If you frequently drive at night and suffer from eye tiredness or difficulty seeing in low light, you might consider investing in a set of night driving glasses. Night driving glasses feature yellow lenses to assist reduce reflections and glare from street lights and oncoming headlights, just like sunglasses do during the day. The yellow tint of these glasses, in essence, filters blue light to improve nighttime seeing.
Furthermore, most night driving glasses feature an anti-reflective coating on their lenses, which helps to reduce light reflections.
The PVS-14 night vision system is capable of managing and excelling at nearly any task. To mention a few, there’s security, surveillance, navigation, hunting, home defence, and wildlife management.
PVS14s are compact and light, and can be installed on an AR-15 rifle or worn on your head for hands-free operation. PVS-14 night vision is complete Military Spec grade, which means durability and longevity will be the best you can obtain, and they are entirely waterproof.
These PVS14 night vision monoculars are multi-purpose workhorses with a slew of optional accessories. For example, a weapon-mounted NV compatible EOTech red dot sight or an eye-safe infrared laser combined with a properly setup helmet-mounted PVS-14 night vision system.
This system will provide you with the most advanced tactical capabilities and situational awareness available (please contact our sales staff for help with this system). A 3x or 5x lens can be added to a PVS14 to provide zoom and a binocular effect.
Night vision goggles increase safety at nights
When driving in the dark, fog, or rain, improve your visibility. Polarized Night Vision goggles lessen glare from oncoming car lights in the dark, especially in rainy conditions. When driving at night, the white LEDs change yellow, making them easier to see directly.
- They also help with contrast seeing in misty and foggy conditions. Many drivers complain that they can’t see as well at night as they can during the day.
- Future automobiles dazzle in low light, obscure the road’s shape and objects to its left and right, and cause optical biases and shadows that are difficult to classify. As a driver, you’ll feel insecure immediately, drive slower, and may harm other road users with unexpected braking motions.
- After such incidents, many of them completely abandon driving in the dark. This is unfortunate because it severely limits the person’s mobility and independence.
What kind of night vision do animals have?
Other animals have a distinct structure. To let in more light, creatures that live in the dark have substantially larger pupils (holes in front of their eyes). Tarsiers, for example, have massive eyes in comparison to their overall size. Their retinas, like those of other nocturnal species, have far more rods than the human eye. Cats, which spend much of their time hunting at night, are among the creatures with a tapetum in their eyes. This is a natural mirror that reflects light back out of the pupil of the eye. Its function is to bounce incoming light twice through the retina, giving the animal a better chance of seeing things.