United Dynamics Corp. does not carry or stock or sell Camouflage. We only license our exclusive D3P = Digital Disruptive Depth Patterns.

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These patterns are copyrighted 2002, 2003 HyperStealth, All Rights Reserved. Patterns may be licensed for use only with permission.

 

D3P Night Version

D3P = Digital Disruptive Depth Pattern

The pattern utilizes special techniques to give it a positive (depth) design while still incorporating omni directional digital pattern for use in negative areas. Trees and solid objects are positive areas which is what a hunter would stand against and requires a positive type camouflage such as tree bark camo. A moving object within a negative area is quickly picked out in positive style camouflage. D3P is omni (all) directional with the pattern which is also enhanced in that no sharp edges occur in the pattern due to the pixilation on all edges.


D3P Snow Version

D3P = Digital Disruptive Depth Pattern

The initial attempted pattern on the right (picture to left) was to white for positive areas such as trees and solid objects, the second pattern on the left was great for positive areas but stands out in negative areas, flat areas with little to no cover. The design was compromised for overall requirements with enough positive blend so as to not stand out in a positive area while still allowing for negative area movement with few dark areas which would attract the eye.

 

D3P Urban Version

D3P = Digital Disruptive Depth Pattern

The pattern utilizes special techniques to give it a positive (depth) design while still incorporating omni directional digital pattern for use in negative areas.

 

 

D3P Woodland Version

D3P = Digital Disruptive Depth Pattern

The pattern utilizes special techniques to give it a positive (depth) design while still incorporating omni directional digital pattern for use in negative areas.

 

D3P Desert Version

D3P = Digital Disruptive Depth Pattern

The pattern utilizes special techniques to give it a positive (depth) design while still incorporating omni directional digital pattern for use in negative areas. The HyperStealth D3P Desert pattern is compared to the new MARPAT on the right.

 

D3P Tropical-Temperate Version

D3P = Digital Disruptive Depth Pattern

The pattern utilizes special techniques to give it a positive (depth) design while still incorporating omni directional digital pattern for use in negative areas.

These patterns are copyrighted 2002 by Guy Cramer, All Rights Reserved. Patterns may only be used only with permission.

 

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