Thursday, 28 March 2013

Raytheon developing 3D hearing for pilots

Pilots need sharp eyes, but Raytheon is looking to their ears as well. The company has developed a new 3D Audio system for aircraft, that turns information into an audible three-dimensional picture. It helps pilots identify where threats are coming from, and keeps radio channels untangled... Continue Reading Raytheon developing 3D hearing for pilots

Section: Military

Tags: 3D, Aircraft, Display, Hearing, Raytheon, Wearable

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1 comment:

jayessell said...

So they'll be able to hear inaudable aircraft?
Like Luke Skywalker?