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Thus for a display on your cornea to work, it has to be able to send out distinct light ray bundles in different directions, with each direction corresponding to a different logical pixel that you'd perceive spatially.
Figure out how to actually do that, and the world will beat a path to your door.
sounds like an application for 3d holography