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Place of the location
sensor
Real images
LCD screens
Headphone
Optical
device
Diffuser
Virtual
images
Figure 11.17 Schematic diagram of a head-mounted display with LCD screens
Figure 11.18 Head-mounted display piSight by Sensics with 3200 × 1800 pixels per eye
the two retinas vary. However, our brain effortlessly perceives this object as fixed. The
head-mounted display must not disturb this visual perception of stationary objects.
The images displayed on the screens of the head-mounted display should thus give
the same visual sensations as the ones we get when we see the real world, or at least
be similar to the same. This does not only depend on the characteristics of the head-
mounted display, but also on the quality of the head location sensor and the algorithms
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