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Can You Design the Ultimate Augmented-Reality System for Warfighters?
November 9, 2012 | David S. Maldow, Esq.
Imagine a single camera that can fuse (integrate) images across a wide spectrum on light, from visible light to near-infrared and far-infrared (thermal) images (for night vision), replacing multiple cameras.
It would be part of a head-up display (HUD) that is helmet-mounted. It would be lightweight, low-cost, easy to use, and draw minimal power. And it would interface wirelessly with an Android-based smart phone for fusing images and networking among units, running any needed apps. Also, it should be designed to allow for manufacturing 10,000 units per month at a cost of $3,300 per unit.
If you know how to do all that, you should check out DARPA's solicitation.
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