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Adaptive training with night vision camera

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The adaptive training of wearing a night vision camera does not correspond to the above-mentioned physical and psychological effects one-to-one. The physical and psychological effects do not exist in isolation but are interrelated. The targeted training should also be three-dimensional and comprehensive. So what is the adaptive training for wearing a night vision camera? Let's take a look at it next.



Here is the content list:

  • Parallel cone training

  • Target training

  • Toss training



Parallel cone training

Training method: Set up a training area with a length of 30 meters and a width of 3 meters. On the left and right boundaries, place short cone barrels in a "zigzag" shape every 3 meters to 5 meters. The trainees wear the night vision camera starts from the starting point and touches the left and right hands touch the upper edge of the cone barrel (if conditions permit, it is better to set a prompt device such as a vegetable bell at the upper end of the cone barrel) to reach the endpoint as soon as possible.

Training points: Mainly train the night vision camera's sense of distance, depth of field adaptation, focal length adjustment, and discomfort of the field of view angle, taking into account image analysis and proprioceptive training. The trainee should locate himself during the exercise process while keeping the head moving around the circle. To expand the field of vision to find the cone on the way, and accurately determine the position, touch it with your hand. The training proceeds from slow to fast, and after complete mastery, obstacles such as agile ladders, small hurdles, and jumping circles can be set up on the way to increase the difficulty of training.




Target training

Training method: A group of two people, wearing a night vision camera, stand opposite each other, one of them is holding a boxer target, the other is freehand, using boxing training to feed the target for training, 2 minutes to 3 minutes exchange.

Training points: It mainly trains dynamic distance sense and depth of field adaptation, taking into account proprioception and field of view angle adaptation. The trainee should keep the head moving, expand the field of vision, and strike the target as soon as it appears. The training starts from static, and after proficiency, two trainees can move on foot.




Toss training

Training method: A group of two people, wearing low-light night vision devices, according to different levels, stand 3 meters to 5 meters apart, throw sponge balls at each other (do not use hard balls such as basketball), can be stretched Distance or throwing on the move, not specifying the order of passes, and increasing the number of passes can also increase the difficulty.

Training points: It is mainly to train the night vision camera's sense of distance, proprioception, and balance. Trainees should adjust their position in time after making dynamic distance judgments, and enhance their hand-eye coordination ability to catch the ball. The trainee can be trained to stand on the balance board to enhance the sense of balance. Wearing a low-light night vision device for dodgeball game training has a similar training effect.




The above is about the adaptive training of wearing a night vision camera. If you are interested in a night vision camera, you can contact us. I look forward to your arrival very much and hope to cooperate with you.


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