In operation, concave mirrors are set up on both ends of the transmission. This illusion shows multiple images combined to show a 3d effect when used with special viewing lenses or 3D glasses— the same idea essentially behind the Illusion Transmitter. Start off by doing a split. There are many types of transmitters. Thomas was fascinated by what she saw, and imagined the commercial for creating illusions in this manner. If you expect to know of a secret, you shall not find it on a public web site.
The inventor was born to Sam and Nancy on February 11th, 1847 in Milan, Ohio. That image is processed by processor 16, as are conventional television signals, and are then transmitted by cable or electromagnetic means. This technology was has since been adapted for use in surgery as well as the production of television and video screens. Step onto your standing leg, kick your kicking leg up behind you. I might be able to make these improvements when I graduate collage. You did it, you did an illusion!!!! A three dimensional illusional television system for transmitting an illusion of an object comprising: an image transmitter, said image transmitter including a first concave mirror having a focal point and center of curvature for producing real images of an object, an object field disposed about the principle axis of the concave mirror beyond the center of curvature of the concave mirror, an image field disposed about the principle axis and between the center of curvature and focal point of the concave mirror, and image detection means for generating electronic signals from said reflected real images; a facsimile transmitter for receiving said electronic signals from the image detection means and transmitting said received signals to an image receiver, and; an image receiver, said image receiver including a second concave mirror having a principle axis, focal point, and center of curvature; a second object field disposed about the principle axis and between the focal point and the center of curvature of said second mirror; and a video image projector disposed in the object field for projecting light rays onto the concave mirror, said projector including means for receiving electronic signals from said facsimile transmitter and producing an image therefrom whereby an illusional image may be viewed beyond the focal point.
Her invention transmits an optical illusion of a 3D image between concave mirrors that looks real on the receiving end. The transmitter could mean the whole transmitting station orspecifically the piece of equipment that contains an amplifier toproduce the required amount of radio-freque … ncy power for thetransmission. Also included in this photo gallery where possible, are the photos of individual inventors and their inventions. A concave mirror house presents a reflection that appears to exist in front of the glass which is what ultimately creates the 3D look or illusion. Magicians use illusions all the time. The device constructs optical illusion pictures with two concave mirrors to produce pictures that appear to be actually in front of the mirror. What this patent does the process which is different from a holograph as it is an illusion transmitter, is it creates an optical illusion by placing parabolic mirrors that are conceived to create a of the subject which appears 3-dimensional to viewers.
V, she wanted to improve it. The presentation showed someone lighting up a lightbulb which was out of the socket. Someone might make a T. Consequently, the greater the distance image or object 90 is disposed from the surface of the concave mirror, the smaller in size will be image or object 60, assuming the interchangeability of the image and the object positions. The basic technique of Witchcraft Magic is: Mental Focus, Visualization and Energy Manipulation. She began experimenting in 1977, setting up equipment to observe the relationship between an object and its real image relative to the positions of concave mirrors. For this reason the British are regarded as the innovators of Radar and the inventor by some.
When people chose as an explanation for an event the event that precedes it or that happened closely before it. If you cross two adjacent fingers and then touch an object such as a pen, with both crossed finger tips at the same time it will feel as though you are touching two pens, not one. Thomas Edison was responsible for many inventions that influenced America to become a more modernized country. This invention would be the doorway to many others that would utilize her newly founded technology. The same parallax view of an object may be experienced upon reflection of an object seen from a concave mirror. The image so generated is then transmitted to the receiver, and projected onto the surface of the mirror. Valerie later learned that the illusion was made by concave and flat mirrors.
It should also be understood that optical principles dictate that the respective sizes of the image and objects may be varied in accordance with the relative distance between the object at the transmission station and the parabolic mirror. This is because metal conducts heat away from your finger more rapidly that cloth does. Flat mirrors, of course, provide a reflection of an object which appear to lie behind the glass surface. In 1980, she patented it. The reflected image from the object is always disposed beyond the focal point. After the signals from image projector 13 are processed by processor 16, the signals are then transmitted to a remote site wherein receiver 28 accepts the signals for processing by processor 26 for instantaneous projection of an image 23. In accordance with that objective, the invention consists of a parabolic mirror located at a transmission site and having disposed about its principal axis beyond the center of focus point an object field which is illuminated by conventional light sources.
Other types of cameras or image detention devices may be employed to achieve the same or similar objectives. A radar transmitter is the portion of the radar system that generates the high power microwave signal that is transmitted. Landsat was the first satellite to send images from outer space. In 1976, Thomas learned concave mirrors can be set up to create the illusion of a 3-dimensional object. He was a man who spent almost his entire life working as a scientist, and receiving more than 1,200 patents in his lifetime. Valerie Thomas received a patent in 1980 for inventing an illusion transmitter.
Google has not performed a legal analysis and makes no representation or warranty as to the accuracy of the list. Image detection means 13 is shown disposed about the principle axis between focal point F1 and center of curvature C1. Bottom line is you only hear the sound stuck into the transmitter. The consequences of living in a postmodern era filter down even to field instrumentation. Such means are well known in the art. Valerie attended an all-girls high school. These are copies of the originals submitted by the inventor to the United States Patent and Trademark Office.
It should be noted that all rays of light emanating from object 30 which is paralled to principle axis 31 will reflect from the surface of mirror 50 and converge at the focal point F2. Bibliography Wikipedia 3-8-14 About Inventors 3-8-14 Google Patents 3-9-14 Bioagraphy. This futuristic invention extends the idea of television, with its images located flatly behind a screen, to having three dimensional projections appear as though they were right in your living room. Since the angle of incident equals the angle of reflection for the rays of light emanating from object 30, all rays of light emanating from any particular point of object 30 will converge at the corresponding point of image 40. She started experimenting with equipment and by taking notes on the relationships between the concave mirrors, the actual objects, and the relative images. Sometimes the data gets confused. It should also be noted that the respective size of the image and object may also be variable in accordance with the distance of the object from the surface of the mirrors, while noting that either the object or image must remain within the boundaries of the focal point and the center of curvature.