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Area of Interest/Field-of-View Research Using ASPT.
Interim rept. Oct 76-Dec 77,
AIR FORCE HUMAN RESOURCES LAB BROOKS AFB TEX
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Two exploratory experiments were conducted in the Advanced Simulator for Pilot Training to examine the head-slaved area of interest AOI approach for reduced fields-of-view employing computer-generated imagery CGI. The objective of Study 1 was to establish a suitable range of AOI sizes for simulated conventional gunnery range bombing performance. The results indicated an AOI size as small as 70 vertical x 90 deg. Horizontal could be usefully employed without seriously degrading bombing performance. The objective of Study 2 was to determine the effect of AOI level of detail on air-to-surface weapon delivery performance in a tactical environment. Study 2 also addressed the question of whether AOI size affected bombing performance in such an environment. No effects on bombing performance of either detail level, AOI size or their interaction were observed. It was concluded from both studies that an AOI size as small as 70 x 90 is feasible for the head-slaved AOI approach. Further research on required detail level is needed. Author
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