Wraps Inc. has unveiled today a patent-pending, camouflage technique
enabling military units to conceal vehicles, aircraft, UAVs,
boats or hardware by blending them in the surrounding scene.
The company unveiled the new camouflage at the U.S. Special
Operations trade show (SOFEX 2007) and will also display again
at the SpecOps East Warfighter Symposium and Expo next week.
to Trevor J. Kracker, president of Military Wraps, unlike the
'hyperstealth' technique that utilize computer graphics to deform
a pattern, Military-Wraps utilize proprietary 'Photo-Stealth'
and 'Photo-Real' site-specific camouflage technique to combine
photographic digital detailing and print them over vinyl-adhesive
wraps that are designed to match a surrounding terrain so vividly
that vehicles, weapons, and equipment can seem to disappear
into the surrounding battlefield environment. Military Wraps
was established earlier in 2007 to promote the new technology.
The company announced today it selected MACtac a subsidiary
of the Bemis Company, Inc., (NYSE:BMS), to deliver the vinyl
for the new system.
Image above: A typical application of Phot-Stealth' and
'Photo-Real' patterns applied over a British MWMIK
vehicle, demonstrates how Military Wraps technology can
be used with photo-realistic scene patterns to conceal vehicles
in a specific terrain. Image: Military-Wraps inc.