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Matthew Bell: Interactive video display system. Reactrix Systems, Carr & Ferrell, August 21, 2007: US07259747 (438 worldwide citation)

A device allows easy and unencumbered interaction between a person and a computer display system using the person's (or another object's) movement and position as input to the computer. In some configurations, the display can be projected around the user so that that the person's actions are display ...


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Matthew Bell: Interactive video display system. Reactrix Systems, Carr & Ferrell, March 25, 2008: US07348963 (432 worldwide citation)

An interactive video display system. A display screen is for displaying a visual image for presentation to a user. A camera is for detecting an object in an interactive area located in front of the display screen, the camera operable to capture three-dimensional information about the object. A compu ...


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Mark Moriconi, Shelly Qian: System and method for maintaining security in a distributed computer network. CrossLogix, Carr & Ferrell, December 5, 2000: US06158010 (409 worldwide citation)

A system and method for maintaining security in a distributed computing environment comprises a policy manager located on a server for managing and distributing a security policy, and an application guard located on a client for managing access to securable components as specified by the security po ...


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Matthew Bell: Method and system for processing captured image information in an interactive video display system. Reactrix Systems, Carr & Ferrell, May 19, 2009: US07536032 (377 worldwide citation)

A method and system for processing captured image information in an interactive video display system. In one embodiment, a special learning condition of a captured camera image is detected. The captured camera image is compared to a normal background model image and to a second background model imag ...


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Eric C Anderson: Apparatus and method for rotating the display orientation of a captured image. Apple Computer, Carr & Ferrell, January 4, 2000: US06011585 (296 worldwide citation)

The apparatus of the present invention preferably comprises an image sensor, an orientation sensor, a memory and a processing unit. The image sensor is used for generating captured image data. The orientation sensor is coupled to the image sensor, and is used for generating signals relating to the p ...


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William F Van Eck: Staple-type fastener. Kenyon & Kenyon Reilly Carr & Chapin, December 12, 1978: US04129059 (283 worldwide citation)

A staple-type fastener includes a separate receiving member that is wider than the diameter of the staple prongs. In use, the prongs are inserted through sheets of material to be fastened together and then into the receiving member, which may be fitted with a tab to facilitate removal. One embodimen ...


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Wei Yen: System and method for maintaining continuous and progressive game play in a computer network. Carr & Ferrell, April 6, 1999: US05890963 (281 worldwide citation)

A system for maintaining continuous and progressive game play in a computer network. The system includes at least one server and at least one game-playing client, in communication with each other through a computer network. Each server includes a memory storing game data which includes initial game ...


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Frank H Boehm Jr, Benedetta D Meinick: Device and method for percutaneous placement of lumbar pedicle screws and connecting rods. Innovative Spinal Technologies, Carr, December 11, 2007: US07306603 (259 worldwide citation)

A minimally invasive method for stabilizing adjacent vertebrae to be fused is accomplished with a device configured to interlink the pedicles of the adjacent vertebrae and including multiple pedicle screws. Each of the pedicle screws has a screw head configured to receive a connecting rod in a posit ...


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Caroline G Henton: Method and apparatus for automatic generation of vocal emotion in a synthetic text-to-speech system. Apple Computer, Carr & Ferrell, January 12, 1999: US05860064 (253 worldwide citation)

A method and apparatus for the automatic application of vocal emotion parameters to text in a text-to-speech system. Predefining vocal parameters for various vocal emotions allows simple selection and application of vocal emotions to text to be output from a text-to-speech system. Further, the prese ...


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Haseeb Akhtar, Emad A Qaddoura, Russell C Coffin, Liem Q Le, Zemin Zhu: Internet protocol mobility architecture framework. Nortel Networks, Carr, July 18, 2006: US07079499 (238 worldwide citation)

A communications architecture for enabling IP-based mobile communications includes a Local Service Function (LSF) component configured to serve as an IP-based serving area network for a set of x-Access Networks, and a Network Service Function (NSF) component configured to serve as an IP-based home n ...