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head-up display

n
(Aeronautics) the projection of readings from instruments onto a windscreen, enabling an aircraft pilot or car driver to see them without looking down
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head-up display

A display of flight, navigation, attack, or other information superimposed upon the pilot's forward field of view. Also called HUD. See also flight; horizontal situation display.
Dictionary of Military and Associated Terms. US Department of Defense 2005.