Requirements for Optical Systems for Virtual Displays
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Currently, there are many types of virtual displays and new types arise every year. However, their vast majority appear technically inapplicable because they are inconsistent with a number of key factors related to the eye physiology. In this paper, we present the general requirements for optical systems of virtual displays, taking into account human eye physiology.
Keywordseye physiology eyebox FoV eye relief VR AR HMD
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