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Method and System for Self-Powered head Mounted Display

IP.com Disclosure Number: IPCOM000248262D
Publication Date: 2016-Nov-11
Document File: 2 page(s) / 95K

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Abstract

A method and system is disclosed to provide a self-powered head mounted display by virtue of transparent solar panel material eye lens. The curvature of the transparent solar panel material eye lens ensures lens effect for the eye and simultaneously generates power, thereby facilitating a method and system for self-powered head mounted display.

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Method and System for Self-Powered head Mounted Display

The erstwhile head mounted display devices are battery power operated and therefore require the replacement of discharged batteries on a periodic basis.

Disclosed is a method and system that provides a self-powered head mounted display by virtue of transparent solar panel material eye lens. The curvature of the transparent solar panel material eye lens ensures lens effect for the eye and simultaneously generates power, thereby facilitating a method and system for self-powered head mounted display.

According to Figure 1, the method and system includes an eye glass for the head mounted display, wherein the eye glass is made of transparent solar panel material. The eye glass of an appropriate lens geometry and curvature profile has to be employed in the head mounted display to ensure appropriate power in the eye lens.

Figure 1

In accordance with the method and system, the eye lens generates solar power on coming in contact with sun light, thereby rendering a self-powered head mounted display. Appropriate circuit and battery associated with the system will enable suitable

power generation. The system includes a software to notify the user on an an additional battery backup requirement, based on a user's predicted outdoor activities and weather data to facilitate battery backup for an instance when solar power cannot be generated. The system further recommends the user to take breaks from an indoor space at regu...