Head-up display



[hedz-uhp] /ˈhɛdzˈʌp/

noun
1.
an electronic display of data from instruments or other sources projected at eye level so that a driver or pilot sees it without looking away from the road or course.
Abbreviation: HUD.
2.
(in a computer game) an electronic display of meters and dials around the screen margins.
Abbreviation: HUD.
noun
1.
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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