SU1755853A1 - Cinema auditorium - Google Patents

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SU1755853A1
SU1755853A1 SU894678519A SU4678519A SU1755853A1 SU 1755853 A1 SU1755853 A1 SU 1755853A1 SU 894678519 A SU894678519 A SU 894678519A SU 4678519 A SU4678519 A SU 4678519A SU 1755853 A1 SU1755853 A1 SU 1755853A1
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Геннадий Иванович Юденич
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Театр полифонической драмы
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    • AHUMAN NECESSITIES
    • A63SPORTS; GAMES; AMUSEMENTS
    • A63JDEVICES FOR THEATRES, CIRCUSES, OR THE LIKE; CONJURING APPLIANCES OR THE LIKE
    • A63J25/00Equipment specially adapted for cinemas

Abstract

A cinema-concert hall comprises a general screen (1), lateral screens (2, 3), an upper screen (4) and a floor (5) of the stage. The upper screen (4) is mounted rotatably around an axis (18) so as to serve as a roof of the general screen (1), in its horizontal position and creating, in its vertical position, an additional surface of the general screen (1). Each lateral screen (2, 3) is rotatable around a vertical axis (14) and forms, in one position, side-scenes, and in another one serves as a prolongation of the general screen (1).

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The invention relates to a concert hall device.

The aim of the invention is to enhance the spectacle by providing the possibility of creating an illusion of reality in space.

Figure 1 shows a movie center hall, a general view; figure 2 - the same room with mesh screens; fig.Z - concert hall with mesh screens and rotated top screen; Fig. 4 is a view A in Fig. 1, an embodiment of a hall; figure 5 is the same, a variant with rotated side screens; 6 shows the construction of the drive of the hall, front view; Fig, 7 is a view of B in Fig.6; on Fig - mesh screens; figure 9 is a screen in the form of blinds; in fig. 10 - a screen in the form of blinds, a variant of their location; 11-13 show different arrangements of the side screens; 14 and 15 show an embodiment of a concert hall with four common screens; in fig. 16 and 17 is an embodiment of a concert hall with six common screens;

The concert hall contains at least one common screen 1, at least two side screens 2.3, located on either side of the common screen 1, at least one upper screen 4 located above the common screen 1, and the floor 5 of the scene, each The upper screen 4 is rotatably mounted around a horizontal axis to form, in a horizontal position, the roof of the common screen 1 and in its vertical position an additional surface to the common screen 1, and each side screen 2, 3 is rotatably mounted to form one In the second position, the scenes 6, 7, .a in the other, the continuation 8, 9 of the common screen 1, the floor 5 of the scene are rotatable relative to the common screen 1 to form its continuation, the side screens 2, 3 are made netted and are formed at least with one gap with respect to the other two mesh webs 10, 11, side screens 2.3 are made in the form of louvers 12 and contain vertical 13 or horizontal 14 mesh webs, it has at least two meshes installed in front of the common screen 1 and can be rotated around the 2 vertical axes x 15 screen, it is placed in front of a common screen shutters 16 1, 1 a common screen is movable relative to the floor 5 of the scene, each side of the screen 2, 3 comprises two pivot sections 17, 18.

Screen 1 provides basic information for the viewer, for example a movie,

In front of the overall screen 1 there is a floor 5 of the scene, and before the floor 5 there is a seat 19 for viewers.

Screens 2 and 3 have vertical axes.

20 and 21, reinforced in the hinges 22, 23, and the screen 4 has a horizontal axis 24, reinforced on the bracket 25.

The floor 5 of the scene when rotated relative to the overall screen 1 becomes part of the whole

screen system.

The blades 10 and 11 are displaced relative to each other by a drive 26, having tu 27 and a spring 28.

Vertical 13 and horizontal 14

the blades are rotated by a drive 26.

The louvers 12 and the mesh webs 10, 11 can together form a screen 2.3.

The overall screen 1 is movable relative to the floor 5 and may be closer 29

or beyond 30 is moved relative to the floor 5. In front of the screen 1, louvers 16 with vertical or horizontal blades made of solid or mesh can also be placed.

Section 17 is external, section 18 is internal. Sections 17, 18 have their own axes 31, 32, with respect to which they rotate, occupying a different position relative to the common screen 1.

A concert hall can have several common screens. Figs 14 ... 17 show two embodiments in which the concert hall has four and six common screens.

14, the common screens 1, 33, 34, 35 are arranged so that they form a quadrangular scene with the auditorium in the center. Each common screen 1, 33, 34, 35 has its own side screens 2, 3, 36, 37.38,

39,40,41.

14, the side screens 2,3, 36, 37, 38, 39, 40, 41 form the wings.

In Fig. 15, the screens 2, 3, 36, 37, 38.39, 40, 41 are shifted and form with the corresponding common screen 1, 33, 34, 35 a screen system that contains several screen cells. Each screen system is an actual module 42, and therefore a concert hall, any

Configuration 0 may be performed from any number of such modules 42.

FIG. 16 and 17 shows a variant of a concert hall of six modules 42, which are arranged so that they form a hexagonal auditorium 43. Side screens 2, 3 of each module 42, as well as separate sections 44,45,46 of each common screen 1 have the ability to move in space in accordance with the options discussed above. The side screens 2, 3 of section 44, 46 of the common screen may be made mesh or in the form of louvres.

The concert hall functions as follows.

When a movie is shown, depending on the width of the film and to increase the view, the total area of the screen system is increased by rotating screens 2, 3 and 4 and floor 5 so that they are a continuation of common screen 1.

Depending on its program, screen 1 may be enlarged during the concert, or side screens 2, 3 become scenes, or screen 4 moves into the lid above screen 1. Additionally, mesh screens 15 or louvers 16 are installed, side screens 2.3 performed mesh or in the form of blinds. Any combination of all the listed screen system changes is possible, which increase or change both the overview and the amount of information received by the viewer in an arbitrary and programmed manner.

The considered design of the concert hall is convenient and simple, it allows to significantly change and increase the amount of information received by the viewer, which helps to improve its auditory and visual perception, as well as to create an illusion of reality taking place on the screen or on the stage.

Performing a concert hall from a set of identical modules significantly expands its functional capabilities, simplifies construction and allows varying the volume of the auditorium depending on its use.

Claims (8)

1. A concert hall containing at least one common screen at least two side screens located on either side of the common screen, along
at least one upper screen disposed above the common screen, and the floor of the ptr differs by the fact that, with the increase of entertainment by providing the possibility of creating an illusion of reality in space, each upper screen is installed with the possibility of rotation around the horizontal axis to form in a horizontal position the roof of the common screen and in its vertical position is an additional surface to the common screen, and each side screen is pivotably mounted to form a slide in one position, and sharing a common screen.
2. Hall of Pop 1, characterized in that the floor of the stage is rotatable relative to a common screen to form its continuation.
3 hall according to claims 1 and 2, characterized in that the side screens are made of mesh and are formed by at least two meshed cloths spaced one with another.
4 Hall according to claims 1 and 2, characterized in that the side screens are made in the form of blinds and contain vertical or horizontal mesh webs.
5. The hall according to claims 1-3, characterized in that it has at least two mesh screens installed in front of a common screen and can be rotated around a vertical axis.
Hall 6 according to any one of claims 1-4, characterized in that it has blinds installed in front of the common screen.
7. A hall according to claims 1 to 6, characterized in that the common screen is mounted for movement relative to the scene floor.
8. A hall according to claims 1 to 7, characterized in that each side screen comprises two turning sections.
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SU894678519A SU1755853A1 (en) 1989-04-27 1989-04-27 Cinema auditorium
BR8907536A BR8907536A (en) 1989-04-27 1989-12-25 Concert hall and cinema
EP19900906426 EP0427864A4 (en) 1989-04-27 1989-12-25 Cinema-concert hall
PCT/SU1989/000335 WO1990012630A1 (en) 1989-04-27 1989-12-25 Cinema-concert hall
JP50606990A JPH03505691A (en) 1989-04-27 1989-12-25
DK300390A DK300390A (en) 1989-04-27 1990-12-19 Cinema and concert hall
FI906356A FI906356A0 (en) 1989-04-27 1990-12-21 Biograf- Science konsertsal.

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