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Trickster7 2013
NCAA Pocket Review
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The Goal Quest 100:
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Rocket Sled....Fail
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Bones Kelly: Speed Work
Longest Shot Ever
The Ultimate
D-Pole
Trickster7 2013
NCAA Pocket Review
The Ghost7: Pole-Axed
and Buss-Tossed
The Goal Quest 100:
The Hunger Goals 7-12
Antidote to the
Whipidemic
The Goal Quest 100:
Episodes 3-7
Tribe7
Highlight Reel
The Goal Quest 100:
Episodes 1-3
The Ghost7: Battle Test
Hi-Ball on the Wall
The Goal Quest 100:
#13 aka Airballs III
The Path to Glory:
G7 and High Ball Style
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Size Don't Matter
The Joy of the G7
Get to Work Bro!
Mesh On A Boat
Frosty the Snowpoler
The Middie Files:
Runaway Rhino
The Gamebuster
Ghost7:
Very Scary
Sceptre7:
Preview
Rocket Sled....Fail
The Beast Has Spoken!
Frosty the Snowpoler
The Middie Files:
Runaway Rhino
Wall Power
The Gamebuster
Ghost7:
Very Scary
Preview
Rocket Sled....Fail
It turns out that our Zebra Stripe heads serve as more effective camouflage than we planned or hoped. As
in highly effective.  Goalies do not like them.  Not at all.  

They have '
trouble seeing' the head. Which, for shooters, is a very good thing.  The good folk at the Royal
Society in Great Britain published an article that helps us understand why.

According to John A. Endler zebra stripe camouflage is a function of
"disruptive coloration."  Simply,  
'disruptively colored elements (stripes) distract attention and break up the body outline, making detection
difficult.
"  (Thayer 1909; Cott 1940; Stevens & Cuthill 2006).

A study by Schaefer & Stobbe (2006) shows that the advantage of disruptive patterns is greater when
disruptive patterns have higher contrast. Disruptive coloration has also been proven effective regardless of
the background coloration,  'exploiting predators cognitive mechanisms of prey recognition."
Copyright © 2006 The Royal Society

Dr. Martin Stevens, a Zoologist at the University of Cambridge in Great Britain,  kindly took the time to
elaborate on the camouflage effect in a November 2, 2010  letter to Tribe7, stating that "the stripes also
make it difficult to judge speed, because the high contrast markings interfere with motion perception."
Competitive Bottom Line: our Zebra's heads' "disruptive coloration" is an
effective means of confusing the visual system,  serving to break up the head's
outline,  especially when moving at speed.   Once again...sorry Mr. Goalie.....  
Bones Kelly: Speed Work
Longest Shot Ever
The Fort7!
Gorilla7 Shaft
The Beast7
Shipping Sampler...
SpiderMesh!