Night vision is one of those technologies we instinctively think is all high tech, but after 30-plus years, it's a bit rough around the edges. SA Photonics' new Hi-Res Night Vision System brings it back up to speed.
Our chief complaints with the EyeClops Night Vision goggles were that they're uncomfortable and allowed only one eye to be used. Thankfully the second gen is not only cheaper and better, but lets you look creepy in comfortable binocular style.
Modern Warfare 2's exercise in excess "Prestige Edition" features a book of artwork and character details, a metallic collector's edition of the game and...a fully functioning pair of night-vision goggles with a creepy sculpted head as a stand.
The Gadget: EyeClops Night Vision Infrared Stealth Goggles, the cheapo-version of the spy favorite that'll allow you to go exploring, play wargames, or stalk your ex-girlfriend in the dark.
Okay, so $6,000 may be a lot of loot to pay for a pair of night vision goggles, but Tenebraex's specs are the first to let you see in color. The goggles can see down to quarter-moon night levels. For anything lower than that, users can switch to the standard monochromatic green vision. The company is hoping to sell…