It’s AR for military dogs, and it is working. In the last few years, the US Army is working on a mixed-reality display for its soldiers based on HoloLens technology of Microsoft.
A.J. Peper, the founder of Command Sight in Seattle, has developed a new way for the army to communicate with their working dogs on the battlefield.
Taking a pair of Rex Specs goggles, which is being used by the military for protecting the eyes of dogs, Peper added an optoelectronic component, building a heads-up display where optical cues can be stored in a digital overlay of the real world to guide and the military dogs.