CadPat Camo 

Pioneered by the Canadian Forces in 1996, CadPat was the world’s first digital camo pattern. Traditional camouflage like the ones we’ve talked about, use macropatterns which have sharp outlines and are easier to see. Digital camo, however, uses pixelated micropatterns which blur together and dither at a distance making them more difficult to pick out. This breakthrough revolutionized military camouflage and almost all modern armed forces use some forms of pixelated camo.


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