Contact: Sarah Cogan
Optical Society of America
Caption: This figure shows that the object in the center of the cloak (letters OSA) stays cold, while the heat diffuses elsewhere. The source of the heat is on the left-hand side and at a constant temperature of 100°C, and the material inside the invisibility region remains cold.
Credit: Image courtesy Sebastien Guenneau, Institut Fresnel, CNRS/AMU
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