Cockpit comparison

Image: Comparison of a typical cockpit (left) and the OZ system (right)

Caption: A typical cockpit setup, left, contrasts with that of the OZ system, right. OZ combines data from dials and gauges into a visual depiction of the aircraft and external conditions. Here, the aircraft approaches a runway, represented by three green dots. In a single image spread across a standard computer screen, OZ shows all the information needed to control an aircraft. An OZ display taps into both a person's central and peripheral vision. The pilot's eyes need not move from one gauge to another

Source: Ken Ford, Timothy W. Wright, Institute for Human & Machine Cognition
Credit: Courtesy Institute for Human & Machine Cognition

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