SIMULATES AIRCRAFT OR SPACE VEHICLE OR SIMULATES THE MOVEMENTTHEREOF:
(under the class definition) Amusement device wherein the device comprises a nonaerodynamic imitative representation of the shape, form, or movement of a mobile conveyance which is adapted to travel through the air or outer space (e.g., an aerial vehicle, spaceship, etc.); and wherein the imitative representation includes means to receive a person therein or
(1) Note. The simulated aerial or space vehicle devices included herein have no aerodynamic capabilities.
(2) Note. Most of the devices included here are intended to receive a person within a simulated cockpit of the vehicle represented and usually include a means to rock it back and forth or to oscillate it, so that the person within the device may experience movement or motions which are intended to represent the movement or motions that the person would experience if he or she were an occupant in an actual aerial or space vehicle.
(3) Note. An amusement device which simulates an aerial or space vehicle and which is also capable of translating (e.g., rolling, etc.) over a land or floor surface is excluded from this subclass and also excluded from this class. See the Search Class note to Land Vehicles.
SEE OR SEARCH THIS CLASS, SUBCLASS:
135, for an occupant operated device capable of being rocked or oscillated in place by the occupant, the movement thereof being generated by the occupant moving or shifting his body about while occupying the device. Also see the Search Notes thereunder for other rocking or oscillating devices.
SEE OR SEARCH CLASS 244, Aeronautics, appropriate subclasses, for an aerial or space vehicle in general.
280, Land Vehicles, appropriate subclasses, for a land vehicle in general and particularly
1.12, and 1.21 for a wheeled simulation of an aircraft or space vehicle on which a child sits. Also see the (3) Note above.
297, Chairs and Seats, particularly
181, for a seat device which simulates a vehicle such as an aircraft.
434, Education and Demonstration, particularly
28, for a device for instructing or demonstrating to a person the effect of wind upon the path of an aircraft, and subclasses 30+ for a device which instructs or tests a person in the operation of a flight vehicle.
446, Amusement Devices: Toys, particularly
7, for a toy device for use by a child in which the toy device is a simulation of a vehicle cockpit or of vehicle control, subclasses 30+ for a tethered fixed-wing toy
aircraft device, subclasses 34+ for a toy device which is aerodynamically supported or retarded, subclasses 88 and 93+ for a construction toy device which may be assembled into an aerial or space vehicle, subclasses 211+ for a jet-propelled toy aircraft vehicle, subclass 225 for an inflatable toy device which simulates an aerial or space vehicle, and especially subclasses 230+ for an nonaerodynamic toy device which simulates an aircraft or space vehicle.