This animation demonstrates the fundamentals of visual acuity, traffic scanning, and pilot vision concepts with repsect to aviation accident reconstruction. Using our Hudson River 3D environment (modeled previously for the Flight 1549 accident), we demonstrate the target acquisition and "blossom" effects that are integral to mid-air accidents. The animation is in HD and is designed to be viewed on a large screen at a certain distance, to replicate the correct values of subtended arc and resolution of the human eye.
This animation was first shown at our booth at the SMU Air Law Symposium in February of 2010 as a demonstration of our accident reconstruction capabilities. More about the human eye and the techniques used in animation to match 20/20 vision can be found at our website: exosphere3d.com/pubwww/pages/project_gallery/human_eye_visual_acuity.html
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