We introduce our recent work on the occlusion-capable near-to-eye display. Our implementation uses only a single digital micromirror device (DMD) both for the real scene masking and virtual image display. The real scene imaging onto the DMD and the mixed scene projection toward the eye are achieved using a single optics of polarization-based double-path configuration. These single DMD and the shared optics feature contributes to the reduction of the overall system volume. In the presentation, we explain the principle and introduces our recent experimental results demonstrating 60Hz display of color virtual images with per-pixel occlusion in over 90% maximum occlusion ratio.