Cloaking clothes are used by Harry Potter to make himself invisible.
I have been thinking about the physical feasibility of such clothes. Would it be possible to actually make one? It has to redirect the light that falls on every side of me to the opposite side so it looks to someone looking at me if I'm not there.
I've been thinking about sensors in the clothes and internal (to the clothes), light and small computation devices to make this happen. The problem is obvious. The clothes move in unpredictable ways and have a huge variety of different forms. On top of that, there has to be communication between all opposite sides of the 2-dimensional surface of the cloaking mantle. There are zillions of photons coming in from all sides. It's very complicated.
Would it be feasible?