Night-vision Contact Lenses

The sensors detect light by measuring the behaviour of electrons and changes in current between two layers of the material, separated by an insulator. Usually infrared sensors such as those found in night-vision goggles require bulky cooling to prevent the devices overheating, increasing their size. However, the graphene sensors do not require cooling so can be produced as small as a fingernail and developed to be tinier still. Once small enough, the sensors could be embedded into contact lenses or mobile phones camera lenses and used to create imagery in completely dark environments. Last year graphene was earmarked by scientists as a possible solution for thinner and more pleasurable condoms .
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Profiting from Night Vision Optics

Exelis night vision optics

But with the advent of security challenges and changes facing both the civilian and security sector and the global industrial trading, night vision binoculars are now available for sale and for use in civilian. To cope with the market demand for civilian and military end users . OPMOD which basically stands for optics modification a brand exclusively marketed by optics planet with website http://www.opticsplanet.com/opmod-brand.html Little known brand OPMOD supplies night vision binoculars, night vision capable rifle scopes and night vision binocular spotting equipment also supplies military specific and tactical gears such as Ghillie Suit. Yet OPMOD specializes in night vision binoculars and night vision goggles and scopes. OPMOD will be updating its best seller night vision binoculars the Armasight OPMOD GEN1M. Armasight OPMOD GEN1M designed for military and independent contractors with the need to navigate in limited light conditions. OPMOD revamped design for OPMOD Armsight Gen1 night vison binoculars with tactical head mount gear design to work independently yet mountable to a standard issue military Kevlar helmet or a tactical military issued combat cap and head gear.
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Night vision – they know how to do it

Researchers at the University of Michigan have developed the technology using graphene that could potentially be squeezed down and stacked on a contact lens. This obviously has military potential – cutting down on the bulky goggles, as worn by Navy Seals, that require inbuilt cooling devices – as well assmart phone possibilities. Apparently the technology (two layers of graphene sheets with a layer of insulation between) has already been scaled down to the size of a small fingernail and researchers describe it as a way of expanding your vision or interacting with your environment. They would certainly be fun to try outon a camping trip, night fishing, or simply finding your way home from a night out.
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Night Vision Binoculars by OPMOD: The OPMOD Armsight GEN1M Night Vision Binoculars for Operatives and Civilians

As one of my favorite TV characters, Michael Weston, once said, “Assassins aren’t just comfortable in the dark; they prefer it.” Right now, Exelis Inc. (NYSE: XLS) is an excellent play for anybody else who sees the same perpetual uptick in the demand for tactical night vision optics. The company produces everything from basic, battery-powered single-lens units designed for surveying to integral “individual soldier systems,” which display messages and warnings and can broadcast first-person views from each unit to unit commanders in real time. Exelis also offers night vision optics for use on small arms such as infantry automatic rifles and sniper rifles. The Best Free Investment You’ll Ever Make Stay on top of the hottest investment ideas before they hit Wall Street. Sign up for the Wealth Daily newsletter below.
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