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The Army’s new goggles let soldiers see right through walls | Popular Mechanics

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With Army’s new Integrated Visual Augmentation System (IVAS) goggles, seeing right through the walls of combat vehicles is now possible. This means that they can know exactly where they are going on the battlefield. The goggles work just like the heads-up displays (HUD) on fighter jets wherein maps, video, and night vision across the soldier’s field of view information can be projected. With such amazing features, the Army is planning to buy 40,000 IAVS sets to equip soldiers worldwide.

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