Near-eye displays for augmented reality applications, Hong Hua
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We at the 3D Visualization and Imaging systems Lab in the University of Arizona have been developing various 3-D display technologies, human-computer interface techniques in virtual and augmented reality environments, and innovative imaging systems. In this talk, I will present our work in developing and assessing various near-eye displays for augmented reality applications. I will start with a brief overview of the recent advancements in near-eye displays, then will focus on the development and results of two emerging technologies aiming to address two critical issues related to near-eye displays: a freeform optical technology promising near-eye displays a very compact form factor, close to a pair of eyeglasses rather than a traditional helmet style; and a multi-focal plane technologies promising more accurate rendering of depth cues than conventional stereoscopic displays, with the hope of uncovering the mystery of depth under- or over-estimation in virtual or augmented reality systems.