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Seeland InVis® Camo
InVis® is a multipurpose camo design based on how the brain interprets the surroundings. This unique camouflage is made of fractals which are repeating shapes found in nature.
Based on scientific data and studies on how animals perceive shapes and color, and in coorperation with industry leading experts, we have developed this multi-purpose camouflage technology that will make you blend in with the landscape whereever your next hunt might take you.
Our InVis® camouflage is developed in collaboration with world-renowned camo expert, Guy Cramer. The science-driven design is based on the newest data and technology in the camouflage industry, ensuring you complete coverage when you’re stalking through the woods.
In this camo, everything from the color to the types of fractals and the placement of the patterns used is designed to optimize your hunting situation, and by strategically placing woodland elements like branch geometries well known to the animal, you won’t look like an anomaly but instead smoothly fall in with the background of the forest.
Our InVis® camouflage is developed by world-renowned experts just for Seeland
InVis® is a successful multipurpose camo design based on the woodlands of the northern hemisphere. This unique camouflage is made of fractals, which are defined as repeating shapes found in nature. Studies show that the brain will overlook the camouflage, giving you those extra crucial seconds when stalking close to the quarry.
Our InVis® camo is a high-tech camo based on scientific data and studies on how animals perceive shapes and color. This camouflage is unique to the Seeland brand and is developed in collaboration with world-renowned camo experts, Guy Cramer and Timothy O’Neill, Ph.D.
Guy Cramer explains that;
"it should cause the animal to see through the hunter and not look at the hunter. This causes the animal to stay rather than run if it smells or hears something close. If it cannot see an anomaly, it shouldn’t bolt."
In O'Neill's view;
"it is best to tailor the spatial characteristics and color palette of a camouflage pattern to the specific environment and tactical position where those using the camouflage would be inclined to hide."