CN109793649B - Lens-imitating myopia physiotherapy device - Google Patents

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CN109793649B
CN109793649B CN201910104963.9A CN201910104963A CN109793649B CN 109793649 B CN109793649 B CN 109793649B CN 201910104963 A CN201910104963 A CN 201910104963A CN 109793649 B CN109793649 B CN 109793649B
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The invention discloses a pseudophakic myopia physiotherapy device, which comprises: the lens driving module is connected with the left lens module and the right lens module so as to drive the left lens module and the right lens module to zoom; the image presentation module comprises a liquid crystal screen, a liquid crystal screen driving module, a guide rail and a video storage module, wherein the liquid crystal screen is connected with the liquid crystal screen driving module and the video storage module; and the control unit is connected with the lens driving module and the liquid crystal screen driving module.

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Lens-imitating myopia physiotherapy device
Technical Field
The invention relates to the field of medical instruments, in particular to a pseudophakic myopia physiotherapy device.
Background
The refractive error of eyes, especially the number of people with myopia in teenagers, and the high proportion of people, has become a serious problem. Many experts and knowledgeable persons in the ophthalmology community have proposed various solutions for treating myopia in teenagers, including various solutions for medication and physical therapy.
At present, the widely used vision health care instrument achieves the purposes of exercising ciliary muscles and improving vision by observing a static picture with changed image distance, but because the observation picture is a static picture, the position of the picture can not be moved randomly, and the treatment effect is influenced.
Disclosure of Invention
The invention provides a physical therapy device for imitating crystalline myopia, which is used for improving the eyesight of a user.
In order to achieve the above object, the present invention provides a pseudophakic myopia physiotherapy apparatus, comprising:
the lens module comprises a left lens module, a right lens module, a lens driving module and a wearing module, wherein the distance between the left lens module and the right lens module is matched with the inter-ocular distance of a user;
the image presentation module comprises a liquid crystal screen, a liquid crystal screen driving module, a guide rail and a video storage module, wherein the liquid crystal screen is connected with the liquid crystal screen driving module and the video storage module; and
and the control unit is connected with the lens driving module and the liquid crystal screen driving module.
In an embodiment of the invention, the pseudophakic myopia physiotherapy apparatus further comprises a remote control center, and the remote control center is connected with the control unit in a wired or wireless mode.
In an embodiment of the invention, the phakic myopia treatment apparatus further comprises a housing disposed at an outer layer of the phakic myopia treatment apparatus.
In an embodiment of the present invention, the lens driving module includes two lens gears, two motor gears and a first motor, the two lens gears are respectively disposed around the outer sides of the left lens module and the right lens module, the two motor gears are driven by the first motor, the two motor gears are respectively engaged with the two lens gears, and the focal lengths of the left lens module and the right lens module are adjusted by the degree of compression between the motor gears and the lens gears.
In an embodiment of the present invention, each of the left lens module and the right lens module includes a variable-focus liquid lens and two pieces of high-definition blue-light-proof glass, wherein the variable-focus liquid lens is a high-liquid-permeable lens and a transparent liquid is encapsulated inside the variable-focus liquid lens, the two pieces of high-definition blue-light-proof glass are both annular and are respectively disposed on an upper surface and a lower surface of a cylinder surrounded by the lens gear, and the variable-focus liquid lens is disposed in a circular hole formed by relatively surrounding centers of the two pieces of high-definition blue-light-proof glass.
In an embodiment of the invention, the control unit further includes a data storage unit.
In an embodiment of the invention, the wearing module includes a first strap and a second strap, wherein a loop fastening surface is disposed at a tail end of the first strap and a loop fastening surface is disposed at a tail end of the second strap.
In one embodiment of the present invention, the first strap and the second strap are each elastic.
The imitated crystalline lens myopia physical therapy device provided by the invention can adjust the distance between the liquid crystal screen and human eyes and the focal length of the lens module, so that the distance between the liquid crystal screen and the human eyes is matched with the focal length of the lens, automatic focusing is realized, images on the liquid crystal screen, which are watched by a user, are always clear, and the effect of the human eyes of looking far can be better simulated in the process of the liquid crystal screen moving from near to far, so that ciliary muscles are well exercised, and the aim of improving eyesight is fulfilled.
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In order to more clearly illustrate the embodiments of the present invention or the technical solutions in the prior art, the drawings used in the description of the embodiments or the prior art will be briefly described below, it is obvious that the drawings in the following description are only some embodiments of the present invention, and for those skilled in the art, other drawings can be obtained according to the drawings without creative efforts.
FIG. 1 is a schematic structural diagram of a pseudophakic myopia physiotherapy apparatus;
FIG. 2 is a schematic diagram of a lens driving module;
FIG. 3 is a detailed view of a lens module;
FIG. 4 is a schematic view of a first strap and a second strap;
fig. 5 is a schematic diagram of a liquid crystal panel driving module.
Description of reference numerals: 1-a lens module; 11-a left lens module; 12-a right lens module; 13-a lens driving module; 14-a wearing module; 141-a first strap; 142-a second strap; 2-an image presentation module; 21-a liquid crystal screen; 22-a liquid crystal screen driving module; 23-a guide rail; 24-a video storage module; 3-a control unit; 31-a data storage unit; 4-a remote control center; 5-a housing; 131-lens gear; 132-motor gear; 133-a first motor; 111-variable focus liquid lens; 112-high-definition blue-light-proof glass;
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The technical solutions in the embodiments of the present invention will be clearly and completely described below with reference to the drawings in the embodiments of the present invention, and it is obvious that the described embodiments are only a part of the embodiments of the present invention, and not all of the embodiments. All other embodiments, which can be obtained by a person skilled in the art without inventive effort based on the embodiments of the present invention, are within the scope of the present invention.
Fig. 1 is a schematic structural view of a pseudophakic myopia physiotherapy apparatus, and as shown in fig. 1, the pseudophakic myopia physiotherapy apparatus provided by the invention comprises:
the lens module 1 comprises a left lens module 11, a right lens module 12, a lens driving module 13 and a wearing module 14, wherein the distance between the left lens module 11 and the right lens module 12 is matched with the inter-ocular distance of a user, the wearing module 14 is used for fixing the left lens module 11 and the right lens module 12 in front of human eyes, and the lens driving module 13 is connected with the left lens module 11 and the right lens module 12 to drive the left lens module 11 and the right lens module 12 to zoom;
the image presentation module 2 comprises a liquid crystal screen 21, a liquid crystal screen driving module 22, a guide rail 23 and a video storage module 24, wherein the liquid crystal screen 21 is connected with the liquid crystal screen driving module 22 and the video storage module 24, the liquid crystal screen driving module 22 is connected with the video storage module 24, the liquid crystal screen 21 is arranged on the guide rail 23, the liquid crystal screen driving module 22 is used for driving the liquid crystal screen to translate along the guide rail 23, and the video storage module 24 is used for providing a video file for the liquid crystal screen 21 under the control of the liquid crystal driving module 22; and
and the control unit 3 is connected with the lens driving module 13 and the liquid crystal screen driving module 22. The control unit 3 may be, for example, a main control board, a single chip, or the like, and is selected according to actual needs, which is not limited in the present invention.
In this embodiment, the pseudophakic myopia physiotherapy apparatus further comprises a remote control center 4, and the remote control center 4 is connected with the control unit 3 in a wired or wireless manner.
The pseudophakic myopia physiotherapy device provided by the invention further comprises a shell 5 arranged on the outer layer of the pseudophakic myopia physiotherapy device to protect each internal element, and holes for exposing the left lens module 11 and the right lens module 12 are reserved on the shell for the convenience of use. The elements in the invention are all small elements and are compactly arranged, thereby realizing the miniaturization and the portability of the device.
As shown in fig. 2, which is a schematic diagram of a lens driving module, since the left lens module 11 and the right lens module 12 of the present invention are symmetrical, only one lens module is shown in fig. 2 for illustration, in this embodiment, the lens driving module 13 includes two lens gears 131, two motor gears 132, and a first motor 133 (in this embodiment, a gear of the first motor 133 is engaged with the motor gear 132 to drive the motor gear 132 to operate), the two lens gears 131 are respectively enclosed outside the left lens module 11 and the right lens module 12, the two motor gears 132 are driven by the first motor 133, the two motor gears 132 are respectively engaged with the two lens gears 131, and the focal lengths of the left lens module 11 and the right lens module 12 are adjusted by the degree of compression between the motor gears 132 and the lens gears 131.
Fig. 3 is a detailed schematic view of the lens module, please refer to fig. 2 and fig. 3, in which the left lens module 11 and the right lens module 12 both include a variable focus liquid lens 111 and two pieces of high-definition blue-light-proof glass 112, wherein the variable focus liquid lens 111 is a high-liquid-permeability lens and transparent liquid (material of the transparent liquid is, for example, electroactive polymer) is encapsulated inside the variable focus liquid lens 111, the two pieces of high-definition blue-light-proof glass 112 are both annular and are respectively disposed on the upper surface and the lower surface of a cylinder surrounded by the lens gear 131, and the variable focus liquid lens 111 is disposed in a circular hole relatively surrounded by the centers of the two pieces of high-definition blue-light-proof.
In this embodiment, the control unit 3 further comprises a data storage unit 31 for storing data related to the operation of the control unit 3.
In order to facilitate the user to firmly fix the left lens module 11 and the right lens module 12 in front of the left eye and the right eye, in this embodiment, the wearing module 14 includes a first strap 141 and a second strap 142, as shown in fig. 4, the first strap and the second strap are schematically illustrated, wherein the tail end of the first strap 141 is provided with a magic suede surface, and the tail end of the second strap 142 is provided with a magic fastening surface (a back surface shown in fig. 4), and the first strap and the second strap both have elasticity, when in use, the user winds the first strap 141 and the second strap 142 behind the head, and fastens and fixes the magic suede surface and the magic fastening surface at the tail end, so that the first strap 141 and the second strap 142 can be fastened to the head of the user and are not prone to slide down. Although the left and right lens modules 11 and 12 are not shown in fig. 4, it is obvious to those skilled in the art that the left and right lens modules 11 and 12 are respectively located at the other ends of the first and second straps 141 and 142 opposite to the rear ends.
In the invention, the structure of the liquid crystal screen driving module 22 is as shown in fig. 5, the liquid crystal screen 21 is fixed on the transmission structure, the transmission structure sawtooth is arranged at the position where the transmission structure is combined with the motor gear, the transmission structure sawtooth is tightly combined with the motor gear, the motor gear is driven by the motor, the front and back rotation of the motor can control the transmission structure to move back and forth, and further the liquid crystal screen 21 is indirectly controlled to move back and forth.
The using method of the invention is as follows:
(1) the first strap 141 and the second strap 142 are wrapped around the back of the user's head and snap-fitted so that the variable focus liquid lenses 111 in the left lens module 11 and the right lens module 12 are positioned in front of the left eye and the right eye, respectively.
(2) After the control unit 3 detects that the wearing module 14 is in a wearing state, the control unit 3 respectively controls the lens driving module 13 and the lcd driving module 22, wherein the video storage module 24 provides a video file to the lcd 21 under the control of the lcd driving module 22, the lcd driving module 22 drives the lcd 21 to translate along the guide rail 23, meanwhile, the first motor 133 in the lens driving module 13 works, the first motor 133 drives the motor gear 132 to rotate to extrude the lens gear 131, so as to change the focal length of the variable focus liquid lens 111, and the lens driving module 13 and the lcd driving module 22 are matched with each other, so that the distance between the lcd 21 and human eyes is matched with the focal length of the lens, thereby realizing auto-focusing and ensuring that an image or a video on the lcd 21 seen by the human eyes is clear.
(3) The liquid crystal panel 21 moves back and forth along the guide rail 23, and at the same time, the focal length of the variable focus liquid lens 111 is correspondingly changed, so that the ciliary muscle of the user is exercised.
The imitated crystalline lens myopia physical therapy device provided by the invention can adjust the distance between the liquid crystal screen and human eyes and the focal length of the lens module, so that the distance between the liquid crystal screen and the human eyes is matched with the focal length of the lens, automatic focusing is realized, images on the liquid crystal screen, which are watched by a user, are always clear, and the effect of the human eyes of looking far can be better simulated in the process of the liquid crystal screen moving from near to far, so that ciliary muscles are well exercised, and the aim of improving eyesight is fulfilled.
Those of ordinary skill in the art will understand that: the figures are merely schematic representations of one embodiment, and the blocks or flow diagrams in the figures are not necessarily required to practice the present invention.
Those of ordinary skill in the art will understand that: modules in the devices in the embodiments may be distributed in the devices in the embodiments according to the description of the embodiments, or may be located in one or more devices different from the embodiments with corresponding changes. The modules of the above embodiments may be combined into one module, or further split into multiple sub-modules.
Finally, it should be noted that: the above examples are only intended to illustrate the technical solution of the present invention, but not to limit it; although the present invention has been described in detail with reference to the foregoing embodiments, it will be understood by those of ordinary skill in the art that: the technical solutions described in the foregoing embodiments may still be modified, or some technical features may be equivalently replaced; and such modifications or substitutions do not depart from the spirit and scope of the corresponding technical solutions of the embodiments of the present invention.

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1. A pseudophakic myopia physiotherapy apparatus, comprising:
the lens module comprises a left lens module, a right lens module, a lens driving module and a wearing module, wherein the distance between the left lens module and the right lens module is matched with the inter-ocular distance of a user;
the image presentation module comprises a liquid crystal screen, a liquid crystal screen driving module, a guide rail and a video storage module, wherein the liquid crystal screen is connected with the liquid crystal screen driving module and the video storage module; and
a control unit connected with the lens driving module and the liquid crystal screen driving module,
wherein, the lens driving module comprises two lens gears, two motor gears and a first motor, the two lens gears are respectively arranged at the outer sides of the left lens module and the right lens module in an enclosing way, the two motor gears are driven by the first motor, the two motor gears are respectively meshed with the two lens gears, the focal lengths of the left lens module and the right lens module are adjusted through the extrusion degree between the motor gears and the lens gears,
blue light glass is prevented to left lens module, right lens module all including one can zoom liquid lens and two high definition, and wherein, the liquid lens that can zoom is high-permeability liquid lens and its inside encapsulation has transparent liquid, and blue light glass is prevented to two high definition is the annular and sets up respectively at the upper surface and the lower surface of the cylinder of enclosing establishing by the lens gear, and the liquid lens that can zoom sets up in the round hole that forms is relatively encircleed in the center of blue light glass is prevented to two high definition.
2. The phakic myopia physiotherapy apparatus of claim 1, further comprising a remote control center, wherein the remote control center is connected to the control unit by wire or wirelessly.
3. The phakic myopia physiotherapy apparatus of claim 1 further comprising a housing disposed on an outer layer of the phakic myopia physiotherapy apparatus.
4. The phakic myopia treatment apparatus of claim 1 wherein the control unit further comprises a data storage unit.
5. The apparatus of claim 1, wherein the wearing module comprises a first strap and a second strap, wherein the tail end of the first strap is provided with a Velcro surface and the tail end of the second strap is provided with a Velcro surface.
6. The phakic myopia physiotherapy apparatus of claim 5 wherein the first strap and the second strap are elastic.
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