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Penelope C Percy, Roger D Percy: Television viewer reaction determining systems. R D Percy & Company, Benoit Law Corporation, February 24, 1987: US04646145 (184 worldwide citation)

Television viewer reaction determining systems generate distinct signals indicative of different viewer reactions to television programs. These systems generate a further signal identifying any of the mentioned distinct signals as indicative of a viewer reaction to an unspecified person appearing in ...


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Roger D Percy, David C M Wilding, Sholly Kagan: Television viewer reaction determining system. R D Percy & Company, Benoit Law Corporation, August 15, 1978: US04107734 (157 worldwide citation)

A system for determining viewing habits of television viewers, or television viewer reaction, in a multi-channel television broadcast reception area includes a television broadcast display set. A remote control for the television set has a manually actuable device located at a distance from the tele ...


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Hugh F Frohbach: Television audience survey system providing feedback of cumulative survey results to individual television viewers. R D Percy & Company, Benoit Law Corporation, August 15, 1978: US04107735 (147 worldwide citation)

A video program is broadcast to different video display sets in a broadcast reception area for display at the discretion of television viewers in that area. In order to determine the reaction of television viewers to the displayed broadcast video program, a determination of a relative number of sets ...


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Donald L Gilley, Gilbert R Marguth Jr: Passive television audience measuring systems. R D Percy & Company, Benoit Law Corporation, September 6, 1988: US04769697 (139 worldwide citation)

Methods and apparatus for determining preferences of persons viewing broadcast television programs on television display sets located in rooms of private homes humanly imperceptibly sense proximity of persons to television sets within viewing distance in rooms for which permission to effect such sen ...


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Edward C Reynolds Jr: Light beam assisted aiming of firearms. Laser Products Corporation, Benoit Law Corporation, October 18, 1988: US04777754 (90 worldwide citation)

An aim assistance light beam for a firearm having functional parts necessary for the operation of that firearm as a firearm is provided by adaption of a battery housing to a contour of that firearm below a barrel and ahead of a trigger guard thereof as seen in a direction of the light beam, for rece ...


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Abraham Levy: Motor vehicles and sunshields. Benoit Law Corporation, May 13, 1980: US04202396 (88 worldwide citation)

A foldable sunshield for motor vehicles comprises a plurality of planar rectangular elements which are joined along their longitudinal edges to form, in the stretched position, a substantially continuous partition and, in the folded position, a prismatic package, at least two planar rectangular elem ...


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Max Widmer: Constant bevel doctor blade and method and apparatus using same. Max Datwyler & Co, Benoit Law Corporation, January 22, 1980: US04184429 (87 worldwide citation)

A doctor blade for wiping excess ink from a printing surface of a printing form is disclosed herein, along with a method for making such a doctor blade, and printing equipment and methods using such doctor blade. The disclosed doctor blade comprises a doctor blade body having a constant blade thickn ...


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Roger D Percy, David C M Wilding, Sholly Kagan: Television viewer reaction determining system. R D Percy & Company, Benoit Law Corporation, December 29, 1981: US04308554 (72 worldwide citation)

A system for determining viewing habits of television viewers, or television viewer reaction, in a multi-channel television broadcast reception area includes television broadcast display set. A remote control for the television set has a first manually actuable device located across the room from th ...


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William J Kaiser, Steven B Waltman, Thomas W Kenny: Tunnel effect wave energy detection. California Institute of Technology, Benoit Law Corporation, September 12, 1995: US05449909 (69 worldwide citation)

Methods and apparatus for measuring gravitational and inertial forces, magnetic fields, or wave or radiant energy acting on an object or fluid in space provide an electric tunneling current through a gap between an electrode and that object or fluid in space and vary that gap with any selected one o ...


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Martin H Oxman: Wireless aircraft passenger audio entertainment system. Bell and Howell Company, Benoit Law Corporation, September 28, 1982: US04352200 (68 worldwide citation)

Audio information in several audio channels is supplied via head sets to passengers seated aboard an aircraft in rows of seats including armrests and being distributed along an elongate passenger section inside a metallic fuselage. According to the subject invention, an antenna is run along the elon ...