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NASA JPL'S JUPITER FOG / KEY / WIND PIPE / NET CREATORS, NETWORK OF THINGS /
VISION-DRIVEN MEDIA: PATENT ISSUED # 10-2007-0011071 / KNOWLEDGE ARCHIVE /
MUSIC TRAVEL / BRANDING / SWISS DESIGN NETWORK CONFERENCE WORKSHOP /
SPATIAL COMMUNICATION: MICRO WORLD / TOP PLAN / DIGITAL BLUE / MAIN
 
 
 
 
 
 
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PATENT #10-2007-0011071

A patent for this project was first issued on 22 January 2009 in South Korea. This is a collaborative project I have done with my design team. The design is a portable computing device with ultra-thin layers of multi remote monitors. The project was developed from the idea of pulling out the computer pop-ups into the real world. It is a concept of actualizing the digital OS in the offline world. The system enables users to share and see the digital contents of one’s computer in an analogue-like form. This idea of expanding the computer interface into the non-digital real world may be a new step of connecting and bringing out the digital interface to the real world. (Patent, issued 31 May 2011 in United States Patent No.: US 7,952,866 B2 | Patent, issued 22 Jan 2009 in South Korea Patent # 10-2007-0011071)



Details

The device is composed of the body, main monitor and several sub-monitors, and is centered on "wireless ultra-thin monitor technology." One of the ways to make the monitor ultra-slim is using OLED (organic light-emitting diode) technology. The wireless multi-monitor technology using transmitter-receiver also plays a critical role. These technologies allow users to open and extract window pop-ups from the original screen into other wireless sub-monitors. For the charging method, it uses an organic electro solar cell charger. Although each separate monitor is primarily solar powered, it is also possible to charge by connecting it to the main body. The main body, too, is equipped with a solar panel to be solar charged and can also be charged through a plug-in system.

-Group Partner: Hyun Chung




Related link

Official certificate of patent, U.S.A.
Official certificate of patent, South Korea
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