Extended Peripheral Vision Zone™

Wearer's Blind Area



Person's Natural Line of Sight Using Their Own Peripheral Vision

Area of Motion Detection When Wearing GOBLIN® Peripheral Vision System™

Driver's Blind Spot

Vehicle Mirror Visibility

In this worse-case scenario, the Ford 880 truck is facing North. Approximately 15 feet behind the truck is a person, facing south, wearing a GOBLIN® Peripheral Vision System™ (with their head in a fixed position). The truck can get no closer than 15 feet before the person is made aware of the motion behind them. In other scenarios (where the person is rotating their head) the distance where they are made aware of motion is much greater. As indicated, without the GOBLIN® Peripheral Vision System™ neither truck nor person would be able to see each other.


“At Neuwaukum Industries Inc., our collective mission is to save lives, prevent injuries, and improve job safety by providing innovative products that meet the demands of today’s work place.”
Donn Bauer Jr., Founder, Neuwaukum Industries Inc. (NII)

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