Lumineye, Inc. has fielded equipment to first responders to help them find people during searches or spot false walls during rescue scenarios. The Army rewarded a contract to the company to develop the product so that it allows soldiers to see through obstacles. The Marine Corps is also interested in the product as it recently launched an experimentation effort to test urban-capable tech. The $250,000 will go toward meeting the Army’s modernization needs and improving urban strategies. Even in its current stage, the device can determine the distance of someone behind a wall or if they are moving and breathing. This will offer a huge advantage to US warfighters.