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KING5 News: New Antenna Could Change the World
A new flat antenna could change the way we connect to people around the world. Redmond-based Kymeta has been working on a lightweight, flat antenna that could give people broadband internet as long as they have a view of the sky.
"It's an incredible time right now," said Kundtz. "I mean, it's hard to really communicate quickly how many different ways we've innovated here and how impactful that's going to be in the long term. We're just getting started."READ MORE >
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Pre-Kymeta Series Part 2: The Invisibility Cloak
With every revolutionary idea, comes skepticism and criticism. In 2002, metamaterials and negative refraction became a topic of intense controversy. Specifically, whether a beam bending in the “wrong” direction violated the fundamental laws of physics. Several groups questioned the entire reality of negative refraction and metamaterials — concepts that were extremely confusing to many people.