The Scubapro Galileo HUD Dive Computer is an innovative air-integrated dive computer that mounts to many of Scubapro’s current twin lens masks and offers a heads-up display that delivers excellent readability along with hands-free data monitoring.
The Galileo HUD uses a micro OLED screen that has been designed to be mounted in close proximity to the eye. Using precision near-eye optics the display creates a screen image that appears at a virtual distance of approximately 1m, making it easy for divers to monitor their dive data without losing eye contact with their surroundings, or having to constantly refocus. Dive information is displayed on the micro OLED screen protected in the housing, offering durability and superior readability in any ambient light conditions.
The HUD screen is positioned just above the diver’s right-eye line of sight. This enables the right eye to maintain close to full visibility range at all times, with all dive data available with a simple upward glance.
The Galileo HUD features an intuitive push-wheel that allows you to access and control functions with one hand. The push-wheel operates exactly as you might think, rotating it to navigate up and down within a menu, or increase or decrease a user setting and press-and-release of the push-wheel to enter menus and confirm settings. A press-and-hold allows you to return to the previous menu or screen, edits settings, and from the Surface screen turn the HUD off. The screen will always provide prompts to indicate which type of press is required to accomplish each function.
Before or after a dive, or any time you don’t need ready-access to your dive data, the Galileo HUD offers a convenient Flip-Up feature, reminiscence of military night vision goggles, that enables you to tilt the HUD display up and out of the way. When it’s time to resume data monitoring, simply tilt the display back down into position and you’re ready to track your dive.
Please note that the masks are shown for illustrative purposes only and are not included.