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Information display technologies have played an indispensible role in the advancement of human civilization, from rock carving of prehistoric tribesmen to pervasive use of electronic displays in modern societies. The ever-presence, great variety and continuously increasing sophistication of optoelectronic displays profoundly shape the ways we learn, work, communicate, and how entertain and even how we socially behave. This article presents a new paradigm of information display, called temporal psychoviusal modulation (TPVM), which is conceived as an ingenious interplay of signal processing, optoelectronics, and psychophysics. The TPVM display paradigm, differs fundamentally in design principle, user experience, and cost effectiveness, from the head-mounted display (HMD) technology and all others while offering richer functionalities.