Super vision

Using techniques adapted from astronomy, physicists are finding ways to see through opaque materials such as living tissue.

Scientists at the University of Twente in the Netherlands have found a way to see through opaque barriers, Nature reports. This is done by recording wavelengths from visible light, which can pass through solid material like paint or skin. Researchers are now working on methods to reassemble scattered light that has passed through opaque barriers to create a useable image on the other side.

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