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Issue No.03 - May/June (1993 vol.13)
pp: 28-35
ABSTRACT
<p>A system that uses 3-D computer graphics to integrate and visualize flight information and to encode navigational information of the objects of a 3-D scene is described. The computer-generated views of geographic features, weather information, and air traffic used in the system are discussed. The system's support of instrument approach technology is also discussed. A number of design notions that have come out of this work, are reviewed.</p>
CITATION
Peter W. Pruyn, Donald P. Greenberg, "Exploring 3D Computer Graphics in Cockpit Avionics", IEEE Computer Graphics and Applications, vol.13, no. 3, pp. 28-35, May/June 1993, doi:10.1109/38.210489
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