Kids in combat: Russia’s futuristic military glasses to help students get ‘A’s

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Read: 1102     12:03     08 February 2019    

The producers of Russia’s state-of-the-art Ratnik infantry gear have released a civilian version of its combat smart glasses just for schoolkids.


“In fact, it’s a personal monitor, which can be used by both students and their teachers to display the needed data,” those behind the military eyewear said as they unveiled the gadget at an expo in Moscow on Thursday.

The civilian version of the Ratnik smart glasses. © Central Scientific Research Institute of Precise Mechanical Engineering
The glasses are easy to use as they adapt to the wearer’s visual perception. They require no refocusing and remain resistant to vibration at all time. The device doesn’t need an independent power source and can be plugged into any laptop. The only difference between the military and the civilian versions is that the latter lacks anti-bullet and the anti-splinter protection.

Ratnik gear had been used by the Russian military for several years, but the repurposed glasses came from a next-gen version of the combat system to be introduced after 2020.

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Kids in combat: Russia’s futuristic military glasses to help students get ‘A’s

2019/02/5c5c7215fc7e93f52e8b456d-1549610137.jpg
Read: 1103     12:03     08 February 2019    

The producers of Russia’s state-of-the-art Ratnik infantry gear have released a civilian version of its combat smart glasses just for schoolkids.


“In fact, it’s a personal monitor, which can be used by both students and their teachers to display the needed data,” those behind the military eyewear said as they unveiled the gadget at an expo in Moscow on Thursday.

The civilian version of the Ratnik smart glasses. © Central Scientific Research Institute of Precise Mechanical Engineering
The glasses are easy to use as they adapt to the wearer’s visual perception. They require no refocusing and remain resistant to vibration at all time. The device doesn’t need an independent power source and can be plugged into any laptop. The only difference between the military and the civilian versions is that the latter lacks anti-bullet and the anti-splinter protection.

Ratnik gear had been used by the Russian military for several years, but the repurposed glasses came from a next-gen version of the combat system to be introduced after 2020.

RT



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