Night-vision Binoculars Help Plainfield Police Nab Alleged Burglar – Police & Fire – Plainfield, Il Patch

Night Vision Awards committee makes final call for entries for 2014 awards | Vertical Magazine – The Pulse of the Helicopter Industry

The equipment detects heat, which allowed the officer to spotSlaboszewski where he hid in the high grass. When other officers moved towards him,Slaboszewski turned and ran directly to the officer with the night-vision binoculars, according to police. Fisher saidSlaboszewski resisted as officers attempted to take him into custody and continued to struggle even after police use a stun gun on him. He was eventually subdued and taken the Will County jail. According to police, abrasions onSlaboszewski’s face were not a result of his struggle with officers. “He claimed that was from a fireworks explosion two days before,” Fisher said. Police saidSlaboszewski was carrying a backpack containing stolen items tying him to at least five other vehicle burglaries.
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at the Airborne Law Enforcement Associations (ALEA) annual conference. Entries will be accepted until June 30. The awards will be presented to recipients on Thursday, July 17 at an awards reception from 4:30 to 5:30 p.m. The Night Vision Awards are a bi-annual event with ceremonies hosted by Aviation Specialties Unlimited, Night Flight Concepts, Vertical Magazine and Rotorcraft Pro Magazine at ALEA in July and at NightCon later in the year.
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Exelis product combines radio, night-vision technology – Fort Wayne Business Weekly: In Print

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‘Beer Goggles’ Are a Real: How Alcohol Can Affect Your Tears and Obstruct Sight at Night | TheBlaze.com

Lights perceived with halos, which the researchers found happened more often when subjects drank alcohol to a certain point, impairing the quality of their eyesight. (Image source: Jose Juan Castro/University of Granada)

18, 2014 4:36pm Tweet This Email this story to a friend Researchers recently demonstrated what is going on physically when alcohol is imbibed that affects eyesight and can impair driving and cause so-called beer goggles. The team from the University of Granada showed that ethanol in the eyes tear-film causes evaporation , which impacts the quality of the image being seen, especially at night. The researchers evaluated retina-image quality and night-vision performance of nearly 70 people after they drank alcohol, measuring their blood alcohol levels through breathalyzer tests. To assess volunteers vision at the time, the team conducted a halometer test in low-light conditions, allowing them to quantify any level of eyesight obstruction in the form of halos around bright lights, according to the news release . The more impaired a persons vision was, the more of a halo they saw around the lights. Lights perceived without halos.
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