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Nicholas Luke Bennett: Slot machine game with roaming wild card. Friedman Siegelbaum, July 18, 2000: US06089977 (908 worldwide citation)

A slot machine 40, of the type having a video display screen which displays a plurality of rotatable reels 42 carrying symbols 43, is arranged to pay a prize on the occurrence of a predetermined symbol or combination of symbols. The game includes a special feature which is invoked when a special tri ...


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Nicholas Luke Bennett: Indicia selection game. Aristocat Leisure Industires, Friedman Siegelbaum, January 18, 2000: US06015346 (823 worldwide citation)

A slot machine providing a video display screen controlled to display indicia images arranged in a matrix. The video screen is of the touch sensitive variety, having an array of touch sensitive areas located on its display surface with one such area associated with each matrix element. The player se ...


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Nicholas Luke Bennett: Slot machine with color changing symbols. Aristocrat Leisure, Friedman Siegelbaum, May 2, 2000: US06056642 (755 worldwide citation)

A slot machine 10 has three rotatable reels 12 carrying symbols 14 which are controlled by stepper motors and are arranged to pay prizes on the occurrence of a predetermined symbol or combination of symbols. A jackpot prize is paid on the occurrence of three 7s on the win line. The 7s are against a ...


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Shimon Eckhouse, Michael Kreindel: Method and apparatus for skin rejuvenation and wrinkle smoothing. ESC Medical Systems, Friedman Siegelbaum, October 12, 1999: US05964749 (156 worldwide citation)

A method and apparatus for treating skin includes applying pulsed light to the skin to heat and shrinking collagen within the skin, thereby reviving the elasticity of the collagen and of the skin. The epidermis and outer layers of the skin may be protected by cooling with a transparent substance, su ...


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Shimon Eckhouse, Eli Talmor: Method for controlling the thermal profile of the skin. ESC Medical Systems, Friedman Siegelbaum, December 15, 1998: US05849029 (101 worldwide citation)

A method is provided for cooling skin during irradiation treatment including thermally coupling a window to the skin and actively extracting heat from the window. The window may be transparent to therapeutic wavelengths transmitted to and through the window and to the skin below. An apparatus for th ...


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Shimon Eckhouse, Hillel Bachrach: Method for depilation using pulsed electromagnetic radiation. ESC Medical Systems, Richard I Samuel, Theresa A Friedman Siegelbaum O Rourke, March 23, 1999: US05885273 (99 worldwide citation)

A method and apparatus for removing hair is disclosed. The method includes the step of producing a plurality of pulses of incoherent electromagnetic energy. The delay between pulses is in the range of 0.1 msec to 100 msec. The incoherent electromagnetic energy is then coupled to an area of surface o ...


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Eli T Talmor: Apparatus for simultaneously viewing and spectrally analyzing a portion of skin. ESC Medical Systems, Friedman Siegelbaum, December 22, 1998: US05851181 (70 worldwide citation)

A monitoring apparatus for monitoring an image of a treatment site and the spectral emissions from a portion of that region is provided. A CCD camera and spectrometer coupled to a housing can be directed toward an opening in the housing. This opening can be placed near a treatment site so that an im ...


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Amir Waldman, Zvi Rozenberg, Ofer Braude, Michael Slatkine: Hair removal by selective photothermolysis with an alexandrite laser. ESC Medical Systems, Richard I Samuel Esq, Friedman Siegelbaum, March 9, 1999: US05879346 (62 worldwide citation)

Hair removal by using an Alexandrite laser emitting energy between 0.2-40 joules per pulse to provide an energy fluence between 15 and 70 joules per centimeter square and having a pulse duration of between 100 microseconds and 10 milliseconds. A scanner may be used to direct the laser beam on the ti ...


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Mark Fielder: Selective recall and preservation of continuously recorded data. Friedman Siegelbaum, December 1, 1998: US05845240 (62 worldwide citation)

A recording method and apparatus enabling a user to select for recall and preservation portions of audio, video or other data that have been continuously recorded on a finite extent of recording medium, thereby enabling the effective recording and reproduction of events that transpired before the de ...


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Ellie Konwitz: Handpiece assembly for laser apparatus. Laser, Friedman Siegelbaum, September 14, 1999: US05951544 (60 worldwide citation)

A handpiece assembly for laser apparatus is provided which includes a manually-graspable handpiece having a proximal end, a distal end, and a passageway through the handpiece from its proximal end to its distal end for receiving an optical fiber having a proximal end to be optically coupled to a las ...