Heads Up Display - where flight control and navigation information is projected onto a glass panel or onto the windscreen directly in the pilots' line of forward vision
An abbreviation for head up display, the projection of readings from instruments onto a screen, enabling the user to see them without looking down.
Heads up display - often used to describe the information displayed onscreen during the game - such as your health, score, time remaining in the game, etc.
Heads Up Display. Used in planes and on some sights, this projects information onto a transparent screen in front of the user. They look through this and are able to keep their eyes on the target while still being able to gather instrument information.
(heads up display) Used most commonly in first person games, the heads up display refers to information appearing on the screen such as life meter, level, weapons, ammo, map, etc.
A head mountable display device that lets users see graphics superimposed on their view of the world. (Created for aviators to see symbols and dials while looking out the window.)
Heads Up Display. The onscreen interface that supplies information on your player status.
Head-up display. A display device that provides an image floating in mid-air in front of the user. Typical uses include displaying information manuals and on-site data to engineers. MicroOptical's displays are a good example of this technology.
head up display. A method of projecting instrument readouts or data which enables a pilot to see them while looking through the aircraft's windscreen. Mostly used on military aircraft, but now in service on some commercial airliners.
Head Up Display Automotive filed.
The HUD or "Heads Up Display" shows important information about your avatar and interaction with other participants.
Heads-Up Display. (Easier to carry to the field than a TV, and brighter.)
Heads-Up Display. Glass mounted at the front of the cockpit. The pilot looks forward through the glass, and important combat and flight information is reflected onto the HUD and superimposed over his view of the outside world.
Heads Up Display. This is the overlaying information the game displays onscreen to convey information to the player. Oblivion's HUD includes a compass, Health, Magicka, Fatigue, Current Weapon, Current Spell, and various alerts (such as when you've leveled up, an icon will appear).
The HUD, short for Heads-Up Display, is the method by which information is visually relayed to the player in computer and video games. The HUD can be an important part of a game's user interface.