CZ2010366A3 - Transparent table - Google Patents

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CZ2010366A3
CZ2010366A3 CZ20100366A CZ2010366A CZ2010366A3 CZ 2010366 A3 CZ2010366 A3 CZ 2010366A3 CZ 20100366 A CZ20100366 A CZ 20100366A CZ 2010366 A CZ2010366 A CZ 2010366A CZ 2010366 A3 CZ2010366 A3 CZ 2010366A3
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    • AHUMAN NECESSITIES
    • A47FURNITURE; DOMESTIC ARTICLES OR APPLIANCES; COFFEE MILLS; SPICE MILLS; SUCTION CLEANERS IN GENERAL
    • A47BTABLES; DESKS; OFFICE FURNITURE; CABINETS; DRAWERS; GENERAL DETAILS OF FURNITURE
    • A47B13/00Details of tables or desks
    • A47B13/08Table tops; Rims therefor
    • A47B13/12Transparent tops, e.g. with lighting means under the table top
    • AHUMAN NECESSITIES
    • A47FURNITURE; DOMESTIC ARTICLES OR APPLIANCES; COFFEE MILLS; SPICE MILLS; SUCTION CLEANERS IN GENERAL
    • A47BTABLES; DESKS; OFFICE FURNITURE; CABINETS; DRAWERS; GENERAL DETAILS OF FURNITURE
    • A47B25/00Card tables; Tables for other games

Abstract

A transparent plate formed by a plate (2) and at least one leg (3), the principle of which is that its plate is transparent in the direction from the underside of the plate to the top thereof, wherein at least one sensing device (4) is arranged beneath it. checking the events and activities above the table top.

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TRANSPARENT TABLE

Technical field

BACKGROUND OF THE INVENTION The present invention relates to a transparent table that provides the ability to control activities that take place above the table. This solution can be advantageously used as a gaming table or work control table.

Background Art

Gambling is popular worldwide, but, unfortunately, even among players, there are players who do not play fair, as in all industries. When playing games, gaming tables are used with a fixed opaque plate, often covered with cloth, and monitoring systems where the cameras are placed above the table and scan each player and his hands from above. By this time, no one has been dealing with what lies behind playing under the hands of any unfair players. In a similar way, with monitoring systems located above the desk, activities that take place over work, control, etc. tables are checked.

SUMMARY OF THE INVENTION It is an object of the present invention to provide a transparent table that provides the ability to control (both immediate and continuous) activities that take place above this table. In the case of using a table, for example, as a gaming invention, it will provide players with gambling control, and thus a fair play of these games. The aforementioned disadvantages are eliminated by a transparent table formed by a plate and at least one leg, wherein the plate is transparent in the direction from the underside of the plate to the top thereof, wherein at least one sensing device is arranged below it to control events and activities above the table top.

To ensure a thorough control of the action above the top of the table top, it is advantageous if the transparent table has a transparent board in both directions. 2

The light transmittance and thus the lens of the sensing device can advantageously be provided by a one-way transparent plastic film glued to a transparent, e.g. glass, transparent table plate. Preferably, the top of the plate is provided with an anti-reflective surface to prevent unwanted reflections.

In order to simplify the monitoring of activities above the top of the transparent table, it is advantageous if the camera is a camera.

Advantageously, the transparent table plate may consist of three layers. In this case, the backsheet consists of a clear or highly transparent material, such as glass or plastic. The middle layer is a semi-transparent security film and the top layer is a clear or highly transparent material, such as glass, with anti-reflective finish. Glass, as a traditional material, is preferably used mainly because of its hardness, durability and hygienic safety. In the lower layer, the glass can also be replaced by plastic material, which reduces the weight of the board. A safety semi-transparent film that meets safety standards ensures that the glass does not spill when the plate ruptures and allows the use of clear or highly transparent materials in the bottom and top layers.

This transparent table eliminates the above drawbacks and protects the operators of these devices. Under a transparent table with a semi-transparent or transparent plate, one or more sensing devices may be placed, which may form integrated camera systems interconnected by known methods, on the one hand, and on the other, and may be connected to an existing transmission and monitoring system. There is also the possibility of transmitting event recording over the top of the transparent table top wireless.

The transparent table allows you to watch what is happening at the table during various activities from under the board (eg, to watch the hands of the players), which has not been possible by this time. Compared to the current monitoring system, where several cameras are needed, but still occupy the desk above the table top, the proposed transparent table of monitoring activities simplifies, cheaper and increases their efficiency. The table reveals what has remained hidden. 3

The transparent table can also be used to deal with valuable items, raw materials, etc., for example, in the sorting of diamonds in diamond mines, and in other areas where careful control of what is going on over the table is required. List of drawings in the drawing

The invention will be explained in more detail with reference to FIG. 1, which is a side view of a transparent table under which the sensing device is located, and FIG. 2 is a top view of the transparent table. Example of realization

The transparent table 1 shown in FIG. 1 is formed by a plate 2 of transparent or semi-transparent material, for example glass or other clear material, to which legs 3 are fastened by known methods. FIG. 1 is a schematic representation of the field of view of the scanning device 4, which may be located preferably above the center of the transparent table 1, e.g. The camera records everything and transmits it to the monitor, giving it complete control over these activities, or backing up the record for any additional inspection. It is not important what shape, size or design such table 1 has.

Also, it is not important whether the plate 2 of the transparent table 1, playing or working control, is transparent only from one side of the plate 2 upwards or the plate 2 is transparent in both directions as well as its shape.

If the plate 2 is made of glass, the glass may be colored so that the plate does not look too different from the existing plates and does not interfere (e.g., green or red-brown color) without discoloration of the glass. Any reflections in the glass can be eliminated by anti-reflective surface treatment.

The design of the playing or working control transparent table 1 with the plate 2 made of semi-transparent material does not alter its construction. The light transmittance and thus the camera lens can be provided by a 4-ply foil adhered to a glass table 2 of a transparent table, for example a perforated, one-way transparent foil, e.g. MAO 40, intended for advertising printing, screen printing, vehicle window windows, shop windows and office building glass as well as transparent acrylic and polycarbonate. The MAO 40 printing method can be screen printing, airbrush, electro static and inkjet solvent inks. After printing the MAO 40 and sticking it to the top of the board 2, the scanning camera will have transparency due to the transparency of the person who will operate, for example, card games over such a game or work control transparent table 1, such a film not limiting the visibility of the camera lens. The film surface is white and the adhesive side is black. The unidirectionally transparent film is provided with a plurality of apertures, preferably a rectangular cross section, the dimensions of which provide a view in only one direction. In addition, symbols that are necessary to operate different games may be provided on the film.

Industrial usability

A transparent table can be used as a gaming table especially in casinos or gambling rooms, but also as a work or control table in hotels, banking institutions, precious metal processing facilities, wherever it is necessary to have perfect control, whether for guests, customers or employees and their activities (money transactions, precious metals, objects, etc.).

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  1. PATENT REQUIREMENTS A transparent table (1) consisting of a plate (2) and at least one leg (3), characterized in that its plate (2) is transparent at least in the direction from the underside of the plate (2) to its top side, below it at least one sensing device (4) is arranged to control the action and operation of the upper side of the transparent table plate (2). Transparent table according to claim 1, characterized in that the plate (2) is also transparent from the top side of the plate (2) to its lower side. Transparent table according to claim 1 or 2, characterized in that the transparent plate (2) of the transparent table (1) is provided with a one-way transparent sheet. Transparent table according to claim 1 or 2, characterized in that the plate (2) is made up of three layers, wherein the lower and upper layers are made of clear or highly transparent material and the middle layer consists of a semi-transparent security film. Transparent table according to Claims 1 to 4, characterized in that the top side of the plate (2) is provided with an anti-reflective surface. Transparent table according to claims 1 to 5, characterized in that the scanning device is a camera.
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