The Tac-Eye Binocular is a head-mounted display (HMD) designed to provide a high-resolution, " big-screen" image for tactical operations, giving warfighters hands-free access to mission-critical video data. The system provides the user with a 55" screen in a compact, portable package. It's perfect for applications where the user will be looking at video for long durations.
The display can plug directly into computer systems, FLIR imagers, camera systems, thermal weapons sights, or remote video sensors. The system can also accept standard VGA interfaces and has an integrated head tracker, ideal for simulation and training applications. Originally, the primary function of the HMD was to display video from the SeaFLIR   thermal imaging system for target acquisition in daylight, darkness, adverse weather, and dirty battlefield conditions.
60% increase in battery life of a typical computer