Optical camouflage is a kind of hypothetical active camouflage, which currently works in a primitive stage of development and designing only. It is a kind of wearable device which completely covers or envelopes the wearer. It actually creates the illusion of transparency and invisibility by making the cover to the object with some kind of things, so that the wearer can scene through the camouflage from the direct behind of the object. Optical camouflage mainly deals with the invisibility which is in the visible portion of the spectrum. It works like it displays the image of the scene by the opposite side of the viewer on the screen and makes the wearer to see through the opposite side and rendering the wearer to be invisible. It is actually a “see through device”.