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Martin J P Bolton: Visual display systems of the computer generated image type. Redifon Simulation, Larson and Taylor, August 3, 1982: US04343037 (86 worldwide citation)

A visual display system of the computer generated image type, for a ground based flight-simulator having a rectangular raster-scanned display and having a surface detail information store for providing a visual display of textured surfaces in perspective during simulated flight. The system includes ...


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Archer M Spooner: Head-movable frame-scanner for head-coupled display. Redifon Simulation, Larson and Taylor, September 14, 1982: US04349815 (63 worldwide citation)

The invention provides line scanning and frame scanning apparatus for the projection of images, particularly for head-coupled area-of-interest visual display apparatus for ground-based flight simulators. The line scan apparatus is cockpit-mounted and comprises a modulated laser beam which is scanned ...


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Archer M Spooner: Visual display apparatus. Redifon Simulation, Larson & Taylor, August 31, 1982: US04347508 (62 worldwide citation)

The invention provides head-coupled area-of-interest visual display apparatus particularly for ground-based craft-flight simulators. The apparatus provides binocular, three-dimensional vision of a display, projected onto a part-spherical retro-reflective screen, for one pilot, covering an area of in ...


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Archer M Spooner, Paul M Murray: Visual display apparatus. Redifon Simulation, Larson and Taylor, July 20, 1982: US04340878 (35 worldwide citation)

The invention provides head-coupled area-of-interest visual display apparatus particularly for ground-based craft-flight simulators. The apparatus provides a display projected onto the inside of a part-spherical shell which surrounds the pilot and carries a retro-reflective screen. The displayed sce ...


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Archer M Spooner: Visual display apparatus. Redifon Simulation, Larson and Taylor, February 9, 1982: US04315241 (33 worldwide citation)

The invention provides head-coupled area-of-interest visual display apparatus particularly for ground-based craft-flight simulators. The apparatus provides binocular, pseudo-collimated vision of a display, projected onto the inside of a part-spherical shell which carries a concave retro-reflective s ...


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Archer M Spooner: Visual display apparatus. Redifon Simulation, Larson & Taylor, August 31, 1982: US04347507 (31 worldwide citation)

The invention provides head-coupled area-of-interest visual display apparatus particularly for ground-based craft-flight simulators. The apparatus provides binocular, pseudo-collimated vision of a display, projected onto a part-spherical retro-reflective screen, for two pilots, covering an area of i ...


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Archer M Spooner: Visual display apparatus. Redifon Simulation, Larson and Taylor, February 9, 1982: US04315240 (28 worldwide citation)

The invention provides head-coupled area-of-interest visual display apparatus particularly for ground-based craft-flight simulators. The apparatus provides a stereoscopic pair of images for both a pilot and co-pilot, projected onto the inside of a part-spherical shell, which carries a concave retro- ...


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Spooner Dr Archer Michael, Murray Paul Michael: Projection screen for display apparatus. Redifon Simulation, September 1, 1983: GB2115178-A (22 worldwide citation)

In head-up display apparatus an improved projection screen comprises a retroreflective rear element and a front element consisting of a diffraction grating. This provides a high intensity image inclined at a small angle (dictated by the optics of the system) to the line of incidence.


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Martin J P Bolton: Visual display apparatus. Redifon Simulation, Larson Taylor and Hinds, April 28, 1981: US04263726 (19 worldwide citation)

Visual display apparatus for ground-based craft flight simulation apparatus using a raster scan display for viewing by the trainee pilot and providing an image comprising a target or other craft, together with cloud extending to the simulated horizon. The cloud image part has repetitively patterned ...


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Archer M Spooner: Visual display apparatus. Redifon Simulation, Larson and Taylor, July 20, 1982: US04340274 (17 worldwide citation)

The invention provides head-coupled area-of-interest visual display apparatus particularly for ground-based craft-flight simulators. The apparatus provides binocular vision of a display projected onto the inside of a part-spherical shell which surrounds the pilot and carries a concave retro-reflecti ...