An Evaluation of the Honeywell 7A Helmet-Mounted Display in Comparison with a Panel Display: Target Detection Performance.
AEROSPACE MEDICAL RESEARCH LAB WRIGHT-PATTERSON AFB OHIO
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Target detection performance of two groups of eight subjects was compared. Subjects of one group wore the Honeywell Model 7A helmet-mounted display HMD. A Hewlett-Packard Model panel display was used to present the imagery to the subjects of the other group. A 16mm movie projector and a TV camera were used to present the twenty-two target runs to terrain board imagery simulating inflight target search and detection. Performance scores obtained were average slant range to detection and number of correction identifications. Although performance slant range and hits with the panel display was slightly better than performance with the HMD, the difference in performance was not statistically significant. Implications for HMD design and evaluation are discussed. Author
- Optical Detection and Detectors
- Human Factors Engineering and Man Machine Systems