Night Vision Goggles Being Used In Dog Fouling Crackdown

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

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“To have someone lose their sight simply because someone was too irresponsible to clean up after their dog is unacceptable. “It’s massively unhygienic as well as dangerous and there is no excuse for not cleaning up after your dog.” Research last year found that at least a dozen local authorities in Britain used the Regulation of Investigatory Powers Act to use surveillance methods to catch pet owners letting their dogs foul pavements, parks and footpaths. However, the use of night vision equipment more commonly associated with police and military operations is understood to be a first among local authorities combating the problem.
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Eyeclops Night Vision Goggles

Eyeclops Night Vision Goggles

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. The Marine Corps is acquiring the AN/PVS-7B, a model which incorporates a high light level protection circuit in a passive, self-contained image intensifier device which amplifies existing ambient light to provide the operator a means of conducting night operations. A shipping case, soft carrying case, eyepiece and objective lens cap, and filter are ancillary items.
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AN/PVS-7B Night Vision Goggles

Of course, I think most people will use it for devious purposes, such as spying on lovers in their throes of passion in a secluded park or country side, but thats beside the point. You get up to 50 feet of visibility even in complete darkness. Dont expect them to be on par with military-spec night vision gear after all, what do you expect for $79.99?
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Night vision goggles normally used by the army

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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Future Night Vision Devices: More Than Just Goggles

It plans to evaluate the designs in July to see how the technologies have matured from the previous test last year. Soldiers will test the goggles in a variety of environments, including in urban training facilities and on woodland patrols. You have real soldiers giving you real feedback, says Kang. The largest provider of night-vision technology to the military, Roanoke, Va.-based ITT Night Vision, manufactures the ENVG for the Army. Engineers there are developing a digital version. For the digital ENVG, the company has replaced the standard image intensifier tube with a new digital sensor, the MicroChannel Plate Complimentary Metal-Oxide Semiconductor, or MCP-CMOS.
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