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We propose augmented reality (AR) near-eye display using a holographically printed freeform mirror array. A wide depth of field AR system is implemented by the retinal projection via a small mirror array. Since we use a holographic mirror array, more advantages over a traditional physical mirror array are achieved. Due to the see-through characteristics of the holographic optical element (HOE), the array structure does not obstruct the sight of an observer. Also, the holographic printingdoi:10.1109/lpt.2020.3008215 fatcat:fqpcbaqh25fibpafvrwexjhscm