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EDUCATIONAL DEVICE USING MICROFILM

IP.com Disclosure Number: IPCOM000023042D
Original Publication Date: 1976-Jul-31
Included in the Prior Art Database: 2004-Mar-27
Document File: 2 page(s) / 174K

Publishing Venue

Xerox Disclosure Journal

Abstract

This proposal is directed to an educational device that is designed to assist students in the field of drawing0 Basic~ ally, two concepts are described0 The first relates to a transparent overlay that is placed on a viewing screen upon which a series of numbered dots are projected from microfilm, which the student will subsequently connect in proper order to form a picture on the overlay sheet, The second portion of the concept also employs a transparent overlay sheet that is used on a viewing screen, but in this instance various components of a picture are projected onto a screen from microfilm, each of the components being traced on the overlay sheet by the student to form a composite images For example, the microfilm could contain various eye images, nose images, chin images, face outlines, etc. By using a single overlay sheet, the student could construct a multitude of human face configurations.

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XEROX DISCLOSURE JOURNAL

EDUCATIONAL DEVICE Proposed Classification
USING MICROFILM U.S. CL 35/28
R. Holliday Int. Cl. B44d 2/00

This proposal is directed to an educational device that is
designed to assist students in the field of drawing

                                        0 Basic~
ally, two concepts are described

                     0 The first relates to a
transparent overlay that is placed on a viewing screen upon
which a series of numbered dots are projected from microfilm,
which the student will subsequently connect in proper order
to form a picture on the overlay sheet, The second portion
of the concept also employs a transparent overlay sheet that
is used on a viewing screen, but in this instance various
components of a picture are projected onto a screen from
microfilm, each of the components being traced on the overlay
sheet by the student to form a composite images For example,
the microfilm could contain various eye images, nose images,
chin images, face outlines, etc. By using a single overlay
sheet, the student could construct a multitude of human face
configurations.

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10 XEROX DISCLOSURE JOURNAL

Volume 1 Number 7 July 1976

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