invisibility: Fact and Fiction %V 2016 %N 29 July 2016 %8 May 28, 2006 %9 text/html %U http://people.ee.duke.edu/~drsmith/cloaking.html
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