A VIEW TO A KILL . China shows off high-tech Z-10 attack chopper helmets that can aim deadly machine guns using pilot’s EYESIGHT in chilling vid

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A VIEW TO A KILL . China shows off high-tech Z-10 attack chopper helmets that can aim deadly machine guns using pilot’s EYESIGHT in chilling vid

  • 10:07 ET, Jan 14 2022

CHINA has shown off its ultra-high-tech attack chopper helmets that can aim killer machine guns using the pilot's eyesight.

Chilling footage shows the helmets with the self-aiming function being controlled by the pilot's eye movements.

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The high-tech helmets can aim guns towards a target depending on the pilot's eyesight

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The chilling video shows the attack choppers during exercises
The video, shared by the Chinese military on social media site Weibo, demonstrates how the deadly helmet worked during combat training.

The high tech helmet was also used by the pilots of the Z-10 attack chopper, during military exercises, according to the Global Times.

The Z-10, which is equipped with the latest technology, was used during exercises near Taiwan last year.

The outlet states that the "specially made" helmet "can display all key parameters and battlefield dynamics directly onto the visor" and the pilot can use it to aim "as the weapons will point to wherever the pilot is looking to through the helmet."

It comes after the UK, Russia, the US, China and France released a rare joint statement admitting "no one can win a nuclear war" amid fears of an upcoming World War 3.

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A VIEW TO A KILL . China shows off high-tech Z-10 attack chopper helmets that can aim deadly machine guns using pilot’s EYESIGHT in chilling vid


CHINA has shown off its ultra-high-tech attack chopper helmets that can aim killer machine guns using the pilot's eyesight.

Chilling footage shows the helmets with the self-aiming function being controlled by the pilot's eye movements.

NINTCHDBPICT000705138801.jpg

The high-tech helmets can aim guns towards a target depending on the pilot's eyesight

NINTCHDBPICT000705137005.jpg

The chilling video shows the attack choppers during exercises
The video, shared by the Chinese military on social media site Weibo, demonstrates how the deadly helmet worked during combat training.

The high tech helmet was also used by the pilots of the Z-10 attack chopper, during military exercises, according to the Global Times.

The Z-10, which is equipped with the latest technology, was used during exercises near Taiwan last year.

The outlet states that the "specially made" helmet "can display all key parameters and battlefield dynamics directly onto the visor" and the pilot can use it to aim "as the weapons will point to wherever the pilot is looking to through the helmet."

It comes after the UK, Russia, the US, China and France released a rare joint statement admitting "no one can win a nuclear war" amid fears of an upcoming World War 3.

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that helmet system isn't anything new even the AH-1 cobras had those
 

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What's so chilling about it...looks like just another CCP propaganda video
 

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India and China ain't so diffrent when It comes to propaganda
I admire China in this
And so do India
Propaganda warfare is important, only stupid countries will ignore it to show that their "image" is good
 

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I m not an expert on this, below is what explained in another forum

I am sure it's new. AA missile is using infra heat sensor to lock onto target where sky is clear, easy to pick up target.

While this is using geometry position and sensitivity of the user to rapidly position the gun to where he wanted. They are both different concept. Feel free to prove your point by demostrate similar such weapon from US or European. I dare to say, Chinese is first to put it into operation.
 
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