Sunday, January 15, 2012


HOW NIGHT VISION WORKS Paper Presentaions(.doc)

  • Sunday, January 15, 2012
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    Night Vision scopes and binoculars are electro-optical devices that intensify (or amplify) existing light instead of relying on light source of their own. The devices are sensitive to a broad spectrum of light, from visible through infrared.An accessory illuminator can increase the light available at the infrared end of the spectrum by casting a beam of light that is not visible to the human eye.An infrared night vision system senses heat radiated by things and produces a video picture of the heat scene. The gadget that senses the heat is a photocathode, similar to the one in a video camera, except it is sensitive to infrared radiation instead of visible light. There are two methods of operating night vision systems, being either in a 'passive' mode or an 'active' mode. Passive systems amplify the existing environmental ambient lighting, while active systems rely on an infrared light source to provide ufficient illumination. Active systems are often used today on many consumer devices such as home video cameras


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