Digital Spectacles

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jayanthd

Joined Jul 4, 2015
906
Digital Spectacles.

My today's new invention.

No convex or concave lens.

High resolution addressable pixel led screen and 2x high resolution Cameras say 64 Mpixel. Addressable led 1or 2 wire like APA102C. No image processing. Direct Camera pixel matrix to digital screen pixel.

Additional 5km range binocular Camera for long range vision like Condor, Eagle, and Vulture.

Additional WiFi and BT connection from Smartphones to Digital Spectacles.
 

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jayanthd

Joined Jul 4, 2015
906
I bet the cameras have lenses.

So how are eye defects corrected?
Spectacle outside 2x Cameras for 2eyes. Eyes side digital screen. Camera can have focussing lens and telescopic or binocular lens but no need for zooming lens.

Zooming and color filter through software.

I guess no need to worry about eye defects because lens will be not more than 1cm distance from eye and so clearly visible.

When you buy such a digital Spectacles built based on my Invention make sure the manufacturer is decent and not retard because they can put say 5 infrared laser diodes of 1W without heatsink in say 2000 pixel screen spectacles and laser might trigger for 2 sec at random times based on different sensors and burn the cornea and retina. I guess AI implementation is good to burn Cornea and retina say if some retard tries to watch pornography using digital Spectacles.
 
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AlbertHall

Joined Jun 4, 2014
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Binoculars, viewfinder, and VR goggles use a lens to. To view a screen at 1cm from the eye you will need a strong convex lens.
For instance 57 seconds in here:
 

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jayanthd

Joined Jul 4, 2015
906
Binoculars, viewfinder, and VR goggles use a lens to. To view a screen at 1cm from the eye you will need a strong convex lens.
For instance 57 seconds in here:

In Binoculors, VR Goggles, and ViewFinders the image depth is physically implemented. In my digital spectacles it is software implemented as in if you place a mirror infront of another mirror. Or VBox VM in VBox VM in VBox VM in....

That is lets say you capture an image using camera and convert it into an image like the effect of mirror in front of another mirror and then erase the unwanted images so that you get the required depth of image on the screen for 1cm distance.
 

DickCappels

Joined Aug 21, 2008
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That Burgess Meredith episode is my favorite Twilight Zone episode. Did anybody realize before the bomb he could have checked out any of those books from the library?

I have dropped my glasses every few day without a problem. Not like back in the 1960's when your glasses falling off you face would cost your family a high expense and some misery.
 

Yaakov

Joined Jan 27, 2019
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That Burgess Meredith episode is my favorite Twilight Zone episode. Did anybody realize before the bomb he could have checked out any of those books from the library?

I have dropped my glasses every few day without a problem. Not like back in the 1960's when your glasses falling off you face would cost your family a high expense and some misery.
The premise was he didn't have time. He had books, but he had to work and it was sneaking away from work to read that saved him from the bomb.
 

Hymie

Joined Mar 30, 2018
970
I’ve already invented a pair of digital specs, but the most useful feature of the glasses is that they have the ability to multiply the frequency of the electro-magnetic waves entering the detectors by a factor of over 1 million.
This leads to the wearer experiencing some strange effects while adjusting the multiplier – they are most useful in detecting (seeing in real-time) EMC emissions from products.
 

Hymie

Joined Mar 30, 2018
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Besides shifting the frequency, the gain is also adjustable – as is the bandwidth of what is being detected. The glasses have an on-screen display of frequency multiplier, gain and selected bandwidth. Between 30MHz and less then 300THz there are limited electromagnetic waves, if the gain is set too high then the image appears as a general fog.
Looking at mobile phone masts with the correct frequency multiplier, there is a light glow emitted – the colour of which is dependent on the precise frequency multiplication.
 

AlbertHall

Joined Jun 4, 2014
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That is lets say you capture an image using camera and convert it into an image like the effect of mirror in front of another mirror and then erase the unwanted images so that you get the required depth of image on the screen for 1cm distance.
I look forward to the prototype.
 
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