Evaluation of head mounted and head down information displays during simulated mine-countermeasures dives to 42 msw

@inproceedings{Morrison2008EvaluationOH,
  title={Evaluation of head mounted and head down information displays during simulated mine-countermeasures dives to 42 msw},
  author={James B. Morrison and Jonathan Zander},
  year={2008}
}
Abstract : Despite recent advancements in diver communications, there is little information on the ability of divers to use a multi-function head down display (HDD) or head mounted display (HMD) for routine underwater tasks. Three information displays (HDD, and a monocular and binocular HMD) were tested by nine mine counter-measures (MCM) divers at the surface and during simulated dives to 42 metres in 6 deg C water. Divers used the displays to report depth and alarms and to perform navigation… CONTINUE READING

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