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Daniel Dresdner: Television perspective effects system. Digital Services Corporation, Charles A Bevelacqua, May 19, 1987: US04667236 (49 worldwide citation)

This invention employs an incremental technique for performing a perspective transformation on a planar television image. The equipment modifies the coefficients to a two by two matrix multiplier at the pixel or line rate. This allows for perspective generation along either the X or Y axis of the te ...


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Gary W Jennings: Bag dispensing waste receptacle. Charles A Bevelacqua, December 13, 1994: US05372272 (25 worldwide citation)

This invention discloses a waste receptacle comprising a waste receiving volume. The bag storing volume is defined by at least two axially opposed generally planar second vertical sidewalls of lesser height than the height of the first upwardly extending sidewalls, two of the second vertical sidewal ...


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Gregory M Blount: Weight lifters bench pad. Charles A Bevelacqua, September 20, 1994: US05348523 (16 worldwide citation)

There is disclosed a bench pad for a weight lifter's bench which has a first elongate portion of a first substantially uniform predetermined width, a second portion disposed longitudinally of the first elongate portion and having a second substantially uniform predetermined width and a third portion ...


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George M Davison: Camouflage and protective headgear. Charles A Bevelacqua, August 5, 1997: US05652963 (12 worldwide citation)

A camouflage and protective headgear which may be worn by a human. The headgear comprises an upper fabric portion which will encircle a portion of the head and forehead of a person wearing it. The top edge of the upper fabric portion falls along a line lying at approximately the hairline of the wear ...


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Edward O Wolcott, Raymond Croix: Paint roller cleaner and remover. Charles A Bevelacqua, May 26, 1987: US04667361 (11 worldwide citation)

A tool for scraping paint from the nap of a roller and for providing a hand grip by which a paint roller can be slid off a mandrel which holds it on the paint roller handle. The tool is in the form of a cylindrical tube slit at one side and has an integral hinge opposite the slit so it can be opened ...


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James W Norman III: Moving video special effects system. Digital Services Corporation, Charles A Bevelacqua, March 3, 1987: US04647971 (10 worldwide citation)

A method of and apparatus for storing two scan lines of encoded video information for the purpose of writing said information into a main video memory such that the two lines may be transferred to main video memory during horizontal blanking periods when the main video memory is not being read for t ...


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William D James Jr: Apparatus for supporting and displaying objects. Charles A Bevelacqua, August 30, 1994: US05341942 (9 worldwide citation)

This invention discloses a support and display apparatus for supporting and displaying disc-like objects of predetermined size and shape, the support and display apparatus comprising at least one elongated structural member having a width, a thickness, a length, and an upper surface, the length of t ...


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Gregory L Thompson: Post puller. Charles A Bevelacqua, November 17, 1987: US04706935 (9 worldwide citation)

A machine for extracting an elongate work piece from a medium in which it is imbedded. The machine includes a vertical gripping plate in opposed gripping relating with an eccentrically pivoted gripper. These gripping elements are carried on a rigid frame adapted for attachment to the three point hit ...


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Paul J Hirneise: Chalking line holder. Charles A Bevelacqua, December 31, 1985: US04561189 (8 worldwide citation)

A holder or assister for enabling one person to set and stretch a chalking line and strike a chalk line without an assistant. The holder comprises a toe plate, a tubular member and a retainer plate integrally formed with each other and a center shaft inside the tubular member, these parts cooperate ...


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Alfred W Schmidt, Douglas G Reed: Power operated gripper. Fabco Air, Charles A Bevelacqua, April 28, 1987: US04660877 (6 worldwide citation)

A power operated gripper in which both the gripping and releasing movements of the gripping elements are made under power. The gripper comprises a thrust member which is extended and retracted in a linear motion by the power means, gripper arms which swing in an arc to grip and release a workpiece, ...