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Special light waves penetrate opaque materials – Innovation Origins

Researchers have succeeded in penetrating opaque material with special light waves as if the material did not even exist.

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It sounds almost like science fiction, but it is reality. With the help of very special light waves, so-called “scattering-invariant light modes,” opaque objects can be made transparent – at least for these light waves. Light normally cannot penetrate certain materials, or only to a limited extent, because the light is scattered, altered and deflected. But researchers at the Vienna University of Technology, Austria, and the University of Utrecht, Netherlands, have now been able to show that there…

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