CAMOUFLAGE, HERE WE COME IN OUR SPRING AND AUTUMN DOTTED VARIATIONS
So, he stood up and said:
“Our task to differentiate is getting harder and harder –not only do they use a big variety of combinations of materials, coloration, but also illumi- nation for concealment, there by making themselves hard to see.
The majority of camouflage methods aims for crypsis, often through a general resemblance to the background, high contrast disruptive color- ation, eliminating shadow, and countershading. Where there is no back- ground, the principal methods of camouflage are transparency, silvering, and countershading.
Another group hides by disguising as something else (mimesis).
And the third approach, motion dazzle, confuses the observer with a conspicuous pattern, making the object visible but momentarily harder to locate.
The different manners of camouflage have come up to a level, where a wide range of hallucinations are created when you come closer, and after a period of time you start to believe that hallucination is part of yourself.”