2 July 1985 Problems Of The Visual Display In Flight Simulation
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Proceedings Volume 0549, Image Quality: An Overview; (1985) https://doi.org/10.1117/12.948806
Event: 1985 Technical Symposium East, 1985, Arlington, United States
Abstract
The visual display presents a major source of critical information to the pilot in a flight training simulator. At the same time, due to underspecification or underdesign of the visual display system, the information presented to the pilot is grossly incomplete. If the pilot saw in the real aircraft as well as he sees in the simulator, he would not be allowed to fly (or even drive a car): he would be legally blind! These problems in the visual display are the result of misapplication or misunderstanding of the pilots visual perceptions and the limitations of resolution and scene detail of the visual display. This paper presents a summary of the principles of limiting resolution and the definition of scene detail, as well as a discussion of other visual parameters; and the importance of these factors in obtaining satisfactory standards in initial and continuation training in a flight simulator.
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Robert E. Clapp, "Problems Of The Visual Display In Flight Simulation", Proc. SPIE 0549, Image Quality: An Overview, (2 July 1985); doi: 10.1117/12.948806; https://doi.org/10.1117/12.948806
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