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27 February 2019 Near-eye light field display with polarization multiplexing
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We report a polarization-multiplexed additive light field display for near-eye applications. A polarization-sensitive Pancharatnam-Berry phase lens is implemented to generate two focal depths simultaneously. Then, a spatial polarization modulator is utilized to control the polarization state of each pixel and direct the two images to designated focal planes. Based on this design, an additive light field display system is constructed. The vergence-accommodation conflict is suppressed successfully without increasing space and time complexities.
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Guanjun Tan, Tao Zhan, Yun-Han Lee, Jianghao Xiong, and Shin-Tson Wu "Near-eye light field display with polarization multiplexing", Proc. SPIE 11040, Optical Design Challenge 2019, 110400E (27 February 2019); https://doi.org/10.1117/12.2525094
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