Adam Harvey’s “Computer Vision Dazzle” is designed to keep facial-recognition computer algorithms from seeing the real face. But how to wear the dazzle for days while going about everyday life?
See, even the person above begins to disappear from casual view. The use of dazzle camouflage started in WWI on navy ships. It made it very hard to determine speed or distance.
That is because it worked against the way rangefinders worked at the time. Today we have something similar based on how facial recognition algorithms work.
The authorities will not allow their surveillance to be flouted. They would never allow the distributed masses to use this on a regular basis.
If they are allowed to maintain that level of control. This could be one of the battle grounds.