by David Crane
Since we’ve just published articles on Tactical Assault Camouflage (TACAM) and Millenium Texture Series Camouflage (MilTex camouflage), we thought we should also mention Dual Texture Camouflage (Dual-Tex camouflage). Dual Texture Series Camouflage (Dual-Tex) is a digital/digitized camouflage pattern developed in the 1970’s, and a progenitor to modern digital camouflage patterns/digitized camouflage patterns like Fracture Camouflage, TACAM, MilTex, and CADPAT/MARPAT. Dual-Tex camouflage was originally designed/developed by Lieutenant Colonel Timothy R. O’Neill (U.S. Army, Retired). Mr. O’Neill is now a West Point professor.
According to Guy Cramer, president/CEO of Hyperstealth Biotechnology Corp. and United Dynamics Corp., "Lieutenant Colonel Timothy R. O’Neill (U.S. Army, Retired), a West Point professor of engineering psychology, can be called the father of digital camouflage with the development of Dual-Tex, and his understanding of visual biophysics and human visual performance makes him the leading expert in the field of camouflage."
Click on the link below to visit the Dual Texture Camouflage (Dual-Tex Camouflage) page at the United Dynamics Corp. website, and learn more about it:…