Patent Camouflage

Imagine that you want to camouflage yourself. One way to do so might be to pick objects from your surroundings and attach them to your clothing. But how exactly? Answers are provided in a new US patent (Jan. 29th 2013) from two Utah-based inventors (both named Morgan). Their patent : entitled ‘Systems and methods for providing modular camouflage’ describes how camouflage material, which may include -

“… natural foliage as selected by the user from the surroundings of the user, such as branches, twigs, grasses, leaves, and bracts.“

- can be attached to one’s clothing with a novel methodology. Providing the effect shown here :

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