Daisy Data’s Display Technology Provides Day/Night-Vision Goggle Readability with One Screen

Daisy Data Displays, Inc. unveiled a night-vision technology for displays that provide users with full-color readability in daylight and with night-vision goggles without the need for add-on filters.

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Daisy Data Displays, Inc. unveiled a night-vision technology for displays that provide users with full-color readability in daylight and with night-vision goggles without the need for add-on filters. This technology is appropriate for monitors and terminals that need to be compatible with NVIS goggles that are used in military and flight simulation applications.

Typically, night-vision filters are applied to displays with snap-on clips or adhesive. This is necessary to block the spectrum of light waves that overpower night-vision goggles, but typically yields a green or low-color on-screen data view. Daisy’s technology eliminates the need for the filter to allow the unit to transition from day to night-time use and allows for full-color, clear, night-vision compatibility with the same screen, without the need for human intervention to support the transition. Daisy’s unique technology blocks only the specific light waves that cause NVIS goggles to “bloom”. This allows for a full-color display when not using NVIS goggles that prevents distractions and eye fatigue.

The technology is available for all size displays for military and flight simulation applications. The technology is also Class B night-vision and MIL-STD-3009 compliant.

“Creating a display that is both night-vision goggle compliant and daylight readable without the need for an add-on filter is difficult to achieve. Daisy’s strategy of incorporating customer feedback into new product development resulted in this substantial new product innovation,” said David “Avi” Shefet, President. “We recognized that military and flight simulation applications would experience improved ease of use if we could make a display that provided full-color readability that is compatible with NIVS goggles.”

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