Rwraps™ Digital Camo Wrap Features
- Digital camouflage pattern
- Adhesive backed, bubble-free ready to apply film.
- Heat conformable for extreme curves and wraps.
- 3 mil thick (.0042") blends seamlessly with application area.
- Warranty backed, durable and UV stable.
- Perfect for hunting, fishing, ATV, vehicle and boating applications.
- Available in 12, 24, and 60" widths.
Digital Pixel Camo Vinyl
Rwraps™ Digital Camouflage vinyl wraps for cars are a premium, triple-ply vinyl
wrapping film with a UV stable, matte finish. Because these wraps are meant for
installation on just about any hard, non-porous surface you can imagine they
come in three convenient widths: twelve inch, twenty four inch and sixty
inch rolls. The 12 inch size is perfect for wrapping the rocking panels of an SUV
or pick up or the fenders of your car. While the 24 inch wide Digital Camouflage vinyl
is ideal to wrap the dash panels of your vehicle's interior or for truly
original wheel rim wraps. And, last but not least, our 60 inch wide rolls of
film are just what the doctor ordered for complete hood, roof or trunk wraps.
As anyone familiar with camouflage patterns knows, digital camouflage patterns are
kinds of camouflage that employ micro and macro-patterns in order to provide
cover at both a range of distances and scales. The typically pixelated look of
Rwraps™ Digital Camouflage is computer generated whereas the initial experiments
conducted by Russian and German battalions in the 1940s used an almost
pointillist pattern. Modern digital camouflage works due to its reliance on
three basic ideas:
- Bi-scalar or multi-scalar patterns
- Dithering or the production of intermediate colors where two others meet
- Modification of the visual processing of edges
The notion to use multi-scalar camouflage patterns came about as observers
noticed that more traditional patterns only worked within an optimal visual
range. The concept which underlies Digital Camouflage can be found in nature itself
and is to copy the poly-scalar appearance of natural environments in both the
near and far ranges traditionally used in combat.
Rwraps™ Digital Camouflage and all digital camouflages on the market today get
their name from the fact that the patens used (both pixelated and not) are
computer generated via a coordinate system. Although not as common in everyday
speech, digital camouflage can also refer to Multicam and the Italian fractal pattern
known as Vegetato. Interestingly enough, the pixelated pattern which has become
synonymous with digital camouflage does not, according to the US Marine Corps,
contribute at all to its effectiveness. Rather, the pixilation simply makes
printing on fabric and other media easier as compared to older patterns.