The light blinding Night vision

By Agent CHEESEPIE!!!

Intro

What would you do if you saw the bushes in your front yard moving? If you would just walk forward to get a better look than I think youÕre a crazy psycho that has a problem! What if the thing in the bushes is a person and He is a crazy psycho that has a problem! If you would rather be safe than you better read my report to find out how because going toward shaking bushes isnÕt the smartest choice! If you would like to know how to be safe than read my report because it will tell you what night vision is and does, how it works, and the history of night vision.

What night vision is and does.

        IÕm going to tell you what night vision is and does.

According to Mr. Welch, Night vision is a great way to see in the dark. Night vision will make it easier to see in the dark. For example, if you are in the army, you donÕt want to shoot someone on your team so you use night vision. Another example is if your hunting you want to make sure you are shooting the right animal because you might not have that hunting license, so you use night vision.

This paragraph is about who uses night vision According to Mr. Welch, three people who Use night vision are first person is policemen. They use night vision because it might be dark when a robber comes by. The second person that uses night vision is the army. They use night vision because they donÕt know who is on whose team and they donÕt want to shoot the person on their team. The third person is Mountain Men. Mountain men use night vision to know the animal theyÕre shooting.

    

How night vision works.

This paragraph is about Thermal imaging.  According to Jeff Tyson, This technology operates by capturing the upper portion of the infrared light spectrum, which is emitted as heat by objects instead of simply reflected as light. Hotter objects, such as warm bodies, emit more of this light than cooler objects like trees or buildings.

Image enchantment is awesome.  According to Jeff Tyson image enchantment works by collecting the tiny amounts of light.  There is a kind of light called infrared light.  Cats and raccoons can see infrared, but not people.  Since our eyes are not as strong as some animals, we need night vision.  Night vision takes the little light and makes it big to our eyes. So now we can see easier.

History of Night Vision.

This paragraph is about why night vision was invented.  

According to Mr. Welch, Night vision was invented because at night army people couldnÕt tell whom they were shooting so they invented night vision so they wouldnÕt shoot their own team.

 

When were night vision goggles invented? According to wikianswers.com, Night vision goggles were invented during world war ll

 

Who invented night vision? According to wikianswers.com, The U.S. Army for use in W.W. II and the Korean War created the original night-vision unit. Generation 3 devices are currently used by the military.

 

Other ideas

This paragraph is about how night vision has improved over time. According to Mr. Welch, Night vision is supposed to be used as goggles. But now they invented night vision windshields! You can now see at night when your driving if you have the night vision windshield! Without the night vision windshield you could have ran into a person!

 

This paragraph is about how much night vision goggles cost. According to wikianswers.com, Cheap Russian night vision goggles are between $200 - $500.
For a good set of US made military ones you are going to spend $3000 - $6000.

 

Can you really see in the dark? According to Jeff Tyson, The answer is most definitely yes. With the proper night-vision equipment, you can see a person standing over 200 yards away on a moonless, cloudy night! Night vision can work in two very different ways, depending on the technology used.

 

Why is it such a big help? According to Jeff Tyson, It is quite easy to see everything during the day...but at night, you can see very little. Night vision lets you see again.

 

How do night vision cameras work?    According to Jeff Tyson, Cameras with night-vision technology can send the image to a monitor for display or to a VCR for recording. When night-vision capability is desired in a permanent location, such as on a building or as part of the equipment in a helicopter, cameras are used. Many of the newer camcorders have night vision built right in.

Conclusion

And that is how you see if that guy in the bushes is a crazy psycho with a problem!