Scientists have developed a way for us to have Superman's powers by de-scattering the light passing through a material and reconstructing it in to a clear three-dimensional image.

Israeli scientists find a way to look through image-blurring materials.

Researchers Ori Katz, Eran Small, and Yaron Silberberg of the Weizmann Institute of Science, Rehovot, Israel, have developed a method which allows them to see through image-blurring materials – such shower curtains, frosted glass, or living cells – in real time.  The technology works by de-scattering the light passing through a material and reconstructing it in to a clear three-dimensional image through the use of “wavefront shaping” technology.

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