Thursday, November 30, 2017

Dazzle Camouflage Effect at San Diego Airport

Backchannel Article (2017)
Marty Graham, How Cubism Protected Warships in World War I in Backchannel (Wired Magazine online post)—

If you're stuck in traffic along the I-5 San Diego International Airport, and your attention wanders from the brake lights in front of you, your eyes might land on a low-slung leviathan of a building, a third of a mile long, resembling the upper deck of a buried cruise ship peeking above ground. Keep your gaze there long enough, and you will notice that the geometric black-and-white patterns on the northeast side of the structure keeps changing. More>>>