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Manufacturer: Baktoid Industries
Model: Mark XIV
- HUD Components
- Multiple Views: Omnigoggles feature X-Ray, Infrared, Nightvision, Polarized, Magnifying, capabilities and a built in HUD which could be rigged to access the HoloNet. It was not uncommon for mechanics to use the HUD to look at schematics while working. They could provide glare protection and could be air-tight if necessary.
- Omni-Eyes!: Wearing the goggles, the wearer can see numerous spectrums of light or use the HUD function.
- EMP Vulnerable: Due to the mechanical and technological nature of the goggles, they are vulnerable to EMP and Ion weaponry, which would render most of the different views inoperable.
Omni-visual multi-spectrum goggles, often shortened to Omnigoggles, designed and produced by Baktoid Industries and its subsidiaries. A useful tool, intended to replace the need for a helmet in order to properly access a HUD and the multiple visual systems usually found in high-end helmet models.
The goggles are simplistic, glare-resistance and polarized transparisteel lenses with a liquid-crystal overlay that is able to shift the spectrum of light it reads such as infrared, heatspex, x-ray, and nightvision views through the lenses. This allows a person to use them in combat or while piloting if necessary, as well as being standard for spacers and explorers. The goggles also feature a magnification option and the ability to seal to keep toxins from irritating the eyes.
Omnigoggles also feature a working Heads Up Display which can be connected to the holonet. Most often this is used so mechanics and technicians can have schematics and technical data just off their field of view and easily accessed. Some novices use it to have ‘How to’ videos playing while working on something.