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BAE Systems, DRS Technologies Win Army Contracts for Night-Vision Technology

But once you press the button all is revealed and youll see LEDs that are concealed underneath the wood shine through to display the time. The watch is actually easy to read once you figure out how it works and it comes with time and date functions, as well as features a watch and a light-up animation. So hours are shown in the outer ring in the same position as the hours on a clock.
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Snooperscope adds night vision to smartphone cameras

Armyto develop new night-vision weapon sight technology and head-worn goggles, Military & Aerosapce reported Thursday . The Family of Weapon Sights-Individual andEnhanced Night Vision Goggle IIIcontractswere awarded by theArmy Contracting Commandas a follow-on to previous ENVG contracts,John Keller writes. The FWS-I weapon sights are connected to the ENVG III goggle displays wirelessly to aid soldiers in combat at night or from behind cover, with upgrades to the resolution and field of view. According to the report, theFWS-I uses long-wave infrared sensor technology designed to boost target acquisition capability, and improve soldier lethality, effectiveness and survivability. BAE Systems and DRS can receive individual task orders during the next five years.
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Two Israeli Companies Combine To Give Google Glass Some Serious Competition

The camera itself uses infrared light that is converted into an image that is visible by the human eye. Because it uses IR, that means the human eye cannot see the light generated by the device, thus allowing it to be used in stealth. PSY Corporation is seeking funding for the Snooperscope on Kickstarter. It has already exceeded its 40,000 goal.
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The product is in development and is planned to be available in the coming months, the companies said. Lumus is less well-known than Google, but the Israeli companys near to eye personal displays are similar to the American firms famous Glass devices. Lumus, like Google, is developing a system that lets users access the Internet, watch TV or video, play games and engage with augmented reality applications.
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