three-dimensional display system

three-dimensional display system

[′thrē di¦men·chən·əl di′splā ‚sis·təm]
(electronics)
A radar display which shows range, azimuth, and elevation; for instance, a G display.
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The project, titled "Three-dimensional display system", ascertains the position of a viewer and determines the left and right eye locations, and then uses the information to navigate the pixels to a particular spot on screen which reflects it back to respective left and right eye locations.
The Royal Australian Navy (RAN) has selected the Australian Technology Information (Fyshwick, Australia) BattleLink, a COTS-based, three-dimensional display system for advanced military communications.
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