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What is the projected distance of the screen in Windows Mixed Reality Headsets?
I am interested in the Hardware specifications of the Windows Mixed Reality Platform immersive HMDs. Especially at which distance the screen is perceived considering only accomodation and not stereoscopy?
In HoloLens the accomodation distance for objects displayed is 2m (according to this paper: http://onlinelibrary.wiley.com/wol1/doi/10.1002/sdtp.11586/abstract).
Is there any information about the accomodation distance in the fully-immersive HMDs?
Is it the same for all WMR immersive HMDs (of all vendors)?
Are there any papers, guidelines or patents on this subject?
Thank you in advance!