At See3D™ we have developed technology that allows us to take and view photos of what deer see. To our knowledge, it is the most accurate representation of deer vision to date.
Check out what the Blaze Orange of the See3D suit looks like to deer. Use the slider to move back and forward between human and deer vision:
As you can see from the Deer Vision photos, with human vision the hunter is clearly visible at 100 yards, the distance from which the photo was taken.
Slide the bar to the left and you will uncover Deer Vision. As an animal with dichromatic protanopia, deer have a severe form of red-green color blindness, in which there is impairment in perception of very long wavelengths, such as reds.
In fact the green leaves of the trees AND the orange of our suit are BOTH perceived as various shades of yellow and grey. To deer, hunters wearing a See3D blaze orange camo suit blend seamlessly into their surroundings, making them invisible to deer.
Yet to human vision, the hunter wearing a See3D suit stands out making the hunter highly visible for safety.
We'd love to run some of our customer photos through our Deer Vision Simulator! If you have ever wondered what you look like to deer, email your photo to firstname.lastname@example.org and we'll process your photo and add it to our customer page!
Here are some hunter photos!
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Hunters in Maryland are now required to wear hunter orange on private land.
Landowners who hunt on their own property have always been exempt from the hunter orange requirements. No more.
Our Camo Suits are cut baggy and designed, if needed, to go over the top of other clothes.
For example, here in Vermont late deer season can get cold with snow on the ground, so our suits are cut to wear a warm coat underneath.
Our sizes are organized by height:
If you are hunting in an area where you won't be layering, then these sizes can be ordered as is.
If you anticipated layering bulky clothes or are heavier for your height, then consider a size up.