Hello everbody,
We have found some anwers for the collimated display problem. But we didn't use complex calculations or "simple high school physics".
By following the valuable instructions of "Question about collimated display systems" just used solidworks.
You may find it simple or awkward please let me know what you want to know.

mylar mirror:
Arc Length: 1174.61mm
Chord Length: 1160.71mm
Angle: 30.59deg

screen:
Arc Length: 772.89mm
Chord Length: 754.84mm
Angle: 43.05deg

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You may find the mylar sheet that link.
We prefered 2 mil x 54'' (mirrored both side).

You may find the mylar film sheet:
mirrorsheeting.com

This guy gives perfect tips about how to use a mylar sheet and diy vacuum mirrors.
GIANT DEATH RAY Daniel's DIY \$25 giant parabolic mirror Rojas Vacuum Mylar Hack - YouTube

Can you please draw the location, angle, and type of the projector also?

Thanks

Can you please draw the location, angle, and type of the projector also?

Thanks
If you check the forum title Collimated Display Discussion you would find plenty of solutions for the question.

We used basic principles which are explaned in previous threads while drawing it.

There is a convex screen, you just need to align the fov of the projector with the screen. You would use any projector.

The pilot reference eye position and the window frame has been derived from B737.

pre.jpgfov.jpg

Thanks very much for that explanation, now it is clear to me

Regarding the collimated display drawing, I noticed that in your elevation view cross section drawing of the collimated display:
The radius of the screen is 1028.73 mm and the radius of the mirror is 2200 mm.
However, is the radius of the screen in plan view also 1028.73 and the radius of the mirror in plan view also 2200 mm ?

Or can can you set these values in plan view as you like, for example:

Can you keep the radius of the mirror 2200 mm in elevation and the radius of the mirror in plan view 1500 mm,
and keep the radius of the screen 1028.73 mm in elevation view and scale the radius of the screen in plan view proportionately to the new mirror radius of 1500mm, keeping the distance between the screen and mirror the same as you have put?

Thanks and Best Regards,

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