Here’s a great summary of current research (and how it works) by a scientist at the University of Washington.
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#1 by Ira on September 4, 2009 - 6:35 pm
Very worthwhile project! I’ve worked on head-up and helmet-mounted displays to give pilots critical information while their eyes are focussed at a distance. The lenses and light sources had to be at least inches from the eye which made it difficult to achieve the required field of view, resolution and brightness. Putting the lights and lenses right on the eyeball solves many of these issues, but raises others. It seems the U. Washington team is on track towards a practical solution.
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