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Arnold Schoolman: Portable computer and head mounted display. Schoolman Scientific, Litman McMahon & Brown, January 25, 1994: US05281957 (232 worldwide citation)

A portable or "lap-top" computer includes an associated head mounted display. The display is constructed in a manner similar to a pair of eyeglasses but with liquid crystal display screens replacing or forming a portion of the eyeglass lenses. The display screens can be either opaque or light transm ...


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Arnold Schoolman: Stereoscopically displayed three dimensional medical imaging. Schoolman Scientific, Litman McMahon and Brown, February 20, 1996: US05493595 (106 worldwide citation)

A stereoscopically displayed three dimensional medical imaging system derives image data from a tomographic imaging apparatus and reconstructs the image data into a three dimensional model and displays right and left stereoscopic three dimensional image components of the model on corresponding right ...


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Arnold Schoolman: Vacuum strip apparatus for surgery. Schoolman Scientific Corporation, Litman McMahon & Brown, June 1, 1993: US05215539 (69 worldwide citation)

A disposable surgical apparatus for removing potentially harmful materials including fluids, vapors and airborne particles, especially AIDS virus, from an operating zone, during an operation comprising a vacuum generating system that draws the potentially harmful material through a suction manifold ...


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Arnold Schoolman: Stereoscopically display three dimensional ultrasound imaging. Schoolman Scientific, Litman McMahon and Brown, February 6, 1996: US05488952 (65 worldwide citation)

A stereoscopically displayed three dimensional ultrasound imaging system derives image data from an ultrasound imaging apparatus including a two dimensional ultrasound transducer array, reconstructs the image data into a three dimensional model, and displays right and left stereoscopic three dimensi ...


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Arnold Schoolman: High resolution navigation and mapping system. Schoolman Scientific, Litman McMahon & Brown, May 28, 1991: US05019828 (49 worldwide citation)

A combined navigational and display system for a person including a helmet carrying apparatus for communication, storage and processing of information and for the visual display of information. The navigational system is based on an electromagnetic field generated at sufficiently high frequency pref ...


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Arnold Schoolman: Stereoscopic video telecommunication system. Schoolman Scientific Corporation, Litman McMahon and Brown L L C, October 14, 1997: US05677728 (37 worldwide citation)

A stereoscopic video telecommunication system includes a fiberoptic based wideband switching network interconnecting wideband subscriber stations and narrowband subscriber stations. A wideband station includes a stereoscopic video receiver along with a stereophonic audio receiver for respectively di ...


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Arnold Schoolman: Vacuum barrier. Schoolman Scientific Corporation, Litman McMahon & Brown, June 26, 1990: US04936318 (18 worldwide citation)

A protective apparatus for preventing the exchange of harmful substances between an area isolated by the apparatus and the environment for use in medical, laboratory, and industrial application. The apparatus includes a physical shield, a vacuum barrier, and an adjustable support frame. The apparatu ...


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Arnold Schoolman: Anesthesia machine with head worn display. Schoolman Scientific Corporation, John C McMahon, July 9, 2002: US06415792 (17 worldwide citation)

An anesthesia machine with a head worn display includes a gas delivery system and a patient monitor system cooperating in such a manner as to monitor the anesthesia and vital parameters of a patient in surgery. The gas delivery system supplies oxygen or a gaseous anesthetic at a controlled pressure ...


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Arnold Schoolman: Protective cuff apparatus for surgery. Schoolman Scientific Corporation, Litman McMahon & Brown, August 14, 1990: US04947868 (5 worldwide citation)

A disposable surgical apparatus for removing potentially harmful vapor and airborne particulate, especially AIDS virus, from an operating zone, including an environment occupied by a surgeon during an operation comprises a vacuum generating system that draws the potentially harmful vapor and airborn ...