EyePlay™ Reverse-Depth Signage

EyePlay™ Reverse-Perspective Signage

 

 

 

    EyePlay™ Reverse-Perspective Signage seems to warp, move and play with you as you move past.  Extremely attention getting.  A great way to advertise and attract customers.

 

U.S. Patent 8,336,238


 

For realtors:

      Eye-Play sign on a realtor’s office to catch the eye of people passing by on the sidewalk.

 

      A hanging realtor’s sign in the front yard of a house for sale, to attract people driving by.  There are no moving parts in the sign, but the buildings appear to rotate in the “wrong” direction as the viewer passes by.

 

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     A folded card to fit a business envelope is an ideal advertising piece for realtors to give customers.  A folding tab on the back makes it keep its extended shape.


 

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A light-weight pre-printed plastic vacuum-formed sign. A vacuum-formed sign with clear areas to reveal updatable information, books of the month, etc.

 


 

Examples:

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      The effect works when there is lateral motion of the viewer past the sign, as shown in the animation at top, or the illusion applied to architecture at  http://www.hineslab.com/eyeplay-reverse-depth-architecture


 

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This signage technology is licensed to:

American Paper Optics

2995 Appling Rd., #106

Bartlett, TN  38133

www.3dGlassesOnline.com

Contact: Paulo Aur

email:  paulo@3dglassesonline.com

ph. (800) 767-8427


 

HinesLab seeks additional licensees.  Please contact Steve Hines at:

HinesLab, Inc.

Glendale, California, USA

email: Steve@HinesLab.com