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(Ars Technica)   It doesn't look like anything to me   ( divider line
    More: Interesting, Invisibility, Facial recognition system, Cloak of invisibility, different smaller systems, images work, shorter term, use of such data, Cloak  
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2020-04-10 6:02:15 PM  
"crowds," really? after that strenuously long endorsement you end the first paragraph with "crowds"?
2020-04-10 7:22:35 PM  
Yeah....that'll work for about a month or two.
2020-04-10 7:33:22 PM  
Slap the word Gucci on it and plenty of people will pay a lot of money to wear it.
2020-04-10 8:58:06 PM  
Sounds like what they did with ships in WW1  - it worked until radar came along.

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That's a ship?
2020-04-10 11:50:26 PM  
It's a schooner.

Day_Old_Dutchie: Sounds like what they did with ships in WW1  - it worked until radar came along.

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That's a ship?​c​amouflage
"Unlike other forms of camouflage, the intention of dazzle is not to conceal but to make it difficult to estimate a target's range, speed, and heading. Norman Wilkinson explained in 1919 that he had intended dazzle primarily to mislead the enemy about a ship's course and so cause them to take up a poor firing position.[a]"
2020-04-11 1:25:33 AM  
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2020-04-11 2:09:30 AM  
I see a sailboat.
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