Abstract

We describe a new type of feedback display based upon ocular accommodation, called the virtual lens, that maintains a focused projection of a CRT image on the retina independent of changes in accommodation, and that replaces the optical image-processing action of the crystalline lens with an arbitrary computable image transform. We describe some applications of the virtual lens in visual psychophysics and virtual environments.

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