Scientists have found a way to create an invisibility cloak
Scientists have discovered a way to hide large objects from sight using inexpensive and readily available lenses. You can make the object invisible, and surrounding environment is not distorted.
To make the invisibility cloak, scientists use four lenses that are on the same line at a certain distance from each other. This technique helps to make objects invisible. This technique was developed at the University of Rochester in new York. Cloak of Rochester (so it is claimed) is not a material thing; rather it is a series of layered lenses which makes the object invisible, if you stand at a certain distance from each other.
This is one of the first methods of camouflage that helps hide objects in three directions when viewed at different angles. At the moment this device (which allows you to make things invisible) costs $ 1000.