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Arthur L Berman: Optical combiner collimating apparatus. Kaiser Aerospace & Electronics Corporation, Townsend and Townsend, September 24, 1991: US05050966 (111 worldwide citation)

An improved optical display system, such as a head-up display system. A highly transmissive light-weight and shatterproof optical combiner is provided. The combiner includes at least one cholesteric liquid crystal element for transmitting a first image in a line of sight and for reflecting a second ...


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Michael H Kalmanash: Method and apparatus for multi-color display. Kaiser Aerospace & Electronics Corporation, Marvin H Kleinberg, Matthew F Jodziewicz, February 12, 1991: US04991941 (96 worldwide citation)

A field sequential color shutter display system including a light source emitting light rays having substantially first and second different primary colors. First and second light polarizing filters are included. The filters are aligned in optical communication with the source. Each filter includes ...


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Arthur L Berman, Thomas M Lewis: Multiple image forming apparatus. Kaiser Aerospace & Electronics Corporation, Townsend and Townsend, January 22, 1991: US04987410 (95 worldwide citation)

A head-up display (HUD)/head-down display (HDD) system capable of projecting multi-color images employs cholesteric liquid crystal elements, two-state liquid crystal devices, an image source, a beam splitter, and a combiner to, in sequence, generate HUD and HDD images. An LCD and cholesteric liquid ...


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Michael H Kalmanash: Backlight for liquid crystal devices. Kaiser Aerospace & Electronics Corporation, Marvin H Kleinberg, May 18, 1993: US05211463 (75 worldwide citation)

A backlight system for liquid crystal device display is equipped with a dual lighting system for day viewing and compatible with night vision systems. The day lighting system uses conventional fluorescent or incandescent lamps for full color display during daytime use. The night lighting system uses ...


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Thomas C Suvada: Color head-up display system. Kaiser Aerospace & Electronics Corporation, Marvin H Kleinberg, April 6, 1993: US05200844 (58 worldwide citation)

A field sequential color head-up display system includes image generating means including a source of light of at least two different wavelengths. A color selective polarizing filter having first and second absorption axes, enables the passage of linearly polarized light of first and second colors. ...


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Michael H Kalmanash: Stereoscopic display. Kaiser Aerospace & Electronics Corporation, Marvin H Kleinberg, Don C Lawrence, October 31, 1989: US04877307 (56 worldwide citation)

A stereoscopic display capable of displaying monochromatic or colored views of moving, three dimensional scenes comprises means for sequentially projecting alternate ones of successive pairs of substantially monochromatic images corresponding to right-eye and left-eye perspectives of the scene at a ...


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Kenneth Stuart: Electronic boresight. Kaiser Aerospace & Electronics Corporation, Townsend and Townsend, July 16, 1991: US05031330 (52 worldwide citation)

Pairs of level sensing devices are used in a method that aligns plane surfaces to one another. One of the pairs of level sensing devices is located on each of the plane surfaces. The level sensing devices of each pair are aligned and positioned parallel to two orthogonal axes of the plane. The outpu ...


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Tim J Edwards, Mayer Rud: Dual combiner eyepiece. Kaiser Aerospace & Electronics Corporation, Marvin H Kleinberg, Marshall A Lerner, Michael J Ram, April 9, 1996: US05506728 (48 worldwide citation)

A combiner eyepiece with an enhancement imagery source and a collimating mirror is equipped with two oblique partially reflective mirrors. Both mirrors reflect some of the light impinging on their partially reflective sides and transmit substantially all of the rest of such light. The result is a co ...


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Donald L Morrison: Pressure-balanced fluid coupling. Kaiser Aerospace & Electronics Corporation, Fulwider Patton Rieber Lee & Utecht, November 7, 1978: US04124228 (48 worldwide citation)

A fluid coupling of the type which couples automatically on the engagement of two coupling members and which uncouples automatically on the application of a predetermined minimum axial separation force, as is useful in refueling operations between moving vehicles. One coupling member has an annular ...


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Andrew T Tirums: Form-fitting, energy-absorbing material and method for making the same. Kaiser Aerospace & Electronics Corporation, Townsend and Townsend, October 15, 1991: US05056162 (47 worldwide citation)

A helmet system includes a helmet shell and an energy-absorbing helmet liner that is constructed from an open-cell urethane foam impregnated with a room-temperature curable thermoset epoxy. The impregnated foam liner is inserted in the helmet shell, heated until the liner becomes deformably plastic, ...