Linux Powered Rifle With "Auto Aim" and "Wireless Video Streaming" Feature Dawns A New Era Of Tech Assisted Firearms
Influence of technology into the physical things we use today is increasing at an unrepresented rate, be it the automobiles we use or any other day-to-day things which were not associated with technology earlier. After home printable 3D gun we have another devlopment linking technology to guns - A computer assisted Precision Guided Firearms with Linux powered scope featuring an heads-up display allowing users to "MARK", track and shoot a target precisely. The gun can also stream live video to WiFi devices for an accurate view on a bigger screen (tablet).
To shoot, you simply need to "mark" the target, which illuminates it on the tracking scope. Once marked the "Smart Gun" takes into account the range of target, ambient temperature-humidity, the age of the barrel, and lots of other parameters to provide all the vitals corrections to get the perfect shot displaying accurately where the round will go. This is not all - the image recognition routine keeps track of the "mark" in the scope's field of view, and a user simply needs to squeeze the trigger to get the perfect shot anytime. Do watch the video posted above and below to see this amazing technology in action in real life hunting conditions, if you like you can even order the rifle now starting at $17000 a piece.