Originally Posted by Nuclee369
and the human eye visually picks up on movement, and ghillies move and the colors cause irregularity causing them to be useless within 150 feet (usually the farthest apart you'll be able to hit on a paintball field) but they use this in the militairy because they can be half miles away from an infantry while sniping, but also in science we found digital camo was more effective than image camo, and black was suprisingly the most effective of them all,
One of the reasons a good ghillie suit is effective is that it moves with the wind. Nothing says "sniper at your feet" like a patch of grass that isn't moving in the breeze.
I suggest you get someone with STA experience to get in a ghillie suit and run your experiment again.
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