Shooting info on an iPad
The Networked Tracking Scope shows a head-up display overlaid on the shooter's field of view. HUDs are typically used in military fighter jet shooting systems; they display all of the information a shooter needs to know to make an accurate shot, such as distance-to-target, shot angle, zoom setting, ballistics data, and more.
The scope also comes with its own Wi-Fi signal, which beams all of the information gathered by the computer to an iPad, so a friend or scout can help with the shot. The scope also records everything seen through the optics for up to two hours. These videos can then be shared, e-mailed, or posted on social media.
September 25, 2013 4:00 AM PDT
Photo by: Tracking Point
| Caption by: Dara Kerr
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