A cockpit for an aircraft comprising:
- a windscreen having at least one transparent pane through which light may pass; at least one seat spaced from and facing the windscreen, and
- a flight deck having at least a portion disposed below the windscreen and having at least one head down display having an adjustable brightness that may be set by a brightness signal,
the camera a camera having a field of view including
- at least a portion of the at least one seat and outputting an image signal indicative of luminance information within the field of view, and
- a processor operably coupled to the camera and the head down display and configured to receive the image signal, determine a luminance of at least a portion of the field of view, determine a brightness for the head down display based on the determined luminance, and outputting to the head down display a brightness signal corresponding to the determined brightness,
wherein
- the head down display has a viewing angle that overlaps at least a portion of the camera field of view, and
- the camera field of view encompasses the head down display viewing angle.
Text extracted from US-20120327051-A1
A cockpit for an aircraft comprising:
- a windscreen having at least one transparent pane through which light may pass; at least one seat spaced from and facing the windscreen, and
- a flight deck having at least a portion disposed below the windscreen and having at least one head down display having an adjustable brightness that may be set by a brightness signal,
the camera a camera having a field of view including
- at least a portion of the at least one seat and outputting an image signal indicative of luminance information within the field of view, and
- a processor operably coupled to the camera and the head down display and configured to receive the image signal, determine a luminance of at least a portion of the field of view, determine a brightness for the head down display based on the determined luminance, and outputting to the head down display a brightness signal corresponding to the determined brightness,
wherein
- the head down display has a viewing angle that overlaps at least a portion of the camera field of view, and
- at least a portion of the seat.
Text extracted from US-20130207947-A9

Vocabulary

camera
display
head-mount
time-of-flight

Structure

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