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Erwin Meinders
Meinders Erwin, Wilderbeek Johannes, Van Der, Mark Martinus: Display. Koninklijke Philips Electronics, Meinders Erwin, Wilderbeek Johannes, Van Der, Mark Martinus, CHAFFRAIX Jean, April 28, 2005: WO/2005/038758 (1 worldwide citation)

The present invention relates to a display for displaying pre-recorded images. The display comprises at least one image stack comprising at least one image sub-stack (13, 14, 15). The image sub-stack comprises a material which optical properties depend on a potential difference (V1) applied between ...


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Erwin Meinders
Meinders Erwin, Van Der, Mark Martinus, Padiy Alexander, Wilderbeek Johannes, Kalman Josephus: Optical scanning device. Koninklijke Philips Electronics, Meinders Erwin, Van Der, Mark Martinus, Padiy Alexander, Wilderbeek Johannes, Kalman Josephus, CHAFFRAIX Jean, December 16, 2004: WO/2004/109664 (1 worldwide citation)

The invention relates to an optical scanning device for scanning an information carrier comprising a plurality of information layers which optical properties depend on a potential difference applied between two electrodes. The optical scanning device comprises a fixed part comprising means (302) for ...


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Erwin Meinders
Van Der, Mark Martinus, Meinders Erwin: Multi-stack rolled-up information carrier. Koninklijke Philips Electronics, Van Der, Mark Martinus, Meinders Erwin, CHAFFRAIX Jean, September 10, 2004: WO/2004/077414

The invention relates to an information carrier for scanning information by means of an optical beam having a wavelength. The information carrier comprises a central hole (11) and at least two information stacks (13, 14) rolled up around said hole. Each information stack comprises a first electrode, ...


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Erwin Meinders
Kahlman Josephus, Van Der, Mark Martinus, Meinders Erwin: Multi-layer information carrier with switching circuit. Koninklijke Philips Electronics, Kahlman Josephus, Van Der, Mark Martinus, Meinders Erwin, ROCHE Denis, January 27, 2005: WO/2005/008638

The invention relates to an information carrier comprising at least one information layer which optical properties depend on a potential difference applied between two electrodes (531,532). The information carrier is intended to be scanned by an optical scanning device comprising means for generatin ...


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Erwin Meinders
Van Der, Mark Martinus, Meinders Erwin, Kahlman Josephus, Wilderbeek Johannes, Padiy Alexander: Optical scanning device. Koninklijke Philips Electronics, Van Der, Mark Martinus, Meinders Erwin, Kahlman Josephus, Wilderbeek Johannes, Padiy Alexander, CHAFFRAIX Jean, December 16, 2004: WO/2004/109668

The invention relates to an optical scanning device for scanning an information carrier comprising a plurality of information layers which optical properties depend on a potential difference applied between two electrodes. The optical scanning device comprises a rotating part (301, 305) comprising m ...


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Prins Menno W J, Van Der, Mark Martinus B, Duineveld Paulus C, Megens Mischa, Kahlman Josephus A H M: Magnetic rotation to improve signal-over-background in biosensing. Koninklijke Philips Electronics, Prins Menno W J, Van Der, Mark Martinus B, Duineveld Paulus C, Megens Mischa, Kahlman Josephus A H M, VAN WERMESKERKEN Stephanie C, November 24, 2005: WO/2005/111596 (21 worldwide citation)

The invention provides a method and a device (10) for distinguishing a specific binding from a less specific binding between at least one magnetic nanoparticle (11) and a surface of another entity by applying a magnetic field and detecting a physical parameter relating to magnetic nanoparticle rotat ...


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Van Der, Zaag Pieter Jan, Bakkers Erik Petrus Antonius Maria, Van Der, Mark Martinus Bernardus: Luminescent particle and method of detecting a biological entity using a luminescent particle. Koninklijke Philips Electronics, Van Der, Zaag Pieter Jan, Bakkers Erik Petrus Antonius Maria, Van Der, Mark Martinus Bernardus, VOLMER Georg, May 31, 2007: WO/2007/060591 (14 worldwide citation)

The invention provides a luminescent particle (10) and a method of detecting a biological entity using a luminescent particle, the luminescent particle comprising a core area (20) and a shell area (30), the core area (20) being covered by the shell area (30), the core area (20) conferring a luminesc ...


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Bakker Levinus P, Van, Beek Michael C, Van Der, Mark Martinus B, Van Den, Ham Rene, Hendriks Bernardus H W, Hoffmann Ralf, Van Der, Vaart Nijs C, Van Der, Voort Marjolein: A system, device, method, computer-readable medium, and use for in vivo imaging of tissue in an anatomical structure. Koninklijke Philips Electronics, Bakker Levinus P, Van, Beek Michael C, Van Der, Mark Martinus B, Van Den, Ham Rene, Hendriks Bernardus H W, Hoffmann Ralf, Van Der, Vaart Nijs C, Van Der, Voort Marjolein, SCHOUTEN Marcus M, May 29, 2008: WO/2008/062354 (9 worldwide citation)

A system is provided that may be used for locating and diagnosing lesions in the human body in vivo. In some embodiments, once the exact position of a lesion is found, a biopsy may be taken from the lesion using e.g. ultra sound techniques for guidance of the biopsy needle. Use of the system drastic ...


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Van Der, Mark Martinus B, Zijp Ferry, Stallinga Sjoerd: Optical data storage system for recording and/or reading and optical data storage medium for use in such system. Koninklijke Philips Electronics, Van Der, Mark Martinus B, Zijp Ferry, Stallinga Sjoerd, UITTENBOGAARD Frank, November 3, 2005: WO/2005/104115 (7 worldwide citation)

Multi layer near-field optical recording using a moderate numerical aperture (NA) is superior to the high-NA (NA=2.0) first-surface single-layer technique. The use of very flat and thin spacer layers limits spherical aberration due to difference in layer depth. The thin spacer layers may have a high ...


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Zijp Ferry, Balistreri Marcello L M, Van Der, Mark Martinus B: Optical data storage system and method of optical recording and/or reading. Koninklijke Philips Electronics, Zijp Ferry, Balistreri Marcello L M, Van Der, Mark Martinus B, UITTENBOGAARD Frank, November 3, 2005: WO/2005/104109 (6 worldwide citation)

An optical data storage system for recording and/or reading, using a radiation beam, having a wavelength &lgr;, focused onto a data storage layer of an optical data storage medium is described. The system comprises the medium having a cover layer that is transparent to the focused radiation beam, an ...