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16 August 1999 3D display design concept for cockpit and mission crewstations
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Abstract
Simple visual cues increase human awareness and perception and decrease reaction times. Humans are visual beings requiring visual cues to warn them of impending danger especially on combat aviation. The simplest cues are those that allow the individual to immerse themselves in the situations to which they must respond. Two-dimensional (2-D) display technology has real limits on what types of information and how much information it can present to the viewer without becoming disorienting or confusing. True situational awareness requires a transition from 2-D to three-dimensional (3-D) display technology.
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Jarod R. Thayn, Joseph Ghrayeb, and Darrel G. Hopper "3D display design concept for cockpit and mission crewstations", Proc. SPIE 3690, Cockpit Displays VI: Displays for Defense Applications, (16 August 1999); https://doi.org/10.1117/12.357592
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