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Proceedings of SPIE Volume 1290

Helmet-Mounted Displays II
Editor(s): Ronald J. Lewandowski
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Volume Details

Volume Number: 1290
Date Published: 1 October 1990
Softcover: 24 papers (274) pages
ISBN: 9780819403414

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Holographic helmet-mounted display application for the extravehicular mobility unit
Author(s): Mark Jason Weinstock; Wallace Pishtey; Joseph A. LaRussa; Constance L. Tritsch
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Full-color wide field-of-view holographic helmet-mounted display for pilot/vehicle interface development and human factors studies
Author(s): James R. Burley; Joseph A. LaRussa
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Development of the combiner-eyepiece night-vision goggle
Author(s): Alexander A. Cameron
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Developments in CRTs for HMD applications
Author(s): John Derek Leyland; Frank Walters; D. George Etherington
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Tracking a head-mounted display in a room-sized environment with head-mounted cameras
Author(s): Jih-Fang Wang; Ronald T. Azuma; Gary Bishop; Vernon Chi; John Eyles; Henry Fuchs
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Low-light-level television systems in helmet-mounted displays
Author(s): Max Schrijvershof; Jaap van den Berg; J. Ben J. Schelen
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Helmet display options: a route map
Author(s): George Carter Bull
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Requirements of an HMS/D for a night-flying helicopter
Author(s): Hans-Dieter Viktor Boehm; R. Schranner
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Design and flight testing of an electronic visibility system
Author(s): Mark S. Rolwes
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Real-time space-stabilized digital gimbal
Author(s): Mark S. Clingan; Michael J. Parise
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Development of an aviator's helmet-mounted night-vision goggle system
Author(s): Gerry H. Wilson; Robert J. McFarlane
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Human factors and safety considerations of night-vision systems flight using thermal imaging systems
Author(s): Clarence E. Rash; Robert W. Verona; John S. Crowley
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Visual processing: implications for helmet-mounted displays
Author(s): J. Lynn Caldwell; Rhonda L. S. Cornum; Robert L. Stephens; Clarence E. Rash
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Effect on visual-recognition performance of misregistration and overlap for a biocular helmet-mounted display
Author(s): Francine Landau
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Fundamental monocular/binocular HMD human factors
Author(s): Thomas M. Lippert
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Head-tracking accuracy in view of boresighting and parallax compensation
Author(s): Walter E. Axt; Ernst-August Mueller
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Resolution and signal-to-noise measurement of U.S. Army night-vision goggles
Author(s): Lorenzo A. Rivamonte
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Development and usage of helmet-mounted displays
Author(s): Geoffrey J. N. Clarkson; A. Karavis
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F-16 helmet-mounted display flight evaluations
Author(s): Bruce L. Butterfield
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Evaluation of virtual cockpit concepts during simulated missions
Author(s): Martin G. Kaye; Judith Ineson; Donald Nigel Jarrett; G. Wickham
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Head movement during simulated air-to-air engagements
Author(s): Maxwell J. Wells; Michael W. Haas
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Aim sight
Author(s): Ralph J. St. John; Bradley D. Purvis
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Use of holographic optical elements in HMDs
Author(s): Godelieve De Vos; Guido M.L. Brandt
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Drive electronics system for helmet-mounted displays using mixed-mode integrated circuits for video signal processing
Author(s): Brian A. Blow
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