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Yes, That's Right - The US Army Is Testing AR Glasses for Dogs

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The US Army has shown off augmented reality goggles for combat dogs, designed to let them receive orders at a distance. The goggles themselves are not new - military dogs are already used to wearing them as protection in bad conditions or for aerial drops, but the augmented reality system is a new development. The project is managed by the Army Research Office but the technology has been specifically developed by a company called Command Sight.

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The US Army has shown off augmented reality goggles for combat dogs, designed to let them receive orders at a distance.

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The US Army is trialing a new technology that could “fundamentally change how military canines are deployed in the future” — a pair of augmented reality goggles for dogs. Each pair of goggles has to be customized for its wearer, with 3D scans used to ascertain where exactly to place the HUD for optimal viewing angles.
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The United States Army is developing augmented reality goggles for military dogs. However, in some military contexts it can be unsafe for a handler to be close to the animal, so there is a need for some of technology that enables commands to be delivered without a human being close by.
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Seattle-based small business Command Sight produced a technological prototype that could enhance troops’ safety by enabling exactly that, and some say it could fundamentally transform how the U.S. military’s canines are deployed down the line.