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A microlens array (MLA) based see-through, front projection screen, which can be used in direct projection head-up displays (HUD), color teleprompters and bidirectional interactive smart windows, is evaluated for various performance metrics in transmission mode. The screen structure consists of a partially reflective coated MLA buried between refractive-index-matched layers of epoxy as reported in Ref  . The reflected light is expanded by the MLA to create an eyebox for the user. Thedoi:10.1364/oe.21.024636 pmid:24150308 fatcat:h2ptumt3dfaspnvzwivaja5brq