Effect of image tilt of a virtual image display on simulated transport touchdown performance
Russell V. Parrish, William M. Kahlbaum, George G. Steinmetz, United States. National Aeronautics and Space Administration. Scientific and Technical Information Branch, Langley Research Center
National Aeronautics and Space Administration, Scientific and Technical Information Branch, 1979 - Imaging systems - 14 pages
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Aeronautics and Space ANALYSIS OF VARIANCE apparent depth changes CGI scene changes with tilt collimated at infinity Computer Generated Image conclusion is based display system Dutch roll effect of image evaluation factor ref flare and touchdown flight simulator glide slope Image CGI image surface image tilt image would lessen improvement in objective increased depth cues increased effort involved indicated increased depth indications of apparent involved to obtain landing approach Langley Research Center mathematical model mean and standard NASA National Aeronautics objective performance objective results obtain the proper opinions indicated increased Performing Organization proper tilt profile resultant improvement revealed no significant rudimentary CGI display rudimentary Computer significant differences sink rate sophisticated CGI system Space Administration standard deviations subjective data subjective opinions indicated system were available TERRAIN BOARD PERFORMANCE terrain board scene terrain model-board scene tilt effect tilted CGI image tilted conditions tilted display untilted and tilted visual effect visual scene