Humans and most other animals are only able to see light in the visible spectrum. But what about infrared, which the alien in Predator famously uses to see prey approaching just by their heat signature. Why can't we do that?
While some work toward an invisibility cloak, University of Illinois professor Nicholas Fang is taking steps to create a similar material, only for sound, that could, for example, make ships invisible to SONAR. To successfully do this, of course, requires we break the laws of physics. But, you know, whatever.
Like concept cars, you either love a concept phone or hate it. Pantech's four designs are probably have a win ratio of 2-1-1, which isn't too bad. The first is Incense, which is long and has no screen. Maybe it folds out? It looks like an incense holder had a drunken night with an iPod and its glossy surface and gave…