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JP2016539378A5
JP2016539378A5 JP2016540873A JP2016540873A JP2016539378A5 JP 2016539378 A5 JP2016539378 A5 JP 2016539378A5 JP 2016540873 A JP2016540873 A JP 2016540873A JP 2016540873 A JP2016540873 A JP 2016540873A JP 2016539378 A5 JP2016539378 A5 JP 2016539378A5
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Another visual effect is realized in other embodiments of the assembly. Among other things, the printed image can include a wallpaper pattern (eg, comprising icons, logos, and other symbols) and an overlay pattern. The printed image can then be viewed so that the wallpaper pattern can be viewed from multiple viewpoints (when the assembly is rotated / tilted at different angles relative to the viewer's line of sight) and the overlay pattern spans multiple viewpoints. It is possible to include mapped pixels to have different visibility ranges. For example, different visibility can include overlays that are not visible (or slightly visible) to the viewer along the vertical viewpoint of the assembly, but vertical (in some cases, Rotating or tilting the assembly further away from any direction) increases the darkness or brightness of the overlay pattern until it is fully visible (or in the range of 45-60 degrees, etc.) Cause the color to become darker or lighter to the extent that it can be some extreme angle to the vertical, such as the angle inside.
A first aspect of the present invention is a visual display assembly useful as an anti-counterfeit device on banknotes, product labels, and other objects.
A film comprising a first surface comprising an array of lenses and a second surface opposite the first surface;
An image layer proximate to the second surface, the image layer comprising an image layer comprising pixels of a frame of an image interlaced with respect to two orthogonal axes;
The image layer is adapted to display an image including a set of symbols;
The set of symbols is activated by a first display effect when the assembly is rotated about a first axis from a vertical viewpoint;
The set of symbols is activated by a second display effect when the assembly is rotated from the vertical viewpoint about a second axis perpendicular to the first axis. Is the gist.
According to a second aspect of the present invention, in the first aspect, the first display effect is that the first subset of the symbols is moved in a first direction, and the second subset of the symbols is The gist is to include moving in a second direction opposite to the first direction.
The gist of the second aspect of the present invention is that, in the first aspect, the first and second directions are orthogonal to the first axis.
According to a fourth aspect of the present invention, in the second aspect, the set of symbols includes a foreground symbol and a plurality of background symbols, and the plurality of background symbols are offset, and the foreground The foreground symbol is in the first display effect while appearing in a layer behind the symbol and moving the background symbol relative to the foreground symbol This is the gist.
According to a fifth aspect of the present invention, in the fourth aspect, the foreground symbol is flipped or morphed between a first image and a second image different from the first image. In summary, the background symbol remains stationary due to the second display effect.
According to a sixth aspect of the present invention, in the first aspect, the first and second display effects include 3D stacking, 3D real, motion, flip, animation, morphing, on and off, and zoom. The gist is that each is selected from a group of effects.
The gist of a seventh aspect of the present invention is that, in the first aspect, the lens is a round base lens, a square base lens, a hexagonal base lens, or a parallelogram type lens. .
An eighth aspect of the invention provides that in the seventh aspect, the lenses of the array are provided at 200 LPI or higher when measured along a row of lenses in any or any direction. The gist.
A ninth aspect of the present invention is summarized in that, in the first aspect, each of the frames is formed from different viewpoints of one or a plurality of the images.
According to a tenth aspect of the present invention, in the first aspect, the image layer is a printed image.
The gist of the present invention is that it comprises a film layer or a film having a plurality of metal nanostructures or clear film nanostructures.
An eleventh aspect of the present invention is the metal or clear according to the first aspect, wherein the image layer is formed to provide the pixels of the frame of the image interlaced with respect to two orthogonal axes. The gist of the invention is that it is made of a film having a surface composed of various film nanostructures.
The gist of a twelfth aspect of the present invention is that, in the eleventh aspect, the metal nanostructure is formed using plasmon resonance.
A thirteenth aspect of the present invention is summarized in that, in the eleventh aspect, the film is made of a non-basis relief or embossed film containing the metal or a clear film nanostructure.
A fourteenth aspect of the present invention is summarized in that, in the eleventh aspect, the metal or clear film nanostructure is provided at a pitch of less than 10,000 nanometers.
The fifteenth aspect of the present invention is summarized in that, in the fourteenth aspect, the metal or clear film nanostructure provides an effective print resolution of at least 10,000 dot per inch.
According to a sixteenth aspect of the present invention, in the eleventh aspect, the metal nanostructure encodes color information with a dimensional parameter of the metal nanostructure, and defines each color of the pixel of the frame of the image The gist is that it is formed.
A seventeenth aspect of the present invention is characterized in that, in the sixteenth aspect, the optical pitch of the array of lenses matches the resonance of a color pixel provided by the metal or clear film nanostructure. .
The eighteenth aspect of the present invention is summarized in that, in the eleventh aspect, the film is composed of a gold, aluminum, silver, or polymer layer in which the nanostructure is formed.
A nineteenth aspect of the present invention is summarized in that, in the eleventh aspect, the frame corresponds to a matrix having a maximum of 62,500 image frames.
A twentieth aspect of the present invention provides a device suitable for protecting against counterfeiting,
A film comprising a first surface comprising an array of lenses and a second surface opposite the first surface;
A print image proximate to the second surface, the print image comprising pixels of a frame of an image arranged according to a pixel mapping configured to provide biaxial activation. When,
The gist of the apparatus consists of a substrate having a surface on which the printed image and the film are supported.
According to a twenty-first aspect of the present invention, in the twentieth aspect, the biaxial activation comprises displaying an image by a first layer of an image and a second layer of the image, wherein the first of the image The gist of the first layer of the image comprising a layer appears from a plurality of viewpoints so as to float at a different level from the second layer of the image.
According to a twenty-second aspect of the present invention, in the twentieth aspect, the biaxial activation creates a first display effect when the device is rotated about a first axis, and the device is When rotated about a second axis transverse to one axis, it comprises creating a second display effect, said first and second display effects being 3D stacked, 3D real, The gist is that each is selected from the group of display effects consisting of motion, flip, animation, morphing, on and off, and zoom.
According to a twenty-third aspect of the present invention, in the twenty-second aspect, the first and second display effects cause the set of image elements to move in a direction opposite to the direction of the rotation of the device. It consists of the following.
According to a twenty-fourth aspect of the present invention, in the twenty-third aspect, the first display effect is that the foreground image element is different from the first symbol to the first symbol.
The gist of the invention is to cause flipping to the second symbol.
According to a twenty-fifth aspect of the present invention, in the twenty-third aspect, the second display effect is further animated in a manner independent of the foreground image element or the set of image elements. The gist is that it is caused to be done.
According to a twenty-sixth aspect of the present invention, in the twenty-second aspect, the first and second display effects cause the set of image elements to move in a direction perpendicular to the direction of the rotation of the device. It becomes the summary.
According to a twenty-seventh aspect of the present invention, in the twenty-sixth aspect, the first display effect is further flipped from the first symbol to a second symbol different from the first symbol in the foreground image element. The gist is that it is caused to cause.
According to a twenty-eighth aspect of the present invention, in the twenty-sixth aspect, the second display effect is further animated in a manner independent of the foreground image element or the set of image elements. The gist is that it is caused to be done.
A twenty-ninth aspect of the present invention provides a method for manufacturing an anti-counterfeit device,
Generating a print file defining a two-axis interlace of a matrix of image frames;
Providing a transparent film comprising an array of lenses on a first surface;
Printing an ink layer on a second surface opposite the first surface based on the print file, or providing a thin metal film comprising nanostructures, the array comprising: The lens is a round, hexagonal, or square base lens nested in the array; and
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Generating the print file comprises providing a pixel mapping of an interlaced image, the interlaced image providing an image element when viewed through the array of lenses, the image element comprising: When the anti-counterfeit device is rotated about a first axis, it is first activated to provide a first display effect, the anti-counterfeit device being transverse to the first axis. In summary, the method is activated to provide a second display effect when rotated about a second axis.
The gist of a thirtieth aspect of the present invention is that, in the twenty-ninth aspect, the image frame is composed of images from a plurality of viewpoints with respect to a horizontal axis and a vertical axis.
According to a thirty-first aspect of the present invention, in the twenty-ninth aspect, the step of generating the print file comprises combining the image frames from the rows of the matrix in the vertical direction, comprising combining pixels in the X-axis. The present invention includes the steps of obtaining a pixel file, and then combining the vertical pixel file to obtain the print file.
According to a thirty-second aspect of the present invention, in the twenty-ninth aspect, the step of generating the print file includes the step of adjusting the size of the print file so as to match the optical pitch of the array of lenses. The gist.
According to a thirty-third aspect of the present invention, in the twenty-ninth aspect, the step of generating the print file defining a two-axis interlace of a matrix of image frames is a non-sequential process, wherein The gist of the invention is that it consists of a step of mapping a pixel to two or more.
According to a thirty-fourth aspect of the present invention, in the thirty-third aspect, the non-sequential process is performed based on a viewing distribution with respect to the lenses of the array, and the lenses of the array are square, hexagonal or circular The gist is that the lens is a non-linear lens having a base.
According to a 35th aspect of the present invention, in the 29th aspect, the first and second display effects are 3
The gist is selected from the group of display effects consisting of D stacking, 3D real, motion, flip, animation, morphing, on and off, and zoom.
A thirty-sixth aspect of the present invention is summarized in that, in the thirty-fifth aspect, the first display effect is different from the second display effect.
According to a thirty-seventh aspect of the present invention, in the thirty-fifth aspect, the first display effect is used to activate the first set of image elements, and the second display effect is the image. The gist is that it is used to activate a second set of image elements different from the first set of elements.
The gist of a thirty-eighth aspect of the present invention is that, in the twenty-ninth aspect, the nanostructure is formed using plasmon resonance.
A thirty-ninth aspect of the present invention is characterized in that, in the twenty-ninth aspect, the thin metal film is made of a non-basis relief or embossed film manufactured to include the nanostructure.
A 40th aspect of the present invention is summarized in that, in the 29th aspect, the nanostructures are provided at a pitch of less than 300 nanometers.
The 41st aspect of the present invention is summarized in that, in the 40th aspect, the nanostructure provides an effective print resolution of at least 10,000 dot per inch.
According to a forty-second aspect of the present invention, in the twenty-ninth aspect, the nanostructure encodes color information with a dimensional parameter of the nanostructure and defines a color of each of the pixels of the frame of the image. The gist is that it is formed.
The forty-third aspect of the present invention is summarized in that, in the forty-second aspect, the optical pitch of the array of lenses matches the resonance of the color pixel provided by the nanostructure.

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  1. In a useful visual display assembly as counterfeit protection device,
    A film of transparent material consisting of a first surface comprising an array of lenses and a second surface opposite the first surface;
    A print image in proximity to the second surface, the printed image is composed of a plurality of pixels of a plurality of frames of interlaced plurality of images with respect to the axis of the two orthogonal consists of a print image,
    The print image is adapted such that the image displayed from the perspective of the vertical line comprises a first set of symbols and a second set of symbols ;
    In the displayed image, the first and second sets of symbols move in opposite directions when the visual display assembly is rotated about a first axis from the perspective of the normal;
    Each of the plurality of frames comprises a different viewpoint of one or more images;
    The plurality of frames comprises a plurality of frames providing at least three viewpoints along a first axis of the two orthogonal axes;
    The visual display assembly, wherein the plurality of frames further comprises at least two additional viewpoints corresponding to each of the three viewpoints along a second axis of the two orthogonal axes .
  2. The printed image has a first and second symbol in one displayed image when the visual display assembly is rotated about a second axis perpendicular to the first axis from the perpendicular viewpoint. The visual display assembly of claim 1, adapted to move in a single direction orthogonal to the second axis.
  3. In visual display assemblies useful as anti-counterfeiting devices,
    A film of transparent material consisting of a first surface comprising an array of lenses and a second surface opposite the first surface;
    A print image proximate to the second surface, the print image comprising a print image comprising a plurality of pixels of a plurality of frames of a plurality of images interlaced with respect to two orthogonal axes;
    The print image is a symbol of the first set displayed from a perpendicular viewpoint.
    And adapted to comprise a second set of symbols,
    In the displayed image, when the visual display assembly is rotated about a first axis from the perspective of the normal, the first and second sets of symbols are the first of the visual display assembly. A visual display assembly in which the print image is adapted to be movable in a single direction parallel to the axis of the display.
  4. The printed image has a first and second symbol in one displayed image when the visual display assembly is rotated about a second axis perpendicular to the first axis from the perpendicular viewpoint. The visual display assembly of claim 3, wherein the visual display assembly is adapted to move in a single direction orthogonal to the second axis.
  5. In a visual display assembly useful as an anti-counterfeit device on banknotes and product labels,
    A film of transparent material consisting of a first surface comprising an array of lenses and a second surface opposite the first surface;
    A print image proximate to the second surface, the print image comprising a print image comprising a plurality of pixels of a plurality of frames of a plurality of images interlaced with respect to two orthogonal axes;
    A visual display assembly, wherein the printed image comprises a wallpaper pattern and an overlay pattern, the wallpaper pattern being viewable from a plurality of viewpoints, wherein the overlay pattern has different visibility ranges across the viewpoints. .
  6. In the manufacturing method of the forgery prevention device,
    Generating a print file defining a two-axis interlace of a matrix of image frames;
    Providing a transparent film comprising an array of lenses on a first surface;
    Providing an ink layer on a second surface opposite the first surface based on the print file, wherein the lenses of the array are aligned in parallel rows and parallel columns; A round or square-based lens nested in the array
    Consists of
    Generating the print file comprises providing an interlaced image, the interlaced image providing first and second image elements when viewed through the array of lenses; The first and second image elements move in different directions relative to each other when the anti-counterfeiting device is rotated about a first axis.
  7. The first and second image elements move in the same direction relative to each other when the anti-counterfeiting device is rotated about a second axis orthogonal to the first axis. Method.
  8. In the manufacturing method of the forgery prevention device,
    Generating a print file defining a two-axis interlace of a matrix of image frames;
    Providing a transparent film comprising an array of lenses on a first surface;
    Providing an ink layer on a second surface opposite the first surface based on the print file, wherein the lenses of the array are aligned in parallel rows and parallel columns; A round or square-based lens nested in the array
    Consists of
    Generating the print file comprises providing an interlaced image, the interlaced image providing first and second image elements when viewed through the array of lenses; The first and second image elements move relative to each other when the anti-counterfeiting device is rotated about a first axis, the matching direction being parallel to the first axis. Is that way.
  9. The first and second image elements move in a second matching direction relative to each other when the anti-counterfeit device is rotated about a second axis orthogonal to the first axis, 9. The method of claim 8, wherein two matching directions are parallel to the second axis.
  10. In visual display assemblies useful as anti-counterfeiting devices,
    A film of transparent material consisting of a first surface comprising an array of lenses and a second surface opposite the first surface;
    A print image proximate to the second surface;
    The printed image provides a biaxial activation by consisting of a plurality of pixels of a plurality of frames of a plurality of images interlaced with respect to two orthogonal axes, wherein the visual display assembly is perpendicular A portion of the printed image is activated by a first display effect when rotated about a first axis from a first viewpoint, and the visual display assembly is first viewed from the perpendicular viewpoint. A portion of the printed image is activated by a second display effect when rotated about a second axis orthogonal to the axis;
    Each of the plurality of frames comprises a different viewpoint of one or more images;
    The plurality of frames comprises a plurality of frames providing at least three viewpoints along a first axis of the two orthogonal axes;
    The visual display assembly, wherein the plurality of frames further comprises at least two additional viewpoints corresponding to each of the three viewpoints along a second axis of the two orthogonal axes.
  11. The visual display assembly of claim 10, wherein the lenses of the array are nested in a plurality of parallel rows and columns.
  12. The visual display assembly of claim 10, wherein the lens is a circular or square based lens.
  13. 13. The visual display assembly of claim 12, wherein the lenses of the array are provided at 200 LPI or higher when measured along both of the two orthogonal axes.
  14. The visual display assembly of claim 12, wherein each of the lenses has a focal length of less than 10/1000 inches.
  15. When the image displayed from the normal viewpoint comprises a first set of symbols and a second set of symbols, and the visual display assembly is rotated about the first axis from the normal viewpoint 11. The visual display assembly of claim 10, wherein the print image is adapted such that the first and second sets of symbols move in opposite directions in the image displayed on the screen.
  16. In an image displayed when the visual display assembly is rotated from a perspective of the normal around a second axis orthogonal to the first axis, a first and second set of symbols are The visual display assembly of claim 15, wherein the print image is adapted to move in a single direction perpendicular to the second axis.
  17. When the image displayed from the normal viewpoint comprises a first set of symbols and a second set of symbols, and the visual display assembly is rotated about the first axis from the normal viewpoint The printed image is adapted such that the first and second sets of symbols move in a single direction parallel to the first axis of the visual display assembly. The visual display assembly according to claim 10.
  18. In an image displayed when the visual display assembly is rotated from a perspective of the normal around a second axis orthogonal to the first axis, a first and second set of symbols are The visual display assembly of claim 17, wherein the print image is adapted to move in a single direction orthogonal to the second axis.
  19. The print image comprises a wallpaper pattern and an overlay pattern, wherein the wallpaper pattern is viewable from a plurality of viewpoints, and the overlay pattern has a range of different visibility over a plurality of viewpoints. The visual display assembly described.
  20. In anti-counterfeiting devices,
    A film formed of at least a light transmissive material comprising a first surface including an array of lenses and a second surface opposite the first surface;
    An ink layer proximate to the second surface and providing a print image;
    The print image comprises a plurality of pixels of a plurality of frames of one or more images interlaced with respect to two orthogonal axes;
    The plurality of frames comprises a plurality of frames providing at least three viewpoints along a first axis of the two orthogonal axes;
    The forgery prevention device, wherein the plurality of frames further include at least two additional viewpoints corresponding to each of the three viewpoints along a second axis of the two orthogonal axes.
  21. 21. The anti-counterfeit device of claim 20, wherein the lenses of the array are nested in a plurality of parallel rows and columns.
  22. 21. The forgery prevention device according to claim 20, wherein the lens is a circular or square base lens.
  23. 23. The anti-counterfeit device of claim 22, wherein the lenses of the array are provided at 200 LPI or higher when measured along both of the two orthogonal axes.
  24. 23. The anti-counterfeit device of claim 22, wherein each lens has a focal length of less than 10/1000 inches.
  25. When the image displayed from the normal viewpoint comprises a first set of symbols and a second set of symbols, and the visual display assembly is rotated about the first axis from the normal viewpoint 21. The anti-counterfeiting device according to claim 20, wherein the print image is adapted such that the first and second sets of symbols move in opposite directions.
  26. In an image displayed when the visual display assembly is rotated from a perspective of the normal around a second axis orthogonal to the first axis, a first and second set of symbols are 26. The anti-counterfeit device of claim 25, wherein the print image is adapted to move in a single direction perpendicular to the second axis.
  27. When the image displayed from the normal viewpoint comprises a first set of symbols and a second set of symbols, and the visual display assembly is rotated about the first axis from the normal viewpoint The printed image is adapted such that the first and second sets of symbols move in a single direction parallel to the first axis of the visual display assembly. The forgery prevention device according to claim 20.
  28. In an image displayed when the visual display assembly is rotated from a perspective of the normal around a second axis orthogonal to the first axis, a first and second set of symbols are 28. The anti-counterfeit device of claim 27, wherein the print image is adapted to move in a single direction orthogonal to the second axis.
  29. 21. The print image comprises a wallpaper pattern and an overlay pattern, wherein the wallpaper pattern is viewable from a plurality of viewpoints, and the overlay pattern has different visibility ranges across a plurality of viewpoints. The forgery prevention device described.
  30. In the manufacturing method of the forgery prevention device,
    Providing a transparent film comprising an array of lenses on a first surface;
    Printing an ink layer on a second surface opposite the first surface based on a print file to provide a two-axis interlace of a matrix of image frames;
    The print file defines an interlaced image, and the interlaced image provides first and second image elements when viewed through the array of lenses, the first and second image elements being , When the anti-counterfeit device is rotated about the first axis, it moves in different directions relative to each other, or the print file defines an interlaced image, and the interlaced image is Providing first and second image elements when viewed through the array of lenses, wherein the first and second image elements are rotated when the anti-counterfeit device is rotated about a first axis; Move in a matching direction relative to each other,
    The image frame comprises images from a plurality of viewpoints with respect to a horizontal axis and a vertical axis;
    The print file is obtained by combining image frames from the columns of the matrix to obtain a vertical pixel file consisting of combined pixels on the X axis, and to combine the vertical pixel file to obtain the print file. The method further comprising the step of generating .
  31. 31. The method of claim 30, further comprising generating the print file by adjusting the size of the print file to match the optical pitch of the array of lenses.
  32. 31. The first and second image elements of claim 30, wherein the first and second image elements move in the same direction relative to each other when the anti-counterfeiting device is rotated about a second axis that is orthogonal to the first axis. Method.
  33. The first and second image elements move in a second matching direction relative to each other when the anti-counterfeit device is rotated about a second axis orthogonal to the first axis, 32. The method of claim 30, wherein two matching directions are parallel to the second axis.
  34. When the lenses of the array are measured along both of the two orthogonal axes, 20
    31. The method of claim 30, wherein the lens is provided at 0 LPI or more, and each lens has a focal length of less than 10/1000 inches.
  35. 31. The method of claim 30, wherein the print file defines a two-axis interlace of a matrix of image frames by mapping pixels to two or more of the lenses in the array in a non-sequential process.
  36. In the manufacturing method of the forgery prevention device,
    Providing a transparent film comprising an array of lenses on a first surface;
    Depositing an ink layer on a second surface opposite the first surface based on a print file that provides a two-axis interlace of a matrix of image frames;
    Generating the print file comprises providing an interlaced image, the interlaced image providing first and second image elements when viewed through the array of lenses, And the second image element moves in a matching direction relative to each other when the anti-counterfeiting device is rotated about the first axis, the matching direction being parallel to the first axis. Yes,
    The image frame comprises images from a plurality of viewpoints with respect to a horizontal axis and a vertical axis;
    Generating the print file comprises adjusting the size of the print file to match the optical pitch of the array of lenses.
  37. The first and second image elements move in a second matching direction relative to each other when the anti-counterfeit device is rotated about a second axis orthogonal to the first axis, 37. The method of claim 36, wherein two matching directions are parallel to the second axis.
  38. Generating the print file obtains a vertical pixel file consisting of combined pixels in the X axis, and combines the vertical pixel file to obtain the print file to generate an image from the matrix column. 40. The method of claim 36, comprising generating the print file by combining frames.
  39. The lenses of the array are provided at 200 LPI or higher when measured along both of the two orthogonal axes, each of the lenses having a focal length of less than 0.254 millimeters (10/1000 inches) 38. The method of claim 36.
  40. Generating the print file defining a two-axis interlace of a matrix of image frames comprises mapping pixels to two or more of the lenses in the array in a non-sequential process. 36. The method according to 36.
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