wew thank you for this knowledgeable and well written post.
>anti surveillance makeup
This is, from my memory, the original way that people figured out for fooling facial recognition. Along with ridiculous hair. Things like black triangles and white triangles above/below the eyes. With half my head shaved I imagine I could fool the recognition for side (profile) shots if I painted the bald part of my head with the odd geometry.
>learn more about this
You've already done a spectacular job spoonfeeding this information, which I am very grateful for, but I must ask if there's a particular book that you would suggest as a starting point, so that I may not need spoonfeeding again in the future?
>won't fool the people
This is true, and while I can't speak for the UK, I believe the government here would have a hard time justifying a legal ban on a shirt.
>need a lot of people
Agree. That is the ultimate goal here, for me at least. This is why I want to be able to achieve a working design; in order to disseminate such a design widely. The more people that are confident i.e. effay
that wear it the more normal it will be considered. If attractive people start wearing it in public more will follow. This is a curve I intend to be ahead of, and luckily I do not appear to be alone in this desire.
Thinking about it, for the short term I might try to get a "fake" one printed up, if only to start instilling in others the acceptance of this new, hideous design-type so that once a good pattern is achieved it will be more easily accepted by those that surround me day to day.