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June 30, 2014 AT 10:30 am

A fascinating light refraction experiment that effectively turns beakers invisible

Laughing Squid posted this fun video explaining the science behind light refraction and showing a neat “magic” trick experiment.

At-Bristol science presenter Ross Exton demonstrates a light refraction experiment where he effectively turns a series of beakers invisible using glycerol.

Invisibility cloaks might sound like science fiction, but Ross of the Live Science Team shows you how a trick of light can make things disappear in this great experiment to try at home!

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