CamoScience App Turns Photos Into Camouflage Designs

Posted: Feb 28 2011, 10:25am CST | by , in News | Mobile Phones

CamoScience App turns Photos into Camouflage Designs
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App makes custom camo

A new app has been designed for smartphones and tablets that will take the photos you shoot with the devices camera and make them into camouflage designs. The app is called CamoScience and turns site-specific photos into photographic camouflage.

"'Photographic Camouflage' is the term I coined four years ago to describe any 'camera-derived' camo design," said K. Dominic Cincotti, MW Research and Development President. "Photographic Camouflage is the new field of advanced CCD, because of this process and the precision blending it affords, across the range of our patent-pending technologies."

The app will let the user of devices like the iPad 2 turn the photos into a touchscreen grip. The grip will give hand traction to keep the iPad 2 safely in the user's hands when they are walking around. The app is set to launch in April. Some of the tech for the app was designed to show special forces military personnel how the camouflage could be optimized for each location.

"Photographic Camouflage and CamoScience can apply not only to the military, but also to commercial uses for hunters, outdoorsmen, and custom clothing designers," Cincotti said. "Camouflage is more popular than ever."

"The Army's recent transformative decision to begin to issue smartphones and touchscreen devices to soldiers "dovetails with MW Research and Development's coming slate of applications, the first of which is CamoScience," Cincotti said. "We've always asked the trainers and the operators, 'What solutions do you need? What problems can we solve?' -- and now we can put those answers at their fingertips."

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