Curtain Providing Apposition Compound Vision with Fluid Motion 提供兼備流體動態的仿複眼視覺效果的幕簾

Wai Yi Zoie SO (Inventor)

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A curtain for displaying plural miniaturized images each generated from an image of view, e.g., a window view, by the camera obscura principle provides an apposition compound vision to users. The curtain has first and second layers connected by guiding members. The first layer is opaque and has plural bumps with apertures. Each aperture on a bump allows light rays carrying the image of view to pass through the bump and reach the second layer, which is translucent, to produce one miniaturized image. Each guiding member is stretchable and resilient for producing a spring-like response, causing the miniaturized images to fluctuate in size in response to a perturbation to the curtain. The first and second layers are flexible such that the perturbation propagates on the first and second layers, thereby setting the miniaturized images into fluid motion for enhancing user viewing experience.

Original languageEnglish
Patent numberHK30028283
Priority date11/08/20
Filing date11/08/20
Publication statusPublished - 29 Jan 2021

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Hong Kong Short-term Patent


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