First Steps towards a View Management Concept for Large-sized Head-up Displays with Continuous Depth

@inproceedings{Huslschmid2016FirstST,
  title={First Steps towards a View Management Concept for Large-sized Head-up Displays with Continuous Depth},
  author={Renate H{\"a}uslschmid and Yixin Shou and John O'Donovan and Gary Burnett and Andreas Butz},
  booktitle={AutomotiveUI},
  year={2016}
}
Windshield displays (WSDs) are the big siblings of Head-up displays (HUDs). They are assumed to cover the entire windshield and to allow displaying content at continuous depth, eventually. This creates a large and unstructured 3D space for information display -- raising the question what to display where. To address this question, we developed a view management concept for WSDs in left hand drive cars which proposes zones and areas for specific information. As driving is a safety-critical task… CONTINUE READING

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