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Timothy R. O'Neill

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'''Timothy R. O'Neill''' (born [[1943]]) is a retired US Army lieutenant-colonel and former professor of Engineering Psychology at [[wikipedia:West Point|West Point]]. He is credited with groundbreaking research in digital camouflage known as ''DualTex''.<ref>Guy Cramer, "[http://www.uniteddynamics.com/dualtex/ Dual Texture - U.S. Army digital camouflage]", ''[http://www.uniteddynamics.com/ United Dynamics]'', [[July 13]], [[2004]]</ref> He has written two books in his life, one fictional set in West Point, titled ''Shades of Grey'', and one on [[wikipedia:Carl Jung|Jungian]] elements in [[J.R.R. Tolkien]]'s work.  
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'''Timothy R. O'Neill''' (born [[1943]]) is a retired US Army lieutenant-colonel and former professor of Engineering Psychology at [[wikipedia:West Point|West Point]]. He is credited with groundbreaking research in digital camouflage known as ''DualTex''.<ref>Guy Cramer, "[http://www.uniteddynamics.com/dualtex/ Dual Texture - U.S. Army digital camouflage]", ''[http://www.uniteddynamics.com/ United Dynamics]'', [[13 July|July 13]], [[2004]]</ref> He has written two books in his life, one fictional set in West Point, titled ''Shades of Grey'', and one on [[wikipedia:Carl Jung|Jungian]] elements in [[J.R.R. Tolkien]]'s work.  
  
 
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Latest revision as of 19:04, 8 June 2011

Timothy R. O'Neill (born 1943) is a retired US Army lieutenant-colonel and former professor of Engineering Psychology at West Point. He is credited with groundbreaking research in digital camouflage known as DualTex.[1] He has written two books in his life, one fictional set in West Point, titled Shades of Grey, and one on Jungian elements in J.R.R. Tolkien's work.

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  1. Guy Cramer, "Dual Texture - U.S. Army digital camouflage", United Dynamics, July 13, 2004

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