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‘Schrödinger’s Hat’ Uses Invisibility to Measure Quantum World
Mathematicians now suspect quirks in energy-cloaking metamaterials could be exploited to create powerful quantum probes called “Schrödinger’s hats.”
image caption: A “Schrödinger’s hat” metamaterial could trap a signal (red spike at center) from an atomic particle while leaving the signal’s source undisturbed. Image: A. Greenleaf et al./PNAS

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‘Schrödinger’s Hat’ Uses Invisibility to Measure Quantum World

Mathematicians now suspect quirks in energy-cloaking metamaterials could be exploited to create powerful quantum probes called “Schrödinger’s hats.”

image caption: A “Schrödinger’s hat” metamaterial could trap a signal (red spike at center) from an atomic particle while leaving the signal’s source undisturbed. Image: A. Greenleaf et al./PNAS