DE102010010464A1 - Book i.e. foreign word book, assistant unit for use as reading-, illuminating and documentation aids for e.g. reading text in book, has lens indicating texts in enlarged manner, where texts are illuminated using LEDs and noted, as needed - Google Patents

Book i.e. foreign word book, assistant unit for use as reading-, illuminating and documentation aids for e.g. reading text in book, has lens indicating texts in enlarged manner, where texts are illuminated using LEDs and noted, as needed

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DE102010010464A1
DE102010010464A1 DE102010010464A DE102010010464A DE102010010464A1 DE 102010010464 A1 DE102010010464 A1 DE 102010010464A1 DE 102010010464 A DE102010010464 A DE 102010010464A DE 102010010464 A DE102010010464 A DE 102010010464A DE 102010010464 A1 DE102010010464 A1 DE 102010010464A1
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Klaus-Carsten Schmelz
Stefan Stojkovski
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    • G02B25/00Eyepieces; Magnifying glasses
    • G02B25/02Eyepieces; Magnifying glasses with means for illuminating object viewed

Abstract

The invention helps its users to open up media and also facilitates dealing with them. For this purpose, a variety of functions are already available in the basic model: for print media, discreet lighting consisting of LEDs or OLEDs that hardly scatters; In addition, the currently read lines appear slightly larger (factor below 2); while the book pages are held down, which are the currently read opposite. By simply photographing the title of the media and the last page read, the invention simultaneously serves as an electronic bookmark. The energy supply is represented by a solar module. The charge state of the energy storage is displayed.
Optionally, a foreign dictionary is included in the language of the country in which the invention is offered. Finally, the archiving of other media such as CDs, DVDs, BDs, etc. as well as graphics, cartoons, etc. is possible, for which a library administration is included. An interface (Bluetooth or the like) for data exchange is also included in a variant.
In all models, the different functions are controlled via a software menu that is addressed via a touchscreen. The latter also acts as a viewfinder of the camera.

Description

  • The invention relates to a BookAssistant with the further features according to the preamble of claim 1.
  • State of the art
  • Out WO 2004 053391 A1 is a tool known that subtly illuminates pages of books and emits little stray light. A magnification is missing here as well as a self-sufficient power supply and functions for recording and saving
  • By WO 2008/047265 A1 the possibility is purely shown for the low-loss arrangement of LEDs within a light guide plate. Other features are not the subject of the invention.
  • In EP 1 983 257 A1 describes a Fresnel lens illuminated by LEDs or organic LEDs, which thus also enlarges the illuminated template, but neither provides a self-sufficient power supply nor functions for recording and storing.
  • EP 0 418 092 A2 describes a thin rod lens with a relatively large magnification, the principle of which is also used in the present invention.
  • A touch-sensitive screen that is in principle the europ. patent EP 1 081 633 A2 is also used in the present invention, possibly in conjunction with in US Pat. No. 7,253,809 B2 described lighting.
  • US Pat. No. 6,952,079 B2 describes a component design that best captures the light emitted by an OLED, and thus finds attention in illuminating the reading range of the present invention.
  • With the lighting of essentially book pages deals US Pat. No. 6,951,403 B2 while trying to limit the emission of stray light.
  • This in US 2003/0063459 A1 described product supplements the function of the lighting by an enlargement, but does not go beyond this.
  • Also very early on US 2 056 693 with these functions, but also do not know about additional benefits, which certainly was not possible (economically justifiable) with the technology available at that time.
  • The object to be read is added US 4,751,615 in addition to the lighting still trapped, to avoid the problem of ripple.
  • The present invention also has clear benefits for the user over the illuminated, umbrella-shaped magnifying glass CN 201 035 225 out.
  • The also illuminated plane magnifying means off CN 2 713 493 also offers no benefit for the user, which is even approximately comparable to that of the BookAssistants.
  • The invention according to DE 20 2004 009 119 U1 moves a magnifying glass along a lit plate. Although the guide of the enlarging means appears quite advantageous, but this requires a relatively large and thus unwieldy plate. Consequently, this principle does not apply in the present application.
  • The advantage of the invention DE 202 03 586 U1 compared to the hitherto known state of the art is the use of a color instead of a black and white camera. By the appropriate device obviously smaller objects are to be recorded, for. For example, to document damage patterns or to better look at small components with the human eye. The BookAssistant aims in a different direction.
  • The by the in DE 295 04 928 U1 described principle for strong enlargement of z. B. lines in rod-shaped lenses extends the field of application of the present invention in the direction of a reading glasses replacement.
  • The reader off DE 92 17 484 U1 In addition to the illumination and enlargement of a flat object, eg. B. a printed products, no functionality similar to the present BookAssistants.
  • In summary, it can be stated that quite a few inventions deal with facilitating the reading by illumination and / or magnification of the font lines, but so far no such comprehensive combination of functions and integration has been designed for this purpose as in the innovation presented, even though essentially known technologies and principles are used in the BookAssistant. In particular, in the vast majority of inventions in this area, neither the self-sufficient energy supply of the lamp or the value attached, nor the possibility of documenting individual read content or at least the last-read page of a printed product as an electronic bookmark referenced. Also, the design of the housing does not show that was thought of complementary features such as the haptic of the user as well as holding down the opposite side of the book. In addition, the present design of the BookAssistants is suitable to ensure at least splash water resistance and an extremely low tendency to difficult removable dirt accumulation z. B. under controls or in grooves or depressions. Not to mention the availability of an integrated, electronic dictionary of foreign words as well as the librarian treatment of entries in a functionally larger version.
  • task
  • It is an object of the invention to go well beyond these limitations by providing the functions essential to the user lighting to read while largely avoiding stray light, slight enlargement of the text or the content of the printed page, electronic bookmarks from the storage of the book cover and the last-read Job, optional availability of a foreign dictionary, and the library management of a larger inventory of other media with correspondingly powerful memory. In addition, the invention keeps reading adjacent, possibly annoying pages down. Secondary functions such as the viewfinder for the camera as well as the status display of the energy storage supplement the perceptible functionality. It is a fully self-sufficient energy supply, a comprehensive resistance at least against splashing water and easy and self-explanatory usability to ensure.
  • The object is achieved by the features of claim 1. Advantageous embodiments of the objects according to the invention are specified in the further claims.
  • embodiment
  • The invention is described in more detail below with reference to exemplary embodiments illustrated in the drawing.
  • The partially only basic representations show:
  • 1 the top view of the invention
  • 2 the view of the pen, which serves as an operating aid
  • 3 the bottom view of the invention
  • In 1 is schematically a transparent housing with integrated lens ( 4 ) with the front recessed grips ( 2a ) as well as the shaping as side hold-down ( 8th ), the solar film for self-sufficient energy supply ( 5 ), the autofocus camera ( 3 ) as well as the retaining groove ( 1a ) for the operating aid (pen).
  • 2 shows a pencil ( 1b ) as an operating aid of the touch-sensitive display (touchscreen).
  • 3 forms the invention from below. In particular, the transparent housing with integrated lens ( 4 ), the touchscreen ( 6 ), the LED ( 7 ) for displaying the charging status and the front and rear recessed grips or contours ( 2a and 2 B ) are shown.
  • The invention helps its users to open up media and also facilitates dealing with them.
  • For this purpose, a variety of functions are already available in the basic model: for print media, discreet lighting consisting of LEDs or OLEDs that hardly scatters; In addition, the currently read lines appear slightly larger (factor below 2); while the book pages are held down, which are the currently read opposite. The self-weight of the BookAssistant, supported by the (light) pressure exerted by the user's (the BookAssistant) hand of the user, is sufficient.
  • By simply photographing the title of the media and the last page read, the invention simultaneously serves as an electronic bookmark.
  • The energy supply is represented by a solar module that converts both daylight and artificial light into electrical energy, which is stored directly. The charge state of the energy storage is displayed.
  • Optionally, a foreign dictionary is included in the language of the country in which the invention is offered. Finally, the archiving of other media such as CDs, DVDs, BDs, etc. as well as graphics, cartoons, etc., for which a library administration is available.
  • An interface (Bluetooth or the like) for data exchange is also included in a variant.
  • In all models, the different functions are controlled via a software menu that is addressed via a touchscreen. The latter also acts as a viewfinder of the camera. Furthermore, the lighting is switched on and off and the brightness is controlled via it. In addition, the user controls via the touchscreen on the one hand the data input (bookmark function, media archiving, basic settings) and on the other hand the output (bookmark, media library).
  • The BookAssistant is intended to be used predominantly when an illumination facilitates or makes possible the reading process, which does not disturb other persons in the vicinity due to very little stray light. Situations in bed, tent, plane and car are characteristic for this. The enlarged representation of the read lines additionally supports the user, which is becoming increasingly important in view of an aging population in the established industrialized nations.
  • The embodiment of the invention has approximately the following dimensions:
    Length: 125 mm (bottom) or 140 mm (top); Height: 20 mm; Width: 45 mm
  • The approximate mass is 200 g
  • LIST OF REFERENCE NUMBERS
  • 1a
    Groove for storing the operating aid
    1b
    Operating aid of the touch screen (pen)
    2a
    Front recessed grips (1 × each right and left)
    2 B
    Rear handle contours (1 × each right and left)
    3
    Autofocus camera
    4
    Transparent housing with integrated lens for magnification
    5
    Solar film for self-sufficient energy supply
    6
    Touch-sensitive screen (touch screen)
    7
    LED to indicate the charging status of the built-in energy storage
    8th
    Lateral slopes (1 × each to the right and left) as hold-down on the opposite side of the book
  • QUOTES INCLUDE IN THE DESCRIPTION
  • This list of the documents listed by the applicant has been generated automatically and is included solely for the better information of the reader. The list is not part of the German patent or utility model application. The DPMA assumes no liability for any errors or omissions.
  • Cited patent literature
    • WO 2004053391 A1 [0002]
    • WO 2008/047265 A1 [0003]
    • EP 1983257 A1 [0004]
    • EP 0418092 A2 [0005]
    • EP 1081633 A2 [0006]
    • US 7253809 B2 [0006]
    • US 6952079 B2 [0007]
    • US 6951403 B2 [0008]
    • US 2003/0063459 A1 [0009]
    • US Pat. No. 2056693 [0010]
    • US 4751615 [0011]
    • US 7575329 B2 [0012]
    • US 7384177 B2 [0012]
    • US 7165873 B2 [0012]
    • US 7354184 B2 [0012]
    • US 7322730 B2 [0012]
    • US 7513672 B2 [0012]
    • US 7524101 B2 [0012]
    • US 7563012 B2 [0012]
    • US 7537370 B2 [0012]
    • US 7467887 B2 [0012]
    • US 7404660 B2 [0012]
    • US 6712481 B2 [0012]
    • US 5876107 [0012]
    • US 6079838 [0012]
    • US 6755547 B2 [0012]
    • US 7434974 B2 [0012]
    • CN 201035225 [0013]
    • CN 2713493 [0014]
    • DE 202004009119 U1 [0015]
    • DE 20203586 U1 [0016]
    • DE 29504928 U1 [0017]
    • DE 9217484 U1 [0018]

Claims (10)

  1. On a object auflegbarer, housed in a portable, equipped with its own power supply BookAssistant as reading, lighting and documentation aid characterized in that by at least one lens ( 4 ) Objects, in particular texts, pictures or other illustrations are displayed enlarged, these objects are illuminated by a lighting and the objects can be recorded as needed ( 3 ).
  2. BookAssistant according to claim 1, characterized in that the magnification by a rod lens ( 4 ) in particular made of transparent plastic, preferably made of acrylic or plexiglass, the permanent in particular 2 to 10 lines, preferably 3 to 5 lines of the read text is increased in particular by a factor of 1.25 to 4, preferably by a factor of 1.7 to 2.
  3. BookAssistant according to one of the preceding claims, characterized in that the need for illumination is effected in particular by at least one LED or organic LED, preferably by using at least one optical fiber of lichtleitfähigem plastic.
  4. BookAssistant according to one of the preceding claims, characterized in that the recording of the objects by an integrated miniature camera, in particular an autofocus camera ( 3 ), which can be supported as needed by a flash.
  5. BookAssistant according to one of the preceding claims, characterized in that the user interface is a touch-sensitive display ( 6 ) is used in particular in resistive or capacitive design.
  6. BookAssistant according to one of the preceding claims, characterized in that as a camera viewfinder the touch-sensitive display ( 6 ) serves.
  7. BookAssistant according to one of the preceding claims, characterized in that a data input by a pen ( 1b ), otherwise in a pen holder ( 1a ), as a substitute by human fingers, especially fingernails.
  8. BookAssistant according to one of the preceding claims, characterized in that the energy supply via a rechargeable by photovoltaic accumulator takes place in particular by a curved solar module, preferably by a solar film ( 5 ).
  9. BookAssistant according to one of the preceding claims, characterized in that records in particular in the form of photographs, library management of particular sound and image media as well as graphics, cartoons, etc. in rewritable RWRAM memories and for other data such as foreign dictionaries, dictionaries, databases especially in flashed ROM memories are stored.
  10. BookAssistant according to any one of the preceding claims, characterized in that the controller accepts in particular an ASIC, the data transmission in particular by Bluetooth interface and the power transmission between the electrical and electronic components for lighting, the touch-sensitive display, the energy and data storage, the photovoltaic surface , To the camera and to the Bluetooth interface by printed conductors in particular on the board at least partially wired and a status display with at least three-color LED lights is available.
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