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night vision

[′nīt ‚vizh·ən]
(physiology)
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Experts at Kent Optronics will deliver new wide-field-of-view night-vision devices, as well as upgrade kits for current night-vision systems.
The helicopter program at COCC is one of the few in the country with a course in night-vision flying.
What's known as ``Generation 3'' night-vision equipment can cost $1,500 and up.
The export of Generation Three Night-Vision Goggles requires that we send a copy of the export license application to our colleagues at the Department of Defense.
Traditional night-vision goggles and infrared scopes use image intensifier tubes to let users see in the dark.
Night-vision devices include low-light-level television, viewers for drivers of trucks and tanks, weapon sights, and night-vision goggles for aircrew and ground forces.
Police often don night-vision goggles to sleuth out criminals in the dark.
Army a new helmet-mounted night-vision goggle system that combines visible, low-light, and infrared imagery for all-weather use in darkness and in other visibility-limiting conditions.
Sharp has introduced new LZ0P420A Infrared Color Night-Vision Camera.
Company) (Nasdaq:IVAC) has delivered first pilot production quantities of its compact digital night-vision camera module for use in a NATO defense customer's head-mounted night-vision system.
The Spy Video Car allows the children to enjoy the "real life" perspective of driving from inside the car or to play secret agent with night-vision capabilities.
MII), the developer of a low-cost, high-performance infrared detector, the critical component of night-vision and thermal-imaging systems.