Image reproducing system and microoptic security system

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SUBSTANCE: described is an artificial microoptic system and a protective device, which include a planar image formed from a matrix or a pattern of pictograms and a matrix of focusing elements; the system forms at least two different artificial images, owing to which one artificial image serves to regulate or control the degree of visibility of the other artificial image. In a typical form, the matrix of pictograms forms a planar artificial image, while interaction of the matrix of focusing elements with the matrix of pictograms forms a separate artificial enlarged image which serves to control the field of view of the planar image, thus serving to regulate or control the degree of visibility of the planar image. Therefore, the planar image visually emerges and disappears, or is turned on and off, depending on the viewing angle of the system.

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1. Microoptical system, including:
planar artificial image with the border area of the image is to be placed within the boundaries which visually is located mainly in the plane of the lining, which is applied to the planar image;
one or more control patterns of icons located within the boundaries of the planar image; and
the matrix of focusing elements icons located in such a way as to form at least one artificially magnified image of at least part of one or more control patterns of icons, and at least one artificially enlarged image provides a limited field of view for observation of the planar image, which is used to modulate the visibility of the planar image,
in which the apparent size of the visual projection of at least one artificially enlarged image is larger than the image area of the planar image.

2. Microoptical system according to claim 1, in which at least one artificially enlarged image provides a field of view for observation of the planar image by moving at least one artificially enlarged image from the visual intersection of at least one artificially enlarged image with the image area of the planar image.

3. Microoptical system according to claim 1, in which the planar image which is visible, when at least one artificially enlarged image visually intersects with the image area of the planar image, and invisible when at least one artificially enlarged image visually does not intersect with any part of the image area of the planar image.

4. Microoptical system according to claim 1, in which the value of the visible planar image is determined by the magnitude of which at least one artificially enlarged image visually intersects with the area of the image is a planar image.

5. Microoptical system according to claim 1, in which the control pattern of icons is characterized by areas of dark and light icons.

6. Microoptical system according to claim 1, in which one or more control patterns of icons includes a flat matrix of thumbnail images having an axis of symmetry within its plane, and having a repeating period within the matrix, and the matrix of focusing elements icons includes a planar matrix of focusing elements of the thumbnail images having an axis of symmetry within its plane, and having a repeating period within the matrix, while the planar matrix of focusing elements of the thumbnail images is relative to the matrix of thumbnail images that are sufficient for the button focusing elements thumbnail images formed on at least one artificially magnified image of at least a part of the thumbnail images.

7. Microoptical system according to claim 1, in which the planar image and at least one artificially enlarged image form a different visual image.

8. Microoptical system according to claim 2, in which the planar image is visible when at least one artificially enlarged image visually intersects with the image area of the planar image, and invisible when at least one artificially enlarged image visually does not intersect with any part of the image area of the planar image.

9. Microoptical system according to claim 3 or 8, in which the transition between the visible and invisible planar images is either a clear transition or a smooth transition.

10. Microoptical system according to claim 6, in which the ratio of the repeating period of the thumbnail images to a repeating period of the focusing elements, icons, images, essentially equal to 1, and the axis of symmetry of the planar matrix of thumbnail images and the corresponding axis of symmetry of the planar matrix of focusing elements thumbnail images are rotationally offset.

11. Microoptical system according to any one of claims 1 to 6, 8 or 10, in which one or more control patterns of icons include a bundled set of multiple matrices icons for obtaining a visa is) different images.

12. Microoptical system according to any one of claims 1 to 6, 8 or 10, in which at least one of the control patterns of icons includes the background for the at least one control pattern icons, and the background has a color.

13. Microoptical system according to any one of claims 1 to 6, 8 or 10, in which one or more control patterns of icons include at least two matrices of icons having different repetition periods within a matrix of icons for forming at least two visually distinct artificially enlarged images.

14. Microoptical system according to any one of claims 1 to 6, 8 or 10, in which the matrix of focusing elements icons includes focusing elements having an effective diameter less than 50 microns, or the system has a thickness of less than 50 microns, or both.

15. Microoptical system according to any one of claims 1 to 6, 8 or 10, in which the focusing elements represent the feasibility of focusing elements, preferably aspheric focusing elements.

16. Microoptical system according to any one of claims 1 to 6, 8 or 10, in which the matrix of focusing elements icons includes focusing elements having an effective diameter of between 10 microns and 30 microns.

17. Microoptical system according to any one of claims 1 to 6, 8 or 10, in which the matrix of focusing elements includes focuser the matter of the elements, having the number P, the equivalent of 4 or less, preferably including P, the equivalent of 2 or less.

18. Microoptical system according to any one of claims 1 to 6, 8 or 10, in which each focusing element has an effective diameter less than 30 microns.

19. Microoptical system according to any one of claims 1 to 6, 8 or 10, having an overall thickness of less than about 45 microns.

20. Microoptical system according to any one of claims 1 to 6, 8 or 10, having an overall thickness of from about 10 to about 40 microns, or includes focusing elements having a focal length less than about 40 microns, or both.

21. Microoptical system according to any one of claims 1 to 6, 8 or 10, which includes focusing elements having a focal length from 10 to less than 50 microns.

22. Microoptical system according to any one of claims 1 to 6, 8 or 10, in which the icons are formed as grooves in the lining, with grooves to form voids, which can arbitrarily be filled with a material having a great refractive index than the lining, painted material, metal, pigmented material, or combinations thereof.

23. Microoptical system according to any one of claims 1 to 6, 8 or 10, comprising a transparent material indication of tampering, located above the focusing elements.

24. Microoptical system according to any one of p is.1-6, 8 or 10, in which the system is included in the security device or authentication.

25. Microoptical system according to any one of claims 1 to 6, 8 or 10, further comprising one or more optical spacer placed between one or more control patterns of icons and focusing matrix elements of the thumbnail images.

26. Microoptical system according to any one of claims 1 to 6, 8 or 10, in which icons formed from one or more patterns colorless, transparent, opaque, ink, slightly colored, stained or painted material or formed as protrusions on the surface of the lining, while the gaps between the protrusions randomly filled with material having one or more different refractive indices than the lining, painted material, metal, pigmented material, or icons are either positive or negative icons in relation to background on which they are allocated.

27. Microoptical system according to any one of claims 1 to 6, 8 or 10, in which at least one artificially enlarged image looks lying in a spatial plane deeper than the system, or appears to lie on a spatial plane above the system, or looks of moving between a spatial plane deeper than the system and a spatial plane is above the system upon rotation of the system about an axis, which crosses the plane of the system.

28. Microoptical system according to any one of claims 1 to 6, 8 or 10, in which, when the system is tilted around an axis essentially parallel to the plane of the system, at least one artificially enlarged image is moving in a direction parallel to the axis of tilt.

29. Microoptical system according to any one of claims 1 to 6, 8 or 10, in which at least one artificially enlarged image is converted from one or more forms, the type, size or color to another of a form, type, size, or color.

30. Microoptical system according to any one of claims 1 to 6, 8 or 10, in which at least one artificially enlarged image looks three-dimensional.

31. Microoptical system according to any one of claims 1 to 6, 8 or 10, in which the focusing elements are aspheric focusing element and in which the icons are formed as grooves in the gasket, with grooves to form voids, which can arbitrarily be filled with a material having a different refractive index than the lining, painted material, metal, pigmented material, or combinations thereof.

32. Microoptical system according to any one of claims 1 to 6, 8 or 10;in which the system is included in the protective device or device authentication, put on from the men, in which product is selected from the group:
passports, identity cards, driving licenses, visas, birth certificates, vital acts, voter registration cards, ballot papers, social security cards, bonds, food stamps, postage stamps and tax stamps;
exchange, protective threads in paper money, watermarks in polymer currency and watermarks in paper money;
legal documents, deeds, licenses, diplomas and certificates;
certified Bank checks, corporate checks, personal checks, Bank vouchers, share certificates, travellers cheques, payment orders, credit cards, debit cards, vending machines, documents on kinship, phone cards and gift certificates;
film scripts, legal documents, intellectual property, medical records/medical records, forms, regulations/stamps and "secret recipes";
fabrics and home goods;
cosmetics;
funds for child care and family use;
medication;
packaging of food products and beverages;
packaging of dry food;
electronic equipment, spare parts and components;
clothing, sports clothing and footwear;
biotechnology pharmaceutics the products;
components and parts aerospace;
components and spare parts for motor vehicles;
sports equipment;
tobacco products;
software;
CD and DVD;
explosives;
Souvenirs, gift wrapping and ribbons;
books and magazines;
school supplies and stationery;
business cards;
shipping documentation and packaging;
cover for a portable computer;
book covers;
book marks;
tickets for the performances and transport;
gambling and goods and devices for gambling;
home hardware;
coatings for floors and walls;
jewelry and watches;
handbags;
art objects, collectibles and memorabilia;
toys;
documents the purchase of real estate and merchandising demonstrations and
tools product markings and labels printed on the brand
the product or document authentication or increase protection, such as marking or tracing of assets.

33. Microoptical system according to claim 6, in which the ratio of the repeating period of the thumbnail images to a repeating period of the focusing elements of the thumbnail images is greater than 1 or less than 1, or
the ratio of the repetition period of the thumbnail images to the repetition period f is casiraya elements of thumbnail images is axially asymmetric in the planes of the thumbnail images and focusing elements, the ratio scale is less than 1 on the same axis of symmetry and greater than 1 for the other axis of symmetry.

34. Microoptical system according to claim 9, in which halftone effects are included in the region of at least one artificially enlarged image to get a smooth transition.

35. Microoptical system of claim 10, in which is provided the effect ortopedicheskogo movement.

36. Microoptical system according to claim 11, in which the set of matrices of icons includes at least two matrices of icons having different repetition periods to obtain visually different images, at least one of the images shows a variable artificial visual effect, or multiple matrices icons combined by graphical summation, preferably graphical Boolean function for forming a composite set.

37. Microoptical system of paragraph 24, acting as a protection system or system authentication for documents selected from the group consisting of identification cards, credit cards, debit cards, driver's license, financial documents, Bank notes, cheques and currency, or included in the security thread paper for the manufacture of exchange, or listed in currency and includes features found with the help of technical means.

38. Microoptics the system of clause 29, in which the conversion takes place due to massive distortion as the repetition period of the icons, and the repetition period of the focusing elements, or is obtained by introducing a spatially varying information in one or more control patterns of icons.

39. Microoptical system of clause 37, in which the security thread is a protective thread "window" type.

40. Microoptical system § 39, in which the security thread "window" type includes one or more pigmented, dyed, filled or covered with a sealing layer to increase contrast or to provide additional identification features or includes one or more properties of electrical conductivity, magnetic properties, detection by NMR, or includes one or more pigmented, sealing or shaded layers behind the focusing elements.

41. Artificial microoptical system comprising at least two synthetic images, with one of the artificial image is planar artificial image, and the other of the artificial image is artificially enlarged image, which artificially increased the image acts to modulate or determine the degree of visibility of the planar arts the frame image, in which artificially enlarged image determines the visibility of artificial planar image due to the motion artificially enlarged image from the visual intersection artificially enlarged image with the image area of the planar artificial image.



 

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