Would you like to spy on a sleep over party? So, would I. But the only problem is, is that most sleep over parties happen at night, when it is too dark for some really good spying. IÕve got the answer! If you want to learn about night vision, you have to read this report to learn about what night vision is and does, how it works, and a little history of it. LetÕs go.
What night vision is and does
This about Night vision. He other way that night vision technology works is through a process known as thermal imaging. This process works by capturing the upper end of the infrared light spectrum. This part of the light spectrum is emitted in the form of heat, as opposed to light as we might recognize it. The warmer an object is the higher amount of this light is emitted.
How it works
This is about night vision work with go ells artoe marsh brains it has a cup so you can see well in the dark a computer chip if some is heart used a night vision helicopter to find them you can put it on guns you can see These work by capturing whatever light is available, be it moonlight, low level sunlight, or even a streetlamp (for urban surveillance), and condensing it to a smaller area, which has the effect of pushing up the number of photons per square millimeter. The net result is a brighter image, which the human viewer can resolve into a picture of the night. The united states forces lead in night vision systems which gives them a tactical advantage in night combat however more armed forces are adopting modern
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History of night vision
0000000000This about when it was invted according to Jeff toson In Oct 18 2001 Bill marsh invtved night vision but devices that let soldiers see well in the dark were not invented until the 1940s. Fighters illuminated land and sea battles with searchlights and flares at the beginning of the twentieth century, and star-shell artillery was used in the two world wars to cast light where it was needed. Then during World War II, both the Germans.
. The United States forces lead in night vision systems that give them a tactical advantage in night combat. However, more armed forces are adopting modern NV systems, which means that the US and its allies will need an improved high performance imager in order to maintain their tactical edge. This article looks at techological developments in image intensification and thermal imaging.
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