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Kevin Ferguson, Donald Gronachan: Human movement measurement system. Motiva, Standley Law Group, February 17, 2009: US07492268 (80 worldwide citation)

A system for measuring the position of transponders for testing and training a user to manipulate the position of the transponders while being guided by interactive and sensory feedback through a bidirectional communication link to a processing system for the purpose of functional movement assessmen ...


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Kevin Ferguson, Donald Gronachan: Human movement measurement system. Motiva, Standley Law Group, May 31, 2011: US07952483 (24 worldwide citation)

A system for use in playing a video game, the system acting to measure the position of transponders for testing and to train the user to manipulate the position of the transponders while being guided by interactive and sensory feedback. A bidirectional communication link to a processing system suppo ...


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Schwartz Robert C, Burke Frederick: Collapsible slide projection theatre. Motiva, March 11, 1975: US3870411 (9 worldwide citation)

A highly-compact, collapsible rear-screen theatre of attache-case size for a slide projector having a box-like housing on whose front wall is mounted a projection lens at a position adjacent one side of the housing. The theatre includes an open-top casing for accommodating the slide projector and a ...


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Robert C Schwartz: Audio-visual slide projection system. Motiva, September 21, 1976: US03981573 (6 worldwide citation)

A highly-compact audio-visual slide projection system which makes use of an array of co-planar rear-view screen sections forming a screen matrix for presenting images selectively derived from an adjacent array of individual slide projectors. Interposed between each screen section and its correspondi ...


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Kevin Ferguson, Donald Gronachan: Human movement measurement system. Motiva, Standley Law Group, April 17, 2012: US08159354 (4 worldwide citation)

A system for use in playing a video game, the system acting to measure the position of transponders for testing and to train the user to manipulate the position of the transponders while being guided by interactive and sensory feedback. A bidirectional communication link to a processing system suppo ...


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Dispositif de distribution automatique denregistrements sonores. Motiva Trading, April 7, 1978: FR2364586-A1 (3 worldwide citation)

L'installation comprend des lecteurs de cartouches à bande magnétique sans fin en nombre suffisant pour disposer du nombre voulu de pistes de reproduction simultanées, chacune des voies de la ou des têtes magnétiques multiples alimentant par l'intermédiaire d'un pré-amplificateur individuel une lign ...


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Kevin Ferguson, Donald Gronachan: Human movement measurement system. Motiva, Standley Law Group, April 23, 2013: US08427325 (2 worldwide citation)

A system for use in playing a video game, the system acting to measure the movement, motion, acceleration, orientation, and/or position of transponders while being guided by interactive and sensory feedback. A bidirectional communication link to a processing system supporting the video game provides ...


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Kevin Ferguson, Donald Gronachan: Human movement measurement system. MOTIVA, Standley Law Group, August 30, 2016: US09427659

A system for use in playing a video game, the system acting to measure the movement, motion, acceleration, orientation, and/or position of transponders while being guided by interactive and sensory feedback. A bidirectional communication link to a processing system supporting the video game provides ...


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Kevin Ferguson, Donald Gronachan: Human movement measurement system. Motiva, August 18, 2011: US20110201428-A1

A system for use in playing a video game, the system acting to measure the position of transponders for testing and to train the user to manipulate the position of the transponders while being guided by interactive and sensory feedback. A bidirectional communication link to a processing system suppo ...


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Kevin Ferguson, Donald Gronachan: Human movement measurement system. Motiva, Standley Law Group, June 11, 2009: US20090149257-A1

A system for use in playing a video game, the system acting to measure the position of transponders for testing and to train the user to manipulate the position of the transponders while being guided by interactive and sensory feedback. A bidirectional communication link to a processing system suppo ...