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Image display apparatus

Image Number 16 for United States Patent #5589956.

An image display apparatus includes a plurality of image display elements respectively assigned to different partial image information regions of an image to be displayed, and a hologram optical element for diffracting a plurality of light beams from the plurality of image display elements and displaying the diffracted light beams as continuous single image information. By including a plurality of image display elements, each of the image display elements having a large number of pixels, and a hologram optical element for forming a synthesized image by diffracting a plurality of image light beams from the image display elements, the hologram optical element diffracts the plurality of image light beams so as to display a synthesized image by interpolating information between pixels of a plurality of images to be synthesized.

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