Factors related to low-slant angle affecting airborne video interpretability

@inproceedings{Young2010FactorsRT,
  title={Factors related to low-slant angle affecting airborne video interpretability},
  author={Darrell L. Young and Tariq Bakir and Robert Butto and Fred Petitti},
  booktitle={Defense + Commercial Sensing},
  year={2010}
}
The following material is given to address the effect of low slant angle on video interpretability: 1) an equation for the minimum slant angle as a function of field-of-view to prevent no more than a s change in GSD across the scene; 2) evidence for reduced situational awareness due to errors in perceived depth at low slant angle converting to position errors; 3) an equation for optimum slant angle and target orientation with respect to maximizing exposed target area; 4) the impact of the… CONTINUE READING

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