The white light image on the left is the way our netbook used to look like outside when we were running the imaging telescope at night.
The light on the horizon to the right is the light pollution from Kingston.
Even with its brightness turned down!
We finally mounted some red lithograph film on it with velcro and our nightvision has been saved.
Eventually, once we get the pointing accuracy down pat, we will not need to be outside manually pointing the scope
while checking the imaging readout to see it is centred.

The netbook is running off wifi, batteries and is sitting atop a portable outdoor table (like a tv table) along with a shield made from aircore to keep the dew off the computer.

The red light off to the left is the meade hand controller sitting with the telescope.