asteroza + ballistic   11

BODYGUARD™ by ProTecht
Saying it doubles as tornado flying object protection is weak sauce, after the "For the Children!!!1" exclamation marks. Now, as a redeployable ballistic shield for use while on the move, it might have legs. For child safety though, really, if you are that afraid, buy the little tiger a ballistic school uniform or home school.
portable  ballistic  shield  cover  sheet  panel  armor  defense  protection  child  safety  Dyneema  TypeIIIA  Delicious 
june 2014 by asteroza
Hardwire LLC
Catering to the hysteric fears over child safety, an educational whiteboard that doubles as a ballistic shield! Too bad it won't do you any good if the legs are still exposed...
bulletproof  defense  whiteboard  hardware  ballistic  shield  Delicious 
february 2013 by asteroza
Company making modified paired sniper rifle/scope setups with a special firing solution computer built into the scope. Sniper tags a desired target, then the scope continuously shows current expected hit point based on realtime firing solution info. Sniper wiggles his rifle to aim the aimpoint close to the taged target. If the aim is close enough, the scope then autonomously fires the rifle. If this was combined with that Sandia guided bullet technology, you would have a real winner.
acquisition  target  semiautonomous  devices  electronics  hardware  military  weapon  computer  ballistic  scope  solution  firing  automated  rifle  sniper  Delicious 
december 2012 by asteroza
Impact Armor Technologies | Ballistic Clipboard | Armor Shield | Bullet Proof Body Armored Plates
A bulletproof clipboard. While I can appreciate the rationale behind it, that line of thought will only end in kevlar iPad covers.
ballistic  armor  clipboard  bulletproof  defense  shield  military  police  hardware  Delicious 
november 2011 by asteroza
Superlight armour jacket announced | SciTech from 2009-02-27 till 2009-02-27 | RT
Possible alternative armored vest design , which takes some design cues from the dragonscale armor much touted by soldiers and PMC's in Iraq. I think it is a form of forced tumbling of the bullet, so it can't hit the real armor layer underneath using the point of the bullet, and instead the armor layer gets hit with a bullet that is traveling sideways, which improves the spread of kinetic energy in the armor layer and thus reduces the chances of penetration Doesn't solve the problem of it hurting like hell though, but maybe a shear thickening layer of gel padding underneath the main armor layer might help mitigate it from being kicked by mule to being assaulted by a phonebook.
technology  materials  research  science  protection  defense  clothing  military  vest  russia  police  armor  ballistic  ricochet  balls  Delicious 
march 2009 by asteroza

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