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23 September 1996 Design principle of the peripheral vision display system
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The peripheral vision display system (PVDS) presents the pilot with a gyro stabilized artificial horizon projected onto the instrument panel by means of a red laser light source. The pilot can detect changes to aircraft attitude without continuously referring back to his flight instruments. The PVDS effectively applies the peripheral vision of the pilot to overcome disorientation. This paper gives the principles of the PVDS, according to which, we have designed the PVDS and used it for aviation medicine.
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Xiaowei Guo, Yuefeng Wang, Yanxiong Niu, Lishen Yu, and Shen H. Liu "Design principle of the peripheral vision display system", Proc. SPIE 2887, Lasers in Medicine and Dentistry: Diagnostics and Treatment, (23 September 1996);


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