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Problem Addressed

Large sections of the population and workforce require some form of visual correction method, ranging from traditional eyeglasses, contact lenses, or invasive optical surgery. This, in combination with the near universal adoption of computer technology in professional and private environments, has produced a largely unfulfilled demand for non-invasive visual correction methods and technologies integrated within digital displays. Prior attempts to address this issue have produced results of substantially lower image quality than traditional displays.