21 May 2018 Super multi-view augmented reality glasses
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Nowadays, the main directions of augmented reality (AR) glasses development are: increasing of field of view (FoV) and eye-motion box; reducing weight of AR glasses; solving vergence-accomodation conflict. All these requirements should be obtained and combined with high image quality and decreasing dimensions of AR Glasses. We propose the optical system of AR glasses based on Schmidt Camera scheme for achievement of wide FoV and eye-motion box, and with using of Super Multi-View (SMV) technique for providing multifocal system. Provided optical design has huge benefits: eye motion box about 10 mm and field of view 60° and represents lightweight, eye fatigue free solution with low aberrations. Finally, our system has high opportunities for further modifications and improvements by using different image sources and projection system.
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A. Bolotova, A. Bolotova, A. Putilin, A. Putilin, V. Druzhin, V. Druzhin, } "Super multi-view augmented reality glasses ", Proc. SPIE 10676, Digital Optics for Immersive Displays, 106761K (21 May 2018); doi: 10.1117/12.2316323; https://doi.org/10.1117/12.2316323


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