Disorder is usually connected with opacity: the impossibility to transmit information due to the randomization of light paths. On the other hand, disorder is also responsible for a peculiar phenomenon which is the Anderson localization, trapping light into standing waves occupying a tiny space.
By exploiting light localization into an optical fiber, we demonstrated (in a recent journal paper) that disorder may be used to host single-modes: the purest form of light transmission allowing for light traveling without interfering with other optical paths. In this case, the disorder is responsible for a purer form of transparency and not for opacity.
The result may found applications in endoscopy and telecommunications.