Exactly how can AR glasses cover a full field of view given the nature of glasses not fully covering the eyes?

Lets assume the tech has been cracked to provide any field of view as desired for a pair of normal glasses. The trouble is glasses don’t wrap around your eyes, so how do you cover the periphery without creating wrap-around glasses that become less socially acceptable?

It seems like it’s a physical limit of AR glasses. Is the solution only ever going to be retinal projection or contact lenses?

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Lets assume the tech has been cracked to provide any field of view as desired for a pair of normal glasses. The trouble is glasses don't wrap around your eyes, so how do you cover the periphery without creating wrap-around glasses that become less socially acceptable?

It seems like it's a physical limit of AR glasses. Is the solution only ever going to be retinal projection or contact lenses?

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