Abstract

With the increasing demand for head-mounted display applications, the image quality provided by a near-eye display device is a key factor in satisfying the consumer. Among various techniques to realize a near-eye display that has a thinner volume than the working distance of a human eye, a lightfield image-generation method based on a pinhole array is attracting much attention, with its simple and thin structure. In this paper, we propose a numerical analysis of the visual parameters and verifications with computational reconstruction.

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K. Akşit, J. Kautz, and D. LuebkeSlim near-eye display using pinhole aperture arraysAppl. Opt.20155434223427

A. Maimone, D. Lanman, K. Rathinavel, K. Keller, D. Luebke, and H. FuchsPinlight displays: wide field of view augmented reality eyeglasses using defocused point light sourcesProc. ACM SIGGRAPH Emerging TechnologiesVancouver Convention Centre, Canada2014Aug.1

D. Dunn, C. Tippets, K. Torell, P. Kellnhofer, K. Aksit, P. Didyk, K. Myszkowski, D. Luebke, and H. FuchsWide field of view varifocal near-eye display using see-through deformable membrane mirrorsIEEE Trans. Vis. Comput. Graph.20172313221331

J.-H. Jung, S. G. Park, Y. Kim, and B. LeeIntegral imaging using a color filter pinhole array on a display panelOpt. Express2012201874418756

F. Wu, H. Deng, D.-H. Li, and Q.-H. WangHigh-optical-efficiency integral imaging display based on gradient-aperture pinhole arrayOpt. Eng.201352054002

M. Park, H. Lee, and H.-J. ChoiAugmented reality lightfield display for a smart window using an active pinhole arrayIEEE Access20197171974171979

W. Song, Q. Cheng, P. Surman, Y. Liu, Y. Zheng, Z. Lin, and Y. WangDesign of a light-field near-eye display using random pinholesOpt. Express2019272376323774

S. G. de Groot and J. W. GebhardPupil size as determined by adapting luminanceJ. Opt. Soc. Am.195242492495

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