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This fire helmet uses augmented reality to see through the smoke

Beyond the playful and entertaining aspect, the augmented reality can be used for much more useful and important purposes. When the technology is at the service of the survival, it sometimes gives beautiful inventions, as the surprising and brilliant initiative that follows.

the United States, the society Qwake Technologies designed the C-Thru, a helmet firefighter which has the particularity of using augmented reality to help firefighters better see through the smoke. Because it's a fact: when firefighters enter a building in the middle of a fire, it's sometimes hard for them to tell environment and the victims because of the smoke that is far too present.

C-Thru: the futuristic fire helmet that lets you see through the smoke 👨🚒

The C-Thru so uses the augmented reality to allow firefighters to distinguish forms across the smoke. In the manner of an infrared vision telescope, this helmet futuristic allows firefighters to distinguish the shapes of barriers, objects and victims with brilliant lines that stand out at first glance.

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This helmet multiplies by 5 the speed of intervention of firefighters!

Posted by Creapills on Oct 16, 2018 at 7:00 am PDT

According to society Qwake who has developed innovation, C-Thru would allow firefighters to multiply by five their speed of intervention. A nice innovation that we would like to see democratized around the world and that proves that beyond their appearance "Entertainment", technologies such as augmented reality can provide real support to those who fight each other for the survival of others. You will find more information on the official website of Qwake Technologies.

Credits : Qwake Technologies

Credits : Qwake Technologies

Credits : Qwake Technologies

Credits : Qwake Technologies

Credits : Qwake Technologies

Credits : Qwake Technologies

Imagined by: Qwake Technoologies

Video: Volcano Diver Uses AR to See Through Smoke and Fire. Singularity Hub (November 2019).

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