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head-up display

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(North American also heads-up display)

Definition of head-up display in English:

noun

A display of instrument readings in an aircraft or vehicle that can be seen without lowering the eyes, typically through being projected on to the windscreen or visor.
Example sentences
  • Helmet-mounted heads-up displays project a virtual reality ‘soundscape’ of the battlefield.
  • The cockpit is fitted with head-down displays and a head-up display from Smiths Industries.
  • The cockpit is equipped with three multifunction displays and a head-up display.

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