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John Ellenby, Thomas Ellenby, Peter Ellenby: Vision system for viewing a sporting event. Geovector Corporation, Page Lohr, February 29, 2000: US06031545 (196 worldwide citation)

The systems combine images of a real scene with computer generated imagery where the computer generated imagery is particular to the position and pointing attitude of the device. Being useful to spectators of the game baseball, the device can produce images showing where a strike zone is relative to ...


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John Ellenby, Thomas William Ellenby, Peter Malcolm Ellenby, Kenyon E B McGuire: Electro-optic vision systems. GeoVector Corporation, Wilson Sonsini Goodrich & Rosati, May 16, 2000: US06064398 (154 worldwide citation)

An image processing system for producing an augmented image of a real world scene uses an image capturing device that captures a digital image of the real world scene and uses a database of real world scene information. The system includes the storage resources that locate the selected real world sc ...


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John Ellenby, Peter Malcolm Ellenby, Thomas William Ellenby: Apparatus for controlling electrical devices in response to sensed conditions. Geovector Corporation, Wilson Sonsini Goodrich & Rosati, November 23, 1999: US05991827 (119 worldwide citation)

A system is disclosed that senses physical characteristics of an electronic device. The system controls the electronic device in response to the sensed physical characteristics. The system includes a control subsystem. The control subsystem includes a time trigger and an anticipation/latency reducti ...


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John Ellenby, Thomas W Ellenby, Peter M Ellenby: Augmented reality vision systems which derive image information from other vision systems. GeoVector Corporation, Page Lohr, August 21, 2001: US06278461 (115 worldwide citation)

A vision system which collects information from similar vision systems having a different perspective of a scene are arranged to produce a composite image. The composite image having information from both perspectives can then include features impossible to otherwise show. Objects otherwise “hidden” ...


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John Ellenby, Peter Malcolm Ellenby, Thomas William Ellenby: Method and apparatus for controlling electrical devices in response to sensed conditions. Geovector Corporation, Wilson Sonsini Goodrich & Rosati, October 12, 2004: US06804726 (109 worldwide citation)

A system is disclosed that senses physical characteristics of an electronic device. The system controls the electronic device in response to the sensed physical characteristics. The system includes a control subsystem. The control subsystem includes a time trigger and an anticipation/latency reducti ...


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John Ellenby, Thomas William Ellenby, Peter Malcolm Ellenby, Kenyon E B McGuire: Electro-optic vision systems. GeoVector Corporation, Morgan Lewis & Bockius, November 27, 2007: US07301536 (98 worldwide citation)

An image processing system for delivering real scene information to a data processor. The system includes the data processor, an image-delivery mechanism, an information delivery mechanism, and a graphic processor.


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Ellenby John, Thomas William Ellenby, Peter Malcolm Ellenby, Kenyon E B McGuire: Electro-optic vision systems. GeoVector Corporation, Ward & Olivo, March 29, 2011: US07916138 (97 worldwide citation)

An image processing system for delivering real scene information to a data processor. The system includes the data processor, an image-delivery mechanism, an information delivery mechanism, and a graphic processor.


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Ellenby John, Ellenby Peter M, Ellenby Thomas W: Mehtod and apparatus for controlling electrical devices in response to sensed conditions. Geovector Corporation, Ellenby John, Ellenby Peter M, Ellenby Thomas W, PANEPUCCI Michael J, November 27, 1997: WO/1997/044737 (1 worldwide citation)

A system (200) is disclosed that senses physical characteristics of an electronic device (214). The system (200) controls the electronic device (214) in response to the sensed physical characteristics. The system (200) includes a control subsystem. The control subsystem includes a time trigger (206) ...


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Ellenby Thomas, Ellenby Peter, Jay Jeffrey Alan: Information systems having position measuring capacity. Geovector Corporation, PAGE Joseph, August 30, 2001: WO/2001/063487 (1 worldwide citation)

Systems are arranged to provide a user information which relates to objects of interest. A user may provide indication of a directional reference to a device. The device determines which objects are being addressed by searching a database containing preprogrammed information relating to objects. Inf ...


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ELLENBY THOMAS: Photographers guidance systems. Geovector Corporation, Page Joseph, March 10, 2011: WO/2011/028720 (1 worldwide citation)

A photographer's guidance system is formed of a computer-based processor made responsive to location, time of day, manual user inputs, among others to provide photo exposure suggestions based upon information stored as photo set-up descriptors In response to user requests and present conditions such ...



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