You’re all amateurs at camouflage

Discussion in 'The NAAFI Bar' started by Wordsmith, Aug 13, 2011.

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  1. Wordsmith

    Wordsmith LE Book Reviewer

    You’re all amateurs at camouflage - Chinese artist Liu Bolin. Puts DPM to shame...


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  2. I've seen his stuff before. He'd be great, if he never moved. Or you only looked at him from 1 angle.

    There's a photo of him "disguised" as a JCB, which is very good
  3. Fuck off, this is me and my crew in Canada.

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  4. Can you see me in the snow?
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  5. A phone box with feet? Nah, I can't see him.
  6. Stacker needs some more cam&conceal training

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  7. I can see that Poppy creature...she's in amongst the Steak-Bakes. I can see her feet. She can't.
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  8. B_B heard the Ops officer is looking for him with deployment papers.

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  9. Is that your cock hanging out?
  10. HHH

    HHH LE

    Oh, deer, deer, the windows don't match !
  11. Can you see me in the snow? Action simulation aids the detection of visually degraded human motion.

    Using a novel paradigm, we demonstrate that action simulation can directly facilitate ongoing perception of people's movements. Point-light actors (PLAs) representing common human motions were shown embedded in a visual noise reminiscent of “TV snow”. At first, the PLAs were perceived clearly, then occluded from view for a short duration, during which it was hypothesized that a real-time action simulation was generated tracking the motion's course. The PLA then reappeared in motion at variable visibility against the noise, whilst detection thresholds for the reappearance were measured. In the crucial manipulation, the test motion was either temporally congruent with the motion as it would have continued during occlusion, and thus temporally matching the simulation, or temporally incongruent. Detection thresholds were lower for congruent than for incongruent reappearing motions, suggesting that reappearing motion that temporally matched the internal action simulation was more likely to be detected.
  12. Mr_Fingerz

    Mr_Fingerz LE Book Reviewer

    a shame that some of the pix don't show.

    Yes I can see what you did there. In a metaphorical, though not physical, way

    Bollx. I've just been wah'ed haven't I?
  13. All the piccies were there yesterday.How odd.
  14. Still there now, for me