|| List of recent Glasses-related patents
|Beveling wheel, method for forming a beveled lens for use with eyeglasses and a beveled lens|
The present invention relates to a beveling wheel and method for forming a beveled lens with the beveling wheel for use with eyeglasses. One embodiment includes a prescription lens for use on an eyeglass frame having a receiving channel.
|Color restrictive eyeglasses|
Embodiments are disclosed to provide for simulating the vision of animals. One embodiment is eyeglasses that simulate the vision of animals from a color perspective.
|Glasses having replaceable leg using magnets|
The present invention relates to glasses having a leg which can be detachable from a connector of an eyeglass frame (10), wherein the invention comprises: a connecting rod (20) which is formed on a side of said eyeglass frame (10), and has a hinge groove (21); a leg (30) having a hinge end (31), which is inserted into the hinge groove (21) of said connecting rod (20) and is rotatable therein; and magnets (40) which are respectively mounted on surfaces on which said connecting rod (20) and the leg (30) are in contact with each other, and support the leg in a detachable manner, wherein detachable means are installed by selecting whether said magnets (40) are to be exposed or embedded inside. Thus, the present invention enables: solid combination to be maintained and easy assembling and replacing operations to be performed, by adopting a magnetism-dependent form; the leg to be foldable even without constituting a hinge, thereby maintaining a natural, unfolded state; and a fashion sense to be enhanced by easily and quickly replacing, when necessary, various types of legs or the like..
|Method for preventing the loss of eyewear|
This invention relates to method of preventing eyewear that can consist of sunglasses, glasses, safety glasses, spectacles or any eyewear in general from being lost. Specifically, the invention provides a method for to prevent the eyewear from sinking when dropped in water or other aqueous solutions in which the eyewear will not float..
|Method and display for concurrently displaying a first image and a second image|
The present disclosure relates to methods and display systems for concurrently displaying two complementary images. Collimated light comprising interlaced series of left and right image rows are received, at angles that alternate over time, on an intensity modulation matrix.
|Display apparatus and controlling methods thereof|
A display apparatus is provided. The display apparatus includes a display unit which outputs a plurality of content views using a plurality of image frames; an interface unit which is connected with a glasses apparatus according to a predetermined communication standard; a synchronization signal generator which generates a synchronization signal that synchronizes one of the plurality of content views with the glasses apparatus; and a controller which, when a glasses apparatus is connected, controls the display apparatus to synchronize the one of the plurality of content views with the glasses..
|Rotatable stereoscopic methodology, system, device, and display viewable in both portrait and landscape modes|
A stereoscopic display system includes an image display panel, a means to polarize light so as to present two patterns of images whose polarization direction differ by approximately 90 degrees, and a means to change the relationship of image to polarization direction pattern. The images may be perceived as a stereoscopic image by viewing them through glasses having polarizing directions which differ by approximately 90 degrees.
|Driving system of three-dimensional lcd device, method for driving the three-dimensional lcd device, and three-dimensional glasses|
A system and method for driving a three-dimensional liquid crystal display (3d lcd) device, uses a target frequency, where the target frequency is double of a monocular frequency of an input picture of the 3d lcd device, and the monocular frequency is in the range of 62-118 hz. The system and method converts a frame rate of the input picture of the 3d lcd device into (62 hz-118 hz)×2, and monocular frequency through the 3d glasses is in the range of 62 hz-118 hz..
|Forming of metallic glass by rapid capacitor discharge forging|
A forging apparatus and method of uniformly heating, rheologically softening, and thermoplastically forming metallic glasses rapidly into a net shape using a rapid capacitor discharge forming (rcdf) tool are provided. The rcdf method utilizes the discharge of electrical energy stored in a capacitor to uniformly and rapidly heat a sample or charge of metallic glass alloy to a predetermined “process temperature” between the glass transition temperature of the amorphous material and the equilibrium melting point of the alloy in a time scale of several milliseconds or less.
|Glass drying device|
The present invention provides a glass drying device that facilitates the drying of glasses, which have hard to reach areas. The device has a handle with a cleaning member having a cloth that can be compressed at one end allowing the inner part of the glass to be dried..
|Wearable high resolution audio visual interface|
An adjustable visual optical element is provided, which may be supported, for example, by an eyeglass. The optical element is preferably adjustable in each of the x, y, and z axes to allow the wearer to optimize projection of the optical element.
Provided are shutter eyeglasses that can have simplified internal wiring. The shutter glasses include: a circuit board to which a drive circuit adapted to drive a left eye shutter and a right eye shutter is mounted; a battery adapted to supply power to the circuit board; and a reception element adapted to receive a synchronizing signal transmitted from an image display device.
A pair of eyeglasses includes a frame, two lenses, two temples, two push devices and two fixing elements. The frame has two lens-holding portions, to which the lens are respectively disposed.
|Glasses-free 3d liquid crystal display device and manufacturing method thereof|
A glasses-free 3d liquid crystal display device includes an array substrate, a plurality of data lines disposed horizontally and a plurality of gate lines disposed vertically on the array substrate, a plurality of pixel units defined by the data lines and the gate lines. A pixel unit includes a first sub-pixel and a second sub-pixel that are horizontally disposed and adjacent to each other.
|Three-dimensional viewing system|
A three-dimensional viewing system includes a television having an electric circuit provided therein for the generation of alternating left-eye image and right-eye image on a screen, a micro controller unit provided inside the television and configured to extract a vertical synchronizing signal therefrom, a signal transmitting system for directly transmitting the vertical synchronizing signal to a pair of three-dimensional shutter glasses to be worn by the viewer in front of the television. The shutter glasses include left and right liquid crystal shutter lenses adapted to receive the vertical synchronizing signal and produce alternating transparency and opacity of the left and right shutter lenses.
|Multiview synthesis and processing systems and methods|
Certain embodiments relate to systems and methods for presenting an autostereoscopic, 3-dimensional image to a user. The system may comprise a view rendering module to generate multi-view autostereoscopic images from a limited number of reference views, enabling users to view the content from different angles without the need of glasses.
|3d glasses and related systems|
3d glasses having an rfid tag (embedded in one or more temples) are rented to theater or other venue operators. The glasses are shipped to a venue for distribution to patrons and collected from patrons in the trays.
|Bulk nickel-phosphorus-boron glasses bearing molybdenum|
The disclosure provides ni—mo—p—b, ni—mo—nb—p—b, and ni—mo—nb—mn—p—b alloys capable of forming metallic glass objects. The metallic glass objects can have lateral dimensions in excess of 1 mm and as large as 3 mm or larger.
|Methods and apparatus for advertising and sale promotion|
A method for advertising and sales comprising: a first electronic device which is carried by an ad agent, wherein said first electronic device contains a list of ad products used by said ad agent and wherein when first electronic device inquired by a second electronic device which is carried by a potential buyer that is located within proximity to said ad agent, first electronic device provides information about said ad products to said second electronic device. The method further comprises servers which receive and store information on the inquiries performed between said first and second electronic devices and enables on-line purchasing of the ad products.
|Methods and apparatus for advertising and sale promotion|
A method for advertising and sales comprising: a first electronic device which is carried by an ad agent, wherein said first electronic device contains a list of ad products used by said ad agent and wherein when first electronic device inquired by a second electronic device which is carried by a potential buyer that is located within proximity to said ad agent, first electronic device provides information about said ad products to said second electronic device. The method further comprises servers which receive and store information on the inquiries performed to between said first and second electronic devices and enables on-line purchasing of the ad products.
|Edible, biodegradable food and beverage container|
An edible, biodegradable container that includes an edible or biodegradable sealant preventing liquids or moisture from foods or beverages stored therein from being absorbed into the container is disclosed. The sealant allows the edible container to contain liquids, even when the liquids are stored for extended periods of time within the container.
|Control device for variable focus lenses, control method for variable focus lenses, and electronic glasses|
A control device (4) controls a varifocal lens (2) having a first substrate (20), a second substrate (22) facing the first substrate (20), and a varifocal component (14) disposed between the first substrate (20) and the second substrate (22). When an off signal is inputted to the varifocal component (14), the control device (4) stops applying voltage to the varifocal component (14), then applies voltage for a specific length of time, and finally stops the voltage.
|Storage and transport case for jewelry and accessories|
The present application provides a storage and transport case for jewelry and accessories. The case may include a base having a number of panels, and a top removably attached to an upper portion of the base.
A device for keeping awake a person that is about to fall asleep is proposed, comprising a pair of glasses with a frame that has two arms, at least one sensor for detecting the movements of an eye blink, at least one battery, and at least one electrode for issuing an electric pulse.. .
A sound and light machine (slm) produces sound and light pulses at brain wave frequencies so as to induce a particular state of consciousness in a user, while simultaneously providing music. The slm includes light emitting diodes (leds) and headphone speakers.
|Metathesis-active adhesion agents and methods for enhancing polymer adhesion to surfaces|
The invention discloses an adhesion agent composition comprising at least one c3-c200 olefin compound having at least one metathesis active double bond, wherein the olefin is substituted or unsubstituted; and at least one compatibilizing functionality for interacting with a substrate surface. The substrate surface can be any surface, for example, silicate glasses, silicate minerals, metals, metal alloys, ceramics, natural stones, plastics, carbon, silicon, and semiconductors.
|Glass-ceramic(s); associated formable and/or color-tunable, crystallizable glass(es); and associated process(es)|
Disclosed herein are one or more of formable and/or color-tunable, crystallizable glasses; formed and/or color-tuned glass-ceramics; ixable, formed and/or color-tuned glass-ceramics; ix, formed and/or color-tuned glass-ceramics; a machine or equipment including a formed and/or color-tuned glass-ceramic; a machine or equipment including an ixable, formed and/or color-tuned glass-ceramics; a machine or equipment including an ix, formed and/or color-tuned glass-ceramics; one or more processes for making formable, crystallizable glasses crystallizable; one or more processes for making formable and/or color-tunable, crystallizable glasses; one or more processes for making formed and/or color-tuned glass-ceramics; one or more processes for making ixable, formed and/or color-tuned glass-ceramics; one or more processes for making ix, formed and/or color-tuned glass-ceramics; and one or more processes for using any one of formable and/or color-tunable, crystallizable glasses; formed and/or color-tuned glass-ceramics; ixable, formed and/or color-tuned glass-ceramics; and/or ix, formed and/or color-tuned glass-ceramics.. .
A projection device includes a first and a second tilting mirror matrix, each including a plurality of tilting mirrors. A cover glass covers the tilting mirrors.
|Process for preparing lithium sulfide|
The invention relates to a novel process for preparing lithium sulfide and to the use thereof, wherein a reaction of lithium-containing strong bases with hydrogen sulfide is undertaken in an aprotic organic solvent within the temperature range from −20 to 120° c. Under inert conditions.
|Forming of ferromagnetic metallic glass by rapid capacitor discharge|
An apparatus and method of uniformly heating, rheologically softening, and thermoplastically forming magnetic metallic glasses rapidly into a net shape using a rapid capacitor discharge forming (rcdf) tool are provided. The rcdf method utilizes the discharge of electrical energy stored in a capacitor to uniformly and rapidly heat a sample or charge of metallic glass alloy to a predetermined “process temperature” between the glass transition temperature of the amorphous material and the equilibrium melting point of the alloy in a time scale of several milliseconds or less.
|Active-shutter 3d glasses and operating method thereof|
An active-shutter 3d glasses and an operating method thereof, the active-shutter 3d glasses comprises: a frame comprising temples; left and right magneto-optical eyeglasses, supported by the frame, and comprising left and right transparent mediums and left and right rear polarizers, respectively; a magnetic field apparatus, located outside the left and right magneto-optical eyeglasses, and providing the left and right magneto-optical eyeglasses with a magnetic field which causes polarization planes of polarized light entering the left and right magneto-optical eyeglasses to rotate; and a signal module, connected with the magnetic field apparatus, and providing a electric-current signal to the magnetic field apparatus so that the magnetic field corresponds to the electric-current signal.. .
|Eyeglasses with movable temple end pieces|
A pair of eyeglasses includes a pair of temple units, each including a main temple segment, a temple end piece, and an engaging mechanism. The temple end piece is disposed at an inner lateral side of the main temple segment and has a connecting segment disposed between a fastenable segment and a guide segment and swingably connected to the main temple segment.
|Biologically fit wearable electronics apparatus|
Detachable wearable electronic eyeglasses and head mounted gear with a plurality of electronic functions and interchangeable electronic function, and a wearable computer with optimal weight distribution and stretchable arms.. .
|Receptor and lock for glasses with removable lenses|
A glasses structure that receives a variety of lens element types including full-frame, half-frame and frameless lens elements. A temple that receives a connector on the lens element includes a kerf-like slotted spring lock, that releases under pressure to allow the insertion of the lens element and once inserted, provides sufficient force to retain the lens element in position even during athletic activity.
|Eyeglasses and clipping device therefor|
A clipping device is used to clip and hold one eyeglass frame or multi-eyeglass frames. The clipping device comprises a base, an upper portion and a lower portion.
|Bulk nickel-silicon-boron glasses bearing chromium|
Nickel based alloys capable of forming bulk metallic glass are provided. The alloys include ni—cr—si—b compositions, with additions of p and mo, and are capable of forming a metallic glass rod having a diameter of at least 1 mm.
|Eyeglasses with integral head and hair securement devices, and head and hair securement devices for eyeglasses and methods of making and using the same|
Hair securement devices are included on eyeglasses to help resist slippage off the head of a person wearing their eyeglasses on top of their head, when not is use. The hair securement devices are located on the inwardly facing surface of the lower inner frame of the glasses, in a place where they do not touch the face of the wearer when they are in place on the wearer.
A pair of eyeglasses comprises two temples and a frame. Each temple is provided with a protrusion.
|Eyeglasses with raisable lenses|
The invention provides eyeglasses with lenses that can be placed in front of the eye to correct vision or raised above the eyes to provide access to one or both eyes and face. Each lens can be independently positioned in front of the eye or above the eye allowing clear vision in one eye and access to the other eye and side of face for activities such as make-up application, eye drop application or insertion or removal of contact lenses..
|Double glazed window glass structure|
A double glazed window glass structure includes a frame defining an outer perimeter of the window glass structure, and first and second sheet glasses mounted on respective sides of the frame to define a heat insulation space therebetween. The frame includes an outer frame portion and an inner frame portion extending from an inner surface of the outer frame portion toward an inside of the frame.
|Sun shields for ears|
A sun shield for the ears provided, including at least a flat body of a flexible material having an upper surface; a lower surface on the opposite side of the upper surface; an outer edge; an inner edge; a forward section; a rearward section; and two holes, with one hole in the forward section and proximal to the inner edge, and the second hole in the rearward section and proximal to the inner edge such that the temple bar of a pair of eyeglasses slides into the first hole in the forward section thru the upper surface and then into the second hole in the rearward section through the lower surface. The inner edge rests against the head of the user and extends horizontally over the user's ear, whereby the ear shield is positioned over the ear so that the ear is shaded from the harmful rays of the sun..
|Method and system for preventing virus-related obesity and obesity related diseases|
A method for preventing obesity related to infection by an adipogenic adenovirus includes obtaining a sample from a person, assaying the sample to determine whether the person has been previously infected with an adipogenic adenovirus, and if the person has not been previously infected, providing the person with at least one sensor positioned to detect when a person's hand approaches a predetermined distance from the person's face. By warning the person of undesired hand-to-face contacts, the person is able to reduce the incidence of obesity related infections.
|Eyeglasses retention system|
An eyeglass retention system for coupling eyewear and headwear through the use of magnets attached to the temples or arms of glasses and magnetic or metallic elements attached to headwear. Vertical supports and other attachment structures prevent inserts from falling out while multi-point magnetic coupling and safety features enhance performance..
|Eyeglasses with alternative wearing means|
The present disclosure refers to eyeglasses that may be worn in alternate forms. The eyeglasses include an eyepiece having a pair of lenses that may be positioned in front of a wear's eyes by an attachment assembly, which may be deformed or adjusted to secure the lenses to the wear's wrist.
|Eyeglasses with replaceable lenses|
Eyeglasses with replaceable lenses include a lens frame, two lenses, two temples jointed pivotally with two ends of the lens frame, and two fastening members. The lens frame has two through holes respectively embedded with the lenses.
Modular glasses may include a first segment frame having a first segment lens area, an inner side and an outer side, wherein the inner side has a rail section. A second segment frame may also be included, having a second segment lens area, an outer side and an inner side, wherein the inner side has a notch section, wherein the notch section receives the rail section of the inner side of the first segment frame.
Electro-optical glare protection device for protective glasses, protective helmets or protective masks comprising at least two optical sensors, which are equipped to detect the luminance of an object field and which have a different characteristic for the angle-dependent relative sensitivity (s0). In particular, at least a first sensor comprises a first photodiode (1) having a narrow detection angle θ1<45° and a second sensor comprises a second photodiode (2) with a wide detection angle θ2>45°.
|Liquid-crystal optical modules and multi-purpose eyewear using the same|
This invention discloses optical modules, and eyewear using them for performing viewing function(s) including viewing a shutter-based 3d display, viewing a polarization-based 3d display, emulating the pulfrich effect, emulating a pair of pinhole glasses and emulating a pair of sunglasses. In one embodiment, an optical module comprises: a first liquid crystal layer between a first and a second transparent conductive layers; a transparent protective layer attached to the first transparent conductive layer; a third transparent conductive layer; a matrix-electrode layer, comprising an array of independently addressable electrode regions each being transparent and electrically conductive; a second liquid crystal layer between the matrix-electrode layer and the third transparent conductive layer; a first linear polarizer attached to the second transparent conductive layer and the matrix-electrode layer; and a second linear polarizer, having a polarization orientation orthogonal to the polarization orientation of the first linear polarizer, attached to the third transparent conductive layer..
|Display apparatus, glasses apparatus and control method thereof|
A display apparatus, a glasses apparatus and a control method are provided. The display apparatus includes a display which displays a plurality of contents, an audio signal processor which generates a single audio signal by signal-processing a plurality of audio data which correspond to each of the plurality of contents, and a communicator which transmits the signal-processed single audio signal to a glasses apparatus..
|Naked eye type and glasses type switchable stereoscopic display device|
A naked eye type and glasses type switchable stereoscopic display device includes a display panel and a switching module. The display panel provides first display image and second display image.
|Natural 3d motion for film and video|
“natural 3d motion” is created by the use of moving the camera in a lateral direction with foreground and background elements, at a consistent speed, throughout a scene, in such a way that it allows the viewer time to perceive three dimensional depth and experience immersion in the scene without the use of 3d glasses, 3d projectors or 3d video displays. Its beneficial affects, depending upon the nature of the video/film/movie, including enhancing a sense of calm, especially when the scenes comprise peaceful images beyond the traditional film or movie experience.
|Ar glasses specific user interface and control interface based on a connected external device type|
This disclosure concerns an interactive head-mounted eyepiece with an integrated processor for handling content for display and an integrated image source for introducing the content to an optical assembly through which the user views a surrounding environment and the displayed content, wherein the eyepiece has a user interface and control interface based on a connected external device type.. .
|Ar glasses specific control interface based on a connected external device type|
This disclosure concerns an interactive head-mounted eyepiece with an integrated processor for handling content for display and an integrated image source for introducing the content to an optical assembly through which the user views a surrounding environment and the displayed content, wherein the eyepiece has a control interface based on a connected external device type.. .
|Interactive three dimensional displays on handheld devices|
Techniques are disclosed for rendering an anamorphic projection of 3d scene geometry on a handled device using a correct asymmetric perspective geometry projection. Once pose of the handheld device is determined, a relative eye position may be inferred when the device is tilted away from an initial or default pose, based on data supplied by accelerometers.