Inc., a defense contractor specializing in one-way visibility and advanced
camouflage systems, is changing the way soldiers and their equipment look on the
VeilTM is a patent-pending PVC-type mesh material that combines high-resolution
megapixel digital images and state-of-the-art inking systems to duplicate any
environment. It allows soldiers to see through it without being seen.
"Photo VeilTM is a one-way visibility system that an operator
can get behind and look out of but cannot be seen from the exterior side. It would
be used for surveillance, counter-surveillance, anyone who would want to
camouflage themselves using a lightweight system that would fold up in a
backpack or in your pocket." says Trevor Kracker, Military Wraps'TM president
and founder. "It's really, really lightweight."
Kracker says Photo VeilTM can be likened to the two-way
mirror used by police in interrogation rooms, but is different because is it
portable, lightweight, flexible and waterproof.
"We feel no one has patented it because they didn't see the
use that we saw in it," he says. "We saw various other uses for something
because of our knowledge and expertise. We knew it would work in the
Photo VeilTM, which Kracker jokingly calls "a flash of
genius," is manufactured in various thicknesses and weights and is only sold to
law enforcement and the military. "I had an idea one day and the rest was
Military WrapsTM currently has nine U.S. and
International patent applications pending, according to Kracker.