Projected Collimated Display Systems
Glass Mountain Optics offers a complete line of projected collimated visual displays. CREWVIEW is designed to provide high fidelity, collimated, out-of-the-window visual cues for multiple eye-point applications. CREWVIEW may be employed on a variety of platforms including aircraft, ground and space vehicles.
CREWVIEW Projected Collimated Display Systems
Superior design flexibility for a broad range of applications and environments
- Raster/Calligraphic projectors available to meet exacting requirements including FAA Level D Certification.
- Raster only projectors for low-cost applications including fixed base and entertainment applications.
- Film mirrors systems provide a cost competitive, seamless display.
- Light weight glass mirror systems provide superior optical performance.
- Light weight acrylic mirror systems provide a ruggedized display for the most demanding environments.
- Motion based
- Fixed Base
CREWVIEW System Elements
Glass Mountain Optics offers the widest variety of mirror systems available in the simulation industry. Each mirror system represents specific strengths, adapted to meet an extensive range of applications.
- Film mirror systems
Provide a low-cost, seamless field of view (FOV) to meet all FAA/CAA requirements for fixed wing simulators.
- Glass mirror systems
Offer superior optical performance for the most demanding requirements including extended vertical field of view systems.
- Acrylic mirror systems
Offer light weight, durable performance in the most demanding environments. These systems are especially well suited for transportable devices requiring maximum durability.
A variety of commercial or custom lenses and raster/calligraphic or raster only projectors can be configured to meet particular requirements and/or budgets.
Back Projection Screen
A single section back projection screen (BPS) serves as the intermediate image surface. Crew operators view the convex side of the BPS as a reflection in the collimating mirror with resulting images appearing at ranges nearing optical infinity.
Fiberglass enclosures provide a light tight display environment and serve to interface the display system with the motion platform.