Angeled Arrays of Fly's Eye Lens to Display Objects Close to Observers

Y. Ishihara and M. Ishihara (Japan)


Fly’s eye lens array, reimaging display, threedimensional display


In this work, we propose a re-imaging display capable of displaying volumetric objects close to observers. There have been several kinds of re-imaging displays studied so far. Most of them focus mainly on presentation of scenes and objects at a distance. So, those displays are not suitable for viewing close objects. In order to display objects close to observers, in HCI area, head-mounted displays are the mainstream. However, the displays have a problem of the visual conflict between convergence and accommodation. Thus, in this work, we discuss another way of displaying close objects without the visual conflict. Then we build a prototype using fly’s eye lens arrays, and finally we confirm the effectiveness of our proposed display.

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