Development of a head-up displayed diving computer capability for full face masks
Journal article, 2012

Professional divers often dive in conditions of very low visibility. In such situations, a head-up display has many advantages as water clarity does not affect the ability to see the display. In addition, a head-up display allows divers to continuously monitor all relevant dive data without interrupting their work. The present paper details the development of a new diving computer that has been designed with a headup display and integrated into an AGA type full face mask. The device includes a full colour display, depth sensor, tiltcompensated compass and a tank pressure sensor. Typical dive relevant data (depth, time, decompression obligations) including tank pressure and heading are displayed and stored in the internal flash memory.

Diving computer

Full face mask

AGA mask

Head-up display

Tilt-compensated compass

Head-up diving computer

Author

A. Sieber

Seabear Diving Technology

RISE Research Institutes of Sweden

B. Kuch

Sant'Anna School of Advanced Studies (SSSUP)

Peter Enoksson

Chalmers, Applied Physics, Electronics Material and Systems Laboratory

M. Stoyanova-Sieber

Seabear Diving Technology

Underwater Technology

1756-0551 (eISSN)

Vol. 30 4 195-199

Subject Categories

Electrical Engineering, Electronic Engineering, Information Engineering

DOI

10.3723/ut.30.195

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10/3/2019