Flight simulators, Flight training, Image analysis
It has long been desired to simulate a non-preprogrammed controllable visual scene of the real world in a limited area for the purpose of training, in particular for aviation training. There presently exists a point light source projection system designed to accomplish this, however due to physical limitations, the display image, as compared to the corresponding real world scene which is being simulated, is somewhat distorted and limited. This point light source system is analyzed to determine the distortions and deviations from reality and methods are proposed to improve the display by minimizing the distortions and deviations.
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Phillips, Ronald L.
Master of Science (M.S.)
College of Engineering
v, 71 pages
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Flight simulators, Flight training, Image analysis, Dissertations, Academic -- Engineering, Engineering -- Dissertations, Academic
Butrimas, Steve K., "Image Analysis and Improvement of a Point Light Source Visual Flight Simulator" (1974). Retrospective Theses and Dissertations. 94.
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Phillips, Ronald L., 1942- [VIAF]