Level D Flight Simulator Screen Coatings For Collimated Optics
In critical training applications, such as commercial aircraft cockpits, where multiple viewers are situated adjacent to each other on either side of the screen centerline, it is imperative that each viewer’s perspective of the displayed virtual images be accurate and consistent with actual conditions one would experience in real-life scenarios. With the use of compound curved, front surface mirrors and rear projection screens the optical light path can be collimated to create a realistic perspective to multiple viewers. At Stewart we have coated many hundreds of Level D rear projection screens over the past three decades. We utilize our AeroView 90 screen material, which was specifically engineered for edge blending applications in Level D aviation simulators. We can coat virtually any size or shape to customer-supplied acrylic shells.
Strip and recoating services for older, previously coated screens is available.
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