very cool device. i bet the hardest part was making a computer controlled reticule that is durable, computers have been good at math for a while :supergrin: . the shooter still needs to hold, move, and fire the gun, lot of moving and shaking that can still screw up a shot.
well, never mind, should have paid more attention to the bottom. digital crosshairs and the gun auto fires.
I recently saw a scope that had a laser range finder with BDC compensation as well as a gyro set up that could adjust your crosshairs for elevation. Measure wind(at the shooter) and compensate. The most interesting was that due to the gyro you could follow a moving target and it would pop up a lead indicator so you could lead the target. All based on the previous calculations. It was $40K. Pretty cool....but not $40K cool.