AZZA rethinks housing design with Dual Orientation OPUS 809
On both sides of OPUS are 4 dark tinted tempered glass panels, using a 4 mm thick CNC milled aluminum frame to ensure a unique PC appearance when placed vertically or horizontally, and a semi-open design to ensure that high-end components are provided Sufficient airflow.360 mm long three-slot GPU, 360 AIO, ATX motherboard and PSU, and dual storage drives.
Clever design OPUS tinted tempered glass needs to rethink the standard chassis design.Fully modular, each panel can be removed to open access to the inside of the chassis.The vertical GPU bracket is completely detachable to allow access to the PSU installation located at the bottom of the chassis.On the back away from the motherboard and GPU, the fan/heatsink bracket is completely detachable and located on the track for easy installation.Inspired by the SFF tower design, each component is separated and can directly enter fresh air to ensure optimal performance.
Prepare for high performance OPUS's unique form factor does not limit its ability to support large tinted tempered glass, high-performance components.With support from Mini-ITX to ATX motherboard, 360 mm long three-slot GPU, a 360-degree heat sink, ATX PSU and 2 2.5" SSDs or 1 2.5" SDD and 1 3.5" HDD support, users can Build a powerful PC with modern hardware without flinching.
Marsel Mukhametshin, an engineer from Naberezhnye Chelny, created a digital tombstone.He applied for a patent for this idea as early as 2012, but information about it has not been spread by many media until now.In an interview with Realnoe Vremya, he described why he decided to apply for a patent for this invention, how long it can work, how much it costs to do the same project, and whether he can enrich himself with it.
My grandmother died when my father was only ten years old.When we went to her grave with him, I asked: â????? What do you remember her?"He replied, but behind these words lies the fact that he remembers her very vaguely. My grandfather's grave is nearby. I caught him, and I remember him. But I understand that every year I remember him more and more times. The less. The memory of our ancestors disappeared. As long as we remember them, these people stay with us, and as an engineer, I set myself the task of preserving their memories.
If you usually just stick the image of the deceased on the monument, then you can put a small movie about him here, telling what his ancestor is like, how he moved, what his voice is, and his family What's the achievement.
The monument is made of granite and contains a display and audio speakers.Using tinted tempered glass, the strength is almost the same as that of ordinary granite.The surface of the electronic "filling" monument is reliably protected from moisture and condensation.This product is designed to work at temperatures ranging from -40 to +40 degrees Celsius.The power source comes from a 220-volt network or solar panels.
The inscription is affixed to the inner surface of the glass, so it will not fade and does not need to be colored.When the monument is closed, others will not notice its unusual design.Only the family knows the secret of turning on the display.
I am an engineer and graduated from Kama Institute of Technology with a degree in automotive design engineering.I work in the automotive industry.I also graduated from Kazan State University with a degree in management, so my activities have nothing to do with the field of ceremony.As an engineer, I have a number of invention patents.This monument may be my fifth consecutive patent. There were patents before.
They pay special attention to car themes, car design.There is no point in mentioning them.
There are certain regulations and specialized companies provide patent registration services.It is not difficult for me: I just describe an idea, and experts conduct patent analysis, whether this idea has been used in the world, and whether there is a document of similar design.
If they conclude that there is no such structure in the world, with some distinctive unique characteristics, they confirm that there are signs of novelty, the document has been submitted to the federal agency, and the application is considered there.A few months later, they issued a patent.
Embedded display in the monument????? That's how it is.As of 2012, examples of how to implement monuments with monitors in cemeteries can already be found on the Internet.If I remember correctly, it was in the Netherlands, Germany and Slovenia, in my opinion, back to the United States.But their idea is to make the monument a gadget.
My patent does not involve how to embed the display in the monument, but what design features are involved to ensure its long service life.The ones I saw on the Internet were not designed to last.But I said in the patent that my design can work for 50 to 150 years.
If we talk about the financial aspects of this issue, how much does it cost to install such a monument today?
Everything I do for my father and the Novosibirsk crematorium is done by hand, so it is very expensive.First of all, each project is independent, every detail, everything is done by hand.The monument I erected for my father cost about 500,000 rubles.The same monument, but not digital, may cost me 500,000-70,000.
I personally do not intend to dedicate my life to building tinted tempered glass.I invented it, and I hope someone will accept this idea and use it.My friend Ilgiz Galiev is an electronic engineer, and he hopes that if there is an order, he will provide it.
I created this idea, I proposed the technology, the engineer knows the technology, and if there is an order, he will complete it.My daughter has now created a website and runs an Instagram in this regard. If there is an app, we will be able to do it for those who are willing.But there is no traffic yet.
We gave it to my father, and then received an order from Novosibirsk.In the crematorium of Novosibirsk.They completed the entire design by themselves, all the details are granite, they only asked me to embed electronic devices.
When there is some volume, more or less sensible, it is possible to talk about it.Now, on the two existing monuments, it is meaningless to talk about the organization of the entire production facility and maintenance base.
When I applied for a patent, I thought: I will figure it out now, will I send it to the ceremony company????Please do so.There was no response.not a single one!In 2012, how many years after my father passed away, I decided to set up this monument for him to conduct scientific research.Aft tinted tempered glass er all, formalizing on paper is one thing, and assembling in practice is another.Scientific experiments were carried out, all of which were carried out in winter.This monument has been erected, how many relatives know it!How many relatives have passed away, but no one is interested, no one said: "??? I want one too." ????
The market segments that may be of interest to such monuments are very, very small.We went to an exhibition in Yekaterinburg and showed the project there.People are skeptical of experts in the ceremony industry.They said: ????? Who needs it?This is very expensive!?????The main consumers are those who spend 100,000 to 20,000 rubles to buy these monuments, and they won’t even start talking about 500,000.
Yes, if you look at some monuments, they are worth millions of dollars.There is a category of people without funding restrictions, but even a small proportion of them are prepared to consider digital issues.After the exhibition in Yekaterinburg, senior funeral structure designer Irina Dolzhenko became interested.The Novosibirsk crematorium also showed interest.This is a separate story, they have a complete ritual industry museum.
I participated in an exhibition in Moscow.There were more comments there, and many people said: “When will digitalization enter our industry? After waiting for a long time and thinking for a long time, I finally appeared before I had time!??? But no one has called them yet. Need it. Anything new takes time to get people used to it.
The same video conferences have existed for many years, and they have gradually become the norm in our lives.Of course, the pandemic promoted this case.Technology may exist somewhere, but people's habits will only change over time.I think it's the same here.Time will pass and people will discover what it is.There will be more and more next generations who think digitalization is a matter of course, and they will order.It will come.When is the question.
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