The Latest in Invisibilty

Invisibility cloaking technology in real life is catching up to Harry Potter. Can you tell which of the following photos are legit and which aren't? The answer is at the bottom.

Canadian company creates"'quantum stealth" fabric that bends light around person or object, creating the illusion of invisibility. DETAILS

Canadian company creates"'quantum stealth" fabric that bends light around person or object, creating the illusion of invisibility. DETAILS

Here researchers of metamaterial, a complex hybrid structure of metal and insulator that makes light move around an object like air flowing over an airplane wing. In a process called refraction, these materials interact with light in such a way that it travels faster through the metamaterial than it does through a vacuum, the famed C in Einstein´s special theory of relativity. SOURCE

Here researchers of metamaterial, a complex hybrid structure of metal and insulator that makes light move around an object like air flowing over an airplane wing. In a process called refraction, these materials interact with light in such a way that it travels faster through the metamaterial than it does through a vacuum, the famed C in Einstein´s special theory of relativity. SOURCE

A full-parameter unidirectional metamaterial cloak for microwaves. DETAILS

A full-parameter unidirectional metamaterial cloak for microwaves. DETAILS

Augmented Reality Technology: DETAILS

Augmented Reality Technology: DETAILS

Taking the principal that to see through something you need to see what's behind it, they covered the driver's side of the car in mats of LEDs, and mounted a digital SLR camera on the opposite side of the vehicle. READ MORE

Taking the principal that to see through something you need to see what's behind it, they covered the driver's side of the car in mats of LEDs, and mounted a digital SLR camera on the opposite side of the vehicle. READ MORE

Chair in a house in Alabama chosen semi-randomly.

Chair in a house in Alabama chosen semi-randomly.

Answer: All of the above photos are legitimate, although the empty chair is not a demonstration of invisibility tech. It's just an empty chair.