Isn’t it time for your lenses to work as hard as you do?
When you’re in the field, your brain is constantly working: identifying threats, making quick decisions, and taking decisive action. No matter where you are in the world you need all your senses to be working in peak form.
Every theater of operation has a range of colors and lighting that define the overall environment. While it would make sense for your eyewear to be adaptable to each of these environments, most protective lenses leave all the work to your eyes and brain to adapt, leading to eye fatigue.
That’s why we developed our new I-Vis lens technology. Using artificial intelligence, we are able to quickly determine the best lens color for each environment based on the color palette of the location along with the prospective light conditions.
The result is a system of lenses that allow you to experience greater color depth in a given environment versus the naked eye. This greater color perception provides faster recognition of threats, both static and active. For example, a soldier using the environmentally appropriate lens is more likely to notice the difference between two shades of brown that indicates the disturbed earth around a buried IED, or it will make a trigger wire stand out from background colors more readily.
I-Vis technology is currently available in Revision’s StingerHawk®, SnowHawk®, and SpeedDemon ballistic eyewear. Individuals and agencies can order individual StingerHawk spectacles and lenses in each I-Vis lens tint, and individual SnowHawk kit and lenses in the two I-Vis lens tints tailored for snowy environments, Clara and Umbra.
Jungles and forests contain lush greens with canopied lighting
Deserts are a sea of tans and browns lit by open sky
Alpine areas are crisply lit fields of scree fields of browns and greys above the treeline
Urban areas are dominated by grays and variable light conditions
Arctic areas feature vast snowfields of white and blue
It's not just us. Check out what have been saying about our revolutionary I-Vis technology:
- Soldier Systems - Revision I-Vis: Compelling Contrast and Color Accuracy
- Shooting Illustrated - Revision Military I-Vis Eye Protection Review
- OutdoorHub - Revision’s NEW I-VIS Lenses: Enhance your hunting vision
- AllOutdoor.com - NEW Revision Military I-Vis Technology Enhanced Ballistic Eyewear
- The Firearm Blog - Revision Military’s New I-Vis Vision Enhancement Ballistic Eyewear
- GatDaily - Practical Applications of the New I-Vis Revision Lens’s
- Kit Badger - Revision I-Vis Technology
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The Verso lens is our most technically complex lens designed to thrive in the widest range of environments and settings.
This lens excels at separating colors, expanding the volume of color visible to the wearer in many environments.
If you’re unsure of the mission profile, this is the lens to use. (VLT: 19%*)
The Aros lens enhances colors found in typical desert environments.
It brings out differences between similar shades of brown, tan, yellow, and orange colors while making man-made structures and objects stand out.
The Cano lens is modeled to provide color definition in an environment dominated by greens, browns, and grays.
Visual light transmission is maximized for this lens since operations will be conducted in densely forested areas where the canopy heavily shades the terrain.
Man-made structures will stand out, as will differences in the foreground landscape. (VLT: 37%*)
The Alto is suited to dry, high-altitude environments dominated by grays, tans, and blues such as those found in northern Afghanistan.
This lens brings out differences in prevalent landscape colors to help troops read terrain and notice man-made structures, roads, and people.
The Clara lens brings out color definition and contrast in brightly lit areas of white, gray, and blue found in snowy wooded areas, rocks, and mountains.
It is modeled for use in northern Europe, Scandinavia, and the Baltics, and Poland.
This lens will help the wearer better see the undulations of snowpack, identify recently covered tracks, estimate distances, and makes man-made structures, vehicles, and people stand out. (VLT: 12%*)
The Umbra lens is designed to bring out color contrast in overcast, snow-covered scenes that are dominated by whites and grays found in snowy wooded areas, rocks, and mountains.
It is modeled for use in northern Europe, Scandinavia, the Baltics, and Poland.
This lens will help the wearer better see the undulations of snowpack, identify recently covered tracks, estimate distances, and makes man-made structures, vehicles, and people stand out. (VLT: 48%*)