An examination of HMDs to ameliorate the problems associated with display clutter in an Air Battle Management environment was conducted. Information to complete tasks was given via two HMDs, on the primary display, or via paper. The results indicated that the paper condition engendered a higher percent of correct responses and faster response times in several of the tasks performed. The specific experimental results are presented and future experimental design propositions are discussed.
Galster, S. M.,
Brown, R. D.,
Miller, B. T.,
& Tollner, A. M.
(2005). An Evaluation of Head-Mounted Displays in an Airborne Command and Control Simulation Environment. 2005 International Symposium on Aviation Psychology, 254-258.