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10 June 1994 Miniature color display for airborne helmet-mounted displays (HMDs)
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A new miniature color display technology has been developed for airborne helmet-mounted applications. A stack containing three AMLCDs, operating in a subtractive-color mode, is used to obtain 400 X 300 full-color pixels in a 3.3 X 2.5-cm (1.3 X 1.0-inch) active area, yielding a resolution of 118 pixels/cm (300 pixels/inch). Display luminance and contrast are sufficient to produce a 2:1 contrast ratio under worst-case airborne viewing conditions, using typical helmet-mounted display optics. Considerations that led to the selection of this technology for development, results, and future plans are discussed.
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David L. Post "Miniature color display for airborne helmet-mounted displays (HMDs)", Proc. SPIE 2218, Helmet- and Head-Mounted Displays and Symbology Design Requirements, (10 June 1994); https://doi.org/10.1117/12.177349
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