When I was a kid, camouflage looked like this (my dad used to do a lot of hunting):
Now, whenever I see someone wearing camo, it looks pixelated, like this:
It's like 8-bit camo. Nintendo camo. In general images get higher resolutions over time. Why is camouflage moving backwards, becoming lower-res? Did they show somehow that pixelated camouflage works better, i.e., helps you better blend in with your surroundings?