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The concept of the Camouflage Cube applied to a 5x5x5 which now pretends to be a 3x4x5.
Camouflage Cubes are basically bandaged 4x4x4s that are then extended to appear like a uniform Cube/Cuboid. The inventor's aim was to apply the concept to a Camouflage 3x4x5. He named it "Stealth 3x4x5" in reference to Justin Eplett's "4x4x4 Stealth Cube" (a reimplemented Mimic Cube), which was a higher order version of WitEden's 3x3x3 Camouflage Cube.
The inventor used 3d-printed extensions and glued them (after rigorous sanding) onto a mass produced 5x5x5.
It is functionally equivalent to the i-345 by Nathan Wilson, shown in image 8.
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