A New Model of Head-Up Display Dive Computer Addressing Safety-Critical Rate of Ascent and Returning Gas Pressure - A Pilot Trial

@article{Buzzacott2014ANM,
  title={A New Model of Head-Up Display Dive Computer Addressing Safety-Critical Rate of Ascent and Returning Gas Pressure - A Pilot Trial},
  author={Peter Buzzacott and Andreas Schuster and Amir Gerges and Walter Hemelryck and Kate Lambrechts and Dennis Madden and Virginie Papadopoulou and Yurii Tkachenko and Aleksandra Mazur and Frauke Tillmans and Miroslav Rozlozn{\'i}k and Qiong Wang and Andreas M{\o}llerl{\o}kken and François Guerrero and Arne Sieber},
  journal={Int. J. Comp. Sci. Sport},
  year={2014},
  volume={13}
}
Head up displays (HUD) are beneficial in diving situations when the diver uses both hands for an activity, e.g. photography, scientific work, operating a diver propulsion vehicle or during diver training. They remove the need to locate a submersible pressure gauge or remember to look at a personal dive computer. A new model of HUD, one that can easily be retrospectively fitted to a recreational diver’s regulator hose outside the mask lens, has been developed. A pilot study of 93 open circuit… CONTINUE READING

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