Came accross this today: Lockheed to Develop Advanced Rifle Scope - Army Technology
The meat of the article:
If and when this comes out, and it and when it works, it may be the next "revolutionary" step in combat optics. I know I sure want one...The dynamic image gunsight optic (DInGO) is an optical scope attachment to be used on standard combat rifles, which will provide the soldiers with an accurate target view without the need to change scopes or decrease optical resolution.
DInGO uses a low-power laser rangefinder, which automatically calculates the range and digitally zooms into the target taking into account environmental conditions. It then projects the bullet's point-of-impact calculated from the embedded ballistics computer.
The system will significantly enhance the soldiers' ability to accurately hit targets at a range of between 3m and 600m.
Based on Lockheed Martin's One Shot advanced sighting system, the DInGO uses a similar precision engagement technology to automatically transmit crosswind information to a long-range sniper's scope and exactly display the place where the bullet hits.