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Rabid Bunny 666
19-01-2008, 13:34
http://tech.uk.msn.com/news/article.aspx?cp-documentid=7281810

Such a funky idea.

Corrupt
19-01-2008, 13:49
I still think the DCCT at catterick garrison is the best FPS I've ever played on:)
But then again thats because you get a real sa80 and a screen full of baddies to blast, with up to 11 mates. And you actually have to reload and sight the rifle correctly.
And we wonder why the army is underfunded when they let cadets use such things:)

floyd pinkerton
19-01-2008, 14:47
I still think the DCCT at catterick garrison is the best FPS I've ever played on:)
But then again thats because you get a real sa80 and a screen full of baddies to blast, with up to 11 mates. And you actually have to reload and sight the rifle correctly.
And we wonder why the army is underfunded when they let cadets use such things:)

Seconded. I've been on one at Wafgill (sp?) and it was plain awesome:D

pwrgmrguard
19-01-2008, 15:22
deer hunting with a 20 gauge is the best I've done.

Goq Gar
19-01-2008, 16:22
Am I the only one who realises medical officials have, for decades, been warning AGAINST shining lights directly into your eyes?

And to pwrgmrguard: but you threw them back after you caught them, right?

LeggoMeEggo
26-01-2008, 05:11
that would be really cool but the whole thing in your eye *shivers*

Drogmir
26-01-2008, 05:26
I wonder what happens if some goes terribly wrong?

Science Fiction story here I come!

Marsekay
26-01-2008, 21:53
i never liked the idea of contacts as they make me scared i will injure myself.
i definately wont be trying this lol

Lord of ???
26-01-2008, 23:01
If they make them bluetooth (Or similar wireless technology of the future) enabled it will be awesome!!!

The pestilent 1
26-01-2008, 23:12
i never liked the idea of contacts as they make me scared i will injure myself.
i definately wont be trying this lol

You won't, I jabbed myself in the Iris so many damn times during my Trial.

Course, I couldn't put them in anyway, so I'd never be able to use it.

Ironbreaker
27-01-2008, 01:20
Am I the only one who realises medical officials have, for decades, been warning AGAINST shining lights directly into your eyes?
I thought even the lenses with designs on them could damage your vision.


Also, how can you even focus on something that close?

pwrgmrguard
27-01-2008, 06:32
To Goq: HELL NO!;)

Venison steak is so good.