Following up with my earlier post about ITS Tactical’s article on dry firing, we were sent a link to a website that specializes in dry firing technology: www.idryfire.com
What I think is pretty cool is that they have a system that gives much better feedback than the LaserLyte (though they are considerably more expensive). It looks like the system uses a camera to map the laser strikes and superimpose them on a digital picture. Some of the variations of the packages they offer allow you to dry fire at your computer screen (with a sheet of material that presumably makes the laser easy for the camera to see while allowing you to see through it). The other ones allow you to use a projector. The video below demonstrates one of the products using a SIRT pistol.
I think the technology could be used to do some interesting training scenarios, and is definitely a way to add some feedback into your dry firing training, though the price is a bit prohibitive for the upper end kits. I could also see it being of use to training classes.
It looks to be a commercial version of HomeLESS. Anyone here think this would be a useful addition to your training regime?