US Army trials augmented reality goggles for dogs

As featured in BBC News

Military Technology


Justin Bronk, research fellow at the Royal United Services Institute (Rusi) defence think tank, told the BBC that although the idea might sound like an "extravagant expense", it could still be useful. "An ability to direct dogs with visual cues through augmented reality goggles without having to maintain close physical proximity has obvious tactical benefits in a variety of situations," he said.