Enhanced/Synthetic Vision Systems: Human Factors Research and Implications for Future Systems 921968
This paper reviews recent human factors research studies conducted in the Aerospace Human Factors Research Division at NASA Ames Research Center related to the development and usage of Enhanced or Synthetic Vision Systems. Research discussed includes studies of field of view (FOV), representational differences of infrared (IR) imagery, head-up display (HUD) symbology, HUD advanced concept designs, sensor fusion, and sensor/database fusion and evaluation. Implications for the design and usage of Enhanced or Synthetic Vision Systems are discussed.
Citation: Foyle, D., Ahumada, A., Larimer, J., and Sweet, B., "Enhanced/Synthetic Vision Systems: Human Factors Research and Implications for Future Systems," SAE Technical Paper 921968, 1992, https://doi.org/10.4271/921968. Download Citation
David C. Foyle, Albert J. Ahumada, James Larimer, Barbara Townsend Sweet
NASA Ames Research Cente
Aerospace Technology Conference and Exposition
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