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Michael Cheiky, Peter Gately: Photo realistic talking head creation system and method. AvaWorks Incorporated, Marvin E Jacobs, July 19, 2005: US06919892 (330 worldwide citation)

A photo realistic talking head creation system and method comprising: a template; a video camera having an image output signal of a subject; a mixer for mixing the template and the image output signal of the subject into a composite image, and an output signal representational of the composite image ...


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Michael Cheiky, Peter Gately: Do-it-yourself photo realistic talking head creation system and method. Avaworks Incorporated, Marvin E Jacobs, April 11, 2006: US07027054 (249 worldwide citation)

A do-it-yourself photo realistic talking head creation system and method comprising: a template; a video camera having an image output signal of a subject; a computer having a mixer program for mixing the template and image output signal of the subject into a composite image, and an output signal re ...


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Won Kyu Rhim, Michael T Hyson, Sang Kun Chung, Michael S Colvin, Manchium Chang: Monodisperse, polymeric microspheres produced by irradiation of slowly thawing frozen drops. California Institute of Technology, Marvin E Jacobs, January 1, 1991: US04981625 (135 worldwide citation)

Monodisperse, polymeric microspheres are formed by injecting uniformly shaped droplets of radiation polymerizable monomers, preferably a biocompatible monomer, having covalent binding sites such as hydroxyethylmethacrylate, into a zone, impressing a like charge on the droplet so that they mutually r ...


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Alan Rembaum: Polyglutaraldehyde synthesis and protein bonding substrates. California Institute of Technology, Marvin E Jacobs, May 12, 1981: US04267234 (119 worldwide citation)

Polyglutaraldehyde (PGL) is polymerized in aqueous base or in aqueous highly polar solvent basic media to prepare powders, castable films or coatings for substrates such as amine substituted microbeads. PGL microspheres can be prepared by suspension polymerization in presence of a surfactant or by p ...


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Richard Kaiser, John T Gutch, Richard Rasof: Beach blanket. Marvin E Jacobs, August 28, 1990: US04951333 (118 worldwide citation)

A self-supporting beach blanket having two layers of fabric joined at their edges with a single spring steel hoop inside sized to hold the blanket open and flat on the ground. The hoop is compressible so that it can be removed through a small slit in the side allowing the blanket to be machine washe ...


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Gary M Paudler: Self closing hinged syringe guard. Marvin E Jacobs, September 7, 1993: US05242417 (109 worldwide citation)

A syringe is molded with an integral needle cover or guard that pivots about a main living hinge on the side of the syringe near the base of the needle. A tension spring formed from an L shaped integrally molded part of the syringe and guard extends from a location closer to the syringe than the mai ...


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Shiao Ping S Yen, Alan Rembaum, Robert S Molday: Metal containing polymeric functional microspheres. California Institute of Technology, Marvin E Jacobs, June 5, 1979: US04157323 (101 worldwide citation)

Polymeric functional microspheres containing metal or metal compounds are formed by addition polymerization of a covalently bondable olefinic monomer such as hydroxyethylmethacrylate in the presence of finely divided metal or metal oxide particles, such as iron, gold, platinum or magnetite, which ar ...


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Alan Rembaum, Shiao Ping S Yen, William J Dreyer: Preparation of small bio-compatible microspheres. California Institute of Technology, Marvin E Jacobs, February 6, 1979: US04138383 (100 worldwide citation)

Small, round, bio-compatible microspheres capable of covalently bonding proteins and having a uniform diameter below about 3500 A are prepared by substantially instantaneously initiating polymerization of an aqueous emulsion containing no more than 35% total monomer including an acrylic monomer subs ...


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Alan Rembaum: Protein specific fluorescent microspheres for labelling a protein. California Institute of Technology, Marvin E Jacobs, April 20, 1982: US04326008 (94 worldwide citation)

Highly fluorescent, stable and biocompatible microspheres are obtained by copolymerizing an acrylic monomer containing a covalent bonding group such as hydroxyl, amine or carboxyl, for example, hydroxyethylmethacrylate, with an addition polymerizable fluorescent comonomer such as dansyl allyl amine. ...


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David Kellerman: Low friction adjustable shoe insert. Marvin E Jacobs, October 13, 1992: US05154682 (91 worldwide citation)

A low friction shoe insert of ultrahigh molecular weight polyethylene or the like having a coefficient of friction of 0.3 or less with an array of detachable discrete cushion elements on the shoe contacting lower surface to both frictionally anchor the insert to the shoe and permit the shape to be c ...