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James Robert Simms, Charles Glenn Simms, Daniel Donnelly Moore Jr: Personal security system with remote activation. Simms Security, Law Offices of Royal W Craig, September 15, 1998: US05808564 (150 worldwide citation)

A fully automatic personal security system including a mobile unit which communicates emergency data including position coordinates, vehicle and personal data, and a central dispatch station which receives the emergency data and accurately displays all necessary emergency information superposed on a ...


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Sharon R Sloane, Jeffrey R Hall: Interactive behavior modification system. Law Offices Of Royal W Craig, September 29, 1998: US05813863 (84 worldwide citation)

A multimedia behavior modification system for promoting awareness and changing high-risk behaviors in areas of significant concern, for example, HIV/AIDS, diabetes, eating disorders, Alzheimer's disease, heart disease, smoking cessation, substance abuse, campus violence, etc. The system includes the ...


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Alden S Bradstock: Golf club selection calculator and method. Law Offices of Royal W Craig, May 27, 2003: US06569040 (67 worldwide citation)

A method of calculating golf club selection, and a calculator for implementing the method. The method involves making an initial club selection based on distance to the target, and then offsetting the initial club selection in accordance with each one of a group of factors including wind direction/s ...


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Tushar Madhu Goradia: Method and apparatus for modulating flow in biological conduits. Law Offices of Royal W Craig, January 30, 2001: US06179850 (51 worldwide citation)

An apparatus for modulating flow in biological conduits has a valve mechanism which has an open state and a closed state. The valve is applied and secured to a particular biological conduit while being maintained in an open state. An actuating mechanism is provided which actuates a change of state o ...


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Francis Christopher Evans, William Jude Wilkerson, Charles Akeley: Seatbelt usage and safety data accounting system. Law offices of Royal W Craig, March 20, 2001: US06204757 (50 worldwide citation)

An improved system for registering and recording the usage of an active restraint system, commonly referred to as a seat belt, in commercial or private vehicles and other human-operated equipment. The device is equipped with a data storage device which allows an interested person to verify that the ...


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Norman N Ladson III: Bicycle seat. Law Offices of Royal W Craig, August 31, 2004: US06783176 (46 worldwide citation)

A bicycle seat that provides increased comfort during extended periods of use, due to a redistribution of the rider's weight. The primary components of the bicycle seat include a support shell/frame, a lightweight layer of padding, and a vinyl or plastic outer cover. A two-part front end sectio ...


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Carl Elam: Method and apparatus for audio broadcast of enhanced musical instrument digital interface (MIDI) data formats for control of a sound generator to create music, lyrics, and speech. Law Offices of Royal W Craig, October 8, 2002: US06462264 (46 worldwide citation)

A method and apparatus for the transmission and reception of broadcasted instrumental music, vocal music, and speech using digital techniques. The data is structured in a manner similar to the current standards for MIDI data. Transmitters broadcast the data to receivers which contain internal sound ...


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Howard Martin: Endodontic thermal condenser dental instrument. Law Offices of Royal W Craig, August 7, 2001: US06270343 (42 worldwide citation)

A self-contained root canal dental instrument that combines the operations of a root canal spreader, a root canal condenser, and a root canal filling material heater in a less expensive and easier to replace plugger unit. A different heating circuit using balanced resistor elements in both the hand ...


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Durk Pearson, Sandy Shaw: Dietary supplement nutrient soft drink composition with psychoactive effect. Law Offices of Royal W Craig, July 17, 2001: US06261589 (38 worldwide citation)

A composition and method for causing a positive psychoactive effect in which phenylalanine, vitamin B-6, vitamin C, copper, folic acid, taurine, vitamin B-5 (or pro-vitamin B-5), choline, fruit sugar, caffeine, and optionally green tea are combined in a carbonated mixture. The mixture is orally admi ...


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Andrew Ishak: Watermans sunglass lens. Law Offices of Royal W Craig, January 10, 2006: US06984038 (36 worldwide citation)

An improved ten-layer performance polarized lens for sunglasses. The lens design maximizes the benefit to watermen, giving them a combination of outer hydrophobic overcoat to protect the lens from seawater and smudging, multi-layer dielectric mirror which further reduces glare and overall light tran ...