The possibilities are endless with an innovative camouflaging process like this.
True, the government uses this camouflage printing method for military equipment experiments, but the same process can be done to European mounts, hunting gear, and most anything else.
There are also ways to do something similar in a DIY fashion. No matter what your preference of camouflage or item, this is simply cool technology that’s actually really relaxing to watch.
While spray paint and a bucket of water may not do the same thing, I’m up for trying it. Either way, this is really cool camouflage printing technology that seems so much more efficient than the current FABRIC method.