5 June 2018 Design of the augmented reality system with the smartphone as a source of image
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Augmented reality systems are becoming very popular nowadays. Head-mounted displays can be used in different fields from entertainment to educational purposes and medicine visualization. In game industry HMD is the best way to combine virtual scenes with real world. Usually FLCOS, AMOLED and other microdisplays are used as a source of image. Such systems require especially designed optical layout to work with certain microdisplay. In virtual reality systems smartphone with special program on it is used as the image generator. In this case the program divides screen into two parts, each part for the one eye. The same idea can be applied in see-through head-mounted displays. Thus, the main object of the research is to analyze the possible optical schemes of the HMD which can work with a smartphone and provide characteristics suitable for the augmented reality.
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Galina E. Romanova, Galina E. Romanova, Tatiana A. Koneva, Tatiana A. Koneva, "Design of the augmented reality system with the smartphone as a source of image", Proc. SPIE 10690, Optical Design and Engineering VII, 106901V (5 June 2018); doi: 10.1117/12.2309971; https://doi.org/10.1117/12.2309971
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