Submitted by iCHIVE user padrino.tj (+100 Points) Welcome to Cleavage Classroom.
Today’s topic: explaining the awesome technology in the Army’s new Night Vision Goggles.
What better way to learn?
Rockin’ knockers and interesting facts.
When you first see the multiple night vision footage;
It looks more like a video game than reality.
Submitted by iCHIVE user rochdichokri (+100 Points) Can our soldiers look around a corner…and hit a target while remaining hidden?
YES, I’ll explain.
Soldiers can now see both friendlies and enemies in a variety of ways.
Army’s NEW “2 weapons in ONE” is a GAME CHANGER.
Enhanced Night Vision Goggle – ENVG
-ENVG binoculars on soldier’s Helmet
Family of Weapon Sights-Individual – FWS-I
-FWS-I Scope on the Gun
3 Views – Soldiers can SELECT
YELLOW “Spatial Fuse”
THERMAL – Heat over-lay on Green
Submitted by iCHIVE user Nodragon (+100 Points) 1…
Submitted by iCHIVE user FlyGuy80 (+100 Points) …2…
Submitted by iCHIVE user danted1420 (+100 Points) …smile, 3.
What you’re looking at (above) is 10 years of research and development.
Submitted by iCHIVE user jessbee01 (+100 Points) That may sound like a long time but the tech is ultra complex.
Submitted by iCHIVE user Spartan1988 (+100 Points) Time to LEARN…with nice cleavage.
HOW the 2 systems WORK TOGETHER?
Night Goggles LINKs to the Guns Sight TARGETING.
Submitted by iCHIVE user rochdichokri (+100 Points) Attached to the back of the soldier’s helmet is a small “computer” that links the scope view to the goggles.
Turn corner…BOOM, see ya bad-guys.
That’s just the beginning.
Submitted by iCHIVE user diaz1023 (+100 Points) The ENVG-B and FWS-I give Soldiers the ability to see through fog, dust, and smoke.
Soldiers can choose how they want to see the battlefield.
Above the out-lines use Thermal and below…
Submitted by iCHIVE user Boobie5150 (+100 Points) Boobs,
…and Below, they are viewing through traditional “green” view.
Further more, they can add over-lays.
They can add “boxes” to intensify areas.
Submitted by iCHIVE user Spartan1988 (+100 Points) Check-out the clear targets with out-lines around the areas that are intensified by “adding light” to the edges.
Submitted by iCHIVE user ramonm2 (+100 Points) Now for the HEAT.
Using thermal image over-lay on TOP of the green imaging.
Can you see the red-dotted edge of the thermal box?
huhhu, he said “see the box”…stay with me here.
Instead of intensifying the light (like earlier green),
Soldiers can create a “box” that shows thermal heat.
They can have a larger FULL thermal over-lay.
It’s up to the soldier to learn and choose.
Submitted by iCHIVE user syha (+100 Points)
Testing has now begun with the soldiers at Fort Bragg, NC.
Soldiers from the 2nd Armored Brigade Combat Team, 1st Infantry Division, are the first to receive the Enhanced Night Vision Goggle – Binocular and the Family of Weapon Sights – Individual.
Submitted by iCHIVE user heathermoni (+100 Points) Nice view.
The “Dagger” brigade have now, received and are currently testing the new equipment.
And those guys have a ton of info to learn.
Tech that will help them work together as a team.
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They can see the scope sight in the corner of the googles.
More importantly, augmented reality tech allows BOTH team members AND an over-watch view from a base, to see what’s happening in REAL TIME.
Like in “Aliens (II)” a base can feed info back to the team.
Now for some details on the goggle’s clear imaging…
Submitted by iCHIVE user namtarnwan (+100 Points) How can they see in both Day or Night?
12-micron thermal technology produces sharp thermal images.
What’s that mean?
Submitted by iCHIVE user CatDog1521 (+100 Points) Here’s the MAGIC…YELLOW….
Higher Resolution Technology using “Spatial Fuse” POV.
Soldiers can select “yellow” Spatial Fuse POV
Instead of traditional using GREEN phosphor View,
WHITE phosphor tubes for better Contrast.
Submitted by iCHIVE user 21qz (+100 Points) Below is an image just released by the Army.
You can see that the details are much more clear than the GIFs convey.
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WAIT, there’s more.
Soldiers can see through FOG.
-Seeing through FOG/Smoke
Again, it comes back to multi over-lays.
The grey target circle is actually a heat/thermal layer on top of the clear day-time image.
That same concept can be used at night with either the green or yellow back-ground view.
Submitted by iCHIVE user whiteypryor (+100 Points) Soldiers view the digitized night image,
then the internal computer intensifies the Thermal target to see through a “smoke screen”.
What about DATA in the eye-piece?
HUD – Heads Up Display
Soldiers can view Full MAPs in goggles
DATA – on HUD
-Target – Distance/Gun Angle
-Location of Team Members
-Exact COORDINATES for Air Support
BOTH for the Soldier (left)
and “Hostile” ENEMY (right)
Basically, soldiers never have to “look down” to pull-up information.
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What else are the kids learning in class?
Rapid Target Acquisition (RTA) technology aids the shooter by providing the ability to simultaneously display the weapon sight imagery and aim point in the goggle…
Submitted by iCHIVE user whiteypryor (+100 Points) RTA allows the user to aim the weapon at targets without shouldering it.
It’s like cheating in “Call of Duty”.
The scope zeroes in on the moving bad-guy.
Soldiers can also adjust between 1 or 2 eye-pieces.
Submitted by iCHIVE user whiteypryor (+100 Points) Adjusting knockers…
“The ENVG-B will truly be the greatest goggle that we’ve ever fielded.”
-Brig. Gen Anthony W. Potts, PEO Soldier
Visual and DATA – Streams to Team and Base in Live Time
“The thermal channel has a day-night capability and we’ve added in things like augmented reality.”
-Brig. Gen Anthony W. Potts, PEO Soldier
Submitted by iCHIVE user syha (+100 Points) Meaning,
Boots-on-the-Ground and the base can see the battlefield.
“What you are witnessing here today is a demonstration of rapid prototyping to meet the Army’s organizational priorities.”
-Command Sgt. Maj. Michael A. Crosby, Army Futures Command
Submitted by iCHIVE user BITxKING (+100 Points) Hope that ya’ll enjoyed the learning.
Submitted by iCHIVE user jessbee01 (+100 Points) It’s complex but game changing for sure.
Until next time, thanks for checking-out this weeks Cleavage Classroom.
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