In the Fight Against ISIS, Play Station Used in Home-Made Armored Car (Video)

A small band of fighters within the Free Syrian Army have used computer game technology to help weaponize their home-made armored car.

The armored car’s roof mounted .50 caliber machine-gun is controlled via a Play Station console.

This allows the gunner to sit safely within the vehicle while he operates the machine-gun.

Through using video cameras, the gunner can hit targets a mile away.

The fighters use the armored car to pick up their wounded and their Play Station operated machine-gun gives them further protection against Islamic State snipers. See the video above for more.

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