Surface wave illusions and cloaks

Posted on August 26, 2014

A general method for transforming between two surfaces has been described in a Scientific Reports paper "Illusions and Cloaks for Surface Waves". This work takes concepts first explored in earlier work and extends and applies them to arbitrary surfaces, creating cloaks that turn bumps into flat surfaces and also making flat surfaces look bumpy via illusions. 

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