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Light and sound waves can be passed around objects, making them invisible since there is no shadow behind the object, by means of special meta-materials. Karlsruhe Institute of Technology researchers, who previously developed the world's first three-dimensional invisibility cloak for visible light, now succeeded in demonstrating that these special materials can also be used to specifically influence the propagation of heat. A structured plate of copper and silicon was shown to conduct heat around a central area without the edge being affected.
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