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* ''VideoGame/NoMansSky'' has a Scanner accessory for your Multi-Tool that allows you to bring up a first person scanner visor. This visor shows you information such as planet-relative time of the day, temperature, how much time you have before your Exosuit's hazardous environment shields run out of power and your health starts dropping, location of mineral deposits, points of interest and player-defined waypoints, and it also shows you information about whatever you have on your scanner's central sight, such as chemical composition of minerals or behavior information about an animal species. In addition, for every new mineral, plant or animal you scan, you will receive Nanite Clusters that function as currency to purchase upgrades for your Multi-Tool, Exosuit or spaceship.

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* ''VideoGame/NoMansSky'' has a Scanner accessory for your Multi-Tool that allows you to bring up a first person scanner visor. This visor shows you information such as planet-relative time of the day, temperature, how much time you have before your Exosuit's hazardous environment shields run out of power and your health starts dropping, location of mineral deposits, points of interest and player-defined waypoints, and it also shows you information about whatever you have on your scanner's central sight, such as chemical composition of minerals or behavior information about an animal species. In addition, for every new mineral, plant or animal you scan, you will receive a small amount of Nanite Clusters that function as currency to purchase upgrades for your Multi-Tool, Exosuit or spaceship.

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* ''VideoGame/NoMansSky'' has a Scanner accessory for your Multi-Tool that allows you to bring up a first person scanner visor. This visor shows you information such as planet-relative time of the day, temperature, how much time you have before your Exosuit's hazardous environment shields run out of power and your health starts dropping, location of mineral deposits, points of interest and player-defined waypoints, and it also shows you information about whatever you have on your scanner's central sight, such as chemical composition of minerals or behavior information about an animal species. In addition, for every new mineral, plant or animal you scan, you will receive Nanite Clusters that function as currency to purchase upgrades for your Multi-Tool, Exosuit or spaceship.


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Whether it's thanks to a RoboCam, a mystical talisman, or a [[ElectronicEyes cyborg eye]], the character is privy to an EnemyScan that shows their opponent's height, weight, age, fighting style, [[PersonalityBloodTypes blood type]] and [[{{ArsonMurderAndJaywalking}} preferred brand of chewing gum]]. Expect any readings to be a RandomPowerRanking; if the opponent is weaker, expect {{Trash Talk}}ing (and eating of crow once it turns out they're [[IAmNotLeftHanded Not Left Handed]]) and if they're much, much stronger cries of "[[ReadingsAreOffTheScale It's Over Nine Thousand!!!]]" with the prompt [[ExplosiveInstrumentation over]][[ReadingsBlewUpTheScale loading]] of the device.

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Whether it's thanks to a RoboCam, a mystical talisman, or a [[ElectronicEyes cyborg eye]], the character is privy to an EnemyScan that shows their opponent's height, weight, age, fighting style, [[PersonalityBloodTypes blood type]] and [[{{ArsonMurderAndJaywalking}} [[ArsonMurderAndJaywalking preferred brand of chewing gum]]. Expect any readings to be a RandomPowerRanking; if the opponent is weaker, expect {{Trash Talk}}ing (and eating of crow once it turns out they're [[IAmNotLeftHanded Not Left Handed]]) and if they're much, much stronger cries of "[[ReadingsAreOffTheScale It's Over Nine Thousand!!!]]" with the prompt [[ExplosiveInstrumentation over]][[ReadingsBlewUpTheScale loading]] of the device.



See also EnemyScan and SensingYouAreOutmatched.

This is the JustForFun/SciFiCounterpart of AuraVision.

See Also AugmentedReality, ongoing RealLife research towards [[LifeImitatesArt making this trope reality]].

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See also EnemyScan and SensingYouAreOutmatched.

This is the JustForFun/SciFiCounterpart of AuraVision.

AuraVision. See Also also EnemyScan, SensingYouAreOutmatched, and AugmentedReality, ongoing RealLife research towards [[LifeImitatesArt making this trope reality]].








* Pokedexes serve this purpose in both the ''Anime/{{Pokemon}}'' anime and the ''Manga/PokemonSpecial'' manga.

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* Pokedexes serve this purpose in both the ''Anime/{{Pokemon}}'' anime and the ''Manga/PokemonSpecial'' ''Manga/PokemonAdventures'' manga.

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* Tapping on a character during a battle in VideoGame/FireEmblemHeroes allows the player to look at their stats, levels, and abilities.


* Shows up in the VisualNovel of ''VisualNovel/FateStayNight'': All Masters in the Holy Grail War are able to read and store information such as the status and abilities of all Servants they've encountered. It's also explicitly stated that there is no unified system for it: No two Masters see this info in the same way and each have their own system for actualizing this data in a way they can understand. [[TheHero Shirou]] uses a fantasy RPG-style grading system that ranges from A to E, with [[RankInflation a separate "EX" rank]] for cases that are to special rules or are outright unquantifiable. Of course, in ''LightNovel/FateZero'', everyone suddenly speaks in that RPG-style system, because its what the fans are used to.

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* Shows up in the VisualNovel of ''VisualNovel/FateStayNight'': All Masters in the Holy Grail War are able to read and store information such as the status and abilities of all Servants they've encountered. It's also explicitly stated that there is no unified system for it: No two Masters see this info in the same way and each have their own system for actualizing this data in a way they can understand. [[TheHero Shirou]] uses a fantasy RPG-style grading system that ranges from A to E, with [[RankInflation a separate "EX" rank]] for cases that are to special rules or are outright unquantifiable. Of course, in ''LightNovel/FateZero'', everyone suddenly speaks in that RPG-style system, because its what the fans are used to. In ''Literature/FateStrangeFake'', Tiné Chelc sees Servant stats as rivers around the Servant, with a faster river meaning a higher stat.


** [[ChivilrousPervert Kagura's]] stat-o-vision has a very specific setting - identifying female opponents' measurements in his match intro scenes.

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** [[ChivilrousPervert [[ChivalrousPervert Kagura's]] stat-o-vision has a very specific setting - identifying female opponents' measurements in his match intro scenes.


* ''Franchise/BlazBlue'': [[ChivilrousPervert Kagura's]] stat-o-vision has a very specific setting - identifying female opponents' measurements in his match intro scenes.

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Kagura's]] stat-o-vision has a very specific setting - identifying female opponents' measurements in his match intro scenes.scenes.
** [[Characters/BlazBlueLightNovelCharacters Naoto Kurogane]] has his Eye of the Hunter (狩人の眼 Karyūdo no Me) in his right eye, which displays a person's life force in a numerical value. It's also stated to be affected by moods, increasing with positives and decreasing with negatives respectively.
* VideoGame/FireEmblemAwakening: has the Avatar/Robin. He/she claims to be able to "see things" on the battlefield and seems to be aware of the game's pair-up system.


* ''MetalGearSolid'' has several examples:

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* ''MetalGearSolid'' ''VideoGame/MetalGearSolid'' has several examples:


* In The 24th Pegasus's [[https://www.fimfiction.net/story/389502/numbers Numbers]], Fluttershy starts seeing numbers ticking down over various ponies' heads after having her life saved in the nick of time by another pony. She quickly figures out that they [[DeathsHourglass indicate how much time a pony has left to live]] - and Rainbow Dash's number is very low, only a day away, meaning she will have to work fast to figure out what is going to kill her friend and stop it from happening.

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* In The 24th Pegasus's [[https://www.fimfiction.net/story/389502/numbers Numbers]], Fluttershy starts seeing numbers ticking down over various ponies' heads after having her life saved in the nick of time by another pony. She quickly figures out that they [[DeathsHourglass indicate how much time a pony has left to live]] - and Rainbow Dash's number is very low, only a day few hours away, meaning she will have to work fast to figure out what is going to kill her friend and stop it from happening.

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* In The 24th Pegasus's [[https://www.fimfiction.net/story/389502/numbers Numbers]], Fluttershy starts seeing numbers ticking down over various ponies' heads after having her life saved in the nick of time by another pony. She quickly figures out that they [[DeathsHourglass indicate how much time a pony has left to live]] - and Rainbow Dash's number is very low, only a day away, meaning she will have to work fast to figure out what is going to kill her friend and stop it from happening.
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* In ''Anime/YuGiOh5Ds'', [[BadassBiker turbo duelists]] have helmets that provide stats for enemy monsters. In ''Anime/YuGiOhZexal'', the augmented reality visors perform the same function as they display the monsters for the duelists.

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* In ''Anime/YuGiOh5Ds'', [[BadassBiker turbo duelists]] have helmets that provide stats for enemy monsters. In ''Anime/YuGiOhZexal'', ''Anime/YuGiOhZEXAL'', the augmented reality visors perform the same function as they display the monsters for the duelists.


* ''Film/StrangerThanFiction'' has a variable of this. Harold Crick is an I.R.S. auditor who, due to his boring life or just why he's good at his job, frequently sees the world in numbers and measurements. The thing is that what he detects are seemingly random, like number of steps taken (and that are left) to his bus stop, a pictorial readout of tying a Half-Windsor, math in his head next to his head. It's not vital information, but more of just an example of how his brain works. He is subtly irritated (and this is WillFerrell we're talking about) when a college professor keeps asking how many steps he counted while they had a conversation. He wasn't counting tiles; he was measuring percentages of soap left in dispensers. It's not a compulsion and it's not always the same thing, he's not Rain Man. Used less and less as the movie goes on.

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* ''Film/StrangerThanFiction'' has a variable of this. Harold Crick is an I.R.S. auditor who, due to his boring life or just why he's good at his job, frequently sees the world in numbers and measurements. The thing is that what he detects are seemingly random, like number of steps taken (and that are left) to his bus stop, a pictorial readout of tying a Half-Windsor, math in his head next to his head. It's not vital information, but more of just an example of how his brain works. He is subtly irritated (and this is WillFerrell Creator/WillFerrell we're talking about) when a college professor keeps asking how many steps he counted while they had a conversation. He wasn't counting tiles; he was measuring percentages of soap left in dispensers. It's not a compulsion and it's not always the same thing, he's not Rain Man. Used less and less as the movie goes on.

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* ''Franchise/BlazBlue'': [[ChivilrousPervert Kagura's]] stat-o-vision has a very specific setting - identifying female opponents' measurements in his match intro scenes.

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