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Study about change of accommodative responses at the angular resolution boundary of integral floating display

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The change of accommodative responses to the integral floating display with regard to the angular resolution boundary which is derived from the integral floating systems, especially by manipulating the floating gap, is assessed and analyzed.

© 2015 Optical Society of America

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