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Human Transparency
Human Transparency
Human Transparency
Human Transparency
Human Transparency
Human Transparency
Human Transparency
Human Transparency
Human Transparency
Human Transparency
Human Transparency
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Human Transparency

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The slides were prepared by Sahil Jain at IIIT-Delhi. …

The slides were prepared by Sahil Jain at IIIT-Delhi.
It deals with the various methods by which human transparency can be achieved. The various research that have been going on in different parts of the world have been depicted.

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  • 1. Human Transparency Presentation by: Sahil Jain IIIT-Delhi
  • 2. What if you could simply throw on a cloak and disappear from sight?
  • 3. Human Transparency (Invisibility Cloak) We know about the invisible cloak that Harry Potter has. Ever dreamt of having one in your wardrobe?? May be its possible !!!!
  • 4. The Mirage Effect: Carbon Nanotubes  Mirage Effect: The refraction swings the light rays up toward the viewer’s eyes instead of bouncing them off the surface.  Carbon Nanotubes: Sheets of carbon wrapped up into cylindrical tubes barely as thick as a molecule These sheets are also excellent conductors of heat, making them ideal mirage-makers.
  • 5.  Sheets were heated electrically  This transferred the heat to the surrounding area (a petri dish of water).  This caused light to bend away from the carbon nanotube sheet, effectively cloaking anything behind it with invisibility.  Practically not yet possible, but the experiment shows the potential for such materials.
  • 6. Metamaterials: Bending Light Waves  Tiny, artificial structures  Smaller than the wavelength of light  Exhibit negative electromagnetic properties  Natural materials all have a positive refractive index  If we alter the structure of a material on a small enough scale, we can force a switch from positive to negative refraction
  • 7. Optical Camouflage: Altered Reality  Coat made from retro- reflective material  Covered with thousands and thousands of small beads  When light strikes one of these beads, the light rays bounce back exactly in the same direction from which they came.  The glass beads act like prisms, bending the light rays by refraction.
  • 8. One way to make a person appear transparent
  • 9.  A digital video camera captures the scene behind the person wearing the cloak.  The computer processes the captured image and makes the calculations  The projector receives the enhanced image from the computer and shines the image onto the combiner.  The silvered half of the mirror bounces the projected image towards the person wearing the cloak.  The cloak acts like a movie screen, reflecting light directly back to the source.  Light rays bouncing off the cloak pass through the transparent part of the mirror and fall on the user's eyes
  • 10. Useful Links  http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=PD83dqSf C0Y  http://www.newscientist.com/article/dn13156 -acoustic-superlens-could-mean-finer- ultrasound-scans.html  http://www.newscientist.com/data/doc/article /dn19554/instant_expert_7_- _metamaterials.pdf  http://www.wired.com/wired/archive/11.08/p wr_invisible_pr.html
  • 11. Thank You

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