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DIGITIZED PICTURE DISPLAY SYSTEM FOR CHANGING ARTWORK

IP.com Disclosure Number: IPCOM000007263D
Original Publication Date: 1994-Oct-01
Included in the Prior Art Database: 2002-Mar-08
Document File: 2 page(s) / 73K

Publishing Venue

Motorola

Related People

Tim Dimacchia: AUTHOR [+2]

Abstract

By its nature, the purchasing of limited seri- graphs, original fine art or mass-produced poster art can be very expensive. The Digitized Picture Dis- play System for Changing Artwork would allow the general consumer to change their displayed art, along with frame and matting, by simply transmitting a new digitized image to specialized panels. With this capability, the consumer may change the ambiance oftheir environment as often as they wish.

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Technical Developments Volume 23 October 1994

DIGITIZED PICTURE DISPLAY SYSTEM FOR CHANGING ARTWORK

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by Tim Dimacchia and Neil Gibson

  By its nature, the purchasing of limited seri- graphs, original fine art or mass-produced poster art can be very expensive. The Digitized Picture Dis- play System for Changing Artwork would allow the general consumer to change their displayed art, along with frame and matting, by simply transmitting a new digitized image to specialized panels. With this capability, the consumer may change the ambiance oftheir environment as often as they wish.

power sources might also be utilized.

(3) The Display Platform',

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The system would consist of several components. These components are as follows:

This platform would[,be divided into two main sections. These two sections are used primarily to offer the flexibility m changing both the pic- ture image and its associated background or mat- ting. Additional sectioning may be used to sup- port further subdivisions of the display area. Subsequent changes to the transmission device would be required to access these areas.

(1) The Receiving Mechanism (4) The Transmission/Storage Device

This mechanism is built into the display panel and receives the digitized transmission sent by the transmission device. As the information is received, it is processed and displayed on the dis- play platform.

(2) The Power Supply

The purpose of this device is to store the digitized images and transmit them...