The 3D projection sits naturally within the environment (Photo: Optics Express)
As the user focuses on objects at different distances, different parts of the 3D projected object come into focus (Photo: Optics Express)
A small, high-resolution screen generates dozens of views of the virtual object from many different perspectives, which are then integrated into one 3D view (Photo: Optics Express)
A new 3D display should reduce the eye strain currently associated with devices like Google Glass (Photo: Joe Seer/Shutterstock)
Researchers at the University of Arizona and the University of Connecticut have developed a technology for augmented reality devices that superimposes data over three dimensions rather than two. The technique makes the user experience much more seamless and vastly reduces eye strain, making AR devices more attractive for long-term use.
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