Archive for Night Vision

Night Vision Contacts

Posted in Night Vision by Tam Yue on April 16th, 2014

Night Vision contactsUniversity of Michigan researchers have created a new material that detects infrared light. The super-thin material can be integrated with different devices such as cell phones or placed on top of contact lenses to allow users to see in the dark. The material, graphene, is a single layer of carbon atoms that can sense the whole infrared spectrum.

Zhaohui Zhong, assistant professor of electrical engineering and computer science, is the lead researcher on the project said; “Our work pioneered a new way to detect light. We envision that people will be able to adopt this same mechanism in other material and device platforms. If we integrate it with a contact lens or other wearable electronics, it expands your vision. It provides you another way of interacting with your environment.”

Most devices with “night vision” now require a  built in cooling unit in order for …

Night Owl iGen Night Vision camera

Posted in Night Vision by Conner Flynn on January 18th, 2009

Night Owl iGen Night Vision cameraIf you’re looking for a monocular that can capture images in complete darkness, look no further. Whether searching for Owls or just plain being a perv of some sort, the Night Owl iGen Night Vision Camera is the world’s only night scope that can also take pictures. The device features a 330′ field of view, 650X ambient light amplification, a CCD/Micro-display system for enhanced viewing, and a standard secure digital memory card storage.

The pictures are black and white and get saved onto an SD Memory Card. What I want to know is what motivates people to go out in the bitter cold dead of night and snap pics. Are you guys really finding anything that exciting? It’s not like you’ve obtained proof of Bigfoot or aliens.

Night Vision Goggles get affordable, pervs rejoice

Posted in Night Vision by Conner Flynn on September 25th, 2008

Night Vision Goggles get affordable, pervs rejoiceNight vision used to be something that we all wished we could use. But in order to use it, one had to afford it, which was impossible in days gone by. But nowadays anybody can get in on the fun, whether you are out in the woods hunting or engaging in extremely pervy activities.

With this pair of EyeClops Night Vision Goggles you see up to 50 feet in pitch black darkness, and it has a flip up eye piece in case the lights get turned on. You’re going to want to have a bunch of spare AA batteries on you though as it takes up to 5 of them. A very affordable $90. By the way, it’s not cool or normal to stare at sleeping people in the dark. Just so you know. Stop being a perv and use this gear to catch bigfoot or something.

EyeClops gives your kid night vision

Posted in Night Vision by Conner Flynn on February 21st, 2008

EyeClops gives your kid night vision
Kids today have much cooler toys then we had when I was growing up. Take the EyeClops for example. It basically gives your kid some for real high-tech spy cred. Even kids can be James Bond these days, with some amazing gear.

This isn’t just your typical crappy flashlight attached to a helmet, not at all. It uses an infrared imager and LCD monocle which will let you spy on others in even the darkest of settings. You can even get an EyeClops BioniCam if you want to take pictures, which is the same thing, but with a digital camera. Both retail for $80 when they hit stores this fall. Just make sure your kid doesn’t catch you doing anything you don’t want seen. Blackmail sucks.

Directing in the Dark

Posted in Accessories,Night Vision by Chetz on July 9th, 2007

iGen’s NV20/20 Night Vision ViewerYou may not have a good reason to want to own a pair of night vision goggles/binoculars but has that stopped you from ever wanting to own them anyway? If you don’t have a Sony camcorder with the night vision feature then iGen’s NV20/20 Night Vision Viewer is the solution to your shadowy situation. The company has come up with the first night vision device that can be slotted to the end of any camcorder so you can start taking home movies in the dead of night with just a flick of a button (to shine the IR light source.)

You can set the NV20/20 to take anywhere from 2 to 30 frames-per-second. The 2.6x glass lens gives you a nice 70-foot field of viewing for any wide shots that you need to take. It’s also got a feature called Unique …