According to SmartSight inventor Matthew Hagerty most kills happen on corners. Hie new SmartSight system consists of wireless video camera mounted to the rail of an M4 or .308 SOCOM carbine and a small computer tucked into a military vest, and a thumbnail-size color head-up display affixed to a pair of protective glasses
By miniaturising hardware found in news broadcasting equipment, Hagerty’s device can beam video footage from a camera on the guns sights to the heads up display at 30fps without any delay. The systems custom software overlays the shooter’s red target dot in the head-up display whilst keeping the shooter out of harms way.
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