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Head-Up Display (HUD) Market - Global Industry Analysis, Size, Share, Growth, Trends and Forecast 2012 - 2018

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 Head up Display (HMD) is a transparent screen present in front of the user. HUD presents all the rudimentary data on the screen vital for performing different operations. HUD was initially integrated in military aircrafts helping them glide smoothly and hit the enemy targets at ease. Earlier the display comprised of Cathode Ray Tubes (CRT) which then transformed into LED, which was then ultimately replaced by HUD devices after its invention in the 1940’s. After World War II, HUD devices were integrated into military aviation only. HUD devices were later on integrated into commercial airlines by 1990’s. Depending upon the application HUDs are specially developed and designed for aircrafts and automotives. 
   
 HUD devices are quite compact as compared to huge LED...
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