1 September 1994 There's more to optics than meets the eye
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The design concept of a lens that can be used for head motion detection in systems such as virtual reality displays, head-up displays, and simulators is described. A novel concept was chosen to meet conflicting performance requirements. Although the design appears to be quite simple in the optical layout, a number of aspects associated with this design are not readily apparent.
T. Nagel, T. Nagel, } "There's more to optics than meets the eye," Optical Engineering 33(9), (1 September 1994). https://doi.org/10.1117/12.175692 . Submission:
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