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Here's some video about the cloaking device you might wanna watch: youtube.com/watch?v=_EB6WY…
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URL YouTube How Does Cloaking Work in the Real World? For a more detailed description of how this device works, watch: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=vtKBzwKfP8E If you're a fan of Harry Potter or Star Trek, yo...
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Remember guys, the device should look like this: pic.twitter.com/wW5xvpzxg5
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4th. Separate the two sets by t2=2 f2 (f1+ f2) / (f1— f2) apart, so that the two f2 lenses are t2 apart. #SOS
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3rd. Do the same in Step 2 for the other two lenses. #SOS
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... So f1 lens is the first lens, f2 is the 2nd lens, and they are separated by t1= f1+ f2 #SOS
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2nd Separate the first 2 lenses by the sum of their focal lengths #SOS ...
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1st. Purchase 2 sets of 2 lenses with different focal lengths f1 and f2 (4 lenses total, 2 with f1 focal length, and 2 with f2 focal length)
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This is the concept image you need to build it: pic.twitter.com/1xAZxnIc1S
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We're gonna deliver you the steps of making your own cloaking device. #SOS
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Everyone can make this device at home. #SOS
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The device is not only simple in use, but also in the making process.
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It would be a great help for them to reduce their inability to see the organs that they operate. #SOS | @jajangjaelani93
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This device can be used by surgeons to look through their hand so they can see what they're operating. #SOS | @jajangjaelani93
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@faikarmarzuq let's hope that in the next few years, we can use such device at our home for everyday uses. :D
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But, Joseph Choi added that they have slightly more complicated designs that solve the problem.
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So, if you put an object right on the center point where the ray of light meets, the cloaking would fail. #SOS
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This means that the cloaked region is shaped like a doughnut. #SOS
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"This cloak bends light and sends it through the center of the device, so the on-axis region cannot be blocked or cloaked,” said Choi.
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@faikarmarzuq okay! This is how the device looks like if it's given a ray of light. pic.twitter.com/pP4fEBmpRU
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