YunTech Achieves an Excellent Performance at the 2015 Invention, Innovation and Technology Exhibitio
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The 26th Invention, Innovation and Technology Exhibition (ITEX) took place from May 21st to 23rd at the Kuala Lumpur Convention Centre, Malaysia. YunTech had 4 entries this year which won 2 silver and 2 copper medals.


The silver medal inventions are described below:


The invention, “Come Play 3D Glasses,” was invented by students Lin Bo-shi, Lin Shien-chan, Wu Pei-jung and Chen Chun-en under the instruction of Professor Chen Chien-yu of the Department of Electronic Engineering. Different from the other glasses on the market, the 3D glasses adopt a prism and circular polaroid to reduce discomfort and blind spots caused while watching 3D television. The 3D glasses are not only a convenient technical gadget, but also a pair of glasses with a sense of design which make people wearing them more fashionable. People may wear “Come Play 3D Glasses” for their daytime and nighttime driving as well. It is no doubt that the 3D glasses are a high-functioning and intellectual gadget for entertaining usages and eye protection.


The other invention, “Optical Fluid-flow Velocity Sensing Apparatus and Method,” was invented by student Shen Bin-li under the instruction of Professor Wang Jian-neng of the Department of Civil and Construction Engineering. Featuring  the advantages of low cost, light weight, easy to produce, thin diameters, wide pass band, high flexibility, resistance to high temperature and radiation, corrosion stability and no more process and autocalytic plating for sensing elements, it is believed that this invention can be commercialized on the market easily and become popular in the industrial field.