Hit a target at 1,000 yards? No problem. Tracking Point's computer-enabled rifles let novices shoot moving targets at extreme distances with near 100 percent accuracy. The new era of firearms is upon us.
On today's show Mark and Jeff debut four amazing new trailers, talk about the next Xbox console and Robert DeNiro's involvement in the Uncharted movie, and take a First Look at the PS3 SharpShooter accessory.
On today's show Mark and Jeff debut four amazing new trailers, talk about the next Xbox console, Robert DeNiro's involvement in the Uncharted movie, and take a first look at the PS3 SharpShooter accessory.
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The US Army buys a handful of computer systems that can turn lesser-trained soldiers into premier snipers.
A Glass app created by rifle-maker Tracking Point lets shooters hit targets "around corners, from unsupported positions, behind the back, to the side, and over barricades."
"From difficult firing positions, such as kneeling, standing or even lying beneath an automobile," novice shooters can hit targets 500 yards away with Tracking Point's computerized semi-automatic rifles.
The weapons landscape is going through major changes as startups invent precision rifles, high-tech scopes, gun-centric iPhone adapters, and pistols that require fingerprint authorization.
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Ubisoft has put together a super-special edition of Assassin's Creed III that will be auctioned off for the Sydney Children's Hospital Foundation.