Smart guns aren't exactly a popular topic in consumer electronics. But TrackingPoint made an appearance at last week's Consumer Electronics Show with a Wi-Fi networked sniper scope that can lock on targets from afar and track them while they move. Targeted at hunters, it promises them "precision-guided accuracy" when taking long-distance shots that shifting winds, jitter, recoil, and range miscalculation can throw off.
TrackingPoint's Wi-Fi networked sniper scope can lock on targets from afar and stream gun sight video
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