21 May 2018 Designing of a monocular see-through smart glass imaging system
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Augmented reality systems are becoming very popular nowadays. One of the examples of such system is a monocular see-through smart glass display. Smart glasses can way simplify people’s life being. It can quickly find and visualize information, show a map and navigate you in a real time, and do many more different useful things. In such type of a system microdisplay is used as an image generator. We have used amlcd microdisplay with 640×480 resolution, 7.2×5.4 mm display size. This provides required angular pixel resolution of maximum 1.5 arcmin and diagonal field of view of minimum 20 degrees. To forward the image from microdisplay to the eye we have used several mirrors. We have considered a monocular see-through smart glass imaging system with the amlcd microdisplay as a source of imposed image. Thus, the main object of the research is to design and analyze an optical architecture for the monocular smart glass display and to provide required characteristics.
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Тatiana A. Koneva, Galina E. Romanova, "Designing of a monocular see-through smart glass imaging system", Proc. SPIE 10676, Digital Optics for Immersive Displays, 106760V (21 May 2018); doi: 10.1117/12.2314858; https://doi.org/10.1117/12.2314858
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