CN110244464B - Head-mounted display device - Google Patents

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CN110244464B
CN110244464B CN201910449911.5A CN201910449911A CN110244464B CN 110244464 B CN110244464 B CN 110244464B CN 201910449911 A CN201910449911 A CN 201910449911A CN 110244464 B CN110244464 B CN 110244464B
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The application provides a wear-type display device and receiver through with the battery integration on wear-type display device for wear-type display device's use is more convenient. And, wear-type display device's battery compartment is including the position in storehouse that can hold a plurality of batteries to can put into one or more batteries according to actual demand detachable in the battery compartment, avoid the too much increase of battery wear-type display device's weight, make wear-type display device weight is less, wear lightly. Moreover, the storage box is used for storing the head-mounted display equipment and the battery detached from the head-mounted display equipment, and the battery stored in the storage box can be integrated together, so that power is supplied to the head-mounted display equipment or external equipment, and the use experience of a user is enhanced.

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Head-mounted display device
Technical Field
The application relates to the technical field of display, in particular to a head-mounted display device.
Background
Traditional Virtual Reality (VR) glasses system generally includes VR glasses and the VR box that is equipped with the battery that separates with VR glasses, and the VR box is connected with VR glasses through the connecting wire for VR glasses power supply. However, connecting the VR glasses and the VR box through the connecting line makes the user feel inconvenient when using.
Disclosure of Invention
The application provides a head mounted display device aims at improving head mounted display device's convenient to use nature and wear the portability.
In a first aspect, the present application provides a head mounted display device. Head-mounted display device includes mirror holder and a plurality of battery, have the battery compartment including a plurality of positions on the mirror holder, one or several in a plurality of batteries the battery can detachably install in the battery compartment, and install in the battery compartment every the battery corresponds and installs in a position, install in all in the battery compartment the battery is parallelly connected.
In this application, through with the battery integration on wear-type display device's the mirror holder, need not connect VR glasses and VR box through the line to it is more convenient to make the user use. Furthermore, in the application, the battery compartment of the head-mounted display device comprises a plurality of compartments capable of accommodating a plurality of batteries, so that one or more batteries can be detachably placed in the battery compartment according to actual needs, and the excessive increase of the batteries can be avoided when the head-mounted display device is used within a certain time. In addition, the battery can be detachably arranged in the battery bin, so that the battery can be replaced in the using process when the head-mounted display equipment is used for a long time, the phenomenon that the weight of the head-mounted display equipment is increased due to the fact that too many batteries are installed in the head-mounted display equipment is avoided, and the head-mounted display equipment is light in wearing.
The battery mounted in the battery compartment is used for providing electric energy for the work of each functional module such as a processing module and a display module of the head-mounted display device. And all the batteries installed in the battery compartment are connected in parallel, so that the output voltage value can be ensured to be unchanged no matter how many batteries are arranged in the battery compartment, and the normal use of the head-mounted display device is ensured.
In some embodiments of the present application, each of the batteries includes a battery main body, and a positive contact piece, a negative contact piece, a positive elastic piece, and a negative elastic piece, which are disposed on the battery main body, wherein the positive contact piece is disposed opposite to and electrically connected to the positive elastic piece, and the negative contact piece is disposed opposite to and electrically connected to the negative elastic piece; when the batteries in the battery compartment are stacked, the positive elastic piece and the negative elastic piece of one of the two adjacent batteries are respectively contacted with the positive contact piece and the negative contact piece of the other battery, so that the batteries in the battery compartment are connected in parallel.
In some embodiments of the present application, a positive electrode contact region and a negative electrode contact region are disposed at an interval in the battery compartment; the positive elastic sheet of one battery arranged in the battery compartment is in contact with the positive contact area, and the negative elastic sheet of the battery is in contact with the negative contact area. And the positive electrode contact area and the negative electrode contact area of the battery compartment are electrically connected with the processing module, the display module and other modules. When the positive elastic sheet of the battery is contacted with the positive contact area of the battery compartment and the negative elastic sheet of the battery is contacted with the negative contact area of the battery compartment, the positive electrodes and the negative electrodes of the battery packs with a plurality of batteries connected in parallel can be connected with the processing module, the functional module and other modules through the battery compartment, so that the battery packs with the batteries connected in parallel can supply power to all the modules of the head-mounted display device.
In other embodiments of the present application, an anode contact area and a cathode contact area are disposed on an inner wall of each bin of the battery compartment, a first wire and a second wire are disposed on the inner wall of the battery compartment, the first wire is communicated with all the anode contact areas, and the second wire is communicated with all the cathode contact areas; each battery is provided with a positive elastic sheet and a negative elastic sheet, when the battery is arranged in the bin position, the positive elastic sheet of the battery is in contact with the positive contact area, and the negative elastic sheet is in contact with the negative contact area.
The positive electrode elastic sheet of the battery is in contact with the positive electrode contact area, the negative electrode elastic sheet is in contact with the negative electrode contact area, so that the positive electrode and the negative electrode of the battery are respectively communicated with the first wiring and the second wiring, and the plurality of batteries arranged in the battery bin are connected in parallel through the first wiring and the second wiring.
In some embodiments of the present application, the capacities of the batteries installed in the battery compartment are the same or different, and the size of the compartment of the battery compartment is greater than or equal to the size of the battery with the largest capacity. Specifically, because the capacities of some batteries are different, the user can select the batteries with different capacities according to the actual use requirement, so that the weight of the head-mounted display device used by the user is reduced as much as possible.
In some embodiments, the battery includes a first fixing portion and a second fixing portion, which are disposed opposite to each other, and the first fixing portion of one of the batteries disposed in the battery compartment is fixed to the second fixing portion of another adjacent battery.
When the number of the batteries which are arranged in the battery compartment and connected in parallel needs to be increased, the two adjacent batteries arranged in the battery compartment are fixed through the first fixing part and the second fixing part, so that the positions of the two adjacent batteries are fixed, the positive elastic piece of one battery in the two adjacent batteries is always kept in a contact state with the positive contact piece of the other battery, the negative elastic piece of one battery in the two adjacent batteries in the bin position is always kept in a contact state with the negative contact piece of the other battery, and the problem of poor contact caused by relative motion between the two adjacent batteries is avoided.
In some embodiments, the first fixing portion and the second fixing portion are both magnetic rings, and a polarity of a surface of the first fixing portion facing away from the battery is opposite to a polarity of a surface of the second fixing portion facing away from the battery, so that adjacent batteries are fixed by magnetic attraction.
In other embodiments, the batteries include a first surface, a second surface and two third surfaces connected between the first surface and the second surface, the two third surfaces are opposite to each other, the first surface is provided with a protruding rib protruding from the first surface, the protruding rib includes a sliding groove recessed toward a side of the third surface close to the second surface, the sliding groove is disposed in the battery compartment, the first surface of one of the batteries in two adjacent batteries contacts with the second surface of the other battery, and the protruding rib is partially slidably disposed in the sliding groove, so that the protruding rib is partially engaged in the sliding groove, thereby achieving the engaging and fixing between the adjacent batteries.
In some embodiments, a third fixing portion is disposed in each of the compartments of the battery compartment, a fourth fixing portion opposite to the third fixing portion is disposed on the battery, the battery is disposed in the battery compartment, and the third fixing portion is fixed to the fourth fixing portion, so that the battery is stably fixed in the compartment of the battery compartment, and the batteries in the battery compartment are kept relatively fixed, so that the batteries are always kept in parallel without being disconnected.
In some embodiments, the mirror frame includes two mirror legs disposed oppositely, the number of the battery compartments is two, and the two battery compartments are disposed on the two mirror legs respectively. Through locating the battery compartment on the mirror foot of mirror holder to make full use of the space of mirror foot avoids the increase head mounted display device's volume. And two battery compartments are respectively arranged on the two earpieces, so that the balance of two sides of the head-mounted display device can be kept.
In some embodiments of this application, it is adjacent be equipped with the heat-conducting plate between the position in storehouse, at least partial edge of heat-conducting plate is fixed in the inner wall of battery compartment locates in the battery compartment the partial surface of battery with the heat-conducting plate contact to through the quick storehouse wall of transmitting the heat that produces the battery to the battery compartment of heat-conducting plate, the rethread storehouse wall is with the heat effluvium.
In some embodiments, the inner wall of the battery compartment is covered with a heat conducting material, and at least part of the outer surface of the battery arranged in the battery compartment is in contact with the heat conducting material, so that heat in the battery is transmitted to the compartment wall of the battery compartment in time and is transmitted out, the battery is prevented from being damaged, and meanwhile, the wearing comfort of a user is enhanced.
In some embodiments, the thermally conductive material is a thermally conductive silicone pad, and at least a portion of an outer surface of a battery disposed in the battery compartment is in contact with the thermally conductive silicone pad. Can go out the quick transmission of the heat that the battery produced through heat conduction silica gel pad, provide the buffering for the battery simultaneously for battery can be more stable in the battery compartment.
In a second aspect, the present application also provides another head mounted display device. In some embodiments, the head-mounted display device includes a frame and a plurality of batteries, the frame has a battery compartment, one or more of the batteries can be detachably mounted in the battery compartment, the other batteries can be disposed outside the battery compartment and detachably stacked on the batteries in the battery compartment, and each of the batteries in the battery compartment is connected in parallel with each of the batteries outside the battery compartment.
In these embodiments, one or more batteries of the plurality of batteries can be detachably mounted in the battery compartment, and the batteries located outside the battery compartment can also be detachably stacked on the batteries located outside the battery compartment, that is, the number of the batteries connected in parallel inside and outside the battery compartment can be changed, so as to increase or decrease the number of the batteries connected in parallel according to requirements, so that the weight of the head-mounted display device can be prevented from being increased due to excessive batteries when the head-mounted display device is used within a certain time, and the head-mounted display device has the advantages of small weight and light wearing. Moreover, the battery can be replaced in the using process of using the head-mounted display equipment for a long time, so that the phenomenon that the weight of the head-mounted display equipment is increased due to the fact that too many batteries are mounted on the head-mounted display equipment is avoided, and the head-mounted display equipment is light and convenient to wear.
In these embodiments, all the batteries connected in parallel do not need to be arranged in the battery compartment, so that the volume of the battery compartment can be reduced, the volume of the mirror bracket provided with the battery compartment can be reduced, the weight of the mirror bracket can be reduced, and the weight of the head-mounted display device can be further reduced.
In some embodiments, each battery includes a main body, and a positive contact piece, a negative contact piece, a positive spring piece, and a negative spring piece disposed on the main body, wherein the positive contact piece is disposed opposite to and electrically connected to the positive spring piece, and the negative contact piece is disposed opposite to and electrically connected to the negative spring piece; when the batteries in the battery compartment are stacked with the batteries outside the battery compartment, the positive elastic piece and the negative elastic piece of one of the two adjacent batteries are respectively contacted with the positive contact piece and the negative contact piece of the other battery, so that the batteries in the battery compartment are connected in parallel.
The battery compartment is internally provided with a positive electrode contact area and a negative electrode contact area which are arranged at intervals; the positive elastic sheet of one battery arranged in the battery compartment is in contact with the positive contact area, and the negative elastic sheet of the battery is in contact with the negative contact area. And the positive electrode contact area and the negative electrode contact area of the battery compartment are electrically connected with the processing module, the display module and other modules. When the positive elastic sheet of the battery is contacted with the positive contact area of the battery compartment and the negative elastic sheet of the battery is contacted with the negative contact area of the battery compartment, the positive electrodes and the negative electrodes of the battery packs with a plurality of batteries connected in parallel can be connected with the processing module, the functional module and other modules through the battery compartment, so that the battery packs with the batteries connected in parallel can supply power to all the modules of the head-mounted display device.
In some embodiments, the batteries include a first fixing portion and a second fixing portion, which are disposed opposite to each other, and the first fixing portion of one of the batteries disposed in the battery compartment is fixed to the second fixing portion of another adjacent battery, so that a position between the two adjacent batteries is fixed, so as to maintain a state that a positive electrode elastic piece of one of the two adjacent batteries is always in contact with a positive electrode contact piece of the other battery, and a state that a negative electrode elastic piece of one of the two adjacent batteries in the compartment is always in contact with a negative electrode contact piece of the other battery, thereby avoiding a problem of poor contact caused by relative movement between the two adjacent batteries.
In some embodiments of this application, head mounted display device still includes the receiver, the receiver includes that first accepting the chamber and the chamber is accepted to the second, first accepting the chamber is used for accepting above-mentioned arbitrary embodiment head mounted display device, the chamber is accepted including a plurality of battery positions to the second, follows what dismantle in the battery compartment the battery install in arbitrary in the battery position. Through locate head-mounted display device and battery in the containing box, with the taking in and the protection of convenient head-mounted display device.
In some embodiments, a charging interface and/or a discharging interface are/is arranged on the cavity wall of the second accommodating cavity, the battery arranged in the second accommodating cavity is electrically connected with the charging interface and/or the discharging interface, the discharging interface is used for discharging external equipment connected with the discharging interface, and the charging interface is used for charging the battery accommodated in the second accommodating cavity. The battery arranged in the second accommodating cavity can be charged conveniently through the charging interface. And, can pass through the interface that discharges can discharge the battery of locating in the second accommodating cavity to external equipment, plays the precious effect that charges, strengthens user's will of carrying and convenient to use nature.
In some embodiments, an inner wall of each battery position is provided with a positive electrode connecting area and a negative electrode connecting area which are arranged at intervals, each battery comprises a positive electrode elastic sheet and a negative electrode elastic sheet, the positive electrode elastic sheet of the battery arranged in the battery position is contacted with the positive electrode connecting area, and the negative electrode elastic sheet of the battery arranged in the battery position is contacted with the negative electrode connecting area; the second accommodating cavity is internally provided with a charging and discharging circuit, the charging interface, the discharging interface, and the positive connecting area and the negative connecting area of each battery position are all connected to the charging and discharging circuit, and the batteries, the charging interface and the discharging interface are electrically connected through the charging and discharging circuit, so that each battery in the second accommodating cavity can be charged through the charging interface, or each battery in the second accommodating cavity can be discharged to the outside through the discharging interface.
In some embodiments, another discharge interface is disposed in the first accommodating cavity, and the discharge interface of the first accommodating cavity charges the head-mounted display device disposed in the first accommodating cavity.
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FIG. 1 is a schematic structural diagram of a head mounted display device according to some embodiments of the present application;
FIG. 2 is a schematic structural diagram of a head mounted display device according to another embodiment of the present application;
FIG. 3 is a schematic structural view of a battery compartment according to some embodiments of the present application;
FIG. 4 is a schematic structural diagram of a battery according to some embodiments of the present application;
FIG. 5 is a schematic diagram of a plurality of batteries of the embodiment shown in FIG. 4 connected in parallel;
FIG. 6 is a schematic diagram of a battery compartment according to further embodiments of the present application;
FIG. 7 is a schematic diagram of a battery according to further embodiments of the present application;
FIG. 8 is a schematic diagram of a battery according to further embodiments of the present application;
FIG. 9 is a schematic view of a battery disposed in a battery compartment according to other embodiments of the present disclosure;
FIG. 10 is a schematic diagram of a battery compartment according to further embodiments of the present application;
FIG. 11 is a schematic diagram of a battery compartment according to further embodiments of the present application;
FIG. 12 is a schematic structural diagram of a head mounted display device according to further embodiments of the present application;
fig. 13 is a schematic structural view of a storage cassette according to some embodiments of the present application.
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The technical solutions in the embodiments of the present application will be described below with reference to the drawings in the embodiments of the present application.
The application provides a can convenient to use just wear portable head mounted display device. In this application, the head-mounted display device can be head-mounted display devices such as VR glasses or AR glasses.
Referring to fig. 1, fig. 1 is a schematic diagram illustrating a head-mounted display apparatus 100 according to some embodiments of the present application. The head mounted display device 100 includes a display screen 110 and a frame 120. The frame 120 includes a support frame 120a supporting the display screen 10, and a temple 120b located at both sides of the display screen 110 and connected to the support frame 120 a. In some embodiments, the head-mounted display device 100 is VR glasses, the display screen 110 is used for displaying images, and the temple 120b is connected to two sides of the display screen 110 and can be hung on the ear of the user, so as to implement wearing of the head-mounted display device 100. In some embodiments, the two earpieces 120b on the two sides of the display screen 110 can be connected by a connection band, so that the head-mounted display device 100 can be worn more stably.
Referring to fig. 2, in some embodiments of the present application, the head-mounted display device 100 further includes a head band 130, and the head band 130 is fixed on the head of the user when the head-mounted display device 100 is worn, so that the head-mounted display device 100 can be fixed more stably and can reduce fatigue caused by wearing for a long time. It is understood that when the head mounted display device 100 is AR glasses, the display screen 110 is actually a lens through which an external scene can be seen.
Referring to fig. 1 and 3 together, in some embodiments of the present application, the head-mounted display apparatus 100 further includes one or more battery compartments 10 and a plurality of batteries 20. The plurality of batteries 20 may have the same or different capacities. Such that the battery compartment 10 comprises a plurality of compartments 11. At least one of the plurality of batteries 20, the battery 20 can be detachably mounted in the battery compartment 10, and each battery 20 mounted in the battery compartment 10 is correspondingly mounted in one compartment 11. In these embodiments, the battery 20 disposed in the battery compartment 10 is connected to functional modules of the head-mounted display apparatus 100, such as a processing module and a display module, so as to provide power for each of the functional modules. In addition, in these embodiments, the number of the batteries 20 disposed in the battery compartment 10 may be less than or equal to the number of the compartments 11 of the battery compartment 10, that is, the number of the compartments 11 of the battery compartment 10 is constant, but one or more batteries 20 may be disposed in the battery compartment 10 according to needs, and the batteries 20 disposed in the battery compartment 10 can both pass through the battery compartment 10 and the head-mounted display device 100, so as to reduce the weight of the head-mounted display device 100 when the head-mounted display device 100 is used for a certain time. For example, when a VR game is played through the head mounted display device 100, the VR game is typically heavy interactive in nature, requiring a large amount of motion, and therefore typically does not take more than half an hour. At this moment, one battery 20 is placed in the battery compartment 10 to satisfy the use, and only one battery 20 is placed in the battery compartment 10, the weight of the head-mounted display device 100 can be greatly reduced, so that the wearing is more portable, and the head-mounted display device is more suitable for being used in VR games. When VR sees the shadow through the head-mounted display device 100, VR sees the shadow then relatively static, and is different according to seeing the shadow content, and the live time is different. Thereby selecting the weight of the battery 20 placed in the battery compartment 10 according to the length of use. For example, when watching a tv show for one hour, a battery 20 may be placed in the battery compartment 10; two batteries 20 may be placed in the battery compartment 10 when viewing a two hour movie.
In the embodiments of the present application, the capacity of each battery may be the same or different. In some embodiments, the capacity of the battery 20 is different, and the battery 20 with different capacity may be selected according to the usage time. For example, when the period of time required to use the head-mounted display device 100 is about half an hour, a battery 20 with a smaller capacity may be selected; when the period of time required to use the head-mounted display device 100 is about one hour, a battery 20 with a larger capacity may be selected. In some embodiments, a label may be provided on the battery 20, and the length of time that the battery 20 can be used is marked on the label, so that the user can select the battery 20 with a suitable capacity according to actual needs.
In the present application, by integrating the battery 20 on the head-mounted display device 100, there is no need to connect VR glasses and VR box through a connection line, thereby making the use more convenient. Furthermore, in the present application, the battery compartment 10 of the head-mounted display device 100 includes the battery compartment 10 capable of accommodating a plurality of batteries 20, so that one or more batteries 20 can be detachably placed in the battery compartment 10 according to actual requirements, and the weight of the head-mounted display device 100 can be prevented from being increased by too many batteries 20 when the head-mounted display device 100 is used for a short time, so that the head-mounted display device 100 has a smaller weight and is light to wear when the head-mounted display device 100 is used for a short time.
Moreover, since the battery 20 can be detachably disposed in the battery compartment 10, when the head-mounted display device 100 is used for a long time, the battery 20 can be replaced in the using process, so that the weight of the head-mounted display device 100 is prevented from being increased due to the fact that too many batteries 20 are mounted in the head-mounted display device 100, and the head-mounted display device 100 is convenient to wear.
In some embodiments of the present application, the battery compartment 10 is disposed at a position of the temple 120b of the head-mounted display apparatus 100, so as to fully utilize the space of the head-mounted display apparatus 100. Specifically, the temple 120b includes an inner surface 121 facing the head of the user, an outer surface 122 facing away from the head of the user, and a bottom surface 123 and a top surface 124 connected to the inner surface 121 and the outer surface 122. The bottom surface 123 is disposed opposite to the top surface 124, and the inner surface 121 is disposed opposite to the outer surface 122. In some embodiments, a recess is recessed from the outer surface 122 inward to form the battery compartment 10. A detachable sealing cover is disposed at an opening position of the battery compartment 10 to seal the battery compartment 10 and seal the battery 20 in the battery compartment 10. The sealing cover and the battery compartment 10 may be fixed by various methods such as screw fixation and fastening fixation. In some embodiments, sweat generated from the head and the like can be prevented from entering the battery compartment 10 by positioning the opening of the battery compartment 10 toward the outer surface 122. Moreover, when the head-mounted display device 100 is used, the battery 20 can be conveniently replaced, so that the watching or game process is interrupted, and the user experience is enhanced.
It is understood that the battery compartment 10 may have other configurations. For example, in some embodiments, the temple 120b can include a first portion proximate the head of the user and a second portion removably secured to the first portion and facing away from the surface of the head. The second portion comprises the battery compartment 10 and is secured to the first portion to effect sealing of the battery compartment 10 by the first portion.
In the present application, the sizes of the compartments 11 of the battery compartment 10 may be the same or different. For example, in some embodiments, the batteries 20 located in the battery compartment 10 are the same size, such that the sizes of the various compartments 11 in the battery compartment 10 are the same. In other embodiments, the capacities of the batteries 20 in the battery compartment 10 are different, and the sizes of the batteries 20 with different capacities are different, so that the sizes of the compartments 11 of the battery compartment 10 are different.
Further, in some embodiments of the present application, there are two battery compartments 10, and two battery compartments 10 are disposed on two opposite earpieces 120b to keep the two sides of the head-mounted display device 100 balanced. In some embodiments, the batteries 20 in one of the battery compartments 10 are symmetrically disposed with respect to the batteries 20 in another one of the battery compartments 10, wherein the two battery compartments 10 are symmetrically disposed on the two opposite mirror legs 120b, which means that the two battery compartments 10 are respectively disposed on the two mirror legs 120b, and the battery compartments 10 disposed on the two opposite mirror legs 120b are exactly opposite to each other. Moreover, the batteries 20 in one battery compartment 10 and the batteries 20 in the other battery compartment 10 are symmetrically arranged, which means that the number of the batteries 20 in the battery compartments 10 of the two opposite mirror legs 120b is the same, and the batteries 20 in the two battery compartments 10 are just oppositely arranged.
In some embodiments of the present application, when the battery compartment 10 is provided with a plurality of batteries 20, a plurality of the batteries 20 are arranged in parallel, so as to ensure that the output voltage value is unchanged regardless of the number of the batteries 20 arranged in the battery compartment 10, thereby ensuring the normal use of the head-mounted display device 100.
Referring to fig. 4 and 5, fig. 4 is a schematic structural diagram of a battery 20 according to an embodiment of the present application; fig. 5 is a schematic diagram of a plurality of batteries 20 shown in fig. 4 connected in parallel. Referring to fig. 4, the battery 20 includes a battery main body 21, and a positive contact piece 22, a negative contact piece 23, a positive elastic piece 24, and a negative elastic piece 25 disposed on the battery main body 21, wherein the positive contact piece 22 is disposed opposite to and electrically connected to the positive elastic piece 24, and the negative contact piece 23 is disposed opposite to and electrically connected to the negative elastic piece 25.
Referring to fig. 5, when a plurality of batteries 20 are disposed in the battery compartment 10, a positive electrode elastic sheet 24 of one battery 20 of two batteries 20 of adjacent compartments 11 contacts with a positive electrode contact sheet 22 of the other battery 20, and a negative electrode elastic sheet 25 of one battery 20 of two batteries 20 of adjacent compartments 11 contacts with a negative contact region of the other battery 20, so that the batteries 20 in the battery 20 group are disposed in parallel.
In some embodiments, the battery 20 is a card battery, which is small in size to minimize the volume occupied by the battery 20 on the head mounted display device 100. It is understood that the battery 20 may be other types of batteries 20 having a smaller volume. For example, the battery may be a circular battery 20. The card battery comprises a first surface, a second surface and two third surfaces, wherein the first surface and the second surface are opposite, the two third surfaces are connected between the first surface and the second surface, and the two third surfaces are opposite. The positive electrode spring piece 24 and the negative electrode spring piece 25 are arranged on the first surface, and the positive electrode contact piece 22 and the negative electrode contact piece 23 are arranged on the second surface. When a plurality of batteries 20 are arranged in the battery compartment 10, the plurality of batteries 20 are stacked, and the first surface of one battery 20 is in contact with the adjacent second surface, so that the positive elastic piece 24 of one battery 20 in two batteries 20 of the adjacent compartment 11 is in contact with the positive contact piece 22 of the other battery 20, and the negative elastic piece 25 of one battery 20 in two batteries 20 of the adjacent compartment 11 is in contact with the negative contact piece 23 of the other battery 20, so that the two adjacent batteries 20 are connected in parallel.
Referring to fig. 3 again, in an embodiment of the present application, the battery compartment 10 is provided with a positive electrode contact region 12 and a negative electrode contact region 13 which are arranged at an interval. The positive electrode contact area 12 and the negative electrode contact area 13 are electrically connected to the functional module of the head-mounted display device 100. The positive electrode elastic sheet 24 of one battery 20 of the one or more batteries 20 arranged in the battery compartment 10 is electrically connected with the positive electrode contact region 12, and the negative electrode elastic sheet 25 of the battery 20 is electrically connected with the negative electrode contact region 13, so that the battery 20 arranged in the battery compartment 10 supplies power to the functional module of the head-mounted display device 100. In the embodiment shown in fig. 3, the battery compartment 10 has four compartments 11, and the inner wall of one compartment 11 closest to the bottom 123 is provided with a positive contact area 12 and a negative contact area 13. When one battery 20 is arranged in the battery compartment 10, the positive electrode elastic sheet 24 of the battery 20 is in contact with the positive electrode contact piece 22, and the negative electrode elastic sheet 25 of the battery 20 is in contact with the negative electrode contact piece 23, so that the battery 20 can be electrically connected with the functional module of the head-mounted display device 100 through the battery compartment 10 and supplies power to the functional module of the head-mounted display device 100. When a plurality of batteries 20 are disposed in the battery compartment 10, the plurality of batteries 20 are stacked from the compartment 11 closest to the bottom 123 of the battery compartment 10 to the direction of the top 124, so that the batteries 20 of the battery compartment 10 are connected in parallel, and the positive elastic piece 24 of the battery 20 closest to the positive contact piece 22 and the negative contact piece 23 of the battery compartment 10 is in contact with the positive contact piece 22, and the negative elastic piece 25 is in contact with the negative contact piece 23, so that the battery pack formed by the plurality of batteries 20 is electrically connected with the functional module of the head-mounted display device 100, and supplies power to the functional module of the head-mounted display device 100.
Referring to fig. 6, in some other embodiments of the present application, a positive electrode contact region 14 and a negative electrode contact region 15 are disposed on an inner wall of each bin 11 of the battery bin 10. The battery compartment 10 is provided with a first wire 16 and a second wire 17 on the side wall thereof, the first wire 16 is communicated with the positive electrode contact region 14 of the adjacent compartment 11, and the second wire 17 is communicated with the negative electrode contact region 15 of the adjacent compartment 11. When the batteries 20 are disposed in the bin 11 of the battery bin 10, the positive electrode elastic sheet 24 and the negative electrode elastic sheet 25 of each battery 20 are respectively in contact with the positive electrode contact area 14 and the negative electrode contact area 15 in the bin 11 where the battery 20 is located, so that the positive electrode and the negative electrode of the battery 20 are respectively communicated with the first wire 16 and the second wire 17, and the plurality of batteries 20 disposed in the battery bin 10 are connected in parallel through the first wire 16 and the second wire 17. It is understood that in these embodiments, the batteries 20 may only have the positive electrode spring piece 24 and the negative electrode spring piece 25, and the positive electrode contact piece 22 and the negative electrode contact piece 23 are not required to be arranged, and the parallel connection of the batteries 20 arranged in the battery compartment 10 can still be realized.
In these embodiments, the positive electrode contact area 14 and the negative electrode contact area 15 on the inner wall of one bin 11 (e.g. the first bin) of the battery bin 10 are both connected to the functional module of the head-mounted display device 100 to supply power to the functional module of the head-mounted display device 100. When the battery 20 is disposed in the battery compartment 10, the battery 20 is preferentially disposed in the first compartment. And when the battery 20 is added, the battery 20 is gradually placed from the first position to a direction away from the first position, so that the batteries 20 placed in the battery compartment 10 can all be arranged in parallel and can all supply power to the functional modules of the head-mounted display device 100. In an embodiment of the present application, the first position is a position 11 close to the bottom surface 123 of the temple 120b, so that when the battery 20 is placed in the battery compartment 10, the battery compartment 10 is gradually stacked from the side close to the bottom surface 123 of the temple 120b to the side close to the top surface 124 of the temple 120 b.
Further, referring to fig. 7, in some embodiments of the present application, the battery 20 further includes a first fixing portion 26 and a second fixing portion 27 disposed opposite to each other. The two adjacent batteries 20 arranged in the battery compartment 10 are fixed by the first fixing portion 26 and the second fixing portion 27, so that the positions of the two adjacent batteries 20 are fixed, and the relative movement of the two adjacent batteries 20 is avoided, so that the positive elastic piece 24 of one battery 20 in the two adjacent batteries 20 is kept in a contact state with the positive contact piece 22 of the other battery 20, the negative elastic piece 25 of one battery 20 in the two batteries 20 in the two adjacent compartments 11 is kept in a contact state with the negative contact piece 23 of the other battery 20, and the problem of poor contact caused by the relative movement between the two adjacent batteries 20 is avoided. When the battery 20 is a card battery, the first fixing portion 26 is disposed on a first surface of the card battery, the second fixing portion 27 is disposed on a second surface of the card battery, and when the plurality of batteries 20 are disposed in the battery compartment 10, the first fixing portion 26 of one battery 20 is fixed to the first fixing portion 26 of another battery 20 between two adjacent batteries 20, so that the batteries 20 disposed in the battery compartment 10 are fixed together, and it is ensured that the batteries 20 can always maintain a parallel connection state.
In an embodiment of the present application, the first fixing portion 26 and the second fixing portion 27 are both magnetic rings, and the polarity of one surface of the first fixing portion 26 departing from the battery 20 is opposite to the polarity of one surface of the second fixing portion 27 departing from the battery 20, so that the two adjacent batteries 20 are relatively fixed by the magnetic force between the first fixing portion 26 and the second fixing portion 27. It is understood that the first fixing portion 26 and the second fixing portion 27 may have other structures. For example, the first fixing portion 26 may be a slot, and the second fixing portion 27 may be a clip, and the clip is pressed into the slot to fasten and fix the two adjacent batteries 20.
Referring to fig. 8, in other embodiments of the present application, the first surface of the battery 20 is provided with a protruding rib 211 protruding from the first surface, the edge of the third surface close to the second surface is provided with a sliding groove 212, the battery 20 is stacked in the battery compartment 10, when the first surface of one of the battery 20 of two adjacent batteries 20 contacts with the second surface of the other battery 20, and the protruding rib 211 is partially slidably disposed in the sliding groove 212, that is, the protruding rib 211 is detachably embedded in the sliding groove 212, so that the adjacent batteries 20 are fixed, and the electrical connection between the adjacent batteries 20 is ensured.
In some examples of the present application, the two ribs 211 are respectively disposed on two opposite sides of the first surface. The number of the sliding grooves 212 is two, and the two sliding grooves are respectively arranged on the two third surfaces. The rib 211 includes a support plate 211b and a fixing plate 211a, and the support plate 211b is coupled between the fixing plate 211a and the first surface of the battery 20. Wherein the fixing plate 211a intersects with the supporting plate 211 b. In an embodiment of the present application, the fixing plate 211a is perpendicular to the first surface, and the supporting plate 211b is perpendicular to the first surface. The fixing plates 211a of the protruding ribs 211 are slid in from one end of the sliding grooves 212, so that the fixing plates 211a of two protruding ribs 211 are respectively embedded in the sliding grooves 212 of the two third surfaces, so that the adjacent two batteries 20 are fixed in the other direction except the extending direction of the sliding grooves 212, and the detachable fixation between the adjacent batteries 20 is realized.
It is understood that in other embodiments of the present application, the protruding rib 211 can be disposed on the first surface, and the second surface is disposed in the sliding groove 212 corresponding to the protruding rib 21. When the batteries 20 are stacked, the protruding rib 21 is inserted into the sliding groove 212 from one end of the sliding groove 212, so that the protruding rib 21 is embedded into the sliding groove 212, thereby fixing two adjacent batteries 20, enabling the first surface of one battery 20 of the two adjacent batteries 20 to be attached to the second surface of the other battery 20, and enabling the positive electrode elastic piece and the negative electrode elastic piece of one battery 20 of the two adjacent batteries 20 to be respectively contacted with the positive electrode contact piece and the negative electrode contact piece of the other battery, thereby realizing fixation and parallel connection of the batteries.
Referring to fig. 9, in some other embodiments of the present application, a third fixing portion 28 is disposed in each of the compartments, a fourth fixing portion 29 corresponding to the third fixing portion 28 is disposed on the battery 20, and when the battery 20 is disposed in the compartment, the third fixing portion 28 and the fourth fixing portion 29 are fixed, so that the battery 20 is stably fixed in the compartment of the battery compartment 10, and the batteries 20 in the battery compartment 10 are relatively fixed, so as to ensure that the batteries 20 are always connected in parallel without being disconnected. In an embodiment of the present application, the third fixing portion 28 and the fourth fixing portion 29 are magnetic rings with opposite polarities, so that the battery 20 and the battery compartment 10 are fixed by magnetic force. It is understood that the third fixing portion 28 and the fourth fixing portion 29 may have other structures. For example, the third fixing portion 28 is a protrusion protruding from the inner wall of the battery compartment 10 toward the inside of the battery compartment 10, the fourth fixing portion 29 is a groove provided on the side wall of the battery 20 and recessed toward the inside of the battery 20, and the protrusion is fitted into the groove when the battery 20 is placed in the battery compartment 10.
Further, in some embodiments of the present application, be equipped with the heat conduction material in the battery compartment 10, when battery 20 locates in the battery compartment 10, battery 20 with the contact of the heat conduction material in the battery compartment 10 to in time with heat transmission in the battery 20 extremely on the bulkhead of battery compartment 10, and transmit away, avoid producing the damage to battery 20, also strengthen the travelling comfort of wearing of user simultaneously. In some embodiments, the position on the temple 120b where the battery compartment 10 is formed is made of a material with good thermal conductivity (such as an aluminum alloy, a titanium-aluminum alloy, etc.), so that heat conducted to the compartment wall of the battery compartment 10 can exchange heat with the outside as fast as possible, thereby accelerating heat dissipation.
In some embodiments, the heat conducting material is a heat conducting silica gel pad or a graphite heat conducting sheet. When the graphite heat conducting sheet is used for conducting heat, the graphite heat conducting sheet needs to be processed so as to be insulated. The heat conduction material covers the inner surface of the battery compartment 10, when the battery 20 is arranged in the battery compartment 10, at least part of the outer surface of the battery 20 is in contact with the heat conduction material, so that heat generated by the operation of the battery 20 can be conducted to the compartment wall of the battery compartment 10 through the heat conduction material in time, and the heat can be dissipated in time. In an embodiment of the application, the heat conduction material is the heat conduction silica gel pad, through the heat conduction silica gel pad can with the heat that battery 20 produced in time conducts extremely the bulkhead, simultaneously, battery 20 with the contact of heat conduction silica gel pad provides the buffering for battery 20 can be more stable in battery compartment 10.
Further, in some embodiments, referring to fig. 10, a heat conducting plate 30 is disposed between adjacent bins 11 of the embodiment shown in fig. 3, so as to space the adjacent bins 11 through the heat conducting plate 30. The fixed edge of heat-conducting plate 30 is fixed in the inner wall of battery compartment 10, when battery 20 locates in position of storehouse 11, heat-conducting plate 30 and the inner wall of battery compartment 10 with battery 20 laminating. The heat conducting plate 30 has good heat conducting performance, so that heat generated by the battery 20 is timely conducted to the wall of the battery compartment 10, and the heat is dissipated through heat exchange between the wall and the outside. The heat conducting plate 30 may be made of a material having good electrical conductivity and light weight, such as aluminum alloy, or a material having good thermal conductivity, such as a heat conducting silica gel pad or heat conducting graphite, covered with a light plastic material.
Referring to fig. 11, in some embodiments, the wall of the battery compartment 10 is further provided with heat dissipation holes 40, so that air inside the battery compartment 10 circulates with the outside through the heat dissipation holes 40, thereby achieving a good heat dissipation effect. For example, in an embodiment of the present application, the heat dissipation holes 40 are disposed on the bin wall of the battery bin 10 close to the bottom surface 123 of the temple 120b and the bin wall close to the top surface 124 of the temple 120b, so that air in the battery bin 10 can better circulate, and a better heat dissipation effect in the battery bin 10 is achieved.
Referring to fig. 12, fig. 12 is a schematic structural diagram of a head-mounted display apparatus 100 according to another embodiment of the present application. The difference from the head-mounted display device 100 shown in fig. 1 is that the number of the positions of the battery compartment 10 is small, one or more batteries 20 of the plurality of batteries 20 can be detachably mounted in the battery compartment 10, and the other batteries 20 can be disposed outside the battery compartment 10 and stacked and connected in parallel with the batteries 20 disposed in the battery compartment 10, so as to supply power to the head-mounted display device 100 through the batteries 20 disposed in the battery compartment 10 and outside the battery compartment 10 in parallel. Specifically, in the embodiment shown in fig. 12, the number of the storage spaces of the battery compartment 10 is only one, that is, only one battery 20 can be accommodated in the battery compartment 10. Since the volume of the battery compartment 10 is small, the weight of the battery compartment 10 can be reduced. In some embodiments, the battery compartment 10 is an open battery compartment 10, i.e., after the batteries 20 are placed in the battery compartment 10, the battery compartment 10 is not sealed. When the head-mounted display device 100 needs to be used for a long time, the battery 20 that needs to be added is arranged outside the battery compartment 10 and stacked on the battery 20 arranged in the battery compartment 10, and the battery 20 in the battery compartment 10 is connected in parallel with the battery 20 in the battery compartment 10, so as to supply power to each working module of the head-mounted display device 100. It is understood that in some embodiments, the battery compartment 10 may also be an enclosed battery compartment 10. For example, after the batteries 20 are mounted in the battery compartment 10, the battery compartment 10 is sealed by a sealing cover, but the sealing cover is provided with positive and negative connecting contacts, and the batteries 20 mounted inside and outside the battery compartment 10 are connected to the positive and negative connecting contacts on the sealing cover, thereby realizing the parallel connection of the batteries 20 inside and outside the battery compartment 10.
Further, the batteries 20 stacked inside and outside the battery compartment 10 can be detachably fixed, that is, one battery 20 of two adjacent batteries 20 can be detachably fixed to the other battery 20, so that when the battery 20 needs to be added, the newly added battery 20 can be fixed to the head-mounted display device 100, and the position among the batteries 20 connected in parallel can be kept fixed; when it is necessary to reduce the number of the batteries 20, the batteries 20 can be easily removed from the parallel battery 20 group. In some embodiments of the present application, the structure of the battery 20 of the head-mounted display device 100 of the embodiment shown in fig. 12 is the same as the structure of the battery 20 of the embodiment shown in fig. 4. Also, the manner of stacking and connecting the plurality of batteries 20 inside the battery compartment 10 and outside the battery compartment 10 in parallel is the same as the embodiment shown in fig. 5.
In some embodiments of the present application, the head-mounted display device 100 further includes a backup battery 20, the backup battery 20 is electrically connected to the functional module of the head-mounted display device 100, the battery 20 in the battery compartment 10 stops being the functional module of the head-mounted display device 100 supplies power, the backup battery 20 is the functional module of the head-mounted display device 100 supplies power, so as to avoid that the battery 20 in the battery compartment 10 is dead and affects the continuous use of the head-mounted display device 100, and it can have sufficient time to replace the battery 20 in the battery compartment 10.
Referring to fig. 13, in some embodiments, the head-mounted display apparatus 100 further includes a storage box 200. The receiving case 200 includes a first receiving cavity 210 and a second receiving cavity 220. The first receiving cavity 210 is used for receiving the head-mounted display apparatus 100, so as to receive the head-mounted display apparatus 100 and prevent the head-mounted display apparatus 100 from being damaged. The second receiving cavity 220 is used for receiving the battery 20 detached from the head mounted display device 100 and a replacement battery 20 for replacing the depleted battery 20 in the battery compartment 10. When the battery 20 in the battery compartment 10 is exhausted and the battery 20 needs to be replaced, the battery 20 with the exhausted battery in the battery compartment 10 is taken out from the position of the battery 20 and replaced by the replacement battery 20, thereby ensuring that the head-mounted display device 100 can be continuously used. The first receiving cavity 210 and the second receiving cavity 220 may be stacked, arranged side by side, or arranged in other manners. In the embodiment shown in fig. 13, the first receiving cavity 210 and the second receiving cavity 220 are stacked. Specifically, the storage box 200 of some embodiments includes a first box body including the first receiving cavity 210 and a second box body including the second receiving cavity 220. In some embodiments, the first container is detachably stacked on the second container and can seal the second receiving cavity 220. That is, when the battery 20 is to be placed in the second receiving cavity 220, the first case may be detached from the second case to place the battery 20 in the second receiving cavity 220, and the first case may be stacked on the second case to seal the second receiving cavity 220, so that the battery 20 can be stably placed in the second receiving cavity 220. The first box body and the second box body can be fixed in a detachable fixing mode such as a buckle fixing mode or a magnetic attracting fixing mode. For example, a convex edge is disposed at the edge of the opening of the second accommodating cavity 220 of the second box, a buckle is disposed at one end of the first box facing the second box, and when the first box is stacked on the second box, the buckle on the first box is buckled on the convex edge of the second box, so that the buckle fixation of the first box and the second box is realized. It should be understood that the first box and the second box are only illustrated as an example, and the first box and the second box may be fixed in any other detachable way.
In some embodiments of the present application, the shape and size of the first accommodating cavity 210 are the same as those of the head-mounted display device 100, so that the glasses can be accommodated in the first accommodating cavity 210 exactly, and the head-mounted display device 100 can be stably accommodated in the first accommodating cavity 210, thereby avoiding the problem that the wall of the first accommodating cavity 210 collides with the head-mounted display device 100 to damage the head-mounted display device 100 when the glasses are carried. In some embodiments of the present application, the cavity wall of the first receiving cavity 210 is made of a flexible material or covered with a flexible material, so as to provide a buffer for the head-mounted display device 100 disposed therein, and prevent the head-mounted display device 100 from colliding with the cavity wall and being damaged.
In some embodiments of the present application, the battery 20 in the second accommodating cavity 220 can be charged for the head-mounted display device 100 accommodated in the first accommodating cavity 210 or for an external device, so as to be used as a power bank, thereby increasing the carrying willingness of the user.
In some embodiments, a charging interface 214 and a discharging interface 215 are disposed on a wall of the second receiving cavity 220, and a charging and discharging circuit is disposed in the second receiving cavity 220. The charging interface 214 and the discharging interface 215 are connected to the charging and discharging circuit. The external device is connected with the discharging interface 215 to discharge, and is connected with the external power source through the charging interface 214 to charge the battery 20 accommodated in the second accommodating cavity 220.
Specifically, in some embodiments of the present application, the second accommodating cavity 220 includes a plurality of battery 20 sites, and one battery 20 can be installed in each battery 20 site, so that the battery 20 and the replacement battery 20 detached from the battery compartment 10 of the head-mounted display device 100 can be installed in any of the battery 20 sites. Every all be equipped with positive pole connecting region 212 and negative pole connecting region 213 that the interval set up on the inner wall of battery 20 position, install in battery 20 position battery 20's positive pole shell fragment 24 with positive pole connecting region 212 electricity is connected, install in battery 20 position battery 20's negative pole shell fragment 25 with negative pole connecting region 213 electricity is connected. The positive connection region 212 and the negative connection region 213 of each battery 20 are connected to the charging and discharging circuit, so that the positive connection region 212 and the negative connection region 213 of each battery 20 are connected to the charging interface 214 and the discharging interface 215, and each battery 20 disposed in the second receiving cavity 220 can be charged through the charging interface 214 and an external device connected to the discharging interface 215 can also be charged through the discharging interface 215.
In some embodiments, another discharging interface 215 is also disposed in the first receiving cavity 210, and the discharging interface 215 in the first receiving cavity 210 is electrically connected to each battery 20 in the receiving cavity. When the head-mounted display device 100 is disposed in the first receiving cavity 210, the charging interface 214 of the head-mounted display device 100 can communicate with the discharging interface 215 in the first receiving cavity 210. In some embodiments, the charging interface 214 of the head-mounted display device 100 is electrically connected to the backup battery 20, so that when the head-mounted display device 100 is received in the first receiving cavity 210, the battery 20 in the second receiving cavity 220 can charge the backup battery 20 of the head-mounted display device 100 to prepare for next use, and the operation is convenient and fast.
Further, in some embodiments of the present application, a fifth fixing portion 221 is disposed in each battery 20, and a sixth fixing portion 211 corresponding to the fifth fixing portion 221 is disposed on each battery 20 disposed in the second accommodating cavity 220. It is understood that, when the battery 20 is the battery 20 of the embodiment shown in fig. 7, the sixth fixing portion 211 may be the first fixing portion 26 or the second fixing portion 27; when the battery 20 is the battery 20 of the embodiment shown in fig. 8, the sixth fixing portion 211 may be the fourth fixing portion 29. When the batteries 20 are disposed in the second receiving cavity 220, the fifth fixing portion 221 and the sixth fixing portion 211 are fixed, so that the batteries 20 are stably fixed in the second receiving cavity 220, and each battery 20 retained in the second receiving cavity 220 can be connected to the positive connection region 212 and the negative connection region 213 of the battery 20, so as to ensure that each battery 20 retained in the second receiving cavity 220 can be connected to the charging and discharging circuit. In an embodiment of the present invention, the fifth fixing portion 221 and the sixth fixing portion 211 are magnetic rings with opposite polarities, respectively. It is understood that the fifth fixing portion 221 and the sixth fixing portion 211 may be fixed to each other.
The utility model provides a receiver 200, with head mounted display device 100 is supporting, can accomodate head mounted display device 100 and follow battery 20 that the head mounted display device 100 was last dismantled avoids losing of battery 20 or the damage of head mounted display device 100 and battery 20. In addition, the battery 20 and the replacement battery 20 detached from the head-mounted display device 100 are placed in the second receiving cavity 220 of the receiving case 200 and are connected to the charging and discharging circuit through the positive connection region 212 and the negative connection region 213 on the position of the battery 20, so that the battery 20 placed in the second receiving cavity 220 can be conveniently charged, the battery 20 placed in the second receiving cavity 220 can be charged as an external device, and the carrying will of the user can be increased.

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1. A head-mounted display device is characterized by comprising a mirror bracket and a plurality of batteries, wherein the mirror bracket is provided with a battery bin comprising a plurality of bin positions, one or a plurality of batteries in the plurality of batteries can be detachably mounted in the battery bin, each battery mounted in the battery bin is correspondingly mounted in one bin position, all the batteries mounted in the battery bin are connected in parallel, and a positive contact area and a negative contact area which are arranged at intervals are arranged in the battery bin; the head-mounted display device further comprises a processing module, and the positive electrode contact area and the negative electrode contact area are electrically connected with the processing module;
each battery comprises a battery main body, and a positive contact piece, a negative contact piece, a positive elastic piece and a negative elastic piece which are arranged on the battery main body, wherein the positive contact piece is arranged opposite to and electrically connected with the positive elastic piece, and the negative contact piece is arranged opposite to and electrically connected with the negative elastic piece; when the batteries in the battery compartment are stacked, the positive elastic piece and the negative elastic piece of one of the two adjacent batteries are respectively contacted with the positive contact piece and the negative contact piece of the other battery; the positive elastic sheet of one battery arranged in the battery compartment is in contact with the positive contact area, and the negative elastic sheet of the battery is in contact with the negative contact area;
or the inner wall of each bin of the battery bin is provided with the positive electrode contact area and the negative electrode contact area, the inner wall of the battery bin is provided with a first routing wire and a second routing wire, the first routing wire is communicated with all the positive electrode contact areas, and the second routing wire is communicated with all the negative electrode contact areas; and each battery is provided with a positive elastic sheet and a negative elastic sheet, when the battery is arranged in the bin, the positive elastic sheet of each battery is in contact with the positive contact area in the bin where the battery is located, and each negative elastic sheet is in contact with the negative contact area in the bin where the battery is located.
2. The head-mounted display device of claim 1, wherein the capacities of the batteries mounted in the battery compartment are the same or different, and the bin size of the battery compartment is greater than or equal to the size of the battery with the largest capacity.
3. The head-mounted display device of claim 1, wherein the battery comprises a first fixing portion and a second fixing portion disposed opposite to each other, and the first fixing portion of one of the batteries disposed in the battery compartment is fixed to the second fixing portion of another adjacent battery.
4. The head-mounted display device of claim 3, wherein the first fixing portion and the second fixing portion are both magnetic rings, and a polarity of a face of the first fixing portion facing away from the battery is opposite to a polarity of a face of the second fixing portion facing away from the battery.
5. The head-mounted display device of claim 1, wherein the cells comprise a first surface, a second surface and two third surfaces connected between the first surface and the second surface, the two third surfaces are oppositely arranged, the first surface is provided with a rib protruding from the first surface, the edge of the third surface close to the second surface is provided with a sliding groove, the third surface is arranged in the cell compartment in a stacked manner, the first surface of one of the adjacent two cells is in contact with the second surface of the other cell, and the rib is partially slidably arranged in the sliding groove.
6. The head-mounted display device as claimed in claim 1, wherein a third fixing portion is disposed in each of the positions of the battery compartment, a fourth fixing portion is disposed on the battery opposite to the third fixing portion, the battery is disposed in the battery compartment, and the third fixing portion and the fourth fixing portion are fixed.
7. The head-mounted display device of claim 1, wherein the frame comprises two opposite legs, the battery compartment is two, and the two battery compartments are respectively disposed on the two legs.
8. The head-mounted display device of claim 1, wherein a heat conducting plate is disposed between adjacent compartments, at least a portion of the edge of the heat conducting plate is fixed to the inner wall of the battery compartment, and a portion of the outer surface of the battery disposed in the battery compartment contacts the heat conducting plate.
9. The head-mounted display device of claim 1 or 8, wherein an inner wall of the battery compartment is covered with a thermally conductive silicone pad, and at least a portion of an outer surface of a battery disposed in the battery compartment is in contact with the thermally conductive silicone pad.
10. A head-mounted display device is characterized by comprising a mirror bracket and a plurality of batteries, wherein the mirror bracket is provided with a battery compartment, one or a plurality of batteries in the batteries can be detachably mounted in the battery compartment, other batteries can be arranged outside the battery compartment and detachably stacked on the batteries in the battery compartment, and each battery in the battery compartment is connected with each battery outside the battery compartment in parallel; each battery comprises a battery main body, and a positive contact piece, a negative contact piece, a positive elastic piece and a negative elastic piece which are arranged on the battery main body, wherein the positive contact piece is arranged opposite to and electrically connected with the positive elastic piece, and the negative contact piece is arranged opposite to and electrically connected with the negative elastic piece; when the batteries in the battery compartment are stacked with the batteries outside the battery compartment, the positive elastic piece and the negative elastic piece of one of the two adjacent batteries are respectively contacted with the positive contact piece and the negative contact piece of the other battery; the battery compartment is internally provided with a positive electrode contact area and a negative electrode contact area which are arranged at intervals; the positive elastic sheet of one battery arranged in the battery compartment is contacted with the positive contact area, the negative elastic sheet of the battery is contacted with the negative contact area, and the battery compartment is internally provided with the positive contact area and the negative contact area which are arranged at intervals; the head-mounted display equipment further comprises a processing module, and the positive electrode contact area and the negative electrode contact area are electrically connected with the processing module to supply power to the processing module.
11. The head-mounted display device of claim 10, wherein the battery comprises a first fixing portion and a second fixing portion disposed opposite to each other, and the first fixing portion of one of the batteries disposed in the battery compartment is fixed to the second fixing portion of another adjacent battery.
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