Komaal Collie, 24, front left,  and Brandon Wargo, 22, front right, both graduate research assistants at Florida Gulf Coast University (as seen through a generation three night vision scope), use night vision scopes to track professor Charlie Mesloh who had hidden himself in a clump of forest on the FGCU campus during a demonstration Tuesday night . Both Collie and Wargo are part of a grant-funded research group created by Mesloh that is testing and trying to improve upon law enforcement tools.

Photo by JAKOB SCHILLER, Daily News

Komaal Collie, 24, front left, and Brandon Wargo, 22, front right, both graduate research assistants at Florida Gulf Coast University (as seen through a generation three night vision scope), use night vision scopes to track professor Charlie Mesloh who had hidden himself in a clump of forest on the FGCU campus during a demonstration Tuesday night . Both Collie and Wargo are part of a grant-funded research group created by Mesloh that is testing and trying to improve upon law enforcement tools.

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