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JP5336928B2
JP5336928B2 JP2009123227A JP2009123227A JP5336928B2 JP 5336928 B2 JP5336928 B2 JP 5336928B2 JP 2009123227 A JP2009123227 A JP 2009123227A JP 2009123227 A JP2009123227 A JP 2009123227A JP 5336928 B2 JP5336928 B2 JP 5336928B2
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  The present invention relates to a movable accessory device provided in a ball game machine, and more particularly to a movable accessory device capable of lighting effects by a light source and a lens.

  In some ball game machines represented by pachinko machines, a variable display device and a start prize opening are provided in the game area of the game board. There is a model in which an electronic lottery is performed as an opportunity, and a variable display device performs a variable display and a stop display based on the lottery result. Electronic lottery results include winning (winning) and losing (non-winning). If the lottery result is winning, a combination of predetermined special symbols is displayed on the variable display device, and from normal mode to special game mode And migrate. In this special game mode, for example, a game ball enters a big prize opening exposed by an attacker opening operation, so that the player can acquire many prize balls.

  In such a ball game machine, a movable body whose movable mode can be changed is arranged at an appropriate position in the game area or in the vicinity thereof, and it is suggested or notified by the movable mode of the movable body that it is won by electronic lottery. A movable accessory device is widely adopted. Such a movable accessory device includes a movable body that performs various motions using a motor, a solenoid, or the like as a drive source. Conventionally, a plurality of LEDs and lenses are provided on a horizontally long movable body disposed at an upper position of a game board. And a movable accessory device that produces glare by turning the LED light emitted from the lens into the player's field of view by rotating the movable body up and down about a horizontal axis. It is known (see, for example, Patent Document 1).

JP 2008-228801 A

  By the way, in the movable accessory apparatus disclosed in Patent Document 1, a lens having a convex lens shape is arranged in front of the LED built in the movable body, and the light of the LED is condensed like a spotlight using the lens. Therefore, the direction of light emission is limited to the optical axis direction of the lens, and only the light emitted from one lens held at a fixed position has individual differences in the eye position. There is a risk that it will not be possible to provide a reliable lighting effect for the player. Therefore, in the above prior art, a plurality of lenses are arranged in a horizontal row on a horizontally long movable body to spread the emitted light in the left-right direction, and the movable body is rotationally driven by a motor to spread the emitted light in the vertical direction. However, there is a problem that the degree of freedom of the installation location of the movable body is remarkably restricted because the movable body must be enlarged in the lateral direction, and the drive mechanism of the movable body is complicated. There was also a problem of becoming.

  The present invention has been made in view of such a state of the art, and an object of the present invention is to provide a movable accessory device capable of giving a glare feeling over a wide range with light emitted from one lens. It is in.

In order to achieve the above object, the present invention provides a movable accessory device that is disposed in a game area of a game board and is movable , a movable body that can be moved using a motor as a drive source, and an interior of the movable body. A light source provided; a lens bulging in a circular shape disposed in front of the light source; and a hollow structure cover integrated with the movable main body so as to surround the lens; On the surface of the light emitting side , a flat portion for linearly propagating light and a sawtooth portion for rising from there and refracting light are formed stepwise and concentrically around the central portion of the lens toward the outer periphery , It is formed with a plurality of ribs extending radially from the lens to the inner wall surface of the cover, in accordance with the movement mode of the moving body, lighting effect based on a light source for emitting light toward the lens and the lens It was configured to perform.

In the movable accessory device configured as described above, a flat portion that linearly advances light and a sawtooth that rises from the light and refracts light on the exit side surface of the lens that bulges in a circular shape disposed in front of the light source. Are formed stepwise and concentrically from the center of the lens toward the outer periphery, so that the lens has both light straightness due to the flat part and light diffusivity due to the sawtooth part. In addition, since a plurality of ribs extending radially are formed on the inner wall surface of the cover arranged so as to surround the lens, the diffused light emitted from the lens is reflected by the ribs, and the contrast between light and darkness is increased. You can turn it on. As a result, the player sees the diffused light that shines brightly at the opening end of the cover and the straight light from the light source at the same time, and can emit a glare over a wide range with the light emitted from one lens. .

  In the above configuration, a support body that rotatably supports the movable body, an operating body that is slidably held on the support body and engages with the movable body, and guide means that guides the support body in the vertical direction. And a power conversion mechanism that converts the rotation of the motor into linear movement of the support, and slides the actuator against the part of the housing during the movement of the support Thus, if the movable main body is configured to rotate by a predetermined angle, the light emission direction can be suddenly changed by rotating (swinging) during the vertical movement of the movable main body. The movable body moves up and down by moving the movable body up and down with the opening of the side facing sideways and swinging the movable body in the middle to direct the opening of the cover to the player Preferable to be able to carry out a novel lighting director of al suddenly bright light is emitted.

In the movable accessory device of the present invention, a flat portion that advances light straight and a sawtooth portion that rises from the light and refracts light is formed on the exit side surface of the lens located in front of the light source built in the movable body . Since it is formed stepwise and concentrically from the center to the outer periphery , the lens can have both light straightness by the flat part and light diffusivity by the sawtooth part, Since a plurality of ribs extending radially are formed on the inner wall surface of the cover arranged so as to surround the lens that bulges in the shape of a circle, the diffused light emitted from the lens is reflected by the ribs and becomes bright and dark. Contrast can be added. Therefore, the player sees the diffused light that shines brightly at the opening end of the cover and the straight light from the light source at the same time, so that the player can feel a glare over a wide range with the light emitted from one lens.

It is a perspective view which shows the external appearance of a pachinko machine. It is a front view of the game board with which the pachinko machine of FIG. 1 is equipped. It is a front view of the game board when the movable accessory device according to the embodiment of the present invention is in an operating state. It is a perspective view of this movable accessory device. It is a front view of this movable accessory apparatus. It is a bottom view of this movable accessory apparatus. It is a rear view of this movable accessory apparatus. It is a top view of this movable accessory apparatus. It is a side view of this movable accessory apparatus. It is sectional drawing which follows the AA line of FIG. It is a perspective view of the lens with which this movable accessory apparatus is equipped. It is sectional drawing of this lens. It is a front view which shows the state in the middle of the movable main body with which this movable accessory apparatus is equipped move from a standby position to an operation position. FIG. 14 is a rear view corresponding to FIG. 13. It is a front view which shows the state which this movable main body moved to the operation position. FIG. 16 is a rear view corresponding to FIG. 15.

  An embodiment of the invention will be described with reference to the drawings. As shown in FIG. 1, a pachinko machine P to which the movable accessory device of the present invention is applied includes a machine frame 1 arranged in an island facility of a game arcade, A front frame 2 attached to the machine frame 1 in a door-like manner, a game board 3 stored and held in the front frame 2, and a glass attached to the front surface of the front frame 2 in a door-like manner. A door 4, a front board 5 disposed below the front frame 2, a launching handle 6 attached to the front board 5, and the like are provided, and a tray 7 is provided on the front board 5.

  As shown in FIGS. 2 and 3, the board surface of the game board 3 is a game area 9 surrounded by guide rails 8 and the like, and when the firing handle 6 is rotated at an arbitrary angle by the player, it is not shown. The launching device continuously launches the game balls stored in the tray 7 toward the game area 9. In the vicinity of the upper center of the game area 9, a central accessory unit 10 is disposed. The central accessory unit 10 includes a frame-shaped decorative case 12 having an opening 11 in the central portion, and a right side portion of the decorative case 12. And a movable accessory device 13 which will be described later. A variable display device 14 made of a liquid crystal panel (LCD) is disposed on the back surface of the central accessory unit 10, and a display screen 14 a of the variable display device 14 is exposed from the opening 11 of the decorative case 12. .

  The decorative case 12 is provided with a two-stage stage 15 composed of an upper stage 15a and a lower stage 15b. The upper stage 15a extends in the left-right direction along the lower side of the opening 11, and a through hole (not shown) that communicates with the lower stage 15b is formed at the center thereof. The lower stage 15b extends in the left-right direction along the lower surface of the upper stage 15a, and a groove 15c is formed at the center thereof. Also, a hollow warp passage 12a is formed on the left side wall of the decorative case 12, and the entrance of the warp passage 12a is open to the game area 9, and the exit of the warp passage 12a is the upper left of the upper stage 15a. Open to the part. Therefore, when a game ball flowing down the game area 9 on the left side of the central bonus unit 10 enters the warp passage 12a, the game ball passes through the warp passage 12a and is discharged to the upper stage 15a, and then the upper stage. It rolls on 15a and is guided from the through hole to the lower stage 15b.

  A first start winning port 16 and a second start winning port 17 are arranged vertically below the groove 15c of the second stage 15 and roll on the lower stage 15b to fall from the groove 15c. The gaming balls thus made are guided to the first start winning opening 16 with a high probability. Here, the first start winning opening 16 is a start winning opening having a simple structure with a winning hole opened on the upper surface, while the second starting winning opening 17 is a start winning opening having an electric tulip structure having a pair of movable pieces. It has become. When a game ball wins one of the first and second start winning openings 16 and 17, an electronic lottery with a special symbol display is performed as a trigger, and the symbol is displayed on the display screen 14a of the variable display device 14. The change display and stop display are performed. In addition, a passing chucker 18 is arranged on the left side of the central bonus unit 10, and an electronic lottery with a normal symbol display is performed when a game ball passes through the passing chucker 18, and the lottery result is won. In this case, the movable piece of the second start winning opening 17 is temporarily opened to allow game balls to enter.

  Further, an attacker 19 is disposed immediately below the second start winning opening 17, and the attacker 19 covers a large winning opening (not shown). As a result of an electronic lottery with a special symbol display performed when a game ball wins at one of the first and second start winning holes 16 and 17, the attacker 19 wins a bonus game state (special This device is activated when the game mode is entered. Specifically, when the lottery result of the special symbol display is a win, the variation display of the symbol is stopped on the display screen 14a of the variable display device 14 at a specific symbol, for example, “777”, and the attacker 19 is operated a plurality of times. Repeatedly open to expose the grand prize opening. The attacker 19 maintains the open state until 30 seconds pass for one opening operation or until 10 game balls enter the big winning opening, and the big hit ends after repeating the opening operation 15 times, for example. To do. In addition, the game area 9 is provided with a plurality of general winning holes 20 for only paying out game balls, and game balls that have not won any of the starting winning holes 16, 17 or the general winning holes 20, The game area 9 is discharged to the back side of the game board 3 from an out port 21 provided at the lowermost end of the game area 9.

  As shown in FIGS. 4 to 10, the movable accessory device 13 according to the embodiment of the present invention includes a bracket 22 made of a metal plate disposed on the back of the right side of the decorative case 12, and a front surface of the bracket 22. A holding case 23 made of synthetic resin, a motor 24 attached to the lower end of the front surface of the bracket 22, a gear train 25 pivotally supported at the lower end of the back surface of the bracket 22, and a pair of attachments attached to the back surface of the bracket 22 Guide rails 26, a support body 27 that is held by these guide rails 26 so as to be movable up and down, a movable body 28 that is rotatably supported at the top end of the support body 27, and a space between the support body 27 and the movable body 28. It is mainly comprised by the action | operation body 29 grade | etc., Interposed.

  The bracket 22 is fixed to the back surface of the decorative case 12 by screws, and the bracket 22 and the holding case 23 are integrated by screws to form a housing 30. An inclined portion 23 a is formed in the vicinity of the center of the left side surface of the holding case 23, and a relay substrate 42 is attached to the front lower end portion of the holding case 23.

  The motor 24 is laminated and integrated with the reduction gear unit 31, and the output shaft of the reduction gear unit 31 passes through the bracket 22 and is fixed to the first gear of the gear train 25. The final gear of the gear train 25 is meshed with a rack 27 a formed on the support body 27, and the rack 27 a extends in the vertical direction along the axis of the guide rail 26. Therefore, when the motor 24 rotates in either the forward or reverse direction, the support 27 is guided by the guide rail 26 and moves in the vertical direction (arrow Y1-Y2 direction). The gear train 25 and the rack 27a cause the motor 24 to move. A power conversion mechanism that converts the rotation into a linear vertical motion of the support 27 is configured.

  A square-shaped arm portion 27 b is integrally formed at the upper end portion of the support body 27, and the arm portion 27 b protrudes leftward from the side surface of the bracket 22. A receiving plate 32 is screwed to the lower surface of the arm portion 27b. As shown in FIG. 10, two guide pins 32a project from the upper surface of the receiving plate 32 at a predetermined interval. . The operating body 29 is slidably disposed between the lower surface of the arm portion 27 b and the receiving plate 32, and both guide pins 32 a of the receiving plate 32 are engaged with long holes 29 a formed in the operating body 29. The operating body 29 is movable in the direction of the arrow X1-X2 in FIG. An engagement pin 29b is formed at the end of the operating body 29 on the arrow X1 side, and a drive pin 29c is formed at the end of the operating body 29 on the arrow X2 side. The engaging pin 29b protrudes forward toward the holding case 23. When the support body 27 moves downward, the engaging pin 29b contacts the inclined portion 23a of the holding case 23 and moves from top to bottom. By sliding, the operating body 29 slides from the arrow X1 to the X2 direction in FIG.

  The movable main body 28 has a front-side movable part 28a and a rear-side movable part 28b which are split into two, and the front-side movable part 28a and the rear-side movable part 28b are integrated by screwing. Both the front-side movable part 28a and the rear-side movable part 28b are molded products of synthetic resin, and a hollow cover 33 is integrally formed at the tip of the front-side movable part 28a. The movable main body 28 and the cover 33 serve as a movie projector, and the rear end of the movable main body 28 is rotatably connected to the arm portion 27b of the support 27 via a support shaft 34. A torsion coil spring 35 is wound around the support shaft 34, and one arm portion 35a of the torsion coil spring 35 is hooked to the front side movable portion 28a, and the other arm portion 35b is hooked to the arm portion 27b. By being stopped, the movable main body 28 is elastically biased in the clockwise direction of FIG. Although detailed description will be given later, the rotation angle of the movable main body 28 is determined by the rear end portion of the back side movable portion 28b coming into contact with the drive pin 29c of the operating body 29, that is, depending on the slide position of the operating body 29. Is defined within a predetermined range (arrow θ in FIG. 10) between the initial position and the operation position.

  A first circuit board 36 and a second circuit board 37 are disposed in the movable main body 28 in a posture orthogonal to each other. A plurality of LEDs 38, circuit elements, and connectors are mounted on the first circuit board 36, and the first circuit board 36 is connected to the relay board 42 described above via a flat cable (not shown). A light guide 39 is sandwiched and fixed between the first circuit board 36 and the front side movable portion 28a, and a plurality of protrusions 39a are formed on the light guide 39. These protrusions 39a are inserted into the through holes of the front-side movable part 28a, and when the LED 38 is turned on, the light is emitted from each protrusion 39a to the front of the front-side movable part 28a. On the other hand, an LED 40 and a connector as a light source are mounted on the second circuit board 37, and the first circuit board 36 and the second circuit board 37 are connected to each other through a wire harness (not shown). . The motor 24 and the relay board 42 described above are connected to a control board (not shown) provided on the back side of the game board 3 via a wire harness, and the first is based on the control signal of this control board. The LEDs 38 and 40 on the second circuit boards 36 and 37 are turned on, and the rotation direction and the rotation amount of the motor 24 are controlled.

  Further, a lens 41 is disposed inside the movable main body 28, and this lens 41 is located in front of the LED 40. The surface of the lens 41 is exposed at the bottom of the cover 33, and the cover 33 is disposed so as to surround the lens 41. The cover 33 has a hollow structure with an open front end, and its external shape is a quadrangular pyramid that expands from the bottom toward the front end. As shown in FIGS. 9 and 10, a plurality of ribs 33 a are formed on the four inner side surfaces of the cover 33 so as to protrude at predetermined intervals, and these ribs 33 a extend radially around the lens 41. . For example, silver paint is applied to each inner side surface and bottom surface of the cover 33 as a light diffusion process.

  As shown in FIGS. 11 and 12, the lens 41 has an external shape that swells in a circular bowl shape, and its thickness gradually increases from the central part toward the outer peripheral part. A plurality of flat portions 41a and sawtooth portions 41b are alternately formed concentrically on the exit surface of the lens 41. When the LED 40 is turned on, the light passes through the flat portions 41a and the sawtooth portions 41b. Then, the light is emitted into the cover 33. At that time, as indicated by a solid line in FIG. 12, part of the light of the LED 40 passes straight through the flat portion 41 a and is emitted outward from the opening end of the cover 33 as it is. Also, as indicated by the alternate long and short dash line in FIG. 12, some of the light from the LED 40 toward the sawtooth portion 41 b is refracted by the sawtooth portion 41 b and is emitted as it is toward the inner surface of the cover 33, and some is the lens 41. After the irregular reflection is repeated inside, the light is emitted from the sawtooth portion 41 b toward the inner surface of the cover 33. And since some diffused light radiate | emitted from the lens 41 is reflected by the rib 33a formed in each inner surface of the cover 33 in this way, and the remainder is reflected by the inner surface where the rib 33a does not exist, both Due to the difference in reflectance, contrast between light and dark can be given to the inner surface of the cover 33.

  Next, the operation of the movable accessory device 13 configured as described above will be described with reference to FIGS.

  In the movable accessory device 13 according to the present embodiment, the movable main body 28 is normally at the home position shown in FIGS. 4 to 9. When this home position is called the initial position, as shown in FIG. The movable main body 28 stands by at the upper right corner of the display screen 14a of the variable display device 14. In this case, the support 27 that supports the movable body 28 is raised to the upper end of the guide rail 26 (the end position in the arrow Y1 direction), and the movable body 28 is shown in FIG. 10 by the elastic force of the torsion coil spring 35. It is held in a posture, that is, a posture in which the front-side movable part 28a faces the glass door 4 and the opening end of the cover 33 faces leftward. In addition, when the LED 38 on the first circuit board 36 is turned on in such a state, the light of the LED 38 is emitted from each protrusion 39a of the light guide 39 to the front side of the front side movable portion 28a. By emitting light from each protrusion 39a toward the glass door 4, it is possible to make the player suggest that there is a higher possibility of a big hit than usual.

  Thus, when the motor 24 is rotated in one direction when the movable body 28 is in the initial position, the rotation of the motor 24 is transmitted to the gear train 25 via the reduction gear unit 31, so that the final gear of the gear train 25 The rack 27 a meshing with the linear movement moves linearly, and accordingly, the support body 27 starts to move downward along the axial direction of the guide rail 26. Here, in the initial stage in which the support body 27 descends in the Y2 direction from the uppermost end position in the arrow Y1 direction, the movable body 28 maintains the posture in which the front side movable portion 28a is directly facing the glass door 4. However, when the support body 27 is lowered by a predetermined amount, the engagement pin 29b of the operating body 29 is lowered while contacting the inclined portion 23a of the holding case 23 as shown in FIGS. Then, the operating body 29 starts to slide in the X2 direction from the end position in the arrow X1 direction in FIG. As a result, the drive pin 29c of the operating body 29 presses the rear end portion of the rear side movable portion 28b, so that the movable body 28 counterclockwise from the initial position in FIG. 10 against the elastic force of the torsion coil spring 35. 15 and 16, when the support 27 moves to the lowermost position in the direction of arrow Y2 and the engagement pin 29b gets over the inclined portion 23a, the operating body 29 moves in the direction of arrow X2. The movable body 28 is rotated to the operating position by moving to the end position.

  That is, the movable main body 28 that has been waiting at the upper right corner of the display screen 14a in the initial position is located in the direction of the arrow Y2 in FIG. 2 while maintaining the posture in which the front-side movable portion 28a faces the glass door 4. After descending by a certain amount, the entire structure including the cover 33 is lowered to the lowermost position shown in FIG. 3 with the swinging motion of rotating to the near side. It becomes the posture which opposes from the back. Therefore, if the LED 40 on the second circuit board 37 is turned on during the lowering operation of the movable main body 28, the movable main body 28 is lowered with the opening end of the cover 33 facing the left side. By swinging the movable body 28 and directing the opening end of the cover 33 to the player, a novel lighting effect can be performed in which dazzling light is suddenly emitted from the cover 33 of the movable body 28 that is lowered.

  Here, in the movable accessory device 13 according to the present embodiment example, the flat portions 41a and the sawtooth portions 41b are alternately formed concentrically on the emission side surface of the lens 41 disposed in front of the LED 40, and thus flat. Since the light straightness by the portion 41a and the light diffusibility by the sawtooth portion 41b can be combined, a plurality of ribs 33a extending radially are formed on each inner wall surface of the cover 33. The emitted diffused light of the LED 40 can be reflected by the ribs 33a to give a contrast of light and dark. As a result, the player sees the diffused light that shines brightly at the opening end of the cover 33 and the straight-ahead light from the LED 40 at the same time, and gives out a glaring feeling over a wide range with the light emitted from one lens 41. Can do. Thus, for example, when the movable accessory device 13 is operated during super reach, the possibility of a big hit is very high due to both the movable aspect in which the movable main body 28 rotates while descending and the lighting effect by the irradiation light from the cover 33. Can be suggested to the player.

  When the movable main body 28 is at the lowermost position shown in FIG. 3, when the motor 24 is rotated in the other direction, the reverse operation is performed. In this case, in the initial stage in which the support body 27 rises in the Y1 direction from the lowest end position in the arrow Y2 direction, the engaging pin 29b of the operating body 29 slides on the inclined portion 23a of the holding case 23 from the bottom to the middle. Thus, the movable body 28 is rotated and returned from the operating position to the initial position by the elastic force of the torsion coil spring 35. Thereafter, while the support body 27 is raised to the uppermost position in the direction of the arrow Y1, the movable main body 28 is lifted together with the support body 27 while maintaining the posture in which the front side movable portion 28a is directly opposed to the glass door 4, Finally, it returns to the initial position (home position) shown in FIG.

  In the above embodiment, a pair of guide rails 26 are fixed to the bracket 22 in parallel with each other at a predetermined interval, and the support body 27 is guided in the vertical direction by the two guide rails 26. It is also possible to use other configurations as the guide means of the support 27, such as using a concave-convex fitting instead of the guide rail 26.

  In the above embodiment, the housing 30 is formed by integrating the bracket 22 and the holding case 23, and the operating body 29 is slid by the inclined portion 23a formed in the holding case 23. Such an inclined portion may be formed on the bracket 22 instead of the holding case 23, or the housing may be formed of a single member and the inclined portion may be formed on the member.

DESCRIPTION OF SYMBOLS 3 Game board 4 Glass door 9 Game area 10 Central actor unit 12 Decoration case 13 Movable accessory apparatus 14 Variable display apparatus 14a Display screen 22 Bracket 23 Holding case 23a Inclined part 24 Motor 25 Gear train 26 Guide rail 27 Support body 27a Rack 27b Arm part 28 Movable body 28a Front side movable part 28b Rear side movable part 29 Actuator 29a Long hole 29b Engagement pin 29c Drive pin 30 Housing 31 Reduction gear unit 32 Receiving plate 32a Guide pin 33 Cover 33a Rib 34 Support shaft 35 Twist Coil spring 36 First circuit board 37 Second circuit board 38 LED
39 Light guide 40 LED (light source)
41 Lens 41a Flat part 41b Serrated part

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  1. In the movable accessory device that is arranged and movable in the game area of the game board,
    A movable main body movable with a motor as a drive source, a light source disposed inside the movable main body, a lens bulging in a conical shape disposed in front of the light source, and surrounding the lens And a hollow structure cover integrated with the movable body,
    On the exit side surface of the lens, a flat portion for linearly propagating light and a sawtooth portion for rising and refracting light are formed stepwise and concentrically from the center of the lens toward the outer periphery . In addition, a plurality of ribs extending radially about the lens are formed on the inner wall surface of the cover, and based on the lens and the light source that emits light toward the lens according to the movement mode of the movable body A movable accessory device characterized by performing lighting effects .
  2.   2. The support body that rotatably supports the movable main body according to claim 1, an operating body that is slidably held by the support body and engages with the movable main body, and guides the support body in a vertical direction. A housing provided with guide means; and a power conversion mechanism that converts rotation of the motor into linear movement of the support, and the operating body is abutted against a part of the housing during the movement of the support A movable accessory device, wherein the movable main body is rotated by a predetermined angle by sliding.
  3.   A movable accessory device arranged and movable in a game area of a game board,
      A movable main body movable with a motor as a driving source, a light source disposed inside the movable main body, a light diffusing lens disposed in front of the light source, and the movable main body rotatable. A support body to be supported, an operating body that is slidably held on the support body and engages with the movable body, a housing provided with guide means for guiding the support body in the vertical direction, and rotation of the motor. A power conversion mechanism that converts the support to linear movement;
      The movable body is rotated by a predetermined angle by sliding the operating body against a part of the housing during the movement of the support, and according to the movement mode of the movable body, A movable accessory device that performs a lighting effect based on a lens and the light source that emits light toward the lens.
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