ES2557952A1 - Luminous position and indication device via bracelet module and rear module communicated by bluetooth - Google Patents

Luminous position and indication device via bracelet module and rear module communicated by bluetooth Download PDF

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ES2557952A1
ES2557952A1 ES201400609A ES201400609A ES2557952A1 ES 2557952 A1 ES2557952 A1 ES 2557952A1 ES 201400609 A ES201400609 A ES 201400609A ES 201400609 A ES201400609 A ES 201400609A ES 2557952 A1 ES2557952 A1 ES 2557952A1
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Abstract

Electronic device with two independent modules, applicable to the vehicle, garments, textile objects and accessories, designed to improve visibility by third parties and to translate the indications with the left arm into light signals. Mainly aimed at improving visibility by third parties when an individual or group travels by bicycle. The present invention relates to a new device of two modules communicated by bluetooth, where one of the modules is responsible for reading the movements of the left arm (bracelet) and another is responsible for generating light signals. The new device intended primarily for cyclists and motorcyclists is also applicable to people who travel by other means.

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Luminous position and indication device via bracelet module and rear module communicated by bluetooth.

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Technical sector

The invention falls within the technical sector of Electronics - Lighting, more specifically in the case of cause-effect systems.

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State of the art

Currently, the luminous devices applicable to the circulation by bicycle have acquired a special relevance. Even, already existing in the current market a variety of media and specific products for application in bicycles, accessories and 15 textile products.

Some of the most prominent applications known are:

Leah Buechley develops Liyipad, a programmable controller specifically designed for installation in textiles. One of his most relevant projects is a maiot with lighting that is controlled by push buttons.

Jaka Plešec carries out a joint research project between the Berlin Weißensee School of Art (KHB) and the Thuringia Vogtland-eV Textile Research Institute (TITV). 25 "Tex-vest". The shirt is equipped with green, red and yellow LEDs, which represents the colors of the traffic signs. It is interactive, viable and can help police officers regulate traffic.

Lee Myung Su, Park Geun Wan & Park 30

A backpack called Seil Bag, with a flexible LED matrix, capable of reproducing different patterns, on the handlebar a device for control by means of push buttons is placed.

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Object of the invention: technical problem-proposed solution

Technical problem raised

Spanish regulations and countries such as the United Kingdom, Germany, Ireland, Italy, Croatia, 40 Russia, Australia, the United States and Canada contemplate in their regulations for cyclists the unique use of the left arm, horizontal for the left and right angle indication with the hand up for the right indication.

The current indicator light systems are always installed or are inseparable part of garments, specific accessories, or are mounted by a fixed support on the bicycle.

Existing devices activate the indications only by means of buttons or buttons and housed in the handlebar by means of a fixed support. fifty

Specifically, the Spanish legislation contemplates the groups of cyclists that circulate in a row as a single vehicle.

Proposed solution

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It would therefore be desirable:

A device that only needed the movement of one arm to activate the indications.

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That your installation does not need the use of tools or complementary mechanical elements.

That the same device can be used in different vehicles, accessories and textile products. fifteen

That can be used by both an individual and a group.

For this, the present invention focuses on:

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That would allow the indications to be made only with the left arm, without the need for mechanical controls or push-buttons.

That it is not necessary to use tools or complementary mechanical elements for its installation. 25

A system of several independent versatile modules that we could apply to different vehicles, textile objects and accessories.

That it can be used by a group that circulates in a row where the first individual wears the bracelet and the last one carries the indicator module.

Detailed description of the invention

The present invention relates to a new device, with two independent programmable modules 35 applicable but not linked to garments or textile objects and accessories, communicated by bluetooth, where one of the modules is responsible for reading wrist movements and another It is responsible for generating three light signals, right indication, left indication and position. This device does not require mechanical controls or buttons to activate the light signals. 40

The new device is composed of a position reader and transmitter bracelet (module 1) and another electroluminescent (module 2), wirelessly communicated by bluetooth.

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The device recognizes the positions of the left wrist using module 1, and communicates them via bluetooth.

The device emits light signals of three types via module 2, left indication, right indication, both oranges and red position. fifty

The new device intended primarily for cyclists and motorcyclists is also applicable to people who travel by other means.

Examples of realization

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The present invention is further illustrated by the following examples, which are not intended to limit its scope:

Example 1

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A cyclist uses it alone, the construction, programming and application of the modules would be as follows:

Module 1: Built in a bracelet and placed on the left wrist, it reads the position of the arm using a sensor, checks and interprets it (horizontal, vertical or other) and is capable of issuing different messages describing the position.

Module 2: Built using an electroluminescent system with three groups of LEDs (two indicators and one of position) elongated, placed by means of an elastic element in the seat post, it is able to read the messages emitted by module 1 and act 20 accordingly to its programming (horizontal = Left light, vertical-Right light or other = Position light).

Example 2

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When the product is intended for the use of cyclists and installed in a long-sleeved garment, the construction, programming and application of the modules would be as follows:

Module 1: Built on a bracelet and placed on the left wrist, it reads position 30 of the arm using a sensor, checks it, interprets it and is capable of issuing different messages describing the position, (horizontal, vertical or other).

Module 2: Built using an electroluminescent system with three groups of LEDs (two indicators and one of position) elongated, integrable on the outside of the garment or accessory by means of magnets, it is capable of reading the messages emitted by module 1 and acting on consequence to its programming (horizontal = Left light, vertical-Right light or other-Position light).

Example 3 40

When the product is intended for the use of a cyclist and installed in a long-sleeved garment (sweatshirt), the construction, programming and application of the modules would be as follows:

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Module 1: Built in a bracelet and placed inside the left cuff of the garment, it reads the position of the wrist by means of a sensor, checks and interprets it and is capable of emitting different messages, (horizontal, vertical and other).

Module 2: Built using an electroluminescent system, applied inside the bottom 50 or on the garment, it is able to read the messages emitted by module 1 and act

accordingly to its programming (horizontal = Left light, vertical-Right light or other-Position light).

Description of the figures

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Module 1 (Figures 1, 2, 3) of the device is carried on the wrist by means of a bracelet (11) or is integrated in the cuff of a garment (12) in a housing with space for electronics and battery (1 and 3 ) in wristband format (Figures 1 and 4) with the integrated strap (2), or in watch format (Figures 2 and 5) with anchor for standard straps (4).

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Module 1 electronics (Figure 3) consist of a programmable controller (5), an accelerometer / gyro sensor (6), a rechargeable battery (7), recharge connection (8), bluetooth antenna communication (9) with module 2 (Figures 9, 10 and 11) and three buttons (10) power selector (10a) and function and modes (10b, 10c).

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Module 1 recognizes the positions of the arm (Figures 6, 7 and 8) stretched horizontally (13) or at angles close to 90º with the hand up (15) or any other.

Module 2 is elongated and symmetrical (Figure 9) consists of three groups of LEDs (18,19,20) electroluminescent signals left (18), center (19) and right (20). twenty

Module 2 electronics (Figure 10) consists of a programmable controller (24), a rechargeable battery (25), connection for recharging (26), bluetooth communication (27) with module 1 (Figures 1 and 2) and a push button ( 28) power switch and modes.

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It responds to the module 1 readings (Figures 6, 7 and 8), consists of two sections for the direction indications (18, 29, 20 and 31) with orange LEDs (21) and a section for the position indication (19 and 30) with red LEDs (22).

Turn on the electroluminescent elements (18, 29, 19, 30, 20 and 31) when: 30

Left indication (Figure 6) module 1 recognizes the stretched arm (13) turns on the left section (14, 18 and 29).

Right indication (Figure 7) module 1 recognizes the angled arm (15) turns on the right section (16, 20 and 31).

Position indication (Figure 8) module 1 recognizes the arm in other positions (Figure 8) turns on the central section (17,19 and 30).

Claims (9)

  1. 1. Luminous position and indication device characterized by two independent programmable modules applicable but not linked to people, cycles, garments, textile objects and accessories, intended for the translation of gestures to light signals by means of LEDs. These modules communicate wirelessly via bluetooth, this device is mainly intended to improve the visibility by third parties of individuals or groups that circulate by bicycle.
  2. 2. According to claim 1. This device is characterized by recognizing the positions of the left wrist by means of the module 1. It recognizes the positions of the stretched arm 10 horizontally, at angles close to 90 ° with the hand up or any other and communicates it via bluetooth
  3. 3. According to claim 1. This device is characterized by emitting light signals by means of three groups of LEDs housed in module 2, left indication, right indication and position.
  4. 4. According to claim 1. This device is characterized by not needing mechanical controls or pushbuttons to activate the light signals.
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  5. 5. According to claim 1. This device is characterized by being applicable to garments, vehicles or textile objects and accessories, but is not linked or attached to them. The same device can be installed in different garments, vehicles or textile objects and accessories.
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  6. 6. According to claim 1. This device is characterized by comprising two programmable modules that have a separate controller each.
  7. 7. According to claim 2. Module 1 emitter-position reader characterized by:
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    - Its installation on the wrist.
    - Recognize wrist movements using an accelerometer / gyroscope sensor.
    - It has an independent controller and power supply. 35
    - It is able to communicate via bluetooth.
    - It is powered by rechargeable battery.
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  8. 8. According to claim 3. Light receiver-emitter characterized by:
    - Its versatile installation in different garments, vehicles or textile objects and accessories.
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    - It emits light signals of three types by means of electroluminescent elements, orange left indication, orange right indication and red position.
    - It has an independent controller and power supply.
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    - It is able to communicate via bluetooth.
  9. 9. According to claim 3. The electroluminescent elements are activated when:
    - Left indication, module 1 recognizes the arm stretched horizontally and module 5 turns on the left section.
    - Right indication, module 1 recognizes the arm at right and vertical angles and module 2 turns on the right section.
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    - Position indication, module 1 recognizes the arm in other positions and module 2 turns on the central section.
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