Presenter Email

CARBALLB@erau.edu

Location

Jim W. Henderson Administration & Welcome Center (Bldg. #602)

Start Date

14-8-2017 3:00 PM

End Date

14-8-2017 4:15 PM

Submission Type

Presentation

Topic Area

Flight training

Keywords

Augmented reality, Virtual reality, in-flight simulator

Abstract

A brief history on in-flight simulator aircraft will be provided. Recent advancements in fused, augmented, and virtual reality will be discussed. The advantages of augmented reality over simulation training will be presented. This will include sustained-acceleration maneuvers, motion related artifacts, low cost aircraft, and the added realism of actual out-the-window scenes. Relevant optical illusions (runway slope, runway width, approach path terrain slope, etc.) and tasks (stall, runway approach, formation, carrier approach, night vision goggles, etc.) will also be presented. Future research opportunities and training will be addressed for commercial, military, and flight test environments.

Comments

Presented during Session 3: Flight Simulation

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View Borja Martos' Bio Page

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Aug 14th, 3:00 PM Aug 14th, 4:15 PM

Augmented and Virtual Reality for In-Flight Simulator Aircraft

Jim W. Henderson Administration & Welcome Center (Bldg. #602)

A brief history on in-flight simulator aircraft will be provided. Recent advancements in fused, augmented, and virtual reality will be discussed. The advantages of augmented reality over simulation training will be presented. This will include sustained-acceleration maneuvers, motion related artifacts, low cost aircraft, and the added realism of actual out-the-window scenes. Relevant optical illusions (runway slope, runway width, approach path terrain slope, etc.) and tasks (stall, runway approach, formation, carrier approach, night vision goggles, etc.) will also be presented. Future research opportunities and training will be addressed for commercial, military, and flight test environments.

 

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