Ferdinand A. Porsche has filed for patents to protect the following inventions. This listing includes patent applications that are pending as well as patents that have already been granted by the United States Patent and Trademark Office (USPTO).
Abstract: The invention concerns goggles, in particular for sports and/or leisure wear, having a side piece, a curved front bar, a visor and a bridge for the nose. The side piece and the visor can be pivoted relative to each other. In the operating position they lie in different planes at an angle to each other and, in the rest position, they lie in planes substantially parallel to each other. The visor is resilient and is connected to the side piece by means of hinges or guides disposed in an eccentric or lateral area of the visor such that, when the side piece pivots towards the visor, the latter is resiliently deformed and is adapted to the shape of the front bar. If non-resilient visors are provided, the bridge connecting them is resilient and deformed resiliently when the side piece is pivoted towards the visors. In this way, the visors are moved into the desired operating position.
Abstract: A device for converting the picture displayed on a screen (3) of a microfilm- or microfiche-reading device (1) into electric signals. In order to permit complete electronic reading of the screen, a bar (4) is provided which has a plurality of juxtaposed picture sensors (5) and which is movably guided by a guide element (6). For the purpose of fitting out the device subsequently, the device also has means for securing the guide element (6) in a specific position in relation to the screen (3).
Abstract: Eyeglasses of the type which permit interchanging of framed lenses are disclosed which employ a lens assembly including a pair of lenses mounted in a frame. The frame, in turn, is releasably mounted to a backing support which supports the upper portion of the frame and includes a retaining clip pivotally mounted between an open position permitting easy mounting of the lens assembly, and a second closed position which maintains engagement between the lens and backing assemblies.
September 20, 1988
Date of Patent:
September 17, 1991
Optyl Eyewear Fashion International Corporation