British scientists nearly invented invisibility cloak

Researchers based in London have developed a new material that has been able to make test objects "disappear."

The newly developed material seemed to have properties that makes objects disappear, all the while remaining small enough to coat objects, the Daily Mail reported.

While previous ventures to develop cloaking materials in the past revealed complex problems to seemingly simple hypotheses, the new material seemed to present a promising result, as it maintains portability, and may ultimately be used as a fabric of some sort.

Other products of such experiments demanded much from the technology back then, as other prototypes may have shown potential but fell short in terms of battery life and portability.

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