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Yuji Nagao, Keiji Yano: Gaming system that pays out a progressive bonus using a lottery. Sega Enterprises, Dickstein Shapiro Morin & Oshinsky, July 8, 1997: US05645486 (495 worldwide citation)

A progressive gaming system pays out a progressively increasing bonus to a player who wins a game with a predetermined winning combination. The progressive gaming system includes a plurality of gaming controllers which detect when a player gets one of a plurality of predetermined winning combination ...


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Makoto Ohara, Hirotsugu Tomizawa, Shinichirou Sugiura: Information display system for electronically reading a book. Kabushiki Kaisha Sega Enterprises, Price Gess & Ubell, January 16, 1996: US05485176 (165 worldwide citation)

An information display system having a housing with a location for receiving a document such as a book is provided. A location detection circuit is mounted on the housing adjacent the document and can determine any subjective selection of a location on the document. The document can have a plurality ...


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Tsutao Nishizaki, Shin Iwagami, Futoshi Itoh, Shingo Dote: IC card system for a game machine. Schlumberger Systems, Toppan Label, Sega Enterprises, Rosenthal & Osha L, September 9, 2003: US06616535 (161 worldwide citation)

An IC card system for a game machine using an IC card includes a game token input device for inputting a game token onto the IC card based on the amount of money deposited. The IC card system also includes a game device that decreases the number of game tokens stored on the IC card when the IC card ...


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Himoto Atsunori, Tosaki Kenji, Date Toshinori: Controller and extension unit for controller. Sega Enterprises, April 15, 1998: EP0835676-A1 (157 worldwide citation)

An expansion unit (50, 60 or 70) is connected to a controller body (10) including an analog direction key (12), a digital direction key (14), command buttons (20a-20z), command levers (22l, 22r) etc. An expansion unit (50) including a photo emitting unit (52) is connected to thereby make the control ...


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Singo Dote: Medal game machine. Sega Enterprises, Price Gess & Ubell, June 22, 1993: US05221083 (146 worldwide citation)

A medal game machine adapted to use a multiplicity of medals and to apportion them to the player who bet medals and won in a game. The machine comprises an enclosure having an open central portion on its front side, a display unit mounted in the center of the head portion of the enclosure, a flat ha ...


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Toshinori Asai, Masaki Kawahori: CD-ROM disk and security check method for the same. Kabushkuki Kaisha Sega Enterprises, Dickstein Shapiro & Morin, December 6, 1994: US05371792 (135 worldwide citation)

A CD-ROM disk comprises an identifier region having a disk identifier recorded in and a security code region having a security code recorded in. The identifier region and the security code region are provided in one sector of a boot sector to be read when actuated. The disk identifier includes a pre ...


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Makoto Kaneko, Yasuo Jin, Shingo Kataoka, Takanori Akiyama: Ball game machine with a roulette-type rotary disk and a display located in the central area therein. Sega Enterprises, Dickstein Shapiro Morin & Oshinsky, March 9, 1999: US05879235 (135 worldwide citation)

A roulette-like ball game machine has a rotary disk with a plurality of pockets arranged in a peripheral direction and assigned a number respectively, and a guide circle provided around the rotary disk at a somewhat higher position and joining to the rotary disk through an inclined surface. While th ...


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Yoshifusa Hayama, Kazunori O, Seiichi Yamagata, Shinobu Hayashi, Shigenobu Nakamura, Kazuko Noguchi, Makio Kida, Takeharu Tanimura, Tadahiro Kawamura, Yuichiro Mine, Hideki Tanaka, Naohiro Warama: Image processing device, image processing method and recording medium. Kabushiki Kaisha Sega Enterprises, Finnegan Henderson Farabow Garrett & Dunner L, February 5, 2002: US06343987 (126 worldwide citation)

In an image processing device composed such that it can display a prescribed object whilst changing the shape of the object. Furthermore, the image processing device includes a first memory for recording information for first polygons which form the object; a second memory for recording information ...


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Makoto Ohara: Television game apparatus. Sega Enterprises, Price Gess & Ubell, November 10, 1992: US05161803 (124 worldwide citation)

A television game set comprises an operation button used to operate a game, a game control section for controlling the game, a display section for displaying the progress of the game, and a connector to which either a game cartridge storing a game program therein or a tuner cartridge for receiving t ...