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World’s first 3D acoustic cloaking device created.

By April 5, 2014No Comments

Engineers and scientists at Duke University have developed an “acoustic cloaking deivce” using “metamaterials”. The device passively disrupts sound waves in such a way that the device itself, and anything within it, can not be detected acousticly. The result is that the sound waves behave as if they are reflected from a flat surface. Professor of Electrical and Computer Engineering, Steven Cummer, is the leader of this design project.

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World’s first 3D acoustic cloaking device created.


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