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Mixed reality for unmanned aerial vehicle operations in near Earth environments

Mixed reality for unmanned aerial vehicle operations in near Earth environments,10.1109/IROS.2010.5649417,James T. Hing,Paul Y. Oh

Mixed reality for unmanned aerial vehicle operations in near Earth environments  
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To address the lack of motion feedback to a UAV pilot, a system was developed that integrates a motion simulator into UAV operations. The system is designed such that during flight, the angular rate of a UAV is captured by an onboard inertial measurement unit (IMU) and is relayed to a pilot controlling the vehicle from inside the motion simulator. Efforts to further increase pilot SA led to the development of a mixed reality chase view piloting interface. Chase view is similar to a view of being towed behind the aircraft. It combines real world onboard camera images with a virtual representation of the vehicle and the surrounding operating environment.
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