Here's the crazy way one company puts camouflage on helmets
This new way of putting camouflage on helmets is mind blowing, and while the United States military still uses fabric camouflage for their helmets, they might ditch it in favor of this technique in the future.
The process is called hydrographics - also known as immersion printing - and is kind of like printing with water.
It can be done very quickly, using different patterns, and on different products and materials.
It also looks cool.
HG Arts, a company that manufactures hydrographic printers, showed us how it's done.
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