Tracking technologies are needed to help synchronize the pilot's movements with the information that is projected onto his head-worn display.
What does HWD stand for?
HWD stands for Head-Worn Display (motion-sensing technology)
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We have 28 other meanings of HWD in our Acronym Attic
- Hazardous Waste Compliance Technology (Program)
- Heavy Water Components Test Reactor (Savannah River Plant)
- Historically White College and University
- Hydraulic Well Control Unit
- Hot Wire Chemical Vapor Deposition
- Helen Wright Center for Women (Raleigh, NC)
- Harbinger Web Design (Canada)
- Harry Winston Diamond Corporation (Canada)
- Hazardous Waste Division
- Healthcare for Workers with Disabilities (Washington)
- Horizontal Weather Depiction
- Hot Wheel Detector (railway engineering)
- Hazardous Waste Disposal Analysis Record
- Half-Wave Direct Current (electromagnetism)
- Hamilton Wentworth Detention Centre (Hamilton, Ontario, Canada)
- Harris Website Developers and Consultants (Detroit, MI)
- Health and Welfare Agency Data Center
- Heathrow World Distribution Centre
Samples in periodicals archive:
A number of other head-worn displays have a single video input, requiring two live camera outputs that must be multiplexed before being fed into the display's single input port and then again de-multiplexed by the display itself.
By donning the lightweight head-worn display, the user views crisp, clear, sunlight readable images in real time.
Based on Microvision's patented light scanning technology, the recently introduced Nomad Personal Display System is a high-resolution head-worn display that presents images and information to the user on a see-through virtual 17-inch display.
Nomad delivers an image at least 10 times brighter than competing head-worn display technologies.
5 ounces, the Nomad head-worn Display Module delivers high contrast, high-resolution (SVGA) transparent images that can be overlaid on the user's vision.
Based on Microvision's patented light scanning technology, the recently introduced Nomad System is a high-resolution head-worn display that presents images and information to the user on a high brightness, see-through, virtual 17-inch display.
Nomad, a head-worn display featuring Microvision's breakthrough display technology, projects high-resolution, computer-generated images directly onto the user's retina, appearing to the user as a "see-through" computer screen at arm's length.