SUMMARY – to be conspicuous, we need to present a recognisable shape… although motion draws attention, we still need to recognise what moved… disruptive camouflage breaks down shapes to hinder recognition… clothing and bikes with multiple colours create a form of disruptive camouflage… many garments sold as ‘hi-vis’ are disruptive patterning… single colours produce a strong silhouette and are likely to be more rapidly recognised by drivers…
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