Bmw X5 Night Vision Tested Blindfolded Through La [video]

Justin Bell and Motor Trend decided to put it to the test and see whether in case of an emergency you could actually use the system to get home or to safety relying only on it. In order to do so, they contacted the Los Angeles Police Department and told them that theyll try to drive an brand new X5 blindfolded through the city, covering around 10 miles (16 km). Of course, when the LAPD heard that they immediately sent out two of their best officers to escort the crazy journalists.
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A picture of desperation: Moment night vision camera captures illegal immigrants clinging to lorry axles in Calais car park

Asylum seekers hide in a truck in the hopes of crossing the Channel, near the harbour of Calais in 2009

The pair were filmed by hidden night-vision cameras as they clung to the underside of the Dover-bound lorry in Calais. French Channel ports are seeing a surge in asylum seekers trying to make it to the UK, with hundreds of Syrian refugees among those living in squalid camps awaiting their chance. Dicing with death: A night vision camera catches two men attempting to sit on the axle of a lorry to get into the UK BBC cameras captured the moment the two migrants clambered on to a British lorry under cover of darkness. Migrants often wait for a truck to stop at a junction before climbing underneath. Gangs can be seen on the road leading to the port as lorries approach. This truck was stopped for the migrants safety once they were picked up on camera, and French police were called.
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Could New Contact Lenses Provide “Night Vision” ?

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This signal is a must in order for it to operate as an infrared sensor. The challenge for the current generation of graphene-based detectors is that their sensitivity is typically very poor, said Zhaohui Zhong, assistant professor at the University of Michigan, in a press release. Its a hundred to a thousand times lower than what a commercial device would require. To clear this hurdle, researchers devised a new method for generating the electrical signal.
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Night-vision gear needed to rescue man from house

The Lowe Corporation Rescue Helicopter found a 67-year-old man unconscious, after a fall at his home at Pourerere Beach. The man was airlifted to Hawke’s Bay Regional Hospital, where he is receiving further treatment.

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