BAE Q-Sight

Body Location

Worn on the Head

Primary Application


About Q-Sight

Q-Sight is a family of helmet-mounted see-through displays from defence manufacturer BAE Systems, aimed primarily at military users. Q-Sight displays clip onto existing helmets and use a patented display technology that minimizes weight and bulkiness and reduces eyestrain. The displays have a circular display resolution of 768 pixels and support DVI-D input as well as analogue signal input.


BAE Systems

Device Name


Consumer Release

December 2009


No Announcement Yet

Q-Sight Network


LCD Display

Power Source

External Source


Linux, OSX & Windows

Immediate Workplace Benefits

Safety & Security

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