Abstract

We demonstrate a polarization-multiplexed multiplane display system for near-eye applications. A polarization-sensitive Pancharatnam–Berry phase lens is implemented to generate two focal depths simultaneously. A spatial polarization modulator is utilized to direct the two images to designated focal planes. Based on this design, a dual-focal-plane display system is constructed without space- or time-multiplexing operations, to suppress the vergence-accommodation conflict successfully.

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