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4 May 2007 Advanced helmet mounted display (AHMD)
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Due to significantly increased U.S. military involvement in deterrent, observer, security, peacekeeping and combat roles around the world, the military expects significant future growth in the demand for deployable virtual reality trainers with networked simulation capability of the battle space visualization process. The use of HMD technology in simulated virtual environments has been initiated by the demand for more effective training tools. The AHMD overlays computer-generated data (symbology, synthetic imagery, enhanced imagery) augmented with actual and simulated visible environment. The AHMD can be used to support deployable reconfigurable training solutions as well as traditional simulation requirements, UAV augmented reality, air traffic control and Command, Control, Communications, Computers, Intelligence, Surveillance, and Reconnaissance (C4ISR) applications. This paper will describe the design improvements implemented for production of the AHMD System.
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Ashok Sisodia, Michael Bayer, Paul Townley-Smith, Brian Nash, Jay Little, William Cassarly, and Anurag Gupta "Advanced helmet mounted display (AHMD)", Proc. SPIE 6557, Head- and Helmet-Mounted Displays XII: Design and Applications, 65570N (4 May 2007);

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