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Seeing at night requires the right glasses

September 21, 2010 Technology No Commenti

Those with serious eyesight problems know too well that night time can be a real torment for them, as they are often forced to stay home to avoid the risk of running into dangerous situations. In fact, what for a person with no eyesight problems is simply a dark alley, for a visually impaired can turn into a deadly trap full of dangers, and even a small hole in the ground can cause a serious injury or worse.

The problems that this causes are not only of a practical nature, but they affect most of all the quality of life of those with such problems. To make it possible for the visually impaired to go out at night, and to improve their eyesight also during the day, technology lends us a hand thanks to night glasses.

Night glasses contain a small digital video camera, placed on top of the frame, which would display the images it picks up straight into two small screens on the inner side of its lenses, basically placing the image right before the eyes of its wearer. They can also work with an additional source of infrared light to improve performance at low frequencies, and are equipped with a digital zoom to magnify any object of interest.

Usage of a pair of night vision glasses is recommended for people with serious eyesight problems but who are not to be considered “legally blind”, that is, with at least 1/10 eyesight. Using these glasses can provide an immediate benefit not only at night, but also when directly flooded by sunlight which would normally blind anyone staring, making vision temporarily impossible.

For more details and information about night vision devices, we recommend that you visit the Endoacustica website and consult our experts.

A video camera to see discreetly at night

August 19, 2010 Technology No Commenti

When you find yourselves in absolute darkness, and at the same time in need of providing documentation of whatever happens around you, for example during a police operation, using a normal video system or an ordinary digital video camera, no matter how advanced and professional, might not provide the desired results.

In situations of this kind, video surveillance technology can provide a solution thanks to thermal cameras, which are capable of generating images with no need for additional lighting such as a flashlight or so, which would certainly not allow for a discreet recording.

On the contrary, as the name might suggest, these cameras can do their job by working on the thermal image of objects or people within their range, thus being able to deliver a clear image even in the darkest night and in less illuminated areas, such as for example on open seas, when in conditions of total darkness it may not be possible to notice a potential incoming threat.

On the contrary, thanks to the usage of a thermal camera, it is also possible to protect yourselves from this kind of threat, while attacking pirates would not be aware of the fact that they are being observed even while approaching with their lights off. And when they try to attack, they will be the ones to be actually caught by surprise!

Images recorded with a thermal video camera can easily be downloaded on your PC thanks to an USB cable, and they can prove very useful especially for police operations, to be used as evidence before a court of law. Their rugged design makes them suitable to be used I the middle of the action, on the outside or in harsh weather conditions.

For more information about features, operation and price of night vision cameras, we recommend that you visit the Endoacustica website and contact our specialized consultants.

Thermal cameras, for clear images even in the dark of night

July 4, 2010 Technology No Commenti

When you are out on the open sea, surrounded by total darkness, it is very difficult to notice and be aware of an impending danger, especially if this danger is represented by other boats approaching your with lights off and with not exactly friendly intentions.

For boats that are not equipped with expensive state-of-the-art radar technology, a solution comes from the usage of a thermal camera. Thermal cameras are capable of recording sharp images even in the darkest night, detecting a possible approaching danger or enemy thanks to their thermal image.

Thanks to their special sensors, thermal cameras can see not only in the dark, but also beyond a thick layer of dark smoke. This makes them very useful not only to protect security and safety on board of a boat out at sea, but also, for example, as a trustworthy tool for firefighters during a rescue operation after a city fire; this tool can literally save lives, by detecting the presence of persons trapped behind the smoke, allowing for a prompt rescue intervention by firemen.

Furthermore, thanks to their small size and light weight, they are suitable for being used in motion, for example during police operations of search and capture of criminals; these operations must take place in the dark to ensure success, without arising unnecessary suspicion and attention.

The resolution provided by this kind of camera is 240 x 180 pixels, with a 24-degree view field, which allows for an optimal situation awareness and immediate action in case of danger.
For more information about operation and cost of thermal cameras, you can visit the Endoacustica website and request a tailored advice.

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