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ACUPUNTURA - CONSULTORIO DE TERAPIAS ALTERNATIVAS \ These and other advantages and benefits of the present invention will be apparent from the Detailed Description of the Invention herein below. Advantages of the electroactive polymer module 10 include providing smooth motion, consuming significantly less battery life, and suitability for customizable design and performance options. Short arc high intensity discharge light sources are the closest to point light sources and are therefore easily usable in the high efficiency light systems of the present invention.

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FIELD OF THE INVENTION The present invention relates in general to optical systems and more specifically to lenticular lens systems which enable the viewer to see two or more images in a display, such as an artwork, sequentially by changing the angle of the lenticular lens with respect to the viewer or by changing the position of the lens with respect to the display. PCT/US2012/030030, filed Mar. 22, 2012, entitled “ELECTROACTIVE POLYMER ACTUATOR LENTICULAR SYSTEM,” which application claims the benefit, under 35 USC §119(e), of U.S. The actuator module 21 is activated by coupling the battery 22 to an actuator circuit 29 by closing a switch 28. The actuator circuit 29 converts the low DC voltage VBatt into a high DC voltage Vin suitable for driving the module 21. The actuator circuit 29 may also comprise electronics components including microprocessors, memory, and signal generators, capable of generating specific patterns or waveforms or voltage drive signals to drive the motion of the actuator module 21. When the high voltage Vin is applied to the conductive electrodes 24A, 24B the elastomeric dielectric 26 contracts in the vertical direction (V) and expands in the horizontal direction (H) under electrostatic pressure.

The phosphor layer may comprise a single chemical composition or may have regions of different chemical compositions which may emit different colors. FIGS. 8A and 8B illustrate a schematic representation of an exemplary arrangement of such a lighting system 800. Here, a single-phase, single frustum-type electroactive polymer actuator 802 is employed which includes a diaphragm 808 affixed to a frame 810. The diaphragm may be weighted with a cap 842 having a selected mass to achieve the desired resonance frequency of the diaphragm. Dolor en la parte lateral interna de la rodilla . FIG. 3B illustrates one embodiment of a three bar actuator array 34 comprising three bars 34A, 34B, 34C coupled to a fixed frame 31, where each bar is separated by a divider 37. Each of the bars 34A-C comprises an electrode 32 and an elastomeric dielectric 33. The three bar array 34 amplifies the motion of the sliding surface in comparison to the single bar actuator array 30 of FIG.

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  • Sufrir cambios bruscos de temperaturas o entornos
  • Deja que los compuestos actúen durante 5 minutos
  • Pupafobia (miedo a los títeres)
  • Aumenta la claridad de la imagen
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10 and 11, electroactive polymer actuators permit the system to have different motion regimens. The motion or displacement may be amplified by a suitable configuration of actuators as described below in connection with FIGS. Thus, the combination of an element disclosed in one embodiment and an element disclosed in another embodiment is considered to be within the scope of the present disclosure and appended claims. The lens element may comprise one or more lenticular lenses or an array of lenses. The snap-back motion of the actuator enables a rapid return to the first image to reset the series of images without the viewer having to see the series of images in reverse. For example, actuators having a stacked diaphragm configuration may be used to increase maximum displacement of a light source and/or reflector assembly. For example, a single, variable-phase actuator, may be used to displace the light source and/or the reflector/lens assembly to change directionality of the light rays where the directionality depends on the “phase” in which the actuator is operated.