90 degrees bending of Light and Sound

15 Apr


How to Mimic Optical Black Holes:
90 degrees bending of Light and Sound
just by playing around with Density, Compressibility OR permitivity of materials.

“Enhanced control of light and sound trajectories with three-dimensional gradient index lenses”


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Published on Mar 24, 2012 by 

Video abstract for the article ‘Enhanced control of light and sound trajectories with three-dimensional gradient index lenses’ by T M Chang, G Dupont, S Enoch and S Guenneau (T M Chang et al 2012 New J. Phys. 14 035011).

Read the full article in New Journal of Physics at:
http://iopscience.iop.org/1367-2630/14/3/035011/article

//”Wider implications. Future studies might include experimental validation of enhanced light and sound waves in such invisible devices.”//

Figure. Spherical Eaton lens consisting of 11 isotropic dielectric layers that bends the trajectory of a Gaussian beam incident from below.

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