Electronic Weapons: Night Vision Dumps Analog

Crowds Have Formed Around Banksy’s Latest NYC Work, Featuring Horses In Night-Vision Goggles [PHOTOS]

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The U.S. Army Special Forces has been using these lightweight thermal imagers to great effect from the very beginning of their development. Field testing of the combined light amplification/thermal device began in 2008 and was quickly found to be popular and reliable.
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Hands on with some surprising $80 night vision goggles

You may look like a dork, but you can see in the dark. Fair trade Unfortunately, we weren’t able to get good pictures of the display while in use … and I was right; it was a gimmick. A little LCD screen turns on inside the goggles, and in the ghostly green glow of the mirror, I saw a bright light on the goggles. That’s it?
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The mural, located on the Lower East Side, appears to be painted on a car and the side of a truck. UPDATE: A tipster tells us this piece is on Ludlow between Rivington and Stanton Streets. He also said that some people attempted to hop the locked chain-link fence to get a closer look. One guy tried to take the orange cone that’s part of the work, but he left it after he was booed by the crowd, our tipster said. Additional pictures of the crowds are below.
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AN/PVS-7B Night Vision Goggles

Rate It: Let us know what we’re missing History The AN/PVS-7B represents the current state of the art in night vision goggles. Initially, it will augment the AN/PVS-5 NVG, and over time, it will replace the AN/PVS-5. The Marine Corps is interested in procuring a clip-on Night Vision Magnification Device (NVMD) to satisfy the need to see targets at the maximum effective range of its weapons. Description The AN/PVS-7B is a single-tube night vision goggle, Generation III image intensifier which uses prisms and lenses to provide the user with simulated binocular vision.
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