Augmented Reality Visor

Military and Tactical Augmented Reality Visor

Augmented Reality Visor

Military and Tactical Augmented Reality Visor

Military, police and firefighters use Augmented Reality Visors to display tactical information such as maps or thermal imaging data while viewing the scene via natural vision. Recent applications have included the use of HMD for paratroopers.

In 2005, the Liteye Helmet Mounted Device was introduced for ground combat troops as a rugged, waterproof lightweight display that clips into a standard US PVS-14 military helmet mount.

Military and Tactical Augmented Reality Visor

Military and Tactical Augmented Reality Visor

The self-contained color monocular OLED display replaces the NVG tube and connects to a mobile computing device. The LE has see-through capability and can be used with augmented reality applications. The design is optimized to provide high definition data under all lighting conditions, in covered or see-through modes of operation. The LE has a low power consumption, operating on four AA batteries for 35 hours or receiving power via standard USB connection.

Tanagram, supported by a Department of Homeland Security grant, developed the above breathing apparatus enhanced with Augmented Reality Visor technology. It displays critical factors without obscuring the firefighter’s field of view. HEADER (Helmet with Embedded Active Display for Emergency Responders), was researched with participation from the Champaign, IL Fire Department.



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