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Invisibility Cloak Rochester Cloak

A team of researchers, lead by physicist John Howell, have created a real-life invisibility cloak. Called the Rochester Cloak, it's made from a combination of optical lenses, and basically, any object that passes behind a certain line of sight can be made to disappear from view. More specifically, a simplified four-lens system is used to bend light around any objects you put into the middle of the chain, or in other words, you're able to see the area in the background as normal, but not the item in the foreground. Click here to view the first image in today's viral picture gallery. Continue reading for the five most popular viral videos today, including one explaining why Apple needs Samsung.

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