Latest Military camouflage Stories

2013-03-15 23:00:39

Concrete stain manufacturer, Concrete Camouflage® has released new additions to their artist grade concrete stain line. Once again surpassing industry standards, the new line now includes a count of 23 unique concrete acid stain colors. Dallas, Texas (PRWEB) March 15, 2013 While still gaining early popularity, concrete stain was originally available in only 6 basic and similar colors. Many in the industry believed that concrete acid stain simply could not be made better than it was, or...

2013-01-28 23:03:28

With a newly designed site to match their growing business, Northwest HydroPrint is turning into a hyrdographic coatings leader. Montesano, WA (PRWEB) January 28, 2013 Northwest Hydroprint, a hydrographic camo dipping company that specializes in transforming sporting goods into awesome camouflage designs, has recently launched its newly designed website and is adding two more camo patterns to their hydrographic catalog. The company´s redesigned site,...

What Do A Kindle And Cuttlefish Have In Common?
2012-09-26 16:20:42

Research out today from a multidisciplinary team headed by the University of Cincinnati examines parallels between e-Paper technology (the technology behind sunlight-readable devices like the Kindle) and biological organisms that change color. Over millions of years, biological organisms — from the chameleon and cuttlefish to the octopus and squid — have developed color-changing abilities for adaptive concealment (e.g., camouflage) and communication signaling (e.g., warning or...

War Paint Can Protect Against Bomb Blasts
2012-08-23 05:28:46

Lee Rannals for redOrbit.com - Your Universe Online While most men would have a problem with wearing makeup, if your face is coated with this new technology it might just save your life, or at least maybe keep your nose from melting off. A new camouflage makeup technology was revealed on Wednesday at the 244th National Meeting & Exposition of the American Chemical Society. The new age war paint can do more than just hide your face amongst the leaves, but can actually act as a...

Key Features For Successful Camouflage Focused on By Octopuses
2012-05-24 07:42:35

Octopuses camouflage themselves by matching their body pattern to selected features of nearby objects, rather than trying to match the entire larger field of view, according to new research published in the open access journal PLoS ONE. The animals have evolved sophisticated camouflaging abilities in response to intense predation pressure, but many of the details of this mechanism remain unknown. Now, the researchers of the current study, led by Noam Josef of Ben-Gurion University in...

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