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Michael D Bentley: Method and system for athletic motion analysis and instruction. Bentley Kinetics, Maine & Asmus, September 4, 2007: US07264554 (182 worldwide citation)

A system and method for analyzing and improving the performance of an athletic motion such as a golf swing requires: instrumenting a user with inertial sensors and video cameras and monitoring a golf swing or such other athletic motion of interest; drawing upon and contributing to a vast library of ...


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Andrew G Swales: Automatic determination of correct IP address for network-connected devices. Scorpion Controls, Maine & Asmus, January 3, 2006: US06982953 (120 worldwide citation)

The present invention is for automatic reconfiguration of industrial networked devices. More particularly, the system described herein facilitates use of TCP/IP networks, such as Ethernet, as an alternative for industrial fieldbus or device buses by removing the need to perform significant reconfigu ...


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Richard Shaun Welches: Transformerless 3 phase power inverter. Semikron, Scott J Asmus, Vernon C Maine, Maine & Asmus, June 11, 2002: US06404655 (106 worldwide citation)

The invention in the simplest form is an improved transformerless 3 phase power inverter topology and control method for power distribution systems. This 3 phase power inverter system provides the necessary output voltage and current waveform regulation, harmonic distortion rejection, very low outpu ...


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Karl D Brommer, Robert B MacLeod, Michael P Schmidt: Multichannel digital recording system with multi-user detection. BAE Systems Information and Electronic Systems Integration, Maine & Asmus, November 30, 2004: US06826140 (103 worldwide citation)

A processing scheme for digital storage media using multi-user detection to separate tracks of data or remove interference from neighboring tracks. In one embodiment, data is written on a plurality of tracks positioned sufficiently close together so that multiple tracks are detected simultaneously b ...


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Gabriel Simon: Shunt for the treatment of glaucoma. SOLX, Maine & Asmus, April 24, 2007: US07207965 (93 worldwide citation)

A system is provided for reducing intraocular hypertension, the system having an implantable shunt, with a planar member having at least one microchannel disposed within the planar member. There is an inflow port disposed proximate to a first end of the microchannel and an outflow port disposed prox ...


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John H Shadduck: Devices and techniques for treating glaucoma. Solx, Maine & Asmus, January 24, 2006: US06989007 (92 worldwide citation)

A system for non-invasive treatment of a patient's trabecular meshwork to treat primary open-angle glaucoma. The system and technique applies energy directly to media within clogged spaces in a patient's trabecular meshwork to increase aqueous outflow facility by (i) localization of microimplantable ...


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Oshri Even Zohar: System for dynamic registration, evaluation, and correction of functional human behavior. Motek, Maine & Asmus, August 10, 2004: US06774885 (90 worldwide citation)

The present invention is a system combining motion capture technology and a motion platform with runtime interaction in a real-time feedback loop to provide a physical and virtual environment that has many applications, particularly in the rehabilitation area. The operator and user have runtime cont ...


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Oshri Even Zohar: Customizable animation system. Maine & Asmus, May 18, 2004: US06738065 (84 worldwide citation)

The present invention is a system and method to provide customizable animation. A motion capture database houses a library of human motion that is accessible via a client-server connection. Users are allowed to select motion sequences and alter these motions in real time over a networked connection ...


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Zane Lo: Stacked, multi-band look-through antenna. BAE Systems Information and Electronic Systems Integration, Scott J Asmus, Vernon C Maine, Maine & Asmus, September 17, 2002: US06452549 (81 worldwide citation)

The present invention features a stacked, multi-band, antenna system consisting of a low-frequency, forward portion and a gridded, rear portion designed for operation at a higher frequency. Both front and rear radiating elements may share a common ground plane or the rear element may form a ground p ...


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Richard Shaun Welches, Daniel P Hohm, Jian Wen: Transformerless, load adaptive speed controller. Youtility, Maine & Asmus, November 29, 2005: US06969922 (67 worldwide citation)

The invention in one embodiment is an improved variable speed engine/generator set with an integrated power conditioning system and control method including load shedding to generate high quality AC power with improved fuel efficiency and reduced emissions. The variable speed generator control schem ...