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TrackingPoint ShotGlass Shooting Glasses is Like the ‘Google Glass’ of Hunting and Shooting

When we first read about how Texas-based TrackingPoint was exploring the use of Google Glass with the outfit’s Precision Guided Firearm (PGF) system few months ago, it didn’t occur to us that the company will actually create its very ‘Google Glass’ dedicated for hunting and shooting, but it did, which is a good thing because we doubt Google Glass is going to stand up to the abuse in any given shooting and hunting day. Billed as the first digital hunting and shooting glasses, the TrackingPoint ShotGlass Shooting Glasses as it is called, harnessed the power of ReconJet heads up display and works with TrackingPoint’s ShotGlass app to enable a firearm equipped with PGF to shoot around corners, as well as record your hunt. Continue reading TrackingPoint ShotGlass Shooting Glasses is Like the ‘Google Glass’ of Hunting and Shooting

TrackingPoint Labs Uses Google Glass and PGF To Shoot Around Corners

the concept of shooting around corners is not new. in fact, Israel have invented one which has been in service with several nations since 2003, but Israeli’s idea of corner shot was designed from the ground up and exists as an entirely new rifle, which can be quite costly to implement and not to mention the operational heft from the hardware itself. though it is worthy to mention that Israel’s CornerShot does keep the shooter’s hands out of sight too, you know, just in case one of those sharp shooters might start picking the digits off you. anyway, Texas-based TrackingPoint Labs is proposing a more cost effective solution by combining the firm’s Precision Guided Firearm (PGF) with existing wearable technology like Google Glass to enable shooter to engage targets from around corners, behind low walls, and other positions that provides suitable and safe cover. Continue reading TrackingPoint Labs Uses Google Glass and PGF To Shoot Around Corners