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A heat sink (also commonly spelled heatsink) is a passive heat exchanger that transfers the heat generated by an electronic or a mechanical device to a fluid medium, often air or a liquid coolant, where it is dissipated away from the device, thereby allowing regulation of the device's temperature at optimal levels. In computers, heat sinks are used to cool CPUs, GPUs, and some chipsets and RAM modules. Heat sinks are used with high-power semiconductor devices such as power transistors and optoelectronics such as lasers and light emitting diodes (LEDs), where the heat dissipation ability of the component itself is insufficient to moderate its temperature.

Technique for using heat flow management to treat brain disorders

A method of treating a brain disorder by heat transfer from brain tissue comprising the steps of surgically cutting a heat transfer aperture into a patient's skull, thereby exposing a predetermined portion of patient's brain; surgically implanting into said heat transfer aperture a heat pump having one or more electrical sensor elements and one or more temperature sensor elements; surgically implanting a heat transfer management unit in a body cavity of said patient such that a micro controller of the heat transfer management unit is connected to one or more activity sensor elements and one or more temperature sensor elements contacting brain tissue and connecting the heat transfer management unit to said heat pump via a lead bundle. Optionally, the heat transfer unit may be located external to the patient's body. Responsive to signals from one or more activity or temperature sensor elements, mathematical algorithms of the heat transfer management unit determine abnormal brain activity, causing the heat pump to remove heat from the brain tissue into a heat sink, thereby cooling the predetermined portion of the patient's brain. This technique utilizes acute hypothermia by means of a Peltier cooler or similar device to cool the brain temperature to reduce or prevent seizure initiation and/or propagation. The method may be used in association with brain stimulation and/or drug application to acutely avoid the occurrence of a seizure episode.

LED lighting device

The present invention relates to a lighting device using an LED. One embodiment of the invention provides a lamp-shaped LED lighting device that can replace a known lighting device. The lamp-shaped LED lighting device promptly emits the heat generated by an LED element, which influences the optical output and the lifespan of the LED lighting device, through a lamp-shaped frame with a heat-ventilation structure that facilitates air circulation. In addition, the lamp-shaped LED lighting device prevents glare from an LED light source by using a lateral reflecting member, a diffusion lens and a diffusion cover and diffuses the light from the light source widely without optical attenuation. Another embodiment of the invention provides a tube and panel-shaped LED lighting devices that can be replaced with a previous tube-shaped fluorescent light and a panel-shaped lighting device. The tube and panel-shaped LED lighting devices rapidly emit the heat generated by an LED element, which influences the optical output and the life span of the LED lighting device, through a tube and panel-shaped frame with a heat-sink structure. In addition, the tube and panel-shaped LED lighting devices prevent glare from the LED light source by optically arranging a curved reflecting plate, a diffusion plate and a diffusion window which include a diffusion lens at the upper portion of the LED element. Furthermore the tube and panel-shaped LED lighting devices diffuse the light from the LED light source widely without optical attenuation.

Optical element to reshape light with color and brightness uniformity

A light valve such as an active matrix LCD between crossed polarizers, utilizing, for instance, individual transistors to control each "pixel area" of the LCD and storage elements to store video signal data for each pixel, with optically shielded "dead spaces" between pixels to eliminate electric field cross-talk and non-information-bearing light bleed-through, is illuminated with a bright independent light source which creates a video image projected via specialized projection optics onto an internal or external screen without distortions, regardless of the angle of projection onto the screen. Use of heat sinks, IR reflective coatings, heat absorbing optics, optional fluid and a thermistor controlled pixel transistor bias voltage injection servo circuit stabilizes image performance, maintaining accurate color and contrast levels as the LCD changes temperature. In one embodiment of the invention, use of a multi-color LCD with a stepped cavity, producing different thicknesses of LCD for the different wavelengths that pass through it, allows a linear correspondence between the wavelengths passing through the LCD to produce true black, high contrast and CRT-like color rendition. A dichroic mirror arrangement is used to overlap differently colored pixels in the projected image. Use of striped mirrors duplicate pixels, where necessary, eliminating spaces between pixels, creating a continuous image with no apparent stripes or dots. A special venetian-blind type of screen is also disclosed and methods for using the system to view three-dimensional video are also explained.
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