Parichay Saxena
Parichay Saxena, Sheng Dong, Alexandra Nsonwu: Voice recognition for animated agent-based navigation. Sony Corporation, Sony Electronics, David W Heid, Skjerven Morrill MacPherson, April 23, 2002: US06377928 (116 worldwide citation)

A method of operation of a computer system for processing an arbitrary document such as a World Wide Web page to provide additional information not immediately available from the raw, unprocessed document. This additional information allows a user to navigate and control the content of the document ...

Parichay Saxena
Parichay Saxena, Xiaohui Zhang, Hiroaki Nakano: Integrated communication center. Sony Corporation, Sony Electronics, Blakely Sokoloff Taylor & Zafman, July 10, 2001: US06259449 (98 worldwide citation)

A system for integrating communication programs in a computer is disclosed. A graphical user interface includes a first interface screen which provides display areas for information regarding files and messages sent and received by the computer. The first interface screen also includes option button ...

Parichay Saxena
Brian Bakoglu, Parichay Saxena: Online simultaneous/altering-audio/video/voice data based service and support for computer systems. Sony Corporation, Sony Electronics, Harold T Fujii, Jerry A Miller, November 9, 1999: US05983369 (95 worldwide citation)

An online computer support system uses simultaneous and alternating transfer of different data types including voice, image, video, and other digital information. This allows a customer service representative and a user having a computer problem to communicate more effectively and solve the problem. ...



Rodger J Lea, Harold Aaron Ludke: Home audio/video network with two level device control. Sony Corporation of Japan, Sony Electronics, Wagner Murabito & Hao, February 29, 2000: US06032202 (578 worldwide citation)

A method and system for providing seamless interoperability and integration of a plurality of devices in a network. When a new device is coupled to a home audio video network, the device is queried to obtain a description of first level functions supported by the device. A first level control module ...

Loretta C Legall, Hans Masli, Charles J Kulas: Integrated search of electronic program guide, internet and other information resources. Sony Corporation, Sony Electronics, Blakely Sokoloff Taylor & Zafman, December 21, 1999: US06005565 (528 worldwide citation)

A power search tool that enables a user to search an electronic program guide and other information resources with one search. A search tool window is displayed that enables a user to select filter elements used to search. Alternately, in one embodiment, the filter elements are automatically selecte ...

Mark Champion: System and method for request, delivery and use of multimedia files for audiovisual entertainment in the home environment. Sony Corporation, Sony Electronics, Steven L Nichols, Rader Fishman & Grauer PLLC, August 17, 2004: US06778869 (494 worldwide citation)

A personal computer connected to the Internet can receive and store audio and audiovisual data or programming from the Internet. This audio and audiovisual programming can be provided by the computer over a digital connection to speakers and/or a monitor located away from the computer at a location ...

Michael T MacKay: Integrated multi-media production and authoring system. Sony Electronics, Jeffrey J Blatt, April 26, 1994: US05307456 (429 worldwide citation)

A network multi-media production and authoring system. A real-time network referred to as an "AV LAN" is defined. Coupled to the AV LAN are a number of shared multi-media production resource devices. These multi-media production resource devices include video tape recorders, audio tape recorders, vi ...

John M Van Ryzin: Automobile navigation system. Sony Corporation, Sony Electronics, William S Frommer, Frommer Lawrence & Haug, December 1, 1998: US05844505 (397 worldwide citation)

Automobile navigation system utilizes a wide angle CCD camera that is coupled to the vehicle to receive video images of signs being approached by the vehicle. The user (e.g., the driver) of the system supplies via an input keyboard the desired destination of the vehicle and by using, e.g., a digital ...