Kim, Dongyeon; Nam, Seung-Woo; Bang, Kiseung; Lee, Byounghyo; Lee, Seungjae; Jeong, Youngmo; Seo, Jongmo & Lee, Byoungho


“Vision-correcting displays are key to achieving physical and physiological comforts to the users with refractive errors. Among such displays are holographic displays, which can provide a high-resolution vision-adaptive solution with complex wavefront modulation. However, none of the existing hologram rendering techniques have considered the optical properties of the human eye nor evaluated the significance of vision correction. Here, we introduce vision-correcting holographic display and hologram acquisition that integrates user-dependent prescriptions and a physical model of the optics, enabling the correction of on-axis and off-axis aberrations. Experimental and empirical evaluations of the vision-correcting holographic displays show the competence of holographic corrections over the conventional vision correction solutions.”

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Publication: Biomedical Optics Express
Issue/Year: Biomedical Optics Express,Vol. 12, Issue 8, pp. 5179-5195, 2021
DOI: 10.1364/boe.433919