Optical camouflage is a hypothetical type of active camouflage currently only in a very primitive stage of development. The idea is relatively straightforward: to create the illusion of invisibility by covering an object with something that projects the scene directly behind that object.
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Although optical is a term that technically refers to all forms of light, most proposed forms of optical camouflage would only provide invisibility in the visible portion of the spectrum. Prototype examples and proposed designs of optical camouflage devices range back to the late eighties at least, and the concept began to appear in fiction in the late nineties.
At present, many researchers doubt the suitability of pattern painting effect under current reconnaissance conditions. This is mainly owing to expensive expenses of aero photography. The paper probes into and utilizes the visual scene of three-dimension to simulate the aero photography, and carries on the simulation detection research of optical camouflage effect, then carries on the optimum.
This paper describes a kind of active camouflage system named optical camouflage. Optical camouflage uses the retro-reflective projection technology, a projection-based augmented-reality system composed of a projector with a small iris and a retro-reflective screen. The object that needs to be made transparent is painted or covered with retro-reflective material.
This paper presents a new type of optical camouflage system based on the retro-reflective projection technology. Retro-reflective projection is a method used to create augmented reality that.
In this paper we present for the first time, the development of a new system for the off-line optical recognition of the characters used in the Orthodox Hellenic Byzantine Music Notation, that has.
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