Stealth Camouflage


Electronic camouflage technology that uses optical refraction to make the wearer blend into the surrounding environment.

Developed by Dr. Hal Emmerich of ArmsTech.

It was initially employed by special forces units in stealth operations, but it proved to be impractical in actual combat situations.

Its drawbacks include enormous power consumption, susceptibility to vibration and shock, and easy detection by infrared heat sensors.

There are even reports of wearers' bodies being damaged by the massive amount of electromagnetic radiation emitted while stealth camouflage is in use.