Tag Archives: 2-D

Cloaking Technology Sunders Tsunamis

We haven’t covered much cloaking technology and that’s a shame because it’s starting to come into its own. Stefan Enoch at the Fresnel Institute in Marseille, France says that established cloaking principles, such as steering microwave light around an object, could be applied to ocean waves. Because cloaking technology is still in its infancy, scientists are still working on tackling ...

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NYU Student Makes 2-D Girlfriend to Cure Loneliness

In more depressing news, nerdy engineer Drew Burrows has created a 2-D virtual image projected from the ceiling to your bedsheets called: INBED. Reminiscent of the virtual guard dog, this 2-D image interacts via “infrared sensitive” light, making it respond to various actions you’d do to a loved one while laying in the sack. Except for sex. As for satisfying ...

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