Recently, there were some efforts to realize a see-through 3D display using an integral imaging method [1]. By adopting a lens-array holographic optical element (HOE) in the display devices for the augmented reality, it is able to display 3D images with the see-through property. Since the HOE reacts as an optical element only to the Bragg-matched light, it can have optical see-through property for Bragg-mismatched light. In this paper, we present the see-through 3D display system using resolution enhanced lens-array HOE by the recording plane control method.

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