I suppose anti-thermal would mean that it cannot be detected by infra-red devices. Right? Somehow that looks a tad over-dressed to my eyes. I am more inclined to simpler ways of blending in the background. Maybe we can learn something from the aboriginals. After all, the aboriginals live in the wild and hunt animals for food and don't have any hi-tech to help them, yet manage to survive.
A real field yesting image taken straight from a Leopard's thermal imager. Leopard coated by Intermat still not identified. The first shot advantage is gained.
Two HUMVEEs at a distance of 150 meters. Observe the blending with the environment of the HUMVEE just on the right of the one painted with common military paints (the 'hot' one). Real stealth to thermal imagers.
Two HUMVEEs and soldiers. HUMVEE stealth treated by Intermat is barely seen through thermal imager at the distance of 120 meters only
From left to right: - Ordinary clothing - Anti-thermal suit(red arrow) - Ghillie suit (yellow arrow)
Impressive pictures on this thread guys, thanks for posting! That guy in the first picture looks ridiculous to start with, but that strange looking suit can save his life in a particular situation, impressive indeed!
This may sound juvenile, but is no heat detected even from the exposed bodily areas? Is there such a lack of heat that nothing is traceable? Just a newbie with some questions...this suit looks incredible. Thank you.
By one means or another that looks a tad over-dressed to my eyes. I am more slanted to less complex methods for mixing out of sight. Possibly we can take in something from the aboriginals. Truth be told, the aboriginals live in the wild and chase creatures for sustenance and don't have any hello tech to help them, yet figure out how to survive.