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The designation "Floater Display" comes from the vulgar name for shadows of debris on the retina. These manifest optically as objects floating just above the surface of the eye, hence the name "floaters." Floaters appear to move with the eye, such that they are always superimposed on subjects. When unnoticed, floaters fade into the periphery.
The Floater Head-Up Display is new technology based on recordings of projections by FERALs into the Shadotecture. Whereas typical head-up displays found in aircraft and in other vehicles provide useful but static overlays of information superimposed on reality, the Floater Display differs in two ways:
1. It is patched directly into the optic nerve or wearables, and
2. Graphic icons fluidly match eye movements.
In the image below, glyphs in varying degrees of visibility and focus are located randomly in the field of view. As the point of view changes so do the floaters, with relevant visual information coming into focus. In this case an angular glyph associated with unknown architecture in the Shadotecture is prominently in focus.
Using floaters as a design model, glyphs and symbols of the Floater Display only appear based on a need to focus on a given subject. When unused they disappear into the periphery, always available as needed. Glyphs and other info in a Floater Display are fluid, like floaters and unlike typical displays, enabling the user to use the display regardless of head orientation. The concept is again seen in the frame below.