||WO||WO/2014/091625 - INVERTER DEVICE||19.06.2014||
||PCT/JP2012/082539||MITSUBISHI ELECTRIC CORPORATION||ICHIHARA, Masafumi|
An inverter device for receiving direct-current power from a direct-current common bus (15) and driving a load, wherein connections are configured so that: during power-running, a switching element (SW1) is disposed on a first current pathway flowing through a positive-side direct-current terminal (P); during regeneration, a reverse-connected diode (D1) is disposed on a second current pathway flowing through a positive-side direct-current terminal (P1); when the smoothing capacitor of a smoothing unit (13) is being initially charged, a charge resistor (R1) is disposed on a third current pathway flowing through the positive-side direct-current terminal (P); a brake resistor (R2) is externally connected between the positive-side direct-current terminals (P, P1); and the positive-side direct-current terminal (P) has the same potential as the positive-side bus (15a) of the direct-current common bus (15).
||WO||WO/2014/088596 - HEAD SUPPORT SYSTEM||12.06.2014||
||PCT/US2012/068579||ORAYA THERAPEUTICS, INC.||HALBERT, Phillip, C.|
Head support systems may provide support for a patient receiving ophthalmic or other treatment while in a seated, standing, or upright position. Exemplary systems provide single handed operation for both head capture and beam shielding functions. Exemplary systems provide an integrated radiation shield with a head capture mechanism. Exemplary systems provide a non-invasive head capture mechanism and expedient single handed patient release. Exemplary systems provide a built-in force limiting feature within head capture.
||WO||WO/2014/085991 - EYEGLASS-BASED 3D INTELLIGENT TERMINAL AND SYSTEM||12.06.2014||
||PCT/CN2012/085885||SHENZHEN COOCAA NETWORK TECHNOLOGY CO., LTD||CHEN, Dijun|
An eyeglass-based 3D intelligent terminal (21) and a system. The 3D intelligent terminal (21) comprises a camera (11), a signal processing unit (12), a register (13), an eyeglass switching signal emitter (14) and a screen (15), wherein the camera (11) is used for photographing objects in front of the screen (15) of the 3D intelligent terminal; the signal processing unit (12) is used for analyzing photographed pictures, judging whether audiences exist in all pre-partitioned regions in front of the screen (15) of the 3D intelligent terminal or not, and recording the judged result in the register (13); the signal processing unit (12) is also used for determining the pre-partitioned regions where all the audiences are located, decoding viewpoint images corresponding to the pre-partitioned regions where all the audiences are located, and transmitting the decoded viewpoint images to the screen (15) for displaying; the eyeglass switching signal emitter (14) is used for transmitting eyeglass switching signals to 3D eyeglasses (22); and the screen (15) is used for outputting the viewpoint images decoded by the signal processing unit. The embodiment of the invention can improve the viewing experience of audiences.
||WO||WO/2014/083386 - A METHOD OF CALIBRATING A CAMERA AND A SYSTEM THEREFOR||05.06.2014||
||PCT/IB2012/056820||CSIR||DE VILLIERS, Jason Peter|
A system and method for calibrating a camera includes an energy source and a camera to be calibrated, with at least one of the energy source and the camera being mounted on a mechanical actuator so that it is movable relative to the other. A processor is connected to the energy source, the mechanical actuator and the camera and is programmed to control the mechanical actuator to move at least one of the energy source and the camera relative to the other through a plurality of discrete points on a calibration target pattern. The processor further, at each of the discrete points, controls the camera to take a digital image and perform a lens distortion characterisation on each image. A focal length of the camera is determined including any lens connected to the camera and an extrinsic camera position for each image is then determined.
||WO||WO/2014/080543 - BREAST MILK BOTTLE HOLDER||30.05.2014||
||PCT/JP2012/084129||LEC, INC.||HOTCHI Maiko|
The object of the preset invention is to obtain a non-slip breast-milk-bottle holder that enables milk to be produced with ease due to the breast milk holder being easy to hold and a holding portion having poor heat transfer properties. A breast milk bottle holder (20) that is attached to a shoulder (12) of a breast milk bottle body (10) comprises a flexible elastic member that is thermally isolative. Integrally formed in the breast milk bottle holder (20) are: a short cylindrical portion (22); a substantially conical portion (23) for covering the shoulder (12) of the breast milk bottle body (10) below the short cylindrical portion (22); and a pair of tongue-shaped holding portions (24a, 24b), which extend downward from positions symmetrically disposed to either side of the substantially conical portion (23). Placing a finger on a non-slip portion (25) of the holding portions (24a, 24b) reduces the likelihood of heat being transferred to the finger, and enables the breast milk bottle main body (10) to be easily held. Even when the produced milk is to be fed, a finger will be present on the non-slip portion (25) of the holding portion (24a, 24b), which prevents the breast milk bottle body (10) from slipping from the fingers and falling. Also, if an infant is holding the breast milk bottle body (10), the fact that the holding portions (24a, 24b) are being gripped by both hands makes slipping less likely.
||WO||WO/2014/048501 - HIGH-SAFETY PROCESS FOR THE PREPARATION OF PURIFIED STEM CELL FRACTIONS||03.04.2014||
||PCT/EP2012/069261||SWISS STEM CELL FOUNDATION||SOLDATI, Gianni|
A highly safe procedure for the preparation of purified stem cell fractions of lipid origin is herein described, in which the use of a specially designed single collecting device, reduces the number of passages and manipulations undergone by stem cell-containing material, reducing to a minimum the risks of contamination, material loss, and inadvertent exchange of samples, and further simplifying the interface and cooperation between personnel recovering the raw material and those expert in stem cell isolation.
||WO||WO/2014/042310 - X-RAY IMAGE PHOTOGRAPHING APPARATUS AND METHOD THEREOF||20.03.2014||
||PCT/KR2012/008992||VIEWORKS CO.,LTD.||SUNG, Yong Hak|
Provided are an X-ray image photographing apparatus and a method thereof. The X-ray image photographing apparatus and the method thereof according to the present invention verify the effectiveness of an automatic exposure request signal in detecting the X-rays radiated from an X-ray generator and photographing an X-ray image using the self-generated automatic exposure request signal, thus preventing an undesired automatic exposure request signal from being generated by vibration, temperature change, noise or the like and thus improving the reliability of an X-ray photographing operation and an photographed X-ray image.
||WO||WO/2014/029179 - MATERIAL DISTRIBUTION APPARATUS AND MATERIAL DISTRIBUTION CONTROL METHOD THEREFOR||27.02.2014||
||PCT/CN2012/086104||ZOOMLION HEAVY INDUSTRY SCIENCE AND TECHNOLOGY CO., LTD.||HUANG, Ke|
A material distribution control method for a material distribution apparatus; the material distribution boom (1) of the material distribution apparatus comprises at least two boom sections; the method comprises the following steps: firstly, controlling the first boom section (2) of the material distribution boom (1) to move to a vertical state, and maintaining the first boom section (2) in the vertical state; and secondly, controlling the other boom section of the material distribution boom (1) to move so as to distribute materials. Also provided is a material distribution apparatus, comprising at least two boom sections sequentially hinged and capable of folding and extending relative to each other; the first boom section (2) of the material distribution boom (1) is hinged on the supporting base of the material distribution apparatus; the material distribution apparatus further comprises a locking device for locking the first boom section (2) in the vertical locking position. The material distribution control method relatively reduces the supporting span and supporting strength of a retractable stabilizer (3) while ensuring the material distribution stability of the material distribution apparatus.
||WO||WO/2014/025278 - METHOD FOR A DIRECTIONAL CHANGE IN THE CIRCULATION OF AIR MASSES AND IN WEATHER CONDITIONS ASSOCIATED THEREWITH||13.02.2014||
||PCT/RU2012/000638||UIBO, Valerii Iogannesovich|
The invention relates to applied meteorology, and can be used for adjusting weather conditions and changing the climate in individual regions in the interests of agriculture and ecology. The method consists in that atmospheric thermodynamic processes are initiated by monopolar ionization of air near the ground, said ionization being carried out by ionizers in a medium of gases having defined density indices in comparison to the air, or the atoms of said gases have an affinity with electrons. The gases are conducted into different areas of a free electric charge arising during the ionization, said areas being located at different heights. The gases are introduced into a given area with the aid of atomizers or with the aid of lightweight capsules which float in air and the shells of which are destroyed at a preselected height due to a drop in pressure. The technical result consists in improving a mechanism for controlling the process of ionizing atmospheric air.
||WO||WO/2014/024143 - HAIR DRYER WITH A DEVICE AT THE AIR OUTLET FOR CHANGING THE FLOW OF AIR||13.02.2014||
||PCT/IB2013/056454||KONINKLIJKE PHILIPS N.V.||FLÖßHOLZER, Hannes Uwe|
The present invention relates to a hair dryer (100) and a nozzle (113, 310, 410) for a hair dryer(100), and more specifically to an air outlet arrangement(112, 220, 300, 400, 00, 600, 700). The air outlet arrangement (112, 220, 300, 400, 500, 600, 700)comprises a flow changing device(223, 224, 331, 341, 431, 531, 631, 632) for changing a flow of air at the air outlet arrangement(112, 220, 300, 400, 500, 600, 700), depending on a pressure and/or temperature within a housing (110), in particular within the nozzle (113, 310, 410).