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Thomas Adrian Furness III, Joel S Kollin: Virtual retinal display. Board of Regents of the University of Washington, McAndrews Held & Malloy, August 19, 1997: US05659327 (139 worldwide citation)

A virtual retinal display utilizes photon generation and manipulation to create a panoramic, high resolution, color virtual image that is projected directly onto the retina of the eye without creating a real or an aerial image that is viewed via a mirror or optics. The virtual retinal display includ ...


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Thomas Adrian Furness III, Joel S Kollin: Virtual retinal display. Board of Regents of the University of Washington, McAndrews Held & Malloy, December 28, 1999: US06008781 (119 worldwide citation)

A virtual retinal display utilizes photon generation and manipulation to create a panoramic, high resolution, color virtual image that is projected directly onto the retina of the eye without creating a real or an aerial image that is viewed via a mirror or optics. The virtual retinal display includ ...


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Thomas Adrian Furness III, Joel S Kollin: Virtual retinal display and method for tracking eye position. University of Washington, Steven P Koda, November 13, 2001: US06317103 (86 worldwide citation)

A virtual retinal display utilizes photon generation and manipulation to create a panoramic, high resolution, color virtual image that is projected directly onto the retina of the eye without creating a real or an aerial image that is viewed via a mirror or optics. The virtual retinal display includ ...


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Thomas Adrian Furness III, Joel S Kollin: Retinal display scanning of image with plurality of image sectors. University of Washington, Steven P Koda, October 28, 2003: US06639570 (80 worldwide citation)

A scanning display produces an image having a plurality of image sectors for viewing by an eye. A first beam set is directed along a first beam path and modulated according to a first of the image sectors. A second beam set is directed along a second beam path and modulated according to a second of ...