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The ALLVIEW™ Mirror
Vs.
The Standard & Convex
Rearview Mirrors

 

The ALLVIEW™ Mirror
Vs.
The Blind Spot Mirrors

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 


AMS™ Model 1750


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A Side-by-Side Comparison of the Same Road Scene.
The following comparisons can be home tested and self verified.

THE PATENTED ALLVIEW™ MIRROR
Vs.
THE STANDARD AND CONVEX REARVIEW MIRRORS

For assessing the extent to which mirror can eliminate blind spots on both sides of a vehicle at the same time, a simulated standard 12 foot wide three lane roadway has the middle car (let's say your car) pulled up to a lane between two other vehicles of traffic in your immediate left and right adjacent lanes.

FIG. A
Standard Rearview Mirrors View

FIG. B
Convex Mirror View

FIG. C
ALLVIEW™ Mirror View

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FIG. A
After proper alignment of all three standard rearivew mirrors, the interior plane rearview mirror picture taken from your normal driving position shows that it reflects only the road scene directly behind your car through the rear window.

The left driver's side exterior plane mirror picture taken from the same normal driving position of the same road scene shows that it fails to reflect the vehicle traveling in your immediate left adjacent lane in the blind spot between the mirror and your peripheral vision.

The right passenger's side exterior convex mirror taken from the same normal driving position of the same road scene shows that it fails to reflect the vehicle traveling in your immediate right adjacent lane in the blind spot between the mirror and your peripheral vision, not to mention the curved background produced by the mirror's distortion.

FIG. B
The interior convex mirror picture taken from the same normal driving position as in FIG A. of the same road scene shows that it fails to reflect both vehicles traveling in your immediate left and right adjacent lanes, while creating visual distortion in the center as well as along the bottom and at both ends of the mirror causing visual misjudgments.

FIG. C
The ALLVIEW™ Mirror picture taken from the same normal driving position as in FIG A. & B. of the same road scene shows that it reflects the vehicles traveling in both your immediate left and right adjacent lanes through the clear, crisp and sharp distortion-free ALLVIEW™ Mirror view, while seeing all lanes in your rear traffic view enabling you to see if someone else is in another lane moving into the same spot you want (as shown below in FIG. I, FIG. II, FIG.III & FIG. IV).

The following comparisons can be home tested and self verified.

THE PATENTED ALLVIEW™ MIRROR
Vs.
THE BLIND SPOT MIRRORS

Below, in FIG.I, a birds-eye-view picture shows a simulated 12-foot-wide multi-lane roadway has the driver’s white car in Lane 1 and another rear approaching white car in Lane 4 from the driver’s left as labeled.


FIG. I

Below, in FIG. II, the picture taken from the normal driving position of the driver’s car shows that the white car in Lane 4 reflected in the Allview™ Mirror is moving into the same spot the driver wants, which the driver cannot see through any of the triangle, rectangle and round blind spot mirrors that stick-on to the exterior mirror as shown, which are explicitly sold to eliminate blind spots left behind by the exterior mirrors.


FIG. II

Below, in FIG.III, the birds-eye-view picture shows a simulated 12-foot-wide multi-lane roadway has the driver’s white car in Lane 1 and a rear approaching blue car in Lane 4 from the driver’s right as labeled.


FIG. III

Below, in FIG. IV, the picture taken from the same normal driving position of the driver’s car shows that the blue car in Lane 4 reflected in the Allview™ Mirror is moving into the same spot the driver wants, which the driver cannot see through any of the triangle, rectangle and round blind spot mirrors that stick-on to the exterior mirror as shown, which are explicitly sold to eliminate blind spots left behind by the exterior mirrors.


FIG. IV

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After proper alignment of the triangle, rectangle and round blind spot mirrors that stick-on to the exterior mirrors, the blind spots that maintain are still large enough to hide a vehicle. Do not assume that your blind spots are eliminated or you could be putting your life and others at risk. If you do not physically turn your head when the vehicle moves into the same spot you want at this moment, you would not know if you were getting in the way of the vehicle moving into that same spot until you got there.
Empirical results from the pictures and Allview™ Mirror view prove that the blind spots left by the blind spot mirrors on both sides of the driver’s car are large enough to hide a vehicle. No matter how the blind spot mirrors are shaped and whatever access the blind spot mirrors promise, do not assume that your blind spots are eliminated or you could be putting your life and others at risk. At 65mph, it takes less than one-tenth (1/10) of a second for a vehicle in another lane to travel a 12-feet-wide-lane to move into the same spot you want. It would be too late to stop without hitting the vehicle.

THE SOLUTION IS ALL DONE WITH THE ALLVIEW™ MIRROR SYSTEM (AMS™)

Make no mistake, seeing from every angle is one thing, but judging accurately and timely what you see through the visual distortion view created by the convex mirror is another. That is why, under federal law, the convex mirror must be indelibly marked at the lower edge of the mirror’s reflective surface with the words “Objects in Mirror Are Closer Than They Appear”. Federal law proves that the key blind spot problem question left completely unanswered by the Standard Rearview Mirrors is how to solve the visual distortion created by the convex mirror. The solution is all done with AMS™:

The patented ALLVIEW™ Mirror is a three-way seamless full view feature at one glance design and contains no blind spots, revealing all lanes of uninterrupted roadway unfolding behind you; the left mirror portion reflects traffic to the left of your car through the left side windows; the middle mirror portion reflects traffic directly behind your car through the rear window; and the right mirror portion reflects traffic on the right of your car through the right side windows.

You are able to watch a vehicle as it passes your car in your immediate left or right adjacent lane through the ALLVIEW™ Mirror. The vehicle appears in your side window before leaving your rear window, and in your peripheral vision before leaving your side window (as shown in FIG. C), while seeing all lanes in your rear traffic view enabling you to see if someone else is in another lane moving into the same spot you want (as shown in FIG.II & FIG.IV).

The ALLVIEW Windows Program™ (AWP™) is created by the patented built-in Nearest Safety Distance™ (NSD™) maintained between the driver’s car in the front and the following vehicle in the back displayed in the ALLVIEW™ Mirror to form the Allview™ Mirror System (AMS™) creating a complete driving vision solution for drivers, showing you when and where it is safe to change lanes, merge and exit freeways, join traffic-flow, start road-departures and how to complete such maneuvers safely, accurately and timely without turning your head and guesswork. That is all done with NSD™.

Under U.S. Patent No. 5,321,556, AMS™ eliminates blind spots and offsets visual distortion all at the same time at any given moment right before your eyes that the interior convex mirror and exterior blind spot mirrors cannot do. With AMS™ you can save lives and the life saved could be your own.

In addition to solving the blind spot and visual distortion problems, AMS™ also solves:
Guesswork • Visual Misjudgments • Disorientation • Getting Lost In Tunnel Vision • Peripheral Vision Impairments • Head Turns That Take Your Eyes Off Of The Road • Rearview Mirrors Glance Duration • Difficulty With Correlating Multiple Images • Night-Glare Received From Exterior Mirrors • Dewdrops, Raindrops, Snow, Ice And Dust Blurred Exterior Mirrors Produced By
The Standard Rearview Mirrors And Blind Spot Mirrors That Stick-On To The Exterior Mirrors Alignment And Operation


1. ALLVIEW™ Mirror View Vs. Standard Rearview Mirrors View Animation

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1989-2014 Allview Mirrors Corporation. All rights reserved. U.S. Patent No. 5,321,556 with 55 claims.