JP2001055000A - Virtual image appearing decorative body - Google Patents

Virtual image appearing decorative body

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JP2001055000A
JP2001055000A JP2000118003A JP2000118003A JP2001055000A JP 2001055000 A JP2001055000 A JP 2001055000A JP 2000118003 A JP2000118003 A JP 2000118003A JP 2000118003 A JP2000118003 A JP 2000118003A JP 2001055000 A JP2001055000 A JP 2001055000A
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Yasuo Fuwa
Hironobu Matsumoto
Tadashi Shiraishi
康雄 不破
浩伸 松本
正 白石
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Yamatsukusu Kk
ヤマックス株式会社
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PROBLEM TO BE SOLVED: To provide a virtual image appearing decorative body which makes an expanded virtual image of the same shape with that of a picture element appear above or below a plane-convex lens-shaped light collecting element layer. SOLUTION: A plane-convex lens-shaped light condensing element layer in which numbers of plane-convex lens-shaped light collecting elements 9 of the same shape and size are arranged horizontally and a picture element layer 14 in which numbers of picture elements 10 of the same shape and size with a transparent substrate layer 13 are arranged horizontally are provided. At least one set of the elements 9 and the elements 10 are laid to completely overlap each other vertically. The light condensing element layer and the layer 14 are arranged so that other picture elements 10 separated at equal distance from overlapping elements 10 are dislocated in the same width toward the outside (or inside) radially around the overlapping picture elements to the elements 9 facing the other picture elements 10 to increase the dislocation width of the picture elements from the center toward the outside so that an expanded virtual image of the same shape with the shape of the picture elements 10 is made to appear above or below the light condensing layer 11.

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DETAILED DESCRIPTION OF THE INVENTION

[0001]

BACKGROUND OF THE INVENTION 1. Field of the Invention The present invention relates to a virtual image appearance decorative body which makes a virtual image appear above or below a transparent substrate by using an optical illusion.

[0002]

2. Description of the Related Art Japanese Patent Laid-Open Publication No. Hei 10-35083 discloses that a hemispherical or arc-shaped plano-convex lens-shaped concentrator is printed on the surface of a transparent substrate in a regular state at a constant fine pitch, and on the back surface of the transparent substrate. Pixels in the same arrangement state or different arrangement in the same shape as the plano-convex lenticular element are printed with the crossing angle shifted with respect to the plano-convex lenticular element on the surface, or with the transparent substrate. Dot drawing using the moiré phenomenon, in which colored pixels of the same shape or different shape and the same shape as the plano-convex lens-shaped concentrator are printed on a separate substrate, and the substrates are stuck at different crossing angles. A decorative pattern is disclosed.

[0003]

The above-mentioned conventional decorative body having a dot-drawing pattern is for displaying an enlarged image causing a moire phenomenon in a transparent substrate including a flat surface.

The present inventors have developed various sample decorations in order to investigate the causal relationship between the positional relationship between the plano-convex lenticular concentrator and the pixels and the enlarged image of the appearing pixels in order to develop a new decorative body. When a large number of bodies were created and tested, a large number of sample decorations were created, and a virtual image of an enlarged pixel appeared in front of (above) the transparent substrate and the back of the transparent substrate (below) It was discovered by accident that a decoration that appeared to sink in was included.

The following phenomena were confirmed as a result of examining the difference between the conventional decorative body and the sample decorative body obtained this time.

That is, FIG. 15 is a view for explaining an enlarged image of a pixel in which a moiré phenomenon occurs in a conventional decorative body. FIG. 15A is a side view showing the decorative body viewed from above. FIG. 15B is a plan view of the decorative body, and FIG. 16 is a view for explaining the movement of an image when the conventional decorative body shown in FIG.
FIG. 6A shows an image when viewed with the left eye, and FIG.
(B) shows an image when viewed with the right eye. In the conventional decorative body 21, as shown in FIG. 15A, an enlarged image 22 causing a moire phenomenon was seen in the transparent substrate.
When the decorative body 21 was viewed from above with each eye fixed with the position of the eyes fixed, an image 24 viewed when viewed with the left eye 23
It was confirmed that (see (a) of FIG. 16) was shifted downward (see (b) of FIG. 16) or upward when viewed with the right eye 25. In addition, it was confirmed that the same phenomenon occurs even when the image is first viewed with the right eye 25.

FIG. 1 is a diagram for explaining a virtual image of an enlarged pixel floating in front of a transparent substrate in a sample decoration, and FIG. 1A is a view of the sample decoration viewed from above. The illustrated side view, FIG. 1B is a plan view of the sample decorative body. FIG. 2 is a plan view illustrating the movement of an image when the enlarged virtual image shown in FIG. 1 is viewed with the left eye and then viewed with the right eye, and FIG. 2A is an image when viewed with the left eye. 2B shows an image when viewed with the right eye. FIG. 3 is a plan view for explaining the movement of the image when the virtual image of the enlarged pixel shown in FIG. 1 is viewed with the right eye and then with the left eye, and FIG.
Indicates an image when viewed with the right eye, and FIG. 3B illustrates an image when viewed with the left eye. FIG. 4 is a view for explaining a virtual image of an enlarged pixel which is seen to sink into the back of the transparent substrate in the sample decoration, and FIG. 4 (a) shows the sample decoration viewed from above. FIG. 4B is a plan view of the sample decorative body. FIG. 5 is a plan view for explaining the movement of an image when the enlarged virtual image shown in FIG. 4 is viewed with the left eye and then viewed with the right eye, and FIG. 5A is an image when viewed with the left eye. 5B shows an image when viewed with the right eye.
FIG. 6 is a plan view illustrating the movement of an image when the virtual image of the enlarged pixel shown in FIG. 4 is viewed with the right eye and then viewed with the left eye. FIG. 6A illustrates the case where the virtual image is viewed with the right eye. 6B shows an image when viewed with the left eye.

As shown in FIG. 1A, in a sample decoration 2 in which a virtual image 1 of an enlarged pixel appears to be floating, the decoration 2 is viewed from above with each eye fixed. However, the image 3 seen when viewed with the left eye 23
It was confirmed that (see (a) in FIG. 2) shifted to the left (see (b) in FIG. 2) when viewed with the right eye 25. Also,
Image 4 (see (a) of FIG. 3) which was seen when the right eye 25
(See FIG. 3 (b)) when viewed with the left eye 23.

Further, as shown in FIG. 4A, in a sample decorative body 6 in which a virtual image 5 of an enlarged pixel appears to sink, the position of the eyes is fixed, and the decorative body 6 is placed one eye at a time. When visually observed, it was confirmed that the image 7 (see (a) in FIG. 5) viewed when viewed with the left eye 23 shifted rightward (see (b) in FIG. 5) when viewed with the right eye 25. In addition, the image 8 (see FIG. 6A) seen when viewed with the right eye 25 moves leftward when viewed with the left eye 23 (see FIG. 6).
(B)).

The inventors of the present invention have found that, in the conventional decorative body 21 which causes the moire phenomenon from the above phenomena, the image is shifted in the vertical direction, whereas in the sample decorative bodies 2 and 6, the image is shifted in the horizontal direction. It has been found that the difference in the phenomenon between the conventional decorative body 21 and the sample decorative bodies 2 and 6 is due to the shift of the image in the vertical direction and the shift in the horizontal direction.

In the sample decoration 2 in which the virtual image 1 of the enlarged pixel appears to be floating, the visual shift shifts from left eye to right eye, shifts to the left, and changes from right eye to left eye shifts to the right. In the sample decorative body 6 in which the virtual image 5 of the enlarged pixel appears to sink, the visual shift is shifted to the right when the viewing is changed from the left eye to the right eye, and to the left when the visual is changed from the right eye to the left eye. The direction of deviation was opposite.
Thus, the difference between the sample decorative body 2 and the sample decorative body 6 is that the image is shifted in the opposite direction to the visual change in the sample decorative body 2, and the sample decorative body 6 is in the same direction. It was found that the image was due to the difference in displacement.

Next, the difference in the positional relationship between the plano-convex lenticular element and the pixel in the sample decoration 2 and the sample decoration 6 was examined.

FIG. 7 is a view for explaining a positional relationship between a plano-convex lens condensing element and a pixel in a sample decorative body in which a virtual image of an enlarged pixel appears to be floating, and FIG. 8 is a sample in which a virtual image of the enlarged pixel appears to sink FIG. 8 is a diagram illustrating a positional relationship between a plano-convex lenticular concentrator and a pixel in a decorative body. In a sample decorative body 2, as shown in FIG. Pixel 1 equidistant as
It was confirmed that 0 was gradually shifted radially outward with respect to the plano-convex lens-shaped condensing element 9. Further, in the sample decoration body 6, as shown in FIG.
It has been confirmed that the pixels 10 equidistant from the pixel 10 and the pixel 10 are gradually shifted radially inward with respect to the plano-convex lens-shaped concentrator 9.

The present inventors have found that through the above observation results, if the plano-convex lens-shaped concentrators and the pixels are arranged so as to have a specific positional relationship, the enlarged shape of the pixels is the same as that of the pixels. The present invention has been completed by remarkable knowledge that a virtual image can be displayed above or below a transparent substrate.

[0015]

The technical problem can be solved by the present invention as described below.

That is, the invention according to claim 1 has the same shape and shape.
A plano-convex lenticular element formed by arranging a large number of plano-convex lenticular elements of the same size vertically and horizontally, a transparent substrate layer laminated below the plano-convex lenticular element layer, and the transparent substrate A pixel layer formed by arranging a large number of pixels having the same shape and the same size vertically and horizontally stacked under the layer, and each of the plano-convex lens-shaped concentrators and each of the pixels is at least one set. Other pixels that are completely overlapped at the top and bottom and that are equidistant from the overlapping pixel are radially outward with the overlapping pixel as the center for the plano-convex lenticular concentrator corresponding to the other pixel. The plano-convex lens-shaped light-collecting element layer and the pixel layer are arranged so that they are shifted by the same width toward each other, and the width shifted from the center pixel to the outside pixel is increased. An enlarged virtual image of the same shape as the shape Wherein around the going on pixel a virtual image displaying decorative body to emerge above the plano-convex lens-like condenser arsenide layer.

According to a second aspect of the present invention, the plano-convex lens-shaped light-collecting element layer is formed on a transparent substrate by a grid formed by screen lines forming a screen body satisfying 10 ≦ line number ≦ 70 by screen printing. On one surface, a plano-convex lens-shaped concentrator is printed, and the pixel layer has a pitch of the grid in units of grids formed by gauze lines forming a gauze body having a number of lines less than that of the gauze body. The virtual image appearance decoration according to claim 1, wherein pixels are formed on the other surface of the transparent substrate at the same pitch.

According to a third aspect of the present invention, the plano-convex lens-shaped light-collecting element layer is formed on a transparent substrate by a grid formed by screen lines forming a screen body satisfying 10 ≦ line number ≦ 70 by screen printing. On one surface, a plano-convex lens-shaped concentrator is printed, and the pixel layer has a pitch of the grid in units of grids formed by gauze lines forming a gauze body having a number of lines less than that of the gauze body. 2. The virtual image appearance decorative body according to claim 1, wherein pixels are formed on the transparent film at the same pitch.

According to a fourth aspect of the present invention, at least one other pixel layer formed by arranging a large number of pixels of the same shape and the same size in a matrix in a matrix is provided below the pixel layer. At least one set of each pixel of the other pixel layer and each plano-convex lenticular concentrator completely overlaps in the upper and lower directions, and another pixel at the same distance as the overlapping pixel is the other pixel. The corresponding plano-convex lenticular element is shifted radially outward with the same width around the overlapping pixel as the center, and the width of the pixel outside the center pixel becomes larger as the pixel is shifted outward. A plano-convex lens-shaped light-collecting element layer and another pixel layer are arranged, and a shift width of the pixel formed in each pixel layer with respect to the plano-convex lens-shaped light-collecting element is different in each pixel layer. Same shape as pixel Expanding each virtual image has been is a virtual image displaying decorative body according to any one of claims 1 及至 3 to emerge in different height positions of the.

According to a fifth aspect of the present invention, at least one other pixel layer formed by arranging a large number of pixels having the same shape and the same size in the vertical and horizontal directions under the pixel layer is further stacked. At least one pair of each pixel of the other pixel layer and each plano-convex lenticular element is completely overlapped in the upper and lower areas, and another pixel at the same distance as the overlapped pixel is the other pixel. The corresponding plano-convex lens-shaped concentrator is radially shifted inward with the same width around the overlapping pixel as the center, and the width shifted from the center pixel to the outside pixel becomes larger. When a plano-convex lens-shaped light-collecting element layer and another pixel layer are arranged, and two or more other pixel layers are stacked, a plano-convex lens-shaped collection of pixels formed in each of the other pixel layers is formed. The width of deviation from the light element is the other pixel And an enlarged virtual image having the same shape as the shape of the pixel in the other pixel layer appears below the other pixel layer around the overlapping pixel. This is a virtual image appearance decoration.

According to a sixth aspect of the present invention, a plurality of types of pixels in one pixel layer having different shapes are arranged in the same pattern in a number of rows and columns, and the pixels have the same shape as the shape of each pixel. The virtual image appearance decoration according to any one of claims 1 to 5, wherein the enlarged virtual images appear in an overlapping state.

The invention according to claim 7 has the same shape and shape.
A plano-convex lenticular element formed by arranging a large number of plano-convex lenticular elements of the same size vertically and horizontally, a transparent substrate layer laminated below the plano-convex lenticular element layer, and the transparent substrate A pixel layer formed by arranging a large number of pixels having the same shape and the same size vertically and horizontally stacked under the layer, and each of the plano-convex lens-shaped concentrators and each of the pixels is at least one set. Other pixels that are completely overlapped at the top and bottom and are equidistant from the overlapped pixel radially inward with respect to the corresponding pixel and the corresponding plano-convex lenticular concentrator with the overlapped pixel as the center. The plano-convex lens-shaped light-collecting element layer and the pixel layer are arranged so that the width shifted from the center pixel to the outside is larger than the center pixel. The enlarged virtual image of the same shape as Pixel is a virtual image displaying decorative body to emerge below the pixel layer around the.

According to an eighth aspect of the present invention, the plano-convex lens-shaped light-collecting element layer is formed on a transparent substrate by a grid formed by screen lines forming a screen body satisfying 10 ≦ line number ≦ 70 by screen printing. A plano-convex lens-shaped concentrator is printed on one surface, and the pixel layer has a pitch of the squares in units of squares formed by gauze lines forming a gauze body having a close line number exceeding the number of lines of the gauze body. The virtual image appearance decorative body according to claim 7, wherein pixels are formed on the other surface of the transparent substrate at the same pitch.

According to a ninth aspect of the present invention, the plano-convex lens-shaped light-collecting element layer is formed on a transparent substrate in a unit of a grid formed by gauze lines forming a gauze body satisfying 10 ≦ line number ≦ 70 by screen printing. A plano-convex lens-shaped concentrator is printed on one surface, and the pixel layer has a pitch of the squares in units of squares formed by gauze lines forming a gauze body having a close line number exceeding the number of lines of the gauze body. 8. The virtual image appearance decorative body according to claim 7, wherein pixels are formed on the transparent film at the same pitch.

According to a tenth aspect of the present invention, at least one other pixel layer formed by arranging a large number of pixels having the same shape and the same size in the vertical and horizontal directions under the pixel layer is further stacked. At least one pair of each pixel of the other pixel layer and each plano-convex lenticular element is completely overlapped in the upper and lower areas, and another pixel at the same distance as the overlapped pixel is the other pixel. The corresponding plano-convex lens-shaped concentrator is radially shifted inward with the same width around the overlapping pixel as the center, and the width shifted from the center pixel to the outside pixel becomes larger. A plano-convex lenticular element layer and another pixel layer are arranged, and the shift width of the pixels formed in each pixel layer with respect to the plano-convex lenticular element is different in each pixel layer. Same as pixel shape of layer Expanding each virtual image has the shape is the virtual image displaying decorative body according to any one of claims 7 to 9, revealing a different depth positions.

According to the eleventh aspect of the present invention, at least one other pixel layer formed by arranging a plurality of pixels of the same shape and the same size vertically and horizontally below the pixel layer is further laminated. At least one pair of each pixel of the other pixel layer and each plano-convex lenticular element is completely overlapped in the upper and lower areas, and another pixel at the same distance as the overlapped pixel is the other pixel. The corresponding plano-convex lenticular element is shifted radially outward with the same width around the overlapping pixel as the center, and the width shifted from the center pixel to the outside pixel is increased. When a plano-convex lens-shaped light-collecting element layer and another pixel layer are arranged, and two or more other pixel layers are stacked, a plano-convex lens-shaped collection of pixels formed in each of the other pixel layers is formed. The deviation from the photo element is 10. An enlarged virtual image which is different in a layer and has the same shape as a pixel in another pixel layer appears above the plano-convex lens-shaped light-collecting element layer centering on the overlapping pixel. A virtual image appearance decorative body according to any one of the above.

According to a twelfth aspect of the present invention, a plurality of types of pixels in one pixel layer having different shapes are formed. The virtual image appearance decoration according to any one of claims 7 to 11, wherein the enlarged virtual images appear in an overlapping state.

According to a thirteenth aspect of the present invention, there is provided a plano-convex lenticular element layer formed by arranging a plurality of plano-convex lenticular concentrators having the same shape and the same size vertically and horizontally, and the plano-convex lens-shaped concentrator. A transparent substrate layer laminated under the photonic layer and pixels of the same shape and size laminated under the transparent substrate layer are arranged in the same direction in an inclined pattern in which the columns of the pixels sequentially accumulate the same inclination angle. And a plurality of pixel layers formed by being aligned vertically and horizontally so as to be inclined in line with each other, and each of the plano-convex lenticular concentrators and each of the pixels are completely overlapped at the top and bottom, and Another pixel located at a position corresponding to another plano-convex lenticular element at an equal distance on the diagonal centered on the overlapping plano-convex lenticular element is positioned relative to the other plano-convex lenticular element. A point around the overlapping plano-convex lenticular concentrator The plano-convex lens-shaped light-collecting element layer and the pixel layer are shifted laterally to the nominal position and radially shifted outward, and the width shifted by the other pixels outside the overlapping pixel is increased. The virtual image display decorative body is arranged, and a virtual image of a deformed and enlarged pixel appears above the plano-convex lens-shaped light-collecting element layer around the overlapping pixel.

According to a fourteenth aspect of the present invention, the plano-convex lens-shaped light-collecting element layer is formed on a transparent substrate by a grid formed by screen lines forming a screen body satisfying 10 ≦ line number ≦ 70 by screen printing. A plano-convex lenticular element is printed on one side, and the pixel layer is 0.001 ° ≤ 0.001 ° based on the row of pixels parallel to the row of the plano-convex lenticular element of the plano-convex lenticular element layer.
The virtual image appearance decorative body according to claim 13, wherein pixels are formed on the other surface of the transparent substrate in a tilt pattern satisfying a tilt angle ≤ 1 °.

According to a fifteenth aspect of the present invention, the plano-convex lens-shaped light-collecting element layer is formed on a transparent substrate by a grid formed by screen lines forming a grid body satisfying 10 ≦ line number ≦ 70 by screen printing. A plano-convex lenticular element is printed on one side, and the pixel layer is 0.001 ° ≤ 0.001 ° based on the row of pixels parallel to the row of the plano-convex lenticular element of the plano-convex lenticular element layer.
14. The virtual image appearance decorative body according to claim 13, wherein pixels are formed on the transparent film in a tilt pattern satisfying a tilt angle ≤ 1 °.

According to a sixteenth aspect of the present invention, there is provided a virtual image of each pixel which is formed by a plurality of types of pixels having different shapes in a pixel layer, and is formed by arranging a large number of the pixels in the same pattern in a matrix and deforming them. 14. Appears in a state in which is overlapped.
It is a virtual image appearance decorative body described in any one of the above items 15 to 15.

A seventeenth aspect of the present invention provides a plano-convex lens-shaped light-collecting element layer formed by arranging a large number of plano-convex lens-shaped light-concentrating elements having the same shape and the same size in the vertical and horizontal directions. A transparent substrate layer laminated under the photonic layer and pixels of the same shape and size laminated under the transparent substrate layer are arranged in the same direction in an inclined pattern in which the columns of the pixels sequentially accumulate the same inclination angle. And a plurality of pixel layers formed by being aligned vertically and horizontally so as to be inclined in line with each other, and each of the plano-convex lenticular concentrators and each of the pixels are completely overlapped at the top and bottom, and Another pixel located at a position corresponding to another plano-convex lenticular element at an equal distance on the diagonal centered on the overlapping plano-convex lenticular element is positioned relative to the other plano-convex lenticular element. A point around the overlapping plano-convex lenticular concentrator The plano-convex lens-shaped light-collecting element layer and the pixel layer are laterally shifted to the nominal position and radially shifted inward, and such that the width shifted by the other pixels outside the overlapping pixel is increased. The virtual image display decorative body is arranged, and a virtual image of a deformed and enlarged pixel appears below the pixel layer around the overlapping pixel.

In the invention according to claim 18, the plano-convex lens-shaped light-collecting element layer is formed on a transparent substrate by a grid formed by screen lines forming a screen body satisfying 10 ≦ line number ≦ 70 by screen printing. A plano-convex lenticular element is printed on one surface, and the pixel layer is 0.001 ° ≤ 0.001 ° based on the row of pixels parallel to the row of the plano-convex lenticular element of the plano-convex lenticular element layer.
The virtual image appearance decorative body according to claim 17, wherein pixels are formed on the other surface of the transparent substrate in a tilt pattern satisfying a tilt angle ≤ 1 °.

According to a nineteenth aspect of the present invention, the plano-convex lens-shaped light-collecting element layer is formed on a transparent substrate by a grid formed by screen lines forming a screen body satisfying 10 ≦ line number ≦ 70 by screen printing. A plano-convex lenticular element is printed on one surface, and the pixel layer is 0.001 ° ≤ 0.001 ° based on the row of pixels parallel to the row of the plano-convex lenticular element of the plano-convex lenticular element layer.
The virtual image appearance decorative body according to claim 17, wherein pixels are formed on the transparent film in a tilt pattern satisfying a tilt angle ≤ 1 °.

According to a twentieth aspect of the present invention, there is provided a virtual image of each pixel which is composed of a plurality of types of pixels having different shapes in a pixel layer, and is formed by arranging a large number of the pixels in the same pattern vertically and horizontally and deforming them. Appear in an overlapping state.
20. A virtual image appearance decorative body according to any one of claims to 19.

[0036]

Embodiments of the present invention will be described below with reference to the drawings.

Embodiment 1

FIG. 9 is a partial longitudinal sectional view schematically showing a virtual image appearing decorative body in which a virtual image of an enlarged pixel appears to be floating, in other words, a virtual image appearing above the plano-convex lens-shaped light-collecting element layer.
The plano-convex lens-shaped light-collecting element and the pixel are cut through a vertically overlapping portion. FIG. 10 is a plan view in which a virtual image formed by the plano-convex lens-shaped light condensing element and the pixel is graphically illustrated. In these figures, the same reference numerals as those in FIGS. 1 to 3 and 7 denote the same or corresponding parts. Numeral 2 denotes a virtual image appearing decorative body, and the decorative body 2 is a plano-convex lens-shaped light condensing element layer 11 in which a large number of plano-convex lens-shaped light condensing elements 9 having the same shape and the same size are arranged vertically and horizontally. And a transparent substrate layer 13 composed of a transparent substrate 12 laminated under a plano-convex lens-shaped light-collecting element layer 11, and a large number of pixels (circular pixels) 10 having the same shape and the same size are formed in a matrix. And a pixel layer 14 laminated below the transparent substrate layer 13 as shown in FIG.
0 has a set of a reference light-collecting element 9 'and a reference pixel 10' which completely overlap each other at the top and bottom, and another pixel 10 equidistant from the reference pixel 10 '
The reference pixel 1 for the plano-convex lens-shaped concentrator 9 corresponding to
The plano-convex lens-shaped light-collecting element layer 11 is shifted radially outward with the same width around 0 ′, and is shifted so as to be wider by a pixel 10 outside the reference pixel 10 ′.
And the pixel layer 14 are arranged. In FIG. 7, a dotted line A indicates a gauze line of a gauze body for screen-printing the plano-convex lens-shaped condensing element 9, and two gauze lines of a gauze body having a number of lines less than that of the gauze body This is indicated by a chain line B.

1 to 3, the eyes are fixed, and the enlarged image 3 of the pixel 10 seen when only the left eye 23 looks at the decoration 2 and the decoration 2 is seen only with the right eye 25. When the positional relationship between the pixel 10 and the enlarged image 4 is compared,
An enlarged image appears so as to be shifted so that the eyes intersect, and due to the displacement of the image, an enlarged image of the pixel 10 appears above the decorative body 2 and is shown in FIG. The circular virtual image 1 appears to float above the plano-convex lens-shaped light-collecting element layer 11 with the reference pixel 10 ′ as the center.

A plano-convex lens-shaped light-collecting element layer 11 in which a large number of plano-convex lens-shaped light-collecting elements 9 having the same shape and the same size are arranged vertically and horizontally.
Is to print one plano-convex lens in one square by using square ink A, which forms a gauze body on the surface of the transparent substrate 12 by screen printing, using a transparent ink having good thickness. Can be easily obtained.

When the plano-convex lens-shaped light-collecting element layer 11 is formed by screen printing, a gauze body satisfying 10 ≦ line number ≦ 70 may be used. It is difficult to make a plano-convex lens shape.

The transparent substrate 12 may be made of synthetic resin, and may be hard or soft. 1 mm to 5 mm thick for hard, 0.5 mm thick for soft
22 mm is suitable for handling, has wide applicability as commercial value, and is practical. Moreover, as long as it has transparency, it may be colored. Specifically, a plate made of a transparent synthetic resin such as polycarbonate, polyester, acrylic, or polyvinyl chloride or a transparent film may be used. When the thickness of the transparent substrate 12 is larger than 5.0 mm, an image appearing tends to be blurred and the color tends to be lighter.

The transparent substrate 12 is not limited to a synthetic resin and may be a glass plate.

On the back surface of the transparent resin substrate 12 on which the plano-convex lens-shaped light-condensing element layer 11 is formed, screen printing is performed by using color ink, and the grid formed by the gauze lines B forming the gauze body is used as a unit. If one pixel is printed in one cell, a pixel layer 14 in which many pixels 10 having the same shape and the same size are arranged vertically and horizontally can be easily obtained. The shape of the pixel 10 can be any shape such as a circle, a square, a star, a heart, a character, and a shadow.

In the case where the pixel layer 14 is formed by screen printing, if a gauze body having a number of lines less than the number of lines of the gauze body on which the plano-convex lens-shaped light-collecting element layer 11 is formed by screen printing is used, a plano-convex lens shape is obtained. The pixel 10 overlapping with the plano-convex lens-shaped concentrator 9 (reference concentrator 9 ') of the concentrator element layer 11
Another pixel 10 equidistant from (reference pixel 10 ′) has the same width radially outward with respect to the plano-convex lenticular concentrator 9 corresponding to the other pixel 10, centering on the reference pixel 10 ′. The plano-convex lens-shaped light-collecting element layer 11 and the pixel layer 14 are arranged such that the width of the shift and the shift of the pixel 10 outside the reference pixel 10 ′ become larger.

Specifically, for example, when a plano-convex lens-shaped concentrator 9 is printed on a surface of a resin-made transparent substrate 12 (transparent substrate layer 13) having a thickness of 1 mm using a gauze having 20 lines, The pixels 10 may be printed on the back surface of the resin transparent substrate 12 with a gauze body that satisfies 16 ≦ line number <20. A pixel layer 14 made of a gauze body that satisfies the number of lines <25, and a pixel layer 14 made of a gauze body that satisfies 24 ≦ the number of lines <30 for the plano-convex lens-shaped light-collecting element layer 11 made of a gauze body of 30 lines For the plano-convex lens-shaped light-collecting element layer 11 composed of a gauze body having 35 lines, the pixel layer 14 composed of a gauze body satisfying 28 ≦ line number <35 is used. For the layer 11, the pixel layer 14 of a gauze body satisfying 32 ≦ line number <40, and for the plane-convex lens-shaped light-collecting element layer 11 of a gauze body of 45 line numbers, 36 ≦ line number <4. The pixel layer 14 made of a gauze body satisfying 45 and the line number of the plano-convex lens-shaped light-collecting element layer 11 made of a gauze body with 50 lines satisfying 45 ≦ line number <50 The pixel layer 14 composed of a gauze body satisfying 45 ≦ line number <55 is used for the plano-convex lenticular element layer 11 composed of a gauze body of 55,
For 1, the pixel layer 14 made of a gauze body satisfying 50 ≦ line number <60 is combined with the plano-convex lenticular element layer 11 made of a gauze body having 65 line numbers.
Pixel layer 1 with gauze that satisfies 55 ≦ line number <65
4 and the pixel layer 14 made of a gauze body that satisfies 60 ≦ line number <70 for the plano-convex lens-shaped light-collecting element layer 11 made of a gauze body with 70 lines.

Further, for example, when a plano-convex lens-shaped condensing element 9 is printed on a surface of a resin-made transparent substrate 12 (transparent substrate layer 13) having a thickness of 3 mm with a gauze having a line number of 15, the resin-made transparent On the back surface of the substrate 12, the pixels 10
Can be printed, and for the plano-convex lens-shaped light-collecting element layer 11 composed of a gauze body having 20 lines, a pixel layer 14 composed of a gauze body satisfying 15 ≦ line number <20 is replaced with a flat layer composed of a gauze body having 25 lines. For the convex lens-shaped light-collecting element layer 11, the pixel layer 14 made of a gauze body satisfying 18 ≦ line number <25, and for the plano-convex lens-shaped light-collecting element layer 11 made of a gauze body having 30 lines, 23 ≦ line A pixel layer 14 made of a gauze body that satisfies the number <30, and a pixel layer 14 made of a gauze body that satisfies 28 ≦ line number <35 for the plano-convex lens-shaped light-collecting element layer 11 made of a gauze body with a line number of 35, Plano-convex lens-shaped light-collecting element layer 1 made of gauze body with 40 lines
For 1, the pixel layer 14 made of a gauze body satisfying 30 ≦ line number <40 is combined with the plano-convex lens-shaped light-collecting element layer 11 made of a gauze body having 45 line numbers.
Pixel layer 1 with gauze body satisfying 40 ≦ line number <45
4 and the pixel layer 14 of a gauze body that satisfies 45 ≦ line number <50 for the plano-convex lens-shaped light-collecting element layer 11 of a gauze body with 50 lines.

Next, for example, if a transparent substrate 12 made of a soft resin having a thickness of 0.5 mm is used, the plano-convex lens-shaped condensing element 9 has a line number of 70 mm.
Pixel 10 is 45 ≦ number of lines <70
When a transparent substrate 12 made of a soft resin having a thickness of 1 mm is used, when the plano-convex lens-shaped condensing element 9 is printed using a gauze body having a line number of 35, the pixel 10 has 26 pixels. It is sufficient to print on a gauze body with ≦ line number <35. If a hard resin transparent substrate 12 having a thickness of 1.0 mm is used, when the plano-convex lens-shaped condensing element 9 is printed on a gauze body with 45 line numbers, The pixel 10 may be printed with a gauze having a line number of 34 ≦ line number <45. If a transparent substrate 12 made of a hard resin having a thickness of 2.0 mm is used, the plano-convex lens-shaped concentrator 9 may be printed with a gauze body having a line number of 30. , The pixels 10 may be printed with a gauze body having 24 ≦ line number <30. If a hard resin transparent substrate 12 having a thickness of 3.0 mm is used, the plano-convex lens-shaped condensing element 9 can be used. In the case of printing with a gauze body having 25 lines, the pixels 10 may be printed on a gauze body with 19 ≦ line number <25, and when a hard resin transparent substrate 12 having a thickness of 5.0 mm is used, a plano-convex lens is used. Condition If the Hikarimoto 9 was printed by Shatai line number 10, the pixel 10 may be printed at the 8 ≦ ruling <10 Shatai.

In the case where a relatively thin (1 mm thick) resin transparent substrate 12 is used, for example, the number of lines is a multiple of 20 with respect to the plano-convex lens-shaped light-collecting element layer 11 composed of a 20-line gauze body. If the pixel layer 14 is formed of a gauze body that does not include 40 and satisfies 38 ≦ line number <40, an enlarged virtual image 1 appears. The pixel layer 14 made of a gauze body that satisfies 45 ≦ line number <50 also appears for the elementary layer 11, and 55 ≦ line number <for the plano-convex lens-shaped light-collecting element layer 11 made of a gauze body having 30 lines. The pixel layer 14 made of a gauze body satisfying 60 also appears. It is also relatively thick (thickness 3
mm) In the case where the resin transparent substrate 12 is used, for example, for the plano-convex lens-shaped light-collecting element layer 11 composed of a gauze body having 10 lines, 18 ≦ the line number < Forming the pixel layer 14 with a gauze body that satisfies 20 reveals an enlarged virtual image 1. Similarly, for a plano-convex lens-shaped light-collecting element layer 11 with a gauze body with 13 lines, 23 ≦ line number <Pixel layer 14 with gauze body that satisfies <26>
But it appears. This is because a phenomenon occurs in which the pixels 10 equidistant from the reference pixel 10 ′ are shifted with respect to the plano-convex lenticular element 9.

It should be noted that the pixel 10 gradually shifts radially outward with respect to the plano-convex lens-shaped condensing element 9, so that a fixed condensing element 9 ′ and a reference pixel 10 ′ are formed at regular intervals. The pixel 10 and the plano-convex lens-shaped concentrator 9 overlap again, and the virtual image 1 is formed around the overlapped pixel 10 (reference pixel 10 ′) and the plano-convex lens-shaped concentrator 9 (reference concentrator 9 ′). However, the adjacent virtual images 1 do not overlap with each other.

Further, the size of the virtual image 1 is determined by the difference between the number of lines of the gauze used for printing the plano-convex lens-shaped condensing element 9 and the number of lines of the gauze used for printing the pixels 10 and the size of the pixel 10 Although it is determined by various conditions, such as at least, if the difference between the number of lines in the plano-convex lens-shaped concentrator 9 and the number of lines in the pixel 10 is reduced, the virtual image 1 increases, and if the difference is increased,
The virtual image becomes smaller.

Embodiment 2

FIG. 11 is a partial vertical sectional view schematically showing a virtual image appearing decorative body in which a virtual image of an enlarged pixel appears floating, in other words, a virtual image appearing above the plano-convex lens-shaped light-collecting element layer. The plano-convex lens-shaped light-collecting element and the pixel are cut through a vertically overlapping portion. FIG. 12 is a plan view in which a virtual image formed by a plano-convex lens-shaped light-collecting element and a pixel is formed as a figure, and the same reference numerals as those in FIGS. 1 to 3, 7, 9, and 10 denote the same or corresponding parts. In the virtual image appearance decorative body 2 in the present embodiment, the plano-convex lens-shaped concentrator 9 is formed by printing the plano-convex lens-shaped concentrator 9 on the surface of the transparent substrate 12 by screen printing in the same manner as in the first embodiment. The pitch of the squares is defined as a unit formed by gauze lines forming a gauze body having a number of lines less than that of the gauze body on which the plano-convex lens-shaped light-collecting element layer 11 is formed on the transparent film 15. A square pixel 10 is formed at the same pitch to form a pixel layer 1
The pixel layer 14 (the transparent film 15 on which the pixels 10 are formed) is provided on one surface of the transparent substrate 12 on which the plano-convex lens-shaped light-collecting element layer 11 is not formed. Laminated so as to have a set consisting of a reference condensing element 9 ′ and a reference pixel 10 ′ completely overlapping in the upper and lower directions,
Another pixel 10 equidistant from the reference pixel 10 'is shifted radially outward with the same width from the plano-convex lenticular concentrator 9 corresponding to the other pixel 10 around the reference pixel 10'. Pixel 10 outside the reference pixel 10 '
The layers are stacked so that the width of the shift is large.

The pitch of a cell refers to the distance from an arbitrary position in the cell formed by the two-dot chain line B shown in FIG.

In the present embodiment, an enlarged square virtual image 1 shown in FIG. 12 having the same shape as the shape of the pixel 10 shown in FIG.
It appears to float above 1.

Note that the pixel layer 14 in the present embodiment is
May be a film in which pixels are formed by photoengraving, or a film obtained by drawing pixels, performing digital processing, and then transferring the film to a film. In addition, it is not limited to photolithography but may be obtained by screen printing, or may be obtained by offset printing or letterpress printing.

Embodiment 3

FIG. 13 is a partial longitudinal sectional view schematically showing a virtual image appearing decorative body in which a virtual image of an enlarged pixel appears to sink, in other words, a virtual image appearing below a plano-convex lenticular element layer. The plano-convex lens-shaped light-collecting element is cut through a portion where the pixel vertically overlaps. FIG. 14 is a plan view in which a virtual image formed by a plano-convex lens-shaped light-collecting element and a pixel is graphically illustrated. In these figures, the same reference numerals as those in FIGS. 4 to 6 and 8 denote the same or corresponding parts. Reference numeral 6 denotes a virtual image appearing decorative body, and the decorative body 6 is a plano-convex lens-shaped light condensing element layer 11 in which a large number of plano-convex lens-shaped light condensing elements 9 having the same shape and the same size are arranged in a matrix. And a transparent substrate layer 13 composed of a transparent substrate 12 laminated under a plano-convex lens-shaped light-collecting element layer 11, and a large number of pixels (circular pixels) 10 having the same shape and the same size are formed in a matrix. And a pixel layer 14 laminated under the transparent substrate layer 13 as shown in FIG.
0 has a set of a reference light-collecting element 9 'and a reference pixel 10' which completely overlap each other at the top and bottom, and another pixel 10 equidistant from the reference pixel 10 '
The reference pixel 1 for the plano-convex lens-shaped concentrator 9 corresponding to
The plano-convex lens-shaped light-collecting element layer 11 and the pixel layer 14 are arranged such that the width is shifted radially inward from the center of 0 'with the same width, and the width shifted by the pixel 10 outside the reference pixel 10' is larger. Have been. In FIG. 8, a dotted line A indicates a gauze line of a gauze body for screen-printing the plano-convex lens-shaped condensing element 9, and two gauze lines of a gauze body having a close line number exceeding the number of lines of the gauze body. This is indicated by a chain line B.

[0059] The virtual image appearance decorative body 6 in the present embodiment.
A transparent film 15 obtained by transferring a digitally processed circular pixel 10 to a film is formed on a rear surface of a transparent substrate 12 on which a plano-convex lens-shaped concentrator 9 is printed by screen printing. 'Are bonded together.

4 to 6, the eyes are fixed, and the enlarged image 7 of the pixel 10 seen when the decorative body 6 is viewed only by the left eye 23 and the decorative body 6 is seen only by the right eye 25. When the positional relationship between the pixel 10 and the enlarged image 8 is compared,
The enlarged image is shifted so that the eyes do not cross,
Due to this image shift, the enlarged image of the pixel 10 is
, The enlarged virtual image 5 shown in FIG. 14 and having the same shape as the shape of the pixel 10 shown in FIG.
It appears to sink below the plano-convex lens-shaped light-collecting element layer 11.

The plano-convex lens-shaped light-collecting element layer 11 is the same as that of the first embodiment.
In the case where the pixel layer 14 is formed, a gauze body having a line number exceeding the number of lines of the gauze body on which the plano-convex lens-shaped condensing element layer 11 is formed by screen printing may be used. A transparent film 15 in which the pixels 10 are formed so as to have the same pitch as the pitch of the grid in units of grids formed by the gauze lines to be formed is formed, and a pixel layer 14 is formed.
The other pixels 10 equidistant from the pixel 10 (the reference pixel 10 ') overlapping the plano-convex lens-like light collector 9 (the reference light collector 9') of the plano-convex lens-like light collector element layer 11 are the other. Pixel 1 of
A reference pixel 1 for a plano-convex lenticular element 9 corresponding to 0
The plano-convex lens-shaped light-collecting element layer 11 and the pixel layer 1 are shifted radially inward from the center 0 'at the same width, and the width shifted by the pixel 10 outside the reference pixel 10' is increased.
And 4 are arranged.

As the transparent substrate 12, the same one as in the first embodiment may be used.

More specifically, for example, when the plano-convex lens-shaped condensing element 9 is printed on the surface of a resin-made transparent substrate 12 (transparent substrate layer 13) having a thickness of 1 mm with a gauze having 13 lines, A transparent film 15 (pixel layer 14) on which the pixels 10 are formed in a gauze body satisfying 15 ≦ line number ≦ 17 may be formed. The pixel layer 14 in the gauze body satisfying 17 ≦ line number ≦ 19 is used as the pixel layer in the gauze body satisfying 20 <line number ≦ 26 for the plano-convex lens-shaped light-collecting element layer 11 made of the gauze body with 20 line numbers 14 is used as the plano-convex lens-shaped light-collecting element layer 11 made of a gauze body having 25 lines. The pixel layer 14 of the gauze body satisfying 30 <number of lines ≦ 38 is used for the photoelement layer 11, and a plano-convex lens-shaped condensing element of a gauze body with 35 lines is used. For the layer 11, the pixel layer 14 in the gauze body satisfying 35 <line number ≦ 40, and for the plano-convex lens-shaped light-collecting element layer 11 made of the gauze body with 40 line lines, 40 <line number ≦ 45. The pixel layer 14 of the gauze body having the number of lines 50 is replaced with the pixel layer 14 of the gauze body satisfying 45 <number of lines ≦ 50 for the plano-convex lens-shaped light-collecting element layer 11 having the number of lines of 45. For the plano-convex lens-shaped light-collecting element layer 11 composed of a body, the pixel layer 14 in a gauze body satisfying 50 <number of lines ≦ 55 is used. The pixel layer 14 in the gauze body satisfying 55 <number of lines ≦ 65, and the pixel layer in the gauze body satisfying 60 <line number ≦ 70 for the plano-convex lens-shaped light-collecting element layer 11 made of the gauze body of 60 lines. 14 and
For the plano-convex lens-shaped light-collecting element layer 11 composed of a gauze body having a line number of 65, the pixel layer 14 of a gauze body satisfying 65 <line number ≦ 70 may be formed.

For example, when a plano-convex lens-shaped condensing element 9 is printed on a surface of a resin-made transparent substrate 12 (transparent substrate layer 13) having a thickness of 3 mm with a gauze having 10 lines, 10 <line A transparent film 15 (pixel layer 14) on which the pixels 10 are formed in a gauze body satisfying the number ≦ 14 may be prepared. For the plano-convex lens-shaped light-collecting element layer 11 made of a gauze body with 13 lines, 13 <line Number ≦ 17
The pixel layer 14 in the gauze body that satisfies the following condition is 15 <line number ≦ 20 for the plano-convex lens-shaped light-collecting element layer 11 made of the gauze body with 15 lines.
The pixel layer 14 of the gauze body that satisfies the following condition is 25 <number of lines ≦ 32 for the plano-convex lens-shaped light-collecting element layer 11 of the gauze body of 25 lines.
The pixel layer 14 of the gauze body that satisfies the following condition is used.
The pixel layer 14 of the gauze body satisfying the condition is 35 <line number ≦ 40 for the plano-convex lens-shaped light-collecting element layer 11 of the gauze body of 35 lines.
The pixel layer 14 of the gauze body that satisfies the condition is 40 <line number ≦ 45 for the plano-convex lens-shaped light-collecting element layer 11 of the gauze body of 40 lines.
The pixel layer 14 in the gauze body that satisfies the following condition is 45 <line number ≦ 50 for the plano-convex lens-shaped light-collecting element layer 11 made of the gauze body with 45 lines.
The pixel layer 14 in the gauze body that satisfies
50 <for the plano-convex lens-shaped light-collecting element layer 11 made of
What is necessary is just to form the pixel layer 14 in the gauze body satisfying the number of lines ≦ 55.

Next, if a soft resin transparent substrate 12 having a thickness of 0.5 mm is used, for example,
When printing with a gauze body, the pixel 10 is 70 <number of lines ≦ 11
5 may be used. If a transparent substrate 12 made of a soft resin having a thickness of 1 mm is used, when the plano-convex lens-shaped condensing element 9 is printed on a 35-line gauze body, the pixel 10 becomes The arrangement may be made in a gauze body with 35 <line number ≦ 43, and when a hard resin transparent substrate 12 having a thickness of 1.0 mm is used, the plano-convex lens-shaped condensing element 9 is printed on a gauze body with 45 line numbers. The pixel 10
What is necessary is just to arrange in the gauze body of 45 <number of lines ≦ 60, thickness 2.
When a hard-resin transparent substrate 12 of 0 mm is used, when the plano-convex lens-shaped condensing element 9 is printed on a gauze body of 30 lines, the pixels 10 are arranged in a gauze body of 30 <line number ≦ 38. All right,
When a hard resin transparent substrate 12 having a thickness of 3.0 mm is used, when the plano-convex lens-shaped condensing element 9 is printed on a gauze body having 25 lines, the pixel 10 has a size of 25 <line number ≦ 31. When a hard resin transparent substrate 12 having a thickness of 5.0 mm is used, when the plano-convex lens-shaped condensing element 9 is printed on a gauze body having 10 lines, the pixel 10 has 10 <line number. What is necessary is just to arrange in the gauze body of ≦ 35.

In the case where a relatively thin (1 mm thick) resin transparent substrate 12 is used, for example, the number of lines is a multiple of 20 with respect to the plano-convex lens-shaped light-collecting element layer 11 composed of a 20-line gauze body. Forming the pixel layer 14 in a gauze body that does not include 40 and satisfies 40 <number of lines ≦ 45, an enlarged virtual image 5 can be obtained. The pixel layer 14 of a gauze body satisfying 50 <number of lines ≦ 55 for the elementary layer 11 is also obtained. It can also be obtained with the pixel layer 14 in a gauze body satisfying 65. In the case where a relatively thick (thickness: 3 mm) resin transparent substrate 12 is used, for example, the number of lines is a multiple of 10 with respect to the plano-convex lens-shaped light-collecting element layer 11 composed of 10 lines. If the pixel layer 14 in a gauze body that satisfies 20 <number of lines ≦ 25 does not include an image, an enlarged virtual image 5 can be obtained. For <26 lines <
It can also be obtained with the pixel layer 14 in a gauze body that satisfies the pixel body 14 that satisfies 32. This is the reference pixel 1
The pixel 10 equidistant from 0 'is a plano-convex lens-shaped concentrator 9.
This is because a phenomenon occurs in which every other shift occurs.

Further, the pixel 10 gradually shifts radially inward with respect to the plano-convex lens-shaped condensing element 9, so that the pixel 10 is separated from the set of the reference condensing element 9 ′ and the reference pixel 10 ′ at regular intervals. The pixel 10 and the plano-convex lens-shaped concentrator 9 overlap again, and the virtual image 5 is formed around the overlapped pixel 10 (reference pixel 10 ′) and the plano-convex lens-shaped concentrator 9 (reference concentrator 9 ′). However, the adjacent virtual images 5 do not overlap each other.

Embodiment 4

FIGS. 17 and 18 are plan views of a pixel layer in which a large number of two types of pixels having different shapes are arranged in rows and columns, and FIG. 19 shows enlarged virtual images of the two types of pixels. FIGS. 20 and 21 are views for explaining the positional relationship between a plano-convex lenticular concentrator and two types of pixels in a virtual image appearing decorative body that appears to sink in a state. FIGS. FIGS. 4 to 6, 8, and 1 are plan views in which a virtual image formed by the steps of FIGS.
3 and FIG. 14 indicate the same or corresponding parts.

The virtual image appearance decorative body 6 in the present embodiment.
13, a plano-convex lenticular element 9 is printed on the surface of a transparent substrate 12 shown in FIG. 13 by screen printing in the same manner as in the third embodiment to form a plano-convex lenticular element layer 11, and a transparent film shown in FIG. In FIG. 17, the pitch of the squares is defined by the squares formed by the gauze lines forming the gauze body having a close number of lines exceeding the number of gauze bodies on which the plano-convex lens-shaped light-collecting element layer 11 is formed as shown in FIG. A circular pixel 10a at the same pitch and a smiling pixel 10b that fits in the circle of the pixel 10a
19 are formed in a pattern that is alternately arranged vertically and horizontally in the vertical and horizontal directions to form a pixel layer 14. On one surface of the transparent substrate 12 on which the plano-convex lens-shaped concentrator 9 is not formed, FIG.
As shown in FIG. 2, the pixel layer 14 is laminated so as to have a set of a reference concentrator 9 'and a reference pixel 10a' in which the plano-convex lens-shaped concentrator 9 and the pixel 10a completely overlap vertically. Another pixel 1 equidistant from '
0a and 10b are shifted radially inward from the plano-convex lenticular concentrator 9 corresponding to the other pixels 10a and 10b with the same width around the reference pixel 10a ', and the reference pixel 10a'. The pixels are stacked so that the shift width becomes larger as the outer pixels 10a and 10b are shifted.

When the plano-convex lenticular element layer 11 and the pixel layer 14 are stacked in this manner, the pixel 10b next to the reference pixel 10a 'is connected to the plano-convex lenticular element 9 corresponding to the adjacent pixel 10b. The other pixel 10b which is not completely overlapped in the upper and lower directions but is equidistant from the adjacent pixel 10b is positioned around the adjacent pixel 10b with respect to the plano-convex lenticular concentrator 9 corresponding to the other pixel 10b. It will gradually shift radially inward.

Therefore, an enlarged virtual image 5a having the same shape as the circular pixel 10a appears around the reference pixel 10a ', and the smiling pixel 1 appears around the adjacent pixel 10b.
Since an enlarged virtual image 5b having the same shape as that of 0b appears,
As shown in FIG. 20, a virtual image 26 in a state where an enlarged virtual image 5a having the same shape as the circular pixel 10a and an enlarged virtual image 5b having the same shape as the smiling pixel 10b are overlapped with each other is a plano-convex lens-shaped light-collecting element layer. It appears to sink below 11. In addition, since the pixel 10a and the plano-convex lens-shaped concentrator 9 again overlap at regular intervals from the set of the reference concentrator 9 'and the reference pixel 10a', the virtual images 26 appear vertically and horizontally. .

The two types of pixels, that is, the circular pixel 10a and the smiling pixel 10b, are arranged in the same pattern in a large number of rows and columns. Looking at one of the circular pixel 10a and the smiling pixel 10b, many pixels having the same shape and the same size are arranged vertically and horizontally.

Further, only the smile pixel 10b in the pixel layer 14 shown in FIG. 17 is a pixel layer composed of the smile pixel 10b rotated in one direction by 45 degrees and the circular pixel 10a. As the direction of 10b returns,
If the pixel layer is rotated by 45 degrees in the other direction and bonded to the plano-convex lens-shaped light-collecting element layer 11, the circular pixel 10a and the smiling pixel 10b in the pixel layer of the virtual image appearance decoration 6 are As shown in FIG. 18, the positional relationship is alternately aligned on diagonal lines intersecting at right angles. In the virtual image appearing decorative body 6, as shown in FIG.
0a and an enlarged virtual image 5a having the same shape as the pixel 10a
The virtual image 26 in which the b and the enlarged virtual image 5b having the same shape overlap is seen to sink below the plano-convex lens-shaped light-collecting element layer 11. In addition, the virtual images 26 appear vertically on diagonal lines crossing at right angles.

Embodiment 5 FIG.

FIGS. 22 and 23 are plan views of a pixel layer in which a large number of two types of pixels having different shapes are arranged vertically and horizontally, and FIG. 24 is an enlarged virtual image of the two types of pixels. It is a figure explaining the positional relationship of the plano-convex lenticular condensing element and two types of pixels in the virtual image appearance decoration body which looks sinking in a state, and in these figures, FIGS. 4-6, FIG. 8, FIG.
3, FIG. 14 and FIGS. 17 to 21 denote the same or corresponding parts.

[0077] The virtual image appearance decorative body 6 in the present embodiment.
13, a plano-convex lenticular element 9 is printed on the surface of a transparent substrate 12 shown in FIG. 13 by screen printing in the same manner as in the third embodiment to form a plano-convex lenticular element layer 11, and a transparent film shown in FIG. In FIG. 15, the pitch of the squares is defined by a grid formed by a gauze line forming a gauze body having a close line number exceeding the number of gauze bodies on which the plano-convex lens-shaped light-collecting element layer 11 is formed as shown in FIG. A circular pixel 10a at the same pitch and a smiling pixel 10b of a size that fits in the circle of the pixel 10a
Are alternately arranged in the horizontal direction, and are formed in the same pattern in the vertical direction so as to be aligned vertically and horizontally.
4, the pixel layer 1 is formed on one surface of the transparent substrate 12 on which the plano-convex lens-shaped condensing element 9 is not formed, as shown in FIG.
4 so as to have a set of a reference concentrator 9 'and a reference pixel 10a' in which the plano-convex lens-shaped concentrator 9 and the pixel 10a completely overlap each other in the upper and lower directions, and the reference pixel 10a '
The other pixels 10a and 10b equidistant from the other pixel 1
The pixels 10a and 10b which are radially shifted inward from the plano-convex lenticular condensing element 9 corresponding to 0a and 10b toward the inside centering on the reference pixel 10a ', and which are more outward than the reference pixel 10a'. The layers are stacked so that the shift width is large.

The pixel layer 14 is composed of two types of pixels, a circular pixel 10a and a smiling pixel 10b, and the two types of pixels are arranged in the same pattern in many rows and columns. Looking at one of the circular pixel 10a and the smiling pixel 10b, many pixels having the same shape and the same size are arranged vertically and horizontally.

Also in the present embodiment, as shown in FIG. 20, an enlarged virtual image 5 having the same shape as circular pixel 10a is formed.
a and an enlarged virtual image 5b of the same shape as the smiley pixel 10b
Is a plano-convex lens-shaped light-collecting element layer 1
It appears to sink below 1. In addition, since the pixel 10a and the plano-convex lens-shaped concentrator 9 again overlap at regular intervals from the set of the reference concentrator 9 'and the reference pixel 10a', the virtual image 2
6 appear side by side vertically and horizontally.

The pixel layer 14 may be formed such that the circular pixels 10a and the smiling pixels 10b are alternately arranged in the vertical direction and are arranged in the same pattern in the horizontal direction.

Further, only the smile pixel 10b in the pixel layer 14 shown in FIG. 22 is turned into a pixel layer composed of the smile pixel 10b rotated in one direction by 45 degrees and the circular pixel 10a. If the pixel layer is attached to the plano-convex lens-shaped light-collecting element layer 11 in a state where the pixel layer is rotated 45 degrees in the other direction so that the orientation of 10b returns, the circular pixel 10a in the pixel layer of the virtual image appearing decorative body 6 is obtained. And smiley pixel 1
0b, as shown in FIG. 23, has a positional relationship aligned in a pattern alternately arranged in the vertical and horizontal directions. In the virtual image appearing decorative body 6, the enlarged virtual image 5a having the same shape as the circular pixel 10a is formed. The virtual image 26 in a state where the smile pixel 10b and the enlarged virtual image 5b of the same shape overlap each other is shown in FIG.
1 is a plano-convex lenticular light-collecting element layer 1 having an arrangement pattern as shown in FIG.
It appears to sink below 1.

In the fourth and fifth embodiments, the smile pixel 10b may be used as a reference pixel, and two types of pixels 1
The colors 0a and 10b may be different from each other. In addition, a gauze that forms a gauze body having a number of lines less than that of the gauze body on which the plano-convex lens-shaped light-collecting element layer 11 is formed so that the virtual image can be seen floating above the plano-convex lens-shaped light-collecting element layer 11. A large number of circular pixels 10a and smiling pixels 10b may be formed in the same pattern and arranged in rows and columns in the same pattern at the same pitch as the squares formed by lines.

Embodiment 6 FIG.

FIG. 25 is a plan view of a pixel layer in which a large number of two types of pixels having different shapes are arranged vertically and horizontally, and FIG. FIG. 4 is a plan view in which a virtual image formed by
In these drawings, the same reference numerals as those in FIGS. 4 to 6, 8, 13, and 14 and 17 to 24 indicate the same or corresponding parts.

The pixel layer 14 in the present embodiment has a structure shown in FIG.
As shown in FIG. 5, pixels 10c similar in shape to the eyes of the virtual image 27 of the smile (see FIG. 26) and pixels 10d similar in shape to the mouth of the virtual image 27 of the smile are arranged alternately vertically and horizontally. It is formed by being arranged in a pattern.

The pixel layer 14 is composed of two types of pixels, the pixel 10c and the pixel 10d. A large number of the two types of pixels are aligned in the same pattern in the vertical and horizontal directions.
Alternatively, looking at one of the pixels 10d, a large number of the pixels having the same shape and the same size are arranged vertically and horizontally.

In the present embodiment, as shown in FIG. 26, an enlarged virtual image 27a of pixel 10c and pixel 10d
Virtual image 27 in a state where the enlarged virtual image 27b of FIG.
Appear below the virtual image appearing decorative body 6.

Note that the “virtual image in an overlapped state” in the present invention includes a combined state like the virtual image 27 in the present embodiment.

Embodiment 7

FIG. 27 is a plan view of a pixel layer in which a large number of three types of pixels having different shapes are arranged in rows and columns. The present embodiment is a modification of the pixel layer in the fourth and fifth embodiments. It is formed.

The pixel layer shown in FIG. 27A is formed by alternately arranging the above three types of pixels in the horizontal direction and aligning them in the same pattern in the vertical direction. The pixel layer shown is formed by alternately forming the three types of pixels in the vertical direction and aligning them in the same pattern in the horizontal direction.
The pixel layer shown in FIG. 3 is formed by arranging the three types of pixels alternately vertically and horizontally in the same pattern. Accordingly, the pixel layer is composed of three types of pixels: the O-shaped pixels, the △ -shaped pixels, and the X-shaped pixels, and the three types of pixels are arranged in many rows and columns in the same pattern. Looking at one pixel, a large number of the pixels having the same shape and the same size are arranged vertically and horizontally.

As described above, the pixel layer composed of a plurality of types of pixels may be formed so that pixels of different types are evenly dispersed and repeated in the same pattern.

The same operation and effect as those of the fourth and fifth embodiments can be obtained by using the pixel layer in the present embodiment.

Embodiment 8 FIG.

The virtual image appearance decorative body according to the present embodiment is formed by laminating a plano-convex lens-shaped light-collecting element layer and a plurality of pixel layers, and FIG. 28 is formed by laminating two pixel layers. FIG. 4 is a partial vertical cross-sectional view schematically showing a virtual image appearance decorative body, which is cut through a portion where a plano-convex lenticular concentrator and a pixel vertically overlap each other. FIG. 29 is a diagram for explaining the vertical positional relationship of the appearing virtual images. FIG. 29A shows the virtual image appearance in which each virtual image appears to sink at different depths below the virtual image appearance decoration. FIG. 29B is a side view of the appearance decoration body, and one virtual image appears to float above the virtual image appearance decoration body, and the other virtual image appears to sink below the virtual image appearance decoration body. 29 (c) is a side view of the virtual image appearance decoration body in which each virtual image appears to be floating at a different height above the virtual image appearance decoration body, and each virtual image is indicated by a dashed line. . In these figures, the same reference numerals as those in FIGS. 1 to 14 and FIGS. 17 to 27 indicate the same or corresponding parts.

The virtual image appearance decorative body 28 shown in FIGS. 28 and 29A is composed of a plano-convex lens-shaped light-collecting element layer 29, a first pixel layer 30, and a second pixel layer 31, and has a plano-convex lens. The concentrating element layer 29 is formed by printing a plano-convex lens-shaped concentrating element 9 on the surface of the transparent substrate 12 by screen printing in squares formed by gauze lines forming a gauze body satisfying 10 ≦ line number ≦ 70. The first pixel layer 30 is formed on the first transparent film 15a by a square formed by a gauze line forming a gauze body having a close number of lines exceeding the number of gauze bodies. The first pixels 32 are formed at the same pitch, and the second pixel layer 31 is less than the number of lines of the gauze body in which the first pixels 32 are formed on the second transparent film 15b. From the number of lines exceeding the number of lines of the gauze body on which the convex lens-shaped condensing element layer 29 is formed The second pixels 33 are formed so as to have the same pitch as the pitch of the squares in units of squares formed by gauze lines forming a gauze body.

Then, on one surface of the transparent substrate 12 on which the plano-convex lens-shaped condensing element 9 is not formed, the first pixel layer 30 is completely formed by the plano-convex lens-shaped condensing element 9 and the first pixel 32 vertically. The other first pixels 32 equidistant from the reference pixel 32 ′ correspond to the other first pixels 32 so as to have a set including the overlapping reference light-collecting element 9 ′ and the reference pixel 32 ′. Reference pixel 32 ′ for plano-convex lens-shaped condensing element 9
Are radially shifted inward with the same width around the center, and are stacked so that the width shifted by the first pixel 32 outside the reference pixel 32 ′ becomes larger, and further the first pixel layer 30 The second pixel layer 31 is laminated such that the plano-convex lens-shaped concentrator 9 and the second pixel 33 have a set of a reference concentrator 9 ′ and a reference pixel 33 ′ that completely overlap vertically. Another second pixel 33 equidistant from the pixel 33 ′ is radially inward about the reference pixel 33 ′ with respect to the plano-convex lenticular concentrator 9 corresponding to the other second pixel 33. The layers are stacked so that they are shifted by the same width, and the width shifted by the second pixel 33 outside the reference pixel 33 'becomes larger.

In the virtual image appearance decoration 28, the difference between the pitch of the plano-convex lens-shaped condensing element 9 and the pitch of the second pixel 33 is the pitch of the plano-convex lens-shaped condensing element 9 and the pitch of the first pixel 32. , The second pixel 33 that overlaps the plano-convex lens-shaped concentrator 9 around the reference concentrator 9 ′ exists over a wider range than in the first pixel 32, Since an enlarged image is formed in the pixel layer 31 as compared with the case of the first pixel layer 30 and this image is visually displaced by each of the left and right eyes, as shown in FIG. An enlarged first virtual image 5a having the same shape as one pixel 32 appears below the virtual image appearing decoration 28 around the reference pixel 32 ', and has an enlarged shape having the same shape as the second pixel 33. The second virtual image 5b is centered on the reference pixel 33 '. To revealing a depth position below the 5a.

The same effect can be obtained by laminating the second pixel layer 31 on the plano-convex lenticular element layer 29 and then laminating the first pixel layer 30. .

Next, the virtual image appearance decoration body 34 shown in FIG. 29B is composed of the plano-convex lens-shaped light-collecting element layer 29, the first pixel layer 30, and the third pixel layer 35, The third pixel layer 35 has a pitch of the cells in units of cells formed by a gauze line forming a gauze body having a number of lines less than that of the gauze body having the plano-convex lens-shaped light-collecting element layer 29 formed on the transparent film. A third pixel (not shown) is formed at the same pitch as that of FIG.

Then, the first pixel layer 30 is laminated in the same manner as in the case of the virtual image appearance decoration 28, and a third pixel layer 35 is further provided on the first pixel layer 30 by the reference light collector 9 The second reference light-collecting element (not shown) slightly away from the third pixel and the third pixel are stuck so as to have a completely overlapped pair at the top and bottom, and the third pixel is referred to as a reference pixel (not shown). ). The other third pixels equidistant from the third pixel have the same width radially outward with respect to the plano-convex lenticular concentrator 9 corresponding to the other third pixels with respect to the reference pixel. The layers are stacked so as to be shifted and the width shifted by the third pixel outside the reference pixel becomes larger.

In the virtual image appearing decorative body 34, FIG.
As shown in the figure, the first virtual image 5a appears to sink downward, and is an enlarged third virtual image 1a having the same shape as the third pixel.
Appear to be floating upward in a state where they partially overlap the first virtual image 5a.

Further, the virtual image appearing decorative body 36 shown in FIG. 29C is composed of the plano-convex lens-shaped light-collecting element layer 29, the third pixel layer 35, and the fourth pixel layer 37. The fourth pixel layer 37 has a line number exceeding the number of lines of the gauze body having the third pixel layer 35 formed on the transparent film and less than the number of lines of the gauze body having the plano-convex lenticular element layer 29 formed thereon. A fourth pixel (not shown) so that the pitch formed by the gauze line forming the gauze body is the same as the pitch of the grid.
Is formed.

Then, the third pixel layer 35 is laminated in the same manner as in the case of the virtual image appearing decorative body 34, and a fourth pixel layer 37 is added to the third pixel layer 35. The third reference light-collecting element (not shown) located at a position distant from the second reference light-collecting element and the fourth pixel are stuck so as to have a completely overlapped pair at the top and bottom, and the fourth pixel The other fourth pixel equidistant from the reference pixel (not shown) is radially outward with respect to the plano-convex lenticular concentrator 9 corresponding to the other fourth pixel around the reference pixel. The layers are stacked so that they are shifted by the same width toward the same direction, and the width shifted by the fourth pixel outside the reference pixel becomes larger.

In the virtual image appearance decoration 36, the difference between the pitch of the plano-convex lenticular concentrator 9 and the pitch of the fourth pixel is smaller than the difference between the pitch of the third pixel and the third reference collection. The fourth pixel overlapping the plano-convex lenticular element 9 around the light element exists over a wider range than in the third pixel, and the fourth pixel layer 37 has a larger area than the third pixel layer 35 does. Since an enlarged image is formed, and the images are further displaced by viewing the image with the left and right eyes, the enlarged fourth image having the same shape as the fourth pixel as shown in FIG. The virtual image 1b appears to be floating at a height above the third virtual image 1a with respect to the reference pixel of the fourth pixel.

The number of pixel layers is not limited to two, but may be plural.

Further, in this embodiment, the virtual image is made to appear in a vertical positional relationship by laminating two pixel layers. However, one pixel is formed on one surface of one transparent film. Then, even if the other pixel is formed on the other surface, the virtual image can be made to appear in a vertical positional relationship.

Embodiment 9 FIG.

FIG. 30 is a diagram for explaining the arrangement of the pixels in the pixel layer according to the present embodiment. In the figure, the slanted pixel rows (shown by solid lines) indicate the cells formed by the gauze lines forming the gauze body. A row of pixels aligned vertically and horizontally at the same pitch as the pitch of the cell as a unit in the same direction in a tilt pattern that accumulates the same tilt angle θ in order from the pixel row next to the pixel row, leaving one pixel row. The pixels in the column before the inclination are indicated by a dotted line, and the row and column at the original position are indicated by a chain line. FIG. 31 is a view for explaining the positional relationship between the plano-convex lens-shaped light condensing element and the pixel in the virtual image appearing decorative body in which the virtual image of the deformed and enlarged pixel appears to be floating. Rows are indicated by dash-double-dot lines. FIG. 32 is a plan view in which a virtual image formed by the plano-convex lens-shaped condensing element and the pixel is made into a graphic. In these figures, the same reference numerals as those in FIGS. 1 to 3, FIG. 7, and FIGS. Or a corresponding part is shown.

The virtual image manifestation decorative body according to the present embodiment is formed on a transparent substrate 12 by screen printing in the same manner as in the second embodiment.
A plano-convex lens-shaped light-collecting element 9 is printed on the surface of the substrate to form a plano-convex lens-shaped light-condensing element layer 11, and as shown in FIG. A pixel arrangement in which cruciform pixels 38 are arranged vertically and horizontally at the same pitch as the pitch of the grid in units of grids formed by gauze lines forming a gauze body composed of numbers (pixel layout indicated by dotted lines in FIG. 30) With a personal computer, one pixel row (hereinafter referred to as “reference pixel row”) 39 is left using an editing processing application, and the reference pixel row 39 is left.
The pixel 38 arranged on one pixel row (hereinafter, referred to as a “fulcrum pixel row”) 41 in the above pixel arrangement is arranged in a tilt pattern in which the same tilt angle θ is accumulated in order from the pixel column 40 adjacent to the pixel row 40. The tilt angle θ 1 of the first pixel row, which is the pixel row adjacent to the reference pixel row 39, is set to θ, and the tilt angle θ 2 of the second pixel row is tilted so as to be aligned in the same direction.
Is 2θ, and thereafter, similarly, the inclination angle θ of the n-th pixel column
After obtaining image data in which the pixel rows 40 are arranged in a substantially fan shape by inclining so that n becomes nθ, the image data is transferred to a personal computer using an output processing application, and the transferred image data is processed. Is processed using an arithmetic processing application that converts the image data into image data, transferred to an image setter, and a pixel 38 is formed on the transparent film 15 by an automatic developing machine in the same manner as in the second embodiment to form a pixel layer 14, As shown in FIG. 31, a pixel layer 14 is provided on one side of a transparent substrate 12 on which the plano-convex lens-shaped light-collecting element layer 11 is not formed, by a reference pixel column 3 in the pixel layer 14.
9 and an arbitrary plano-convex lens-shaped condensing element array 42 in the plano-convex lens-shaped condensing element layer 11 are arranged so as to be parallel to each other, and the plano-convex lens-shaped condensing element 9 and the pixel 38 are completely overlapped vertically. It is arranged so as to have a set consisting of a light-collecting element 9 ′ and a reference pixel 38 ′, and furthermore, the light-collecting elements 9 a, The other pixels 38a at positions corresponding to 9b,
38b is shifted radially outward with respect to the other plano-convex lens-shaped concentrators 9a and 9b at a point symmetric position with respect to the reference concentrator 9 ', and is shifted radially outward.
The layers are stacked so that the shift width of the other pixels 38 outside 8 'is larger.

In the present embodiment, as shown in FIG. 32, the deformed enlarged virtual image 43 of the cross-shaped pixel 38 floats above the plano-convex lens-shaped light-collecting element layer 11 with the reference pixel 38 ′ as the center. To appear. In addition, the reference pixels 38 ′ appear at regular intervals on a curved line toward the fulcrum pixel row 41 in the direction away from the reference pixel column 39, and a plurality of enlarged virtual images 43 centered on the reference pixel 38 ′ are arranged. When the enlarged virtual image 43 approaches the fulcrum pixel row 41, the enlarged virtual image 43 is deformed so as to be gradually elongated, and becomes an image that is raised higher.

More specifically, for example, when the plano-convex lens-shaped condensing element 9 is printed on a surface of a soft resin transparent substrate (transparent substrate layer 13) having a thickness of 0.5 mm with a gauze having 70 lines. It is sufficient to arrange the rows of the pixels 38 of the gauze body satisfying the condition of 35 ≦ line number ≦ 70 in an inclined manner. For the rows of the pixels 38 of the gauze body having the number of lines 35, the inclination satisfying 0.001 ≦ θ ≦ 0.1 What is necessary is just to arrange | position by inclining at a corner. When the plano-convex lens-shaped condensing element 9 is printed on the surface of a hard resin transparent substrate having a thickness of 5.0 mm using a gauze body having 10 lines, the pixels on the gauze body satisfying 8 ≦ line number ≦ 10 It is sufficient to arrange the columns 38 in an inclined manner, and to arrange the columns of the pixels 38 of the gauze body having the number of lines of 8 at an inclination angle satisfying 0.001 ≦ θ ≦ 1.

Further, for example, a gauze body or a line number 70 satisfying 35 ≦ line number ≦ 40 on the surface of a soft resin transparent substrate having a thickness of 0.5 mm.
When the plano-convex lens-shaped condensing element 9 is printed with
A row of pixels 38 by a gauze body having a number of lines of 35 may be arranged at an inclination angle (for example, 0.001, 0.01, 0.1) satisfying 0.001 ≦ θ ≦ 0.1, and a gauze satisfying 55 ≦ number of lines ≦ 60 With respect to the plano-convex lens-shaped light-collecting element layer 11 made of a body, the rows of the pixels 38 made of a gauze body having a line number of 55 are arranged at an inclination angle (for example, 0.001, 0.01, 0.1) satisfying 0.001 ≦ θ ≦ 0.1. do it. The number of lines is 35 on the surface of a soft resin transparent substrate with a thickness of 1.0 mm.
When the plano-convex lens-shaped condensing element 9 is printed with
The rows of the pixels 38 of the gauze body having the number of lines 35 may be arranged to be inclined at an inclination angle (for example, 0.001, 0.01, 0.1) satisfying 0.001 ≦ θ ≦ 0.1. When the plano-convex lens-shaped condensing element 9 is printed on a surface of a hard resin transparent substrate having a thickness of 1.0 mm with a gauze body satisfying 35 ≦ line number ≦ 40, the pixels 38 of the gauze body with 35 line numbers are printed. The rows may be arranged at an inclination angle satisfying 0.001 ≦ θ ≦ 0.1 (for example, 0.001, 0.01, 0.1).
For the plano-convex lens-shaped light-collecting element layer 11 composed of a 55-line gauze body, the rows of the pixels 38 formed of the 55-line gauze body are set to 0.001 ≦ θ ≦ 0.1.
May be arranged at an inclination angle (for example, 0.001, 0.01, 0.1) satisfying the following. When the plano-convex lens-shaped condensing element 9 is printed on a surface of a hard resin transparent substrate having a thickness of 2.0 mm with a gauze body satisfying 35 ≦ line number ≦ 40, the pixels 38 of the gauze body with 35 line numbers are printed. The rows may be arranged at an inclination angle satisfying 0.001 ≦ θ ≦ 0.1 (for example, 0.001, 0.01, 0.1).
For the plano-convex lens-shaped light-collecting element layer 11 composed of a 55-line gauze body, the rows of the pixels 38 formed of the 55-line gauze body are set to 0.001 ≦ θ ≦ 0.1.
May be arranged at an inclination angle (for example, 0.001, 0.01, 0.1) satisfying the following. When the plano-convex lens-shaped condensing element 9 is printed on a surface of a hard resin transparent substrate having a thickness of 3.0 mm with a gauze body satisfying 35 ≦ number of lines ≦ 40, the pixels 38 of the gauze body with 35 lines are formed. The rows may be arranged to be inclined at an inclination angle satisfying 0.001 ≦ θ ≦ 0.5 (for example, 0.001, 0.01, 0.1, 0.5).

Further, for example, when a plano-convex lens-shaped condensing element 9 is printed on a surface of a soft resin transparent substrate having a thickness of 0.5 mm using a gauze body having 35 lines, a pixel made of a gauze body having 30 lines is used. For the 38 rows, a row of pixels 38 with a 60-line gauze body is used for the plano-convex lenticular concentrator with a 60-line gauze body for the 60-line gauze body. For the layer 11, a row of the pixels 38 of a gauze body satisfying 60 ≦ line number ≦ 65, and for a plano-convex lens-shaped light-collecting element layer 11 of a gauze body of 70 line, 65 ≦ line number ≦ 70. The inclination angle of the row of the pixels 38 by the satisfied body is 0.01.
It is sufficient to dispose them at an angle.

Next, when the plano-convex lens-shaped condensing element 9 is printed on the surface of a soft resin transparent substrate having a thickness of 1.0 mm using a gauze having 35 lines, the pixels 38 having a gauze having 30 lines are used. Angle of column
What is necessary is just to arrange it inclining by 0.01.

Next, when the plano-convex lens-shaped condensing element 9 is printed on the surface of a hard resin transparent substrate having a thickness of 1.0 mm using a gauze body having 20 lines, the pixels 38 formed by the gauze body having 20 lines are used. Column, the number of lines
20 for the plano-convex lens-shaped light-collecting element layer 11 composed of 25 gauze bodies
The line of the pixel 38 of the gauze body satisfying ≦ the number of lines ≦ 25
20 for the plano-convex lens-shaped light-collecting element layer 11 composed of 30 gauze bodies
Gauze body satisfying ≦ number of lines ≦ 30 (for example, 20 lines, 25 lines, 30 lines)
A line of pixels 38 by a line), a line of pixels 38 by a gauze body of 30 lines for a plano-convex lens-shaped light-collecting element layer 11 of a gauze body of 35 lines, and a plano-convex lens by a gauze body of 60 lines A row of pixels 38 with a gauze body having 60 lines is provided for the concentric light-collecting element layer 11, and a plano-convex lens-shaped condensing element layer 11 having a gauze body having 65 lines is provided.
A row of pixels 38 of a gauze body satisfying 60 ≦ line number ≦ 65 is used for a plano-convex lens-shaped light-collecting element layer 11 of a gauze body of 70 line numbers.
Gauze that satisfies 60 ≦ line number ≦ 70 (for example, 60 lines, 65 lines, 70 lines)
The row of the pixels 38 by the line) may be arranged to be inclined at an inclination angle of 0.01.

Next, when the plano-convex lens-shaped condensing element 9 is printed on the surface of a hard resin transparent substrate having a thickness of 2.0 mm using a gauze body having 20 lines, the pixel 38 formed of a gauze body having 20 lines is used. Column, the number of lines
20 for the plano-convex lens-shaped light-collecting element layer 11 composed of 25 gauze bodies
The line of the pixel 38 of the gauze body satisfying ≦ the number of lines ≦ 25
25 for a plano-convex lens-shaped light-collecting element layer 11 composed of 30 gauze bodies
The number of rows of pixels 38 in a gauze body that satisfies
For the plano-convex lenticular element layer 11 composed of 35 gauze bodies, a row of pixels 38 composed of a gauze body having 30 lines is provided, and for the plano-convex lenticular element layer 11 composed of a gauze body having 70 lines, 60 rows are provided. The rows of the pixels 38 of the gauze body that satisfies ≦ lines ≦ 65 may be arranged at an inclination angle of 0.01.

Next, when the plano-convex lens-shaped condensing element 9 is printed on the surface of a hard resin transparent substrate having a thickness of 3.0 mm using a gauze having 20 lines, the pixels 38 having a gauze having 20 lines are formed. Column, the number of lines
20 for the plano-convex lens-shaped light-collecting element layer 11 composed of 25 gauze bodies
The line of the pixel 38 of the gauze body satisfying ≦ the number of lines ≦ 25
25 for a plano-convex lens-shaped light-collecting element layer 11 composed of 30 gauze bodies
The number of rows of pixels 38 in a gauze body that satisfies
With respect to the plano-convex lens-shaped light-collecting element layer 11 composed of 35 gauze bodies, the rows of the pixels 38 composed of 30 gauze bodies may be arranged at an inclination angle of 0.01.

Embodiment 10 FIG.

FIG. 33 is a view for explaining the positional relationship between the plano-convex lens-shaped light condensing element and the pixels in the virtual image appearance decorative body in which the deformed and enlarged virtual image of the pixel appears to sink, and FIG. FIG. 14 is a plan view in which a virtual image formed by the light condensing element and the pixel is made into a graphic, and in these figures, the same reference numerals as those in FIGS. 4 to 6, 8, 13, 14, 30 and 31 are the same. Or a corresponding part is shown.

In the virtual image appearance decorative body according to the present embodiment, the pixel arrangement when forming the pixel layer is such that the number of lines exceeds the number of lines of the gauze body on which the plano-convex lens-shaped condensing element layer 11 is formed. Cross-shaped pixels 3 arranged vertically and horizontally at the same pitch as the pitches of the squares, using the squares formed by the gauze lines forming the body as a unit
Except for the pixel arrangement of 8, the pixel layer is formed in the same manner as in the ninth embodiment, and on one surface of the transparent substrate 12 where the plano-convex lenticular element layer 11 is not formed, as shown in FIG.
The pixel layer 14 is arranged so that the reference pixel row 39 in the pixel layer 14 and an arbitrary plano-convex lens-shaped light-collecting element array 42 in the plano-convex lens-shaped light-collecting element layer 11 are parallel to each other. 9 and the pixel 38 are arranged so as to have a set of a reference condensing element 9 ′ and a reference pixel 38 ′ which completely overlap each other in the upper and lower directions, and furthermore, equidistant on a diagonal centered on the reference condensing element 9 ′. Other plano-convex lenticular element 9
Other pixels 38a, 38b at positions corresponding to a, 9b
Are radially shifted inward with respect to the other plano-convex lens-shaped concentrators 9a and 9b to a point symmetrical position with respect to the reference concentrator 9 'as a center, and are shifted outward from the reference pixel 38'. Are stacked so that the shift width of the pixel 38 becomes larger.

In the present embodiment, as shown in FIG. 34, the deformed enlarged virtual image 44 of the cross-shaped pixel 38 sinks below the plano-convex lens-shaped light-collecting element layer 11 around the reference pixel 38 '. To appear. In addition, the reference pixels 38 ′ appear at regular intervals on a curved line toward the reference pixel column 39 in a direction away from the fulcrum pixel row 41, and a plurality of enlarged virtual images 44 centered on the reference pixel 38 ′ are arranged. The enlarged virtual image 44 is deformed so as to be gradually stretched away from the reference pixel row 39, and becomes a deeper sunk image.

In the pixel arrangement according to the present embodiment, the pitch between adjacent pixels 38 on the same pixel row increases as the distance from the fulcrum pixel row 41 increases. Since there is a pixel row at the boundary that becomes the pitch, the position relationship between the plano-convex lenticular concentrator 9 and the pixel 10 at a position further away from the fulcrum pixel row 41 than the pixel row at the boundary is determined in the ninth embodiment. In the same manner as described above, a portion having the positional relationship shown in FIG. 31 is formed. Therefore, when this portion is a virtual image appearance decoration, a virtual image similar to the virtual image 43 in the ninth embodiment appears.

More specifically, for example, when a plano-convex lens-shaped concentrator 9 is printed on a surface of a soft resin transparent substrate (transparent substrate layer 13) having a thickness of 0.5 mm using a gauze having a ruling of 70. , 70 <line number ≦ 140 It is sufficient to arrange the rows of the pixels 38 with the gauze body that satisfies the condition of 140, and for the row of the pixel 38 with the gauze body of the number of lines 140, the inclination that satisfies 0.001 ≦ θ ≦ 0.1 is satisfied. What is necessary is just to arrange | position by inclining at a corner. A plano-convex lens-shaped light condensing element 9 is formed on the surface of a 5.0 mm-thick hard resin transparent substrate using
Is printed, the rows of the pixels 38 of the gauze body satisfying 10 <the number of lines ≦ 55 may be arranged at an angle, and the rows of the pixels 38 of the gauze body having the number of lines of 55 are 0.001 ≦ θ. What is necessary is just to incline with the inclination angle which satisfies ≦ 0.01.

Further, for example, a plano-convex lens-shaped light condensing element 9 is formed on a surface of a soft resin transparent substrate having a thickness of 0.5 mm using a gauze body having 50 lines.
Is printed, the column of the pixels 38 formed by the gauze body having the number of lines of 55 is inclined at an inclination angle satisfying 0.001 ≦ θ ≦ 0.1 (for example, 0.001 ≦ θ ≦ 0.1).
0.01, 0.1). For the plano-convex lens-shaped light-collecting element layer 11 composed of a gauze having 45 or 65 lines, the rows of the pixels 38 having a gauze having 140 lines are set to 0.001 ≦ θ ≦ 0.
What is necessary is just to incline and arrange with the inclination angle which satisfies 01. thickness
When the plano-convex lens-shaped condensing element 9 is printed on a surface of a soft resin transparent substrate of 1.0 mm with a gauze having a number of lines of 35, a row of pixels 38 formed of a gauze with a number of lines of 140 is set to 0.001 ≦ θ ≦ 0.01. May be arranged at an inclination angle that satisfies the following condition. When the plano-convex lens-shaped condensing element 9 is printed on a surface of a hard resin transparent substrate having a thickness of 1.0 mm with a gauze having 30 lines, the row of the pixels 38 with the gauze having 35 lines is set to 0.001 ≦ θ. Satisfies ≦ 0.1 (for example, 0.001, 0.01, 0.1).
For the plano-convex lens-shaped light-collecting element layer 11 composed of a gauze body having a number of lines of 45, the row of the pixels 38 composed of a gauze body having a number of lines of 140 is set to 0.001 ≦ θ ≦ 0.
It is sufficient to dispose it at an inclination angle (for example, 0.001, 0.01, 0.1) that satisfies 1. For the plano-convex lens-shaped light-collecting element layer 11 composed of a 50-line gauze, a 55-line gauze is used. Pixel 3
8 are inclined angles satisfying 0.001 ≦ θ ≦ 0.1 (for example,
(0.001, 0.01, 0.1). thickness
When the plano-convex lens-shaped condensing element 9 is printed on the surface of a 2.0 mm hard resin transparent substrate with a gauze body having 30 lines, the rows of the pixels 38 formed by the gauze body having 35 lines have 0.001 ≦ θ ≦ 0.1. May be arranged at an inclination angle (for example, 0.001, 0.01, 0.1) that satisfies the following condition, and a plano-convex lens-shaped light-collecting element layer 11 made of a gauze body satisfying 25 ≦ number of lines ≦ 30 or a gauze body of 50 lines. In this case, it is sufficient to arrange the rows of the pixels 38 of the gauze body having the number of lines of 55 with an inclination angle (for example, 0.001, 0.01, 0.1) satisfying 0.001 ≦ θ ≦ 0.1. When the plano-convex lens-shaped condensing element 9 is printed on a surface of a hard resin transparent substrate having a thickness of 3.0 mm with a gauze having 30 lines, the row of the pixels 38 formed by the gauze having 35 lines is 0.001 ≦ θ. ≤
Pixels 3 may be arranged at an inclination angle satisfying 0.1 (for example, 0.001, 0.01, 0.1).
8 are inclined angles satisfying 0.001 ≦ θ ≦ 0.1 (for example,
(0.001, 0.01, 0.1).

Further, for example, when the plano-convex lens-shaped condensing element 9 is printed on a surface of a soft resin transparent substrate having a thickness of 0.5 mm with a gauze having a number of lines of 55, 60 ≦ line number ≦ 65 is satisfied. A row of pixels 38 of a gauze body that satisfies 65 ≦ line number ≦ 70 for a plano-convex lens-shaped light-collecting element layer 11 of a gauze body with a line number of 60 For the plano-convex lens-shaped light-collecting element layer 11 made of a gauze body, a row of pixels 38 made of a gauze body with 70 lines may be arranged at an inclination angle of 0.01.

Next, when the plano-convex lens-shaped condensing element 9 is printed on a surface of a soft resin transparent substrate having a thickness of 1.0 mm with a gauze having a number of lines of 35, 60 ≦ line number ≦ 70 is satisfied. Gauze body (for example, 60
(Line, line 65, line 70) may be arranged to be inclined at an inclination angle of 0.01.

Next, when the plano-convex lens-shaped condensing element 9 is printed on the surface of a hard resin transparent substrate having a thickness of 1.0 mm using a gauze having 25 lines, the pixels 38 having a gauze having 30 lines are used. Column, the number of lines
60 for a plano-convex lens-shaped light-collecting element layer 11 of 30 gauze bodies
Gauze that satisfies ≤ 70 lines (for example, 60 lines, 65 lines, 70 lines)
The line of the pixel 38 with the line number and the line of the pixel 38 with the line number satisfying 60 ≦ line number ≦ 65 for the plano-convex lens-shaped light collecting element layer 11 with the line number 55 For the plano-convex lenticular light-collecting element layer 11 made of a gauze body, a row of pixels 38 of a gauze body satisfying 65 ≦ line number ≦ 70 is used for In this case, the rows of the pixels 38 formed of the gauze having the number of lines of 70 may be arranged at an inclination angle of 0.01.

Next, when the plano-convex lens-shaped condensing element 9 is printed on the surface of a hard resin transparent substrate having a thickness of 2.0 mm using a gauze body having 25 lines, the pixel 38 is formed by a gauze body having 30 lines. Column, the number of lines
60 for a plano-convex lens-shaped light-collecting element layer 11 of 30 gauze bodies
Gauze that satisfies ≤ 70 lines (for example, 60 lines, 65 lines, 70 lines)
The row of the pixels 38 by the line) may be arranged to be inclined at an inclination angle of 0.01.

Next, when a plano-convex lens-shaped condensing element 9 is printed on the surface of a hard resin transparent substrate having a thickness of 3.0 mm with a gauze having a number of lines of 30, 60 ≦ line number ≦ 65 is satisfied. Pixel 3 by gauze
The rows of 8 may be arranged at an inclination angle of 0.01.

[0131]

[Embodiment 1]

A polycarbonate transparent plate 12 having a thickness of 1 mm
Were prepared as transparent substrate layers 13. Three 0.1 mm-thick transparent films 15 (product name: Film for FTR3050 manufactured by Dainippon Screen Printing Co., Ltd. HLNWL: manufactured by Fuji Photo Film Co., Ltd.) were prepared. Then, on the upper surface of the three transparent substrates 12, screen printing was performed using a gauze body having 13 lines with a transparent ink of No. 4100 series manufactured by Jujo Kasei Co., Ltd.
By printing the plano-convex lens-shaped condensing element 9 of 40% (the ratio of the plano-convex lens-shaped condensing element closed per unit area),
A plano-convex lenticular element layer 11 was laminated on the upper surface of the transparent substrate layer 13.

The pixel layer 14 is made of DTP (Desk Top Publishing)
In the above, a film was formed in which the pixels 10 were formed at the same pitch as the pitch of the squares, using the squares formed by the gauze lines forming the gauze body having 15 lines, 16 lines and 17 lines as a unit.

The specific manufacturing process will be described below.

First, a personal computer (product name: Po
wer Mac 9600/300: Made by Apple Inc., edit processing application (product name: Adobe Photoshope 5.02J: Adobe sy)
stems) to obtain each image data in the gauze body with the number of lines of 15, 16 and 17 lines, and then output each image data to the output processing application (product name: Quark XPress 3.3J
: Adobe Systems, Inc.), an arithmetic processing application (product name: AD-310PM Ver) that transfers data to a personal computer (product name: Power Mac 9600/350: made by Apple Inc.) and converts each transferred image data to image data
2.0: After performing arithmetic processing using Dainippon Screen Mfg. Co., Ltd., transfer it to an image setter (product name: FT-R3050: Mfg. Dainippon Screen Mfg. Co., Ltd.) and automatically develop it (product name: KODAMATIC 710 Processor: Japan) A film (pixel layer 14) in which the pixels 10 were formed on the transparent film 15 was obtained by Kodak Corporation.

Then, the pixel layers 14 were laminated on the lower surfaces of the three transparent substrates 12, respectively, to obtain three virtual image appearing decorative bodies 6.

When the virtual image appearing decorative body 6 was viewed from directly above with the plano-convex lens-shaped light-collecting element layer 11 facing upward, any of the virtual image appearing decorative bodies sank below the virtual image appearing decorative body 6. A visible circular virtual image 5 shown in FIG. 14 was observed.

Embodiment 2 FIG.

A plano-convex lens-shaped light-collecting element layer 11 composed of a 15-line gauze body
To form a pixel layer 1 in a 17-, 18-, and 19-line gauze body
Except for the production of No. 4, three virtual image appearance decorative bodies 6 were obtained in the same manner as in Example 1. When visually observed in the same manner as in Example 1, a circular virtual image 5 could be observed in any of the virtual image-appearing decorative bodies as in the case of Example 1.

Embodiments 3 and 4.

1 mm-thick polycarbonate transparent substrate 1
2 and prepare the transparent film 15 having a thickness of 0.1 mm.
I prepared 10 sheets. Then, a plano-convex lens-shaped light-condensing element layer 11 is formed of a 20-line gauze body, and lines 16, 17, 18, and 19 (Example 3) and
Except for forming the pixel layer 14 in the gauze body of 21, 22, 23, 24, 25, and 26 lines (Example 4), the four virtual image appearance decorations 2 (Example 3) and six virtual image manifestation decorative bodies 6 (Example 4) were obtained. When visually observed in the same manner as in Example 1, in the virtual image appearing decorative body 2, in any of the virtual image appearing decorative bodies, the circular virtual image 1 shown in FIG. In each of the virtual image appearance decorations, the circular virtual image 5 shown in FIG. 14 which was seen to sink below the virtual image appearance decoration 6 could be observed.

Embodiments 5 and 6

A transparent substrate 1 made of polycarbonate having a thickness of 1 mm
2 and prepare the transparent film 15 having a thickness of 0.1 mm.
I prepared 10 sheets. Then, the plano-convex lens-shaped light-collecting element layer 11 is formed from a 25-line gauze body, and the 20, 21, 22, 23, 24 lines (Example 5) and the 26, 27, 28, 30, 32 lines (Example) Except that the pixel layers 14 in the gauze body of 6) were respectively formed,
Thus, two virtual image appearance decoration bodies 2 (Example 5) and five virtual image appearance decoration bodies 6 (Example 6) were obtained. Visual observation was performed in the same manner as in Example 1. As in Examples 3 and 4, the virtual image 1 was observed in the virtual image appearing decorative body 2, and the virtual image 5 was observed in the virtual image appearing decorative body 6.

Embodiments 7 to 10.

1 mm thick transparent substrate 1 made of polycarbonate
2 and prepare the transparent film 15 having a thickness of 0.1 mm.
11 sheets were prepared. Then, a plano-convex lens-shaped light-collecting element layer 11 is formed from a 30-line gauze body, and the 24, 25, 26, 27, 28 lines (Example 7),
32,34,36,38 lines (Example 8), 55 lines (Example 9) and 65 lines
Except for forming the pixel layer 14 in the gauze body of the line (Example 10), the six virtual image appearance decorative bodies 2 (Examples 7 and 9) and the five virtual image appearance are the same as in Example 1. The decorative body 6 (Examples 8 and 10) was obtained. Visual observation was performed in the same manner as in Example 1. As in Examples 3 and 4, the virtual image 1 was observed in the virtual image appearance decorative body 2, and the virtual image 5 was observed in the virtual image appearance decorative body 6.
Could be observed.

Embodiments 11 to 13.

A 1 mm thick transparent polycarbonate substrate 1
8 were prepared, and eight transparent films 15 having a thickness of 0.1 mm were prepared. Then, a plano-convex lens-shaped light-collecting element layer 11 is formed from a 35-line gauze body, and 28, 30, 32, and 34 lines (Example 11) are formed.
Except for forming the pixel layer 14 in the gauze body of 36, 38, 40 lines (Example 12) and 65 lines (Example 13), the five virtual image appearance decorative bodies 2 ( Example 11,
13) and three virtual image manifestation decorative bodies 6 (Example 12). When visually observed in the same manner as in Example 1, Example 3,
As in the case of No. 4, the virtual image 1 can be observed in the virtual image appearing decorative body 2, and the virtual image 5 can be observed in the virtual image appearing decorative body 6.

Embodiments 14 and 15

Transparent substrate 1 made of polycarbonate having a thickness of 1 mm
5 were prepared, and five transparent films 15 having a thickness of 0.1 mm were prepared. Then, the plano-convex lens-shaped light-collecting element layer 11 is formed of a 40-line gauze body, and the pixel layer 14 in the 32, 34, 36, 38-line (Example 14) and 45-line (Example 15) gauze bodies is formed. Except for each of them, four virtual image appearance decorations 2 (Example 14) and one virtual image appearance decoration 6 are formed in the same manner as in Example 1.
(Example 15) was obtained. Visual observation was performed in the same manner as in Example 1. As in Examples 3 and 4, the virtual image 1 was observed in the virtual image appearance decorative body 2, and the virtual image 5 was observed in the virtual image appearance decorative body 6.
Could be observed.

Embodiments 16 and 17

Transparent substrate 1 made of polycarbonate having a thickness of 1 mm
2 were prepared, and four transparent films 15 having a thickness of 0.1 mm were prepared. Then, a plano-convex lens-shaped light-collecting element layer 11 is formed from a 45-line gauze body, and 36, 38, and 40 lines (Example 16) and 50 lines are formed.
Except for forming the pixel layer 14 in the gauze body of the line (Example 17), three virtual image appearing decorative bodies 2 (Example 16) and one virtual image appearing decorative body were formed in the same manner as in Example 1. 6 (Example 17) was obtained. Visual observation was performed in the same manner as in Example 1. As in Examples 3 and 4, the virtual image 1 was observed in the virtual image appearing decorative body 2, and the virtual image 5 was observed in the virtual image appearing decorative body 6.

Embodiments 18 and 19

Transparent substrate 1 made of polycarbonate having a thickness of 1 mm
2, two transparent films 15 each having a thickness of 0.1 mm were prepared. Then, except that the plano-convex lens-shaped light-collecting element layer 11 was formed with a 50-line gauze body, and the pixel layer 14 was formed on the 45-line (Example 18) and 55-line (Example 19) gauze bodies, respectively. One virtual image appearing decorative body 2 in the same manner as in Example 1.
(Example 18) and one virtual image appearing decorative body 6 (Example 1)
9) was obtained. Visual observation was performed in the same manner as in Example 1. As in Examples 3 and 4, the virtual image 1 was observed in the virtual image appearing decorative body 2, and the virtual image 5 was observed in the virtual image appearing decorative body 6.

Embodiments 20 and 21.

1 mm-thick polycarbonate transparent substrate 1
2 were prepared, and four transparent films 15 having a thickness of 0.1 mm were prepared. Then, a plano-convex lens-shaped light-collecting element layer 11 is formed from a 55-line gauze body, and 45,50 lines (Example 20) and 60,6 lines are formed.
Except for forming the pixel layer 14 in the gauze body of the five lines (Example 21), two virtual image appearance decorations 2 (Example 20) and two virtual image appearance decorations were made in the same manner as in Example 1. Body 6 (Example 21) was obtained. Visual observation was performed in the same manner as in Example 1. As in Examples 3 and 4, the virtual image 1 was observed in the virtual image appearing decorative body 2, and the virtual image 5 was observed in the virtual image appearing decorative body 6.

Embodiments 22 and 23.

1 mm-thick polycarbonate transparent substrate 1
2 were prepared, and four transparent films 15 having a thickness of 0.1 mm were prepared. Then, a plano-convex lens-shaped light-collecting element layer 11 is formed by a 60-line gauze body, and 50,55 lines (Example 22) and 65,7 lines are formed.
Except for the creation of the pixel layer 14 in the gauze body of the 0 line (Example 23), two virtual image appearance decorations 2 (Example 22) and two virtual image appearance decorations were made in the same manner as in Example 1. Body 6 (Example 23) was obtained. Visual observation was performed in the same manner as in Example 1. As in Examples 3 and 4, the virtual image 1 was observed in the virtual image appearing decorative body 2, and the virtual image 5 was observed in the virtual image appearing decorative body 6.

Embodiments 24 and 25.

Transparent substrate 1 made of polycarbonate having a thickness of 1 mm
2 were prepared, and three transparent films 15 having a thickness of 0.1 mm were prepared. Then, the plano-convex lens-shaped light-collecting element layer 11 is formed of a gauze body of 65 lines, and the pixel layers 14 of the gauze body of 55,60 lines (Example 24) and 70 lines (Example 25) are formed. In the same manner as in Example 1, two virtual image appearing decorative bodies 2 (Example 24) and one virtual image appearing decorative body 6 (Example 25) were obtained. When visually observed in the same manner as in Example 1,
As in the case of Examples 3 and 4, the virtual image 1 was observed in the virtual image appearing decorative body 2, and the virtual image 5 was observed in the virtual image appearing decorative body 6.

Embodiment 26 FIG.

1 mm thick polycarbonate transparent substrate 1
2, two transparent films 15 each having a thickness of 0.1 mm were prepared. Then, a plano-convex lens-shaped light-collecting element layer 11 is formed of a 70-line gauze body, and the pixel layer 1 of the 60,65-line gauze body is formed.
In the same manner as in Example 1 except that each of No. 4 was formed, two virtual image appearance decorative bodies 2 were obtained. Visual observation was performed in the same manner as in Example 1. As a result, a virtual image 1 was observed.

Embodiments 27 to 29.

Polycarbonate transparent substrate 1 having a thickness of 3 mm
9 were prepared, and nine transparent films 15 having a thickness of 0.1 mm were prepared. Then, a plano-convex lens-shaped light-condensing element layer 11 is formed from a 10-line gauze body, and lines 13, 14 (Example 27), 18, 19
Lines (Example 28) and 21,22,23,24,25 lines (Example 29)
Except that the pixel layers 14 of the body were each formed in the same manner as in Example 1, two virtual image appearing decorative bodies 2 (Example 2
8) and seven virtual image manifestation decorative bodies 6 (Examples 27 and 29) were obtained. Visual observation was performed in the same manner as in Example 1. As in Examples 3 and 4, the virtual image 1 was observed in the virtual image appearing decorative body 2, and the virtual image 5 was observed in the virtual image appearing decorative body 6.

Embodiments 30 to 32.

Polycarbonate transparent substrate 1 having a thickness of 3 mm
2 and prepare the transparent film 15 having a thickness of 0.1 mm.
11 sheets were prepared. Then, a plano-convex lens-shaped light-collecting element layer 11 is formed from a 13-line gauze body, and lines 14, 15, 16, and 17 (Example 30) are formed.
Three virtual images were formed in the same manner as in Example 1 except that the pixel layers 14 in the gauze of 23, 24, 25 lines (Example 31) and 27, 28, 30, 32 lines (Example 32) were respectively formed. Appearing decorative body 2 (Example 31) and eight virtual image appearing decorative bodies 6 (Examples 30 and 3)
2) was obtained. Visual observation was performed in the same manner as in Example 1. As in Examples 3 and 4, the virtual image 1 was observed in the virtual image appearing decorative body 2, and the virtual image 5 was observed in the virtual image appearing decorative body 6.

Embodiments 33 and 34.

Polycarbonate transparent substrate 1 having a thickness of 3 mm
7 were prepared, and seven transparent films 15 having a thickness of 0.1 mm were prepared. Then, a plano-convex lens-shaped light-collecting element layer 11 is formed from a 15-line gauze body, and the 13,14 lines (Example 33) and the 16,1 lines are formed.
Pixel layer 14 in gauze body of 7,18,19,20 lines (Example 34)
Were prepared in the same manner as in Example 1 to obtain two virtual image appearing decorative bodies 2 (Example 33) and five virtual image appearing decorative bodies 6 (Example 34). Visual observation was performed in the same manner as in Example 1. As in Examples 3 and 4, the virtual image 1 was observed in the virtual image appearing decorative body 2, and the virtual image 5 was observed in the virtual image appearing decorative body 6.

Embodiments 35 and 36.

Polycarbonate transparent substrate 1 having a thickness of 3 mm
2 and prepare the transparent film 15 having a thickness of 0.1 mm.
I prepared 10 sheets. Then, a plano-convex lens-shaped light-collecting element layer 11 is formed from a 20-line gauze body, and lines 15, 16, 17, 18, and 19 (Example 35).
And five virtual image manifestation decorative bodies 2 (Example 35) in the same manner as in Example 1 except that the pixel layers 14 in the gauze body of 21, 22, 23, 24, and 25 lines (Example 36) were respectively formed. ) And five virtual image manifestation decorative bodies 6 (Example 36). Visual observation was performed in the same manner as in Example 1. As in Examples 3 and 4, the virtual image 1 was observed in the virtual image appearing decorative body 2, and the virtual image 5 was observed in the virtual image appearing decorative body 6.

Embodiments 37 and 38.

Polycarbonate transparent substrate 1 having a thickness of 3 mm
2 and prepare the transparent film 15 having a thickness of 0.1 mm.
I prepared 12 sheets. Then, the plano-convex lens-shaped light-collecting element layer 11 is formed of a 25-line gauze body, and the 18, 19, 20, 21, 22, 23, and 24 lines (Example 37) and 26, 27, 28, 30, 32 are formed. Except for forming the pixel layer 14 in the gauze body of the line (Example 38), seven virtual image appearance decoration bodies 2 (Example 37) and five virtual image appearance decoration bodies were formed in the same manner as in Example 1. 6 (Example 38) was obtained. Visual observation was performed in the same manner as in Example 1. As in Examples 3 and 4, the virtual image 1 was observed in the virtual image appearing decorative body 2, and the virtual image 5 was observed in the virtual image appearing decorative body 6.

Embodiments 37 and 38.

A transparent substrate 1 made of polycarbonate having a thickness of 3 mm
9 were prepared, and nine transparent films 15 having a thickness of 0.1 mm were prepared. Then, a plano-convex lens-shaped light-condensing element layer 11 is formed from a 30-line gauze body, and 23, 24, 25, 26, 27, 28 lines (Example 3).
7) and six virtual image appearance decorative bodies 2 (Example 37) in the same manner as in Example 1 except that the pixel layers 14 in the gauze body of 32, 34, and 36 lines (Example 38) were respectively formed. Three virtual image manifestation decorative bodies 6 (Example 38) were obtained. When visually observed in the same manner as in Example 1, as in Examples 3 and 4, the virtual image 1 can be observed in the virtual image appearing decorative body 2, and the virtual image appearing decorative body 6 can be observed.
Thus, a virtual image 5 could be observed.

Embodiments 39 and 40.

Polycarbonate transparent substrate 1 having a thickness of 3 mm
7 were prepared, and seven transparent films 15 having a thickness of 0.1 mm were prepared. Then, the plano-convex lens-shaped light-collecting element layer 11 is formed with a 35-line gauze body, and the 28, 30, 32, 34-line (Example 39) and 36, 38, 40-line (Example 40) gauze bodies are formed. Pixel layer 14
Were prepared in the same manner as in Example 1 to obtain four virtual image appearing decorative bodies 2 (Example 39) and three virtual image appearing decorative bodies 6 (Example 40). Visual observation was performed in the same manner as in Example 1. As in Examples 3 and 4, the virtual image 1 was observed in the virtual image appearing decorative body 2, and the virtual image 5 was observed in the virtual image appearing decorative body 6.

Embodiments 41 and 42.

Transparent substrate 1 made of polycarbonate having a thickness of 3 mm
6 were prepared, and six transparent films 15 having a thickness of 0.1 mm were prepared. Then, a plano-convex lens-shaped light-collecting element layer 11 is formed of a 40-line gauze body, and lines 30, 32, 34, 36, and 38 are formed (Example 41).
In addition, except that the pixel layer 14 in the gauze body of 45 lines (Example 42) was respectively formed, five virtual image appearing decorative bodies 2 (Example 41) and one virtual image appearing in the same manner as in Example 1. Decorative body 6
(Example 42) was obtained. Visual observation was performed in the same manner as in Example 1. As in Examples 3 and 4, the virtual image 1 was observed in the virtual image appearance decorative body 2, and the virtual image 5 was observed in the virtual image appearance decorative body 6.
Could be observed.

Embodiments 43 and 44.

Transparent substrate 1 made of polycarbonate having a thickness of 3 mm
2, two transparent films 15 each having a thickness of 0.1 mm were prepared. Then, except that the plano-convex lens-shaped light-collecting element layer 11 was formed using a 45-line gauze body, and the pixel layer 14 was formed on the 40-line (Example 43) and 50-line (Example 44) gauze bodies, respectively. One virtual image appearing decorative body 2 in the same manner as in Example 1.
(Example 43) and one virtual image appearing decorative body 6 (Example 4)
4) was obtained. Visual observation was performed in the same manner as in Example 1. As in Examples 3 and 4, the virtual image 1 was observed in the virtual image appearing decorative body 2, and the virtual image 5 was observed in the virtual image appearing decorative body 6.

Embodiments 45 and 46.

Transparent polycarbonate substrate 1 having a thickness of 3 mm
2, two transparent films 15 each having a thickness of 0.1 mm were prepared. Then, except that the plano-convex lens-shaped light-collecting element layer 11 was formed using a 50-line gauze body, and the pixel layers 14 were formed on the 45-line (Example 45) and 55-line (Example 46) gauze bodies, respectively. One virtual image appearing decorative body 2 in the same manner as in Example 1.
(Example 45) and one virtual image appearing decorative body 6 (Example 4)
6) was obtained. Visual observation was performed in the same manner as in Example 1. As in Examples 3 and 4, the virtual image 1 was observed in the virtual image appearing decorative body 2, and the virtual image 5 was observed in the virtual image appearing decorative body 6.

Embodiments 47 and 48.

18 transparent substrates 12 having a thickness of 1 mm (product name: Alexis blueish transparent glass: manufactured by Alexis Corporation) were prepared, and 18 transparent films 15 having a thickness of 0.1 mm were prepared. Then, a plano-convex lens-shaped light-collecting element layer 11 composed of a 35-line gauze body
Form 33.2,33.4,33.6,33.7,33.8,33.9,34,34.1,3
4.2 line (Example 47) and 35.1, 35.2, 35.3, 35.4, 35.5, 3
Except that the pixel layers 14 in the gauze body of 5.6, 35.7, 35.8, 35.9 lines (Example 48) were respectively formed, the nine virtual image appearing decorative bodies 2 (Example 47) and 9 Thus, two virtual image appearance decorative bodies 6 (Example 48) were obtained. Visual observation was performed in the same manner as in Example 1. As in Examples 3 and 4, the virtual image 1 was observed in the virtual image appearing decorative body 2, and the virtual image 5 was observed in the virtual image appearing decorative body 6.

Embodiment 49 FIG.

One transparent substrate 12 having a thickness of 1 mm was prepared, and two transparent films 15 having a thickness of 0.1 mm were prepared. Then, a plano-convex lens-shaped light-collecting element layer 11 composed of a 35-line gauze body
After forming a plano-convex lens-shaped light-collecting element layer 29 in the same manner as described above and forming a first pixel layer 30 in a 36-line gauze body and a second pixel layer 31 in a 35.9-line gauze body, respectively,
The first pixel layer 30 was stacked on the lower surface of the first pixel layer 30, and the second pixel layer 31 was further stacked on the lower surface of the first pixel layer 30 to obtain the virtual image appearing decorative body 28. When visually observed in the same manner as in Example 1, in the virtual image appearing decorative body 28, as shown in FIG. 29A, a first virtual image 5a that appears to sink below the virtual image appearing decorative body 28 can be observed. Further, the second virtual image 5b could be observed at a depth position below the first virtual image 5a.

Embodiment 50 FIG.

One transparent substrate 12 having a thickness of 0.5 mm was prepared, and one transparent film 15 having a thickness of 0.1 mm was prepared. A plano-convex lens-shaped light-collecting element layer 11 composed of a 40-wire gauze body
Is formed, and a pixel layer 14 of a pixel row 40 in which a pixel row of cross-shaped pixels 38 arranged vertically and horizontally in a 35-line gauze body is tilted with a tilt pattern of a tilt angle of 0.01 is created, as shown in FIG. A virtual image appearance decoration was obtained. The virtual image appearing decorative body was visually observed in the same manner as in Example 1. As a result, a virtual image 43 shown in FIG. 32 floating above the virtual image appearing decorative body could be observed.

Embodiment 51 FIG.

One transparent substrate 12 having a thickness of 0.5 mm was prepared, and one transparent film 15 having a thickness of 0.1 mm was prepared. Then, a plano-convex lens-shaped light-collecting element layer 11 made of a 50-wire gauze body
And a pixel row 40 in which the pixel row of the cross-shaped pixels 38 in the 55-line gauze body is tilted by a tilt pattern with a tilt angle of 0.01.
Was formed to obtain a virtual image appearing decorative body shown in FIG. The virtual image appearing decorative body was visually observed in the same manner as in Example 1. As a result, a virtual image 44 shown in FIG. 34, which appeared to sink below the virtual image appearing decorative body, could be observed.

In each of the embodiments, the ratio of the plano-convex lenticular element 9 closed per unit area of the plano-convex lenticular element layer 11 and the ratio of the pixel 10 closed per unit area of the pixel layer 14 are shown. Was set to 40% to form a virtual image appearance decoration, but these proportions may be changed from 5% to 95%, and further, each ratio is set to a different value to form a virtual image appearance decoration. You may.

[0191]

According to the present invention, it is possible to provide a virtual image appearance decorative body in which a virtual image in which an enlarged image of the same shape as the pixel appears floating appears. It is possible to provide a virtual image appearance decoration body in which a virtual image in which an image whose shape is enlarged appears to appear appears.

Further, in implementing the present invention, if at least two or more types of pixels having different shapes are combined, a virtual image with a variety of changes can be made to appear.

Therefore, the virtual image appearance decoration according to the present invention is
Because of the virtual image that appears, it is noticeable and interesting to observers, so various display boards, printed materials, labels,
Since it can be used for toys and the like and can be manufactured at low cost by ordinary printing technology, it can be said that its use is wide and the industrial applicability of the present invention is very high.

[Brief description of the drawings]

FIG. 1 is a diagram illustrating a virtual image of an enlarged pixel that appears floating in front of a transparent substrate in a sample decoration.

FIG. 2 is a plan view illustrating the movement of an image when the virtual image of the enlarged pixel shown in FIG. 1 is viewed with the left eye and then with the right eye.

FIG. 3 is a plan view illustrating the movement of the image when the virtual image of the enlarged pixel shown in FIG. 1 is viewed with the right eye and then with the left eye.

FIG. 4 is a diagram for explaining a virtual image of an enlarged pixel that appears to sink into the back of a transparent substrate in a sample decoration.

FIG. 5 is a plan view illustrating the movement of an image when the virtual image of the enlarged pixel shown in FIG. 4 is viewed with the left eye and then with the right eye.

FIG. 6 is a plan view illustrating the movement of an image when the virtual image of the enlarged pixel shown in FIG. 4 is viewed with the right eye and then with the left eye.

FIG. 7 is a diagram illustrating a positional relationship between a plano-convex lenticular concentrator and pixels in a sample decoration body in which a virtual image of an enlarged pixel appears to float.

FIG. 8 is a diagram illustrating a positional relationship between a plano-convex lenticular concentrator and pixels in a sample decoration body in which a virtual image of an enlarged pixel appears to sink.

FIG. 9 is a partial longitudinal sectional view schematically showing a virtual image appearance decoration body in which a virtual image of an enlarged pixel appears to float.

FIG. 10 is a plan view in which a virtual image formed by a plano-convex lenticular concentrator and a pixel is formed into a graphic.

FIG. 11 is a partial longitudinal sectional view schematically showing a virtual image appearance decoration body in which a virtual image of an enlarged pixel appears to be floating.

FIG. 12 is a plan view in which a virtual image formed by a plano-convex lens-shaped condensing element and a pixel is graphically formed.

FIG. 13 is a partial longitudinal sectional view schematically showing a virtual image appearance decorative body in which a virtual image of an enlarged pixel appears to sink.

FIG. 14 is a plan view in which a virtual image formed by a plano-convex lenticular concentrator and a pixel is formed into a graphic.

FIG. 15 is a diagram illustrating an enlarged image of a pixel in which a moiré phenomenon occurs in a conventional decorative body.

FIG. 16 is a diagram illustrating the movement of an image when the conventional decorative body shown in FIG. 15 is viewed with one eye at a time.

FIG. 17 is a plan view showing a positional relationship between two types of pixels having different shapes.

FIG. 18 is a plan view showing a positional relationship between two types of pixels having different shapes.

FIG. 19 is a diagram illustrating a positional relationship between a plano-convex lenticular concentrator and a pixel in a virtual image appearing decorative body that appears to sink in a state where two types of enlarged virtual images overlap.

FIG. 20 is a plan view in which a virtual image formed by a plano-convex lenticular concentrator and two types of pixels is graphically formed.

FIG. 21 is a plan view in which a virtual image formed by a plano-convex lens-shaped light condensing element and two types of pixels is graphically formed.

FIG. 22 is a plan view showing a positional relationship between two types of pixels having different shapes.

FIG. 23 is a plan view showing a positional relationship between two types of pixels having different shapes.

FIG. 24 is a diagram illustrating a positional relationship between a plano-convex lenticular concentrator and pixels in a virtual image appearing decorative body that appears to sink in a state where two types of enlarged virtual images overlap.

FIG. 25 is a plan view showing a positional relationship between two types of pixels having different shapes.

26 is a plan view in which a virtual image formed by a plano-convex lenticular concentrator and two types of pixels shown in FIG.

FIG. 27 is an explanatory plan view showing a positional relationship between three types of pixels having different shapes.

FIG. 28 is a partial longitudinal sectional view schematically showing a virtual image appearance decorative body formed by laminating two pixel layers.

FIG. 29 is a diagram for explaining the vertical positional relationship of each appearing virtual image.

FIG. 30 is a diagram illustrating an arrangement of pixels in a pixel layer.

FIG. 31 is a diagram illustrating a positional relationship between a plano-convex lens-shaped light condensing element and a pixel in a virtual image appearance decoration body in which a virtual image of a pixel that has been deformed and enlarged appears to float.

FIG. 32 is a plan view in which a virtual image formed by a plano-convex lenticular light-collecting element and a pixel is graphically formed.

FIG. 33 is a diagram illustrating a positional relationship between a plano-convex lens-shaped light condensing element and a pixel in a virtual image appearing decorative body in which a virtual image of a pixel that has been deformed and enlarged appears to sink.

FIG. 34 is a plan view in which a virtual image formed by a plano-convex lenticular concentrator and a pixel is formed into a graphic form.

[Explanation of symbols]

 REFERENCE SIGNS LIST 1 virtual image 2 virtual image appearing decorative body 3, 4, 7, 8 image 5 virtual image 6 virtual image appearing decorative body 9 plano-convex lenticular element 9 'reference concentrator 10 pixel 10' reference pixel 11 plano-convex lenticular element Layer 12 transparent substrate 13 transparent substrate layer 14 pixel layer 15 transparent film 21 decorative body 22 enlarged image 23 left eye 24 image 25 right eye 26,27 virtual image 28,34,36 virtual image appearing decorative body 29 plano-convex lenticular element layer 30, 31, 35, 37 Pixel layer 32, 33, 38 Pixel 32 ', 33', 38 'Reference pixel 39 Reference light-collecting element 40 Pixel column 41 Supporting pixel row 42 Plano-convex lens-shaped light-collecting element 43, 44 Virtual image

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Claims (20)

[Claims]
1. A plano-convex lenticular element formed by arranging a large number of plano-convex lenticular elements having the same shape and the same size in a vertical and horizontal direction, and laminated below the plano-convex lenticular element. A transparent substrate layer and a pixel layer formed by arranging a large number of pixels of the same shape and the same size vertically and horizontally stacked under the transparent substrate layer. At least one set of each pixel completely overlaps the top and bottom, and another pixel equidistant from the overlapping pixel overlaps the other pixel and the corresponding plano-convex lenticular concentrator. The plano-convex lens-shaped light-collecting element layer and the pixel layer are shifted radially outward with the same width around the pixel, and such that the width shifted toward the outside pixel from the center pixel becomes larger. Are arranged and have the same shape as the shape of the pixel Wherein the enlarged virtual image appears above the plano-convex lenticular element layer around the overlapping pixel.
2. A plano-convex lens-shaped light-collecting element layer is formed on a surface of a transparent substrate in units of squares formed by gauze lines forming a gauze body satisfying 10 ≦ line number ≦ 70 by screen printing. Photoelements are printed, and the pixel layer is formed on a grid formed by gauze lines forming a gauze body having a number of lines less than that of the gauze body. 2. A pixel formed on a surface.
The virtual image manifestation decorative body according to the description.
3. A plano-convex lens-shaped light-collecting element layer is formed on a surface of a transparent substrate in units of squares formed by gauze lines forming a gauze body satisfying 10 ≦ line number ≦ 70 by screen printing. Photons are printed, and the pixel layer has pixels on the transparent film at the same pitch as the pitches of the grids, in units of grids formed by gauze lines forming a gauze body having a number of lines less than that of the gauze body. 2. The virtual image appearance decorative body according to claim 1, wherein the decorative body is formed.
4. At least one other pixel layer formed by arranging a large number of pixels of the same shape and the same size in a row and column below the pixel layer is further laminated, and each of the other pixel layers is At least one set of a pixel and each plano-convex lens-shaped concentrator is completely overlapped in the upper and lower parts, and another pixel equidistant from the overlapping pixel corresponds to the other pixel. Is shifted radially outward with the same width around the overlapping pixel,
In addition, the plano-convex lens-shaped light-collecting element layer and the other pixel layers are arranged so that the width of a pixel outside the center pixel is shifted to be larger, and the plano-convex lens-shaped collection of pixels formed in each pixel layer is arranged. 4. A shift width with respect to a photon is different in each pixel layer, and each enlarged virtual image having the same shape as the shape of a pixel in each pixel layer appears at a different height position.
The virtual image manifestation decorative body according to any one of the above.
5. At least one other pixel layer formed by arranging a plurality of pixels of the same shape and the same size vertically and horizontally below the pixel layer is further laminated, and each of the other pixel layers is At least one set of a pixel and each plano-convex lens-shaped concentrator is completely overlapped in the upper and lower parts, and another pixel equidistant from the overlapping pixel corresponds to the other pixel. With the same width radially inward with the overlapping pixel as the center,
In addition, the plano-convex lens-shaped light-collecting element layer and another pixel layer are arranged so that the width of the pixel outside the center pixel becomes larger as the pixel is shifted, and two or more other pixel layers are stacked. In this case, the deviation width of the pixels formed in each other pixel layer with respect to the plano-convex lenticular concentrator is different in each of the other pixel layers, and is enlarged to have the same shape as the shape of the pixels in the other pixel layers. The virtual image appearance decoration according to any one of claims 1 to 3, wherein the virtual image appears below another pixel layer around the overlapping pixel.
6. A state in which a plurality of types of pixels having different shapes in one pixel layer are arranged vertically and horizontally in the same pattern, and an enlarged virtual image having the same shape as the shape of each pixel overlaps. The virtual image appearance decorative body according to any one of claims 1 to 5, wherein the decorative body appears.
7. A plano-convex lenticular element formed by arranging a large number of plano-convex lenticular elements having the same shape and the same size in the vertical and horizontal directions, and laminated below the plano-convex lenticular element. A transparent substrate layer and a pixel layer formed by arranging a large number of pixels of the same shape and the same size vertically and horizontally stacked under the transparent substrate layer. At least one set of each pixel completely overlaps the top and bottom, and another pixel equidistant from the overlapping pixel overlaps the other pixel and the corresponding plano-convex lenticular concentrator. The plano-convex lens-shaped light-collecting element layer and the pixel layer are shifted radially inward with respect to the pixel at the same width toward the inner side, and such that the width shifted toward the pixel outside the central pixel becomes larger. Are arranged and have the same shape as the shape of the pixel Wherein the enlarged virtual image appears below the pixel layer around the overlapping pixel.
8. A plano-convex lens-shaped light-collecting element layer is formed on one surface of a transparent substrate by a grid formed by gauze lines forming a gauze body satisfying 10 ≦ line number ≦ 70 by screen printing. Photoelements are printed, and the pixel layer is formed by a grid formed by a gauze line forming a gauze body having a close line number exceeding the gauze body line, and the other unit of the transparent substrate at the same pitch as the pitch of the grid unit. The virtual image appearance decorative body according to claim 7, wherein pixels are formed on the surface.
9. A plano-convex lens-shaped light-collecting element layer is formed on one surface of a transparent substrate by a grid formed by gauze lines forming a gauze body satisfying 10 ≦ line number ≦ 70 by screen printing. Photons are printed, and the pixel layer has pixels on the transparent film at the same pitch as the pitch of the grids in units of grids formed by gauze lines forming a grid having a close line count exceeding the grid count of the grid. The virtual image appearance decorative body according to claim 7, which is formed.
10. At least one other pixel layer formed by arranging a large number of pixels having the same shape and the same size in a matrix in a vertical and horizontal direction is laminated below the pixel layer, and each of the other pixel layers is At least one set of a pixel and each plano-convex lens-shaped concentrator is completely overlapped in the upper and lower parts, and another pixel equidistant from the overlapping pixel corresponds to the other pixel. The plano-convex lens-shaped light-collecting element layer is shifted radially inward with respect to the overlapping pixel at the same width toward the center, and the width shifted from the center pixel to the outer pixel increases. And other pixel layers are arranged, and the shift width of the pixels formed in each pixel layer with respect to the plano-convex lenticular concentrator is different in each pixel layer, and has the same shape as the pixel shape of each pixel layer Each enlarged virtual image is different 8. Appearing at a certain depth position
10. The virtual image manifestation decorative body according to any one of claims to 9.
11. At least one other pixel layer formed by arranging a large number of pixels having the same shape and the same size in a matrix in the vertical and horizontal directions under the pixel layer is further laminated, and each of the other pixel layers is At least one set of a pixel and each plano-convex lens-shaped concentrator is completely overlapped in the upper and lower parts, and another pixel equidistant from the overlapping pixel corresponds to the other pixel. The plano-convex lens-shaped light-collecting element layer is shifted radially outward with the same width around the overlapped pixel, and the width shifted from the center pixel to the outside pixel increases. And another pixel layer are arranged, and when two or more other pixel layers are stacked, the deviation width of the pixel formed in each other pixel layer with respect to the plano-convex lenticular light collector is set to Different in other pixel layers, other 10. A magnified virtual image having the same shape as the shape of the pixel of the pixel layer appears above the plano-convex lenticular element layer around the overlapping pixel.
The virtual image manifestation decorative body according to any one of the above.
12. A state in which a plurality of types of pixels having different shapes in one pixel layer are arranged in the same pattern in a number of rows and columns, and an enlarged virtual image having the same shape as the shape of each pixel overlaps. The virtual image appearance decoration body according to any one of claims 7 to 11, wherein the decoration body appears.
13. A plano-convex lens-shaped light-collecting element layer formed by arranging a large number of plano-convex lens-shaped light-collecting elements having the same shape and the same size vertically and horizontally, and laminated below the plano-convex lens-shaped light-collecting element layer. Transparent substrate layer and the same shape laminated under the transparent substrate layer.
A pixel layer formed by arranging a large number of pixels of the same size in a row and column so as to be tilted side by side in the same direction in a tilt pattern in which the columns of the pixels sequentially accumulate the same tilt angle,
At least one pair of each of the plano-convex lenticular elements and each of the pixels are completely overlapped in the vertical direction, and the other plano-diagonal equidistant planes centered on the overlapping plano-convex lenticular elements. Another pixel located at a position corresponding to the convex lens concentrator is laterally shifted to a point symmetric position with respect to the other plano-convex lens concentrator with respect to the overlapping plano-convex lens concentrator and radially outward. Is shifted toward
The plano-convex lens-shaped light-collecting element layer and the pixel layer are arranged such that the width of the other pixel outside the overlapping pixel shifts larger, and the virtual image of the deformed and enlarged pixel is overlapped. A virtual image appearance decoration body, which appears above the plano-convex lens-shaped light-collecting element layer with respect to a pixel located at the center.
14. A plano-convex lens-shaped light-collecting element layer is formed on one surface of a transparent substrate by a grid formed by gauze lines forming a gauze body satisfying 10 ≦ line number ≦ 70 by screen printing. Photons are printed, and the pixel layer has a tilt pattern that satisfies 0.001 ° ≤ tilt angle ≤ 1 ° based on the row of pixels parallel to the row of plano-convex lens-shaped light-collecting elements of the plano-convex lens-shaped light-collecting element layer. 14. The virtual image appearance decoration according to claim 13, wherein pixels are formed on the other surface of the transparent substrate.
15. A plano-convex lens-shaped light-collecting element layer is formed on one surface of a transparent substrate by a grid formed by gauze lines forming a gauze body satisfying 10 ≦ line number ≦ 70 by screen printing. Photons are printed, and the pixel layer has a tilt pattern that satisfies 0.001 ° ≤ tilt angle ≤ 1 ° based on the row of pixels parallel to the row of plano-convex lens-shaped light-collecting elements of the plano-convex lens-shaped light-collecting element layer. 14. The virtual image appearance decorative body according to claim 13, wherein pixels are formed on a transparent film.
16. A plurality of types of pixels having different shapes in a pixel layer, and a large number of the pixels are arranged in the same pattern in the vertical and horizontal directions, and the deformed and enlarged virtual images appear in an overlapping state. The virtual image appearance decorative body according to claim 13.
17. A plano-convex lenticular element formed by arranging a large number of plano-convex lenticular elements having the same shape and the same size in the vertical and horizontal directions, and laminated below the plano-convex lenticular element. Transparent substrate layer and the same shape laminated under the transparent substrate layer.
A pixel layer formed by arranging a large number of pixels of the same size in a row and column so as to be tilted side by side in the same direction in a tilt pattern in which the columns of the pixels sequentially accumulate the same tilt angle,
At least one pair of each of the plano-convex lenticular elements and each of the pixels are completely overlapped in the vertical direction, and the other plano-diagonal equidistant planes centered on the overlapping plano-convex lenticular elements. Another pixel at a position corresponding to the convex lens-shaped concentrator is shifted radially inward to a point symmetrical position with respect to the other plano-convex lens-shaped concentrator with respect to the overlapping plano-convex lens-shaped concentrator. Is shifted toward
The plano-convex lens-shaped light-collecting element layer and the pixel layer are arranged such that the width of the other pixel outside the overlapping pixel shifts larger, and the virtual image of the deformed and enlarged pixel is overlapped. A virtual image appearing decorative body, which appears below the pixel layer with respect to a pixel that exists.
18. A plano-convex lens-shaped light-collecting element layer is provided on one surface of a transparent substrate by a grid formed by gauze lines forming a gauze body satisfying 10 ≦ line number ≦ 70 by screen printing. Photons are printed, and the pixel layer has a tilt pattern that satisfies 0.001 ° ≤ tilt angle ≤ 1 ° based on the row of pixels parallel to the row of plano-convex lens-shaped light-collecting elements of the plano-convex lens-shaped light-collecting element layer. The virtual image appearance decoration according to claim 17, wherein pixels are formed on the other surface of the transparent substrate.
19. A plano-convex lens-shaped light-collecting element layer is formed on one surface of a transparent substrate by a grid formed by gauze lines forming a gauze body satisfying 10 ≦ line number ≦ 70 by screen printing. Photons are printed, and the pixel layer has a tilt pattern that satisfies 0.001 ° ≤ tilt angle ≤ 1 ° based on the row of pixels parallel to the row of plano-convex lens-shaped light-collecting elements of the plano-convex lens-shaped light-collecting element layer. 18. The virtual image appearance decorative body according to claim 17, wherein pixels are formed on the transparent film.
20. A plurality of types of pixels having different shapes in a pixel layer. A large number of the pixels are arranged in the same pattern in the vertical and horizontal directions, and the deformed and enlarged virtual images appear in an overlapping state. The virtual image appearance decoration according to any one of claims 17 to 19.
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