Phone Skope Tries Artificial Intelligence Program & Releases Skoped-AI – SHOT 2020

Phone Skope has partnered with Seekar Technologies in order to develop an artificial intelligence program to implement into their app along with augmented reality aspects. With this partnership, they have released Skoped AI, an app that can be downloaded for IOS and Android users.

This is what the view looks like inside of the Vision app.

Yes, I realize that is a lot to take in right at the get-go… artificial intelligence and augmented reality. This is no Skynet; you don’t have to worry about Skoped-AI taking over civilization. Instead, with a tap of the screen, Skoped AI can be used to track and score game through a spotting scope, mark locations that you are looking at through the spotting scope on a map, provide distance measurements, calculate shot grouping sizes, superimpose accurate reticles within a spotting scope, voice command for the app, 3D pin sharing, and much much more.

I will not be describing any of these abilities in-depth here, so you’re going to have to wait for a full review. But there will be one soon on GunsAmerica’s Hunt365!

This is a screenshot that I took on my phone while I played with the different functions of the Vision app.

Backing up a bit: Seekar Technologies has been providing similar tech that has been used in the medical field and for law enforcement applications. This AI and AR tech is not a prototype, as it has already proven to be extremely reliable and accurate. The new and exciting thing here is its adaptation for hunters, hikers, and shooters within an easy-to-use app.

Click HERE to learn more about Skoped AI.

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About the author: Riley Baxter is an avid and experienced hunter, shooter, outdoorsman, and he’s worked in the backcountry guiding for an outfitter. He also get’s a lot of enjoyment out of building or customizing his firearms and equipment. Check out Riley’s Instagram @Shooter300

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  • Ti February 24, 2020, 9:56 pm

    I went to the site. I hope this group goes somewhere.

    I’ve used some VR apps on the Iphone, and was quite impressed(professional apps, not games).

    This looks promising in that the ephone is the processor for the external adapter used in conjunction with the optical array in the phone – Cool!

  • Greg Calvert February 13, 2020, 3:58 pm

    Where can this be downloaded? I can find no such app in the store or anything that mentions it on their website, only medical field applications.

  • Zupglick February 11, 2020, 11:10 am

    Best “AI” in the world is the human brain. It might be slower, but I already have one.

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