Visual acuity transmitter
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The visual acuity transmitter was a device developed by Lieutenant Geordi La Forge in 2364 for use with his VISOR.
The transmitter was a small cube-shaped device that fit on the side of the VISOR, and allowed the visual input from the VISOR to be transmitted to a display unit, such as a viewscreen. Due to the huge amount of information generated by the VISOR, the transmission was unstable, and only had a range of a few kilometers.