Future HUDs will be projected onto the visor of your helmet. Current HUDs are projected onto a transparent screen mounted in front of the pilot.
Where's the reticle going to be? It'd be kinda useless in your helmet, unless your head is bolted to the headrest so you can't move it.
Your reticle for a gun that did not move would stay where it belongs, dead center in the front of the aircraft, and as you turn your head, it will move to the side and eventually pass out of your field of view (move off-screen). For missiles, the test version on the F-15 allowed pilots to lock onto targets behind them and fire their missiles; the missile would then fire forwards, turn around, and track the target.
IIRC, this system is standard on the F-22. (And probably the F-35.)
You suck at spamming. And your quotes don't even link or have time stamps.
That's becosue I don't do that...
Since when must a quote link?
b.t.w - what's a time stamp?
A time stamp is the "on August 10, 2007, 02:38:36 PM" part of the quote.