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Custom camouflage

May 21, 2014

box on a shelf with a printed camouflage pattern Researchers from Massachusetts Institute of Technology and several other institutions developed a series of new algorithms that can analyze photos of a scene taken from multiple perspectives and produce a camouflage covering for an object placed within it. The new algorithms produce patterns that could be used to hide eyesores in public places. Full Story

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