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22 August 2001 Knighthelm 24-hour HMD: from development to production
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The BAE SYSTEMS Knighthelm HMD is a unique two-part helmet design, using a form fitted inner helmet with an outer display module. It has been refined and enhanced, as part of an extensive development program, for the German Army Tiger helicopter, and is optimized for the attack helicopter application. The design optically mixes the output of an Image Intensifier Tube with Cathode Ray Tube imagery. This provides a flexible display of symbology overlaid on NVG imagery or symbology overlaid on FLIR video viewed as a collimated image in the see through combiner eyepiece in front of the users eyes.
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John White and Alexander A. Cameron "Knighthelm 24-hour HMD: from development to production", Proc. SPIE 4361, Helmet- and Head-Mounted Displays VI, (22 August 2001);


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