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Gaylord E Moss: Holographic head-up control panel. Hughes Aircraft Company, Leonard A Alkov, A W Karambelas, April 4, 1989: US04818048 (136 worldwide citation)

A head-up holographic display for providing a display on a vehicle windshield of a control panel and indications of the vehicle operator's manual movements and manual selection operations on the control panel. The display includes a number of edge-illuminatable hologram layers providing a background ...


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Gaylord E Moss: Segmented 3-D hologram display. Hughes Aircraft Company, John Holtrichter, A W Karambelas, January 3, 1989: US04795223 (96 worldwide citation)

Segmented displays are provided on an automobile windshield by stacked or linearly arrayed holograms containing separate display segments selectively illuminatable by different wavelengths of light to provide a variable display. Each hologram is edge illuminated by a wavelength which differs from th ...


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Gaylord E Moss, Brian D Cohn, Mao Jin J Chern, Lacy G Cook, John J Ferrer: Biocular holographic helmet mounted display. Hughes Aircraft Company, Leonard A Alkov, Wanda K Denson Low, July 30, 1991: US05035474 (57 worldwide citation)

A helmet mounted display uses a see-through visor holographic combiner to provide, in the normal field of view of a helicopter pilot, a pair of images derived from an image source such as a miniature cathode ray tube. A source of the video display may be an infrared sensor mounted on an external tur ...


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Gaylord E Moss: Holographic display panel for a vehicle windshield. Hughes Aircraft Company, Leonard A Alkov, A W Karambelas, December 13, 1988: US04790613 (37 worldwide citation)

An improved hologram display panel for a vehicle is provided. Sensors can monitor the operating characteristics of the vehicle and virtual images of indicators can be realized by the illumination of holographic images that are contained in substantially transparent hologram members laminated to the ...


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Gaylord E Moss: Holographic indicator for determining vehicle perimeter. Hughes Aircraft Company, Robert Thompson, A W Karambeleas, April 12, 1988: US04737001 (30 worldwide citation)

A holographic indicator for determining a vehicle perimeter location is provided. A substantially transparent hologram member can be fixed to either the windshield or the rear window and contains a holographic image of indicia representing a virtual image of an indicator that will correspond spatial ...


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Gaylord E Moss: Holographic rear window stoplight. Hughes Aircraft Company, Leonard A Alkov, Wanda Denson Low, January 9, 1990: US04892369 (27 worldwide citation)

An improved holographic rear window stoplight is provided and includes a hologram member laminated to the rear window surface. Single or multiple hologram layers may be provided. The hologram layers can have a diffraction grating developed in a position relative to the other diffraction grating to p ...


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I Fu Shih, David B Chang, James A Arns, Gaylord E Moss, Ronald T Smith: System of holographic optical elements for testing laser range finders. Hughes Aircraft Company, Michael W Sales, Wanda Denson Low, April 23, 1991: US05009502 (27 worldwide citation)

A focusing, collimating, and beamsplitting test system for testing laser rangefinders for their beam quality, ranging accuracy, and sight unit alignment. The system includes holographic optical elements in place of conventional mirrors, lenses and beamsplitters. The advantages of this system are tha ...


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Gaylord E Moss: Laser eye protection visor using multiple holograms. The United States of America represented by the Secretary of the Navy, Robert F Beers, Henry Hansen, July 22, 1986: US04601533 (26 worldwide citation)

A diffractive radiation shield for protecting eyes and radiation sensitive devices from laser radiation. The shield utilizes one or more holograms disposed on transparent substrates. These holograms consist of spherical holographic fringes recorded in a dischromated gel with which the substrates are ...


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Gaylord E Moss, John E Wreede, Edward T Knobbe, Darrell F Hatch: High efficiency holograms by multiple-layer holography. Hughes Aircraft Company, Leonard Alkov, Wanda Denson Low, November 10, 1992: US05162927 (25 worldwide citation)

A method is disclosed for forming a multi-layer holographic device 22. A first hologram is formed on a major surface of a substrate 14. The first hologram is desensitized to prevent interaction with a second subsequently formed hologram. The second hologram is formed conterminous with said first hol ...


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James A Arns, Timothy J Edwards, Gaylord E Moss, John E Wreede: Systems for forming improved reflection holograms with a single beam. Hughes Aircraft Company, C B Bailey, A W Karambelas, July 10, 1984: US04458977 (24 worldwide citation)

A hologram forming system for forming, from a single beam source and a reflective mirror, a reflective hologram in which spurious reflection and transmission hologram recordings are eliminated. Reflected rays are changed in phase relative to the primary beams during the recording period so that spur ...