Conventional stereoscopic displays require viewers to decouple the linked processes of accommodation and vergence, generating eye fatigue. In contrast, a deformable mirror in the described scanned-light display varies the focus of objects to match vergence demands. As in natural vision, the viewer brings different objects into focus by shifting accommodation.

© 2004 Optical Society of America

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