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Neil Teitelbaum: Telephone with biometric sensing device. Dew Engineering and Development, Neil Teitelbaum & Associates, February 16, 1999: US05872834 (322 worldwide citation)

A telephone is provided with a biometric input sensor for receiving a biometric input and providing a signal in dependence upon said biometric input to the telephone network. Such a signal may identify an individual using certain telephone equipment. When used in conjunction with a public phone syst ...


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Sabry F El Hakim, Pierre Boulanger: Mobile system for indoor 3-D mapping and creating virtual environments. National Research Council of Canada, Neil Teitelbaum & Associates, December 28, 1999: US06009359 (235 worldwide citation)

A mobile mapping system is designed to generate a geometrically precise three-dimensional detailed model of an unknown indoor environment. There is no limit on the distance the mobile system may travel, nor on the type of details that can be mapped. The same design is used for environments ranging f ...


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Li Li, Jerzy A Dobrowolski, Peter D Grant, Brian T Sullivan: Color deformable mirror device having optical thin film interference color coatings. National Research Council of Canada, Neil Teitelbaum & Associates, April 8, 1997: US05619059 (231 worldwide citation)

A semiconductor device comprises a plurality of colored deformable mirrors controllable by electrical circuitry. Groups of mirrors, responsive to the electronic signals, are selectably operable to reflect incident light. The deformable mirrors are coated with an optical thin film interference color ...


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Christopher S Dunn, Stephen J Borza, Gordon Freedman: Biometric input device with peripheral port. Dew Engineering and Development, Neil Teitelbaum & Associates, November 16, 1999: US05987155 (210 worldwide citation)

A transducer is provided with an integral smart card reader. For security applications the transducer is a biometric information input device. The device provides co-operative operation of the smart card and the transducer to provide user specific processing of biometric information provided by the ...


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Neil Teitelbaum, Gordon Sean Freedman, Stephen J Borza, Michael A Borza: System configuration contingent upon secure input. Neil Teitelbaum & Associates, December 8, 1998: US05848231 (143 worldwide citation)

A method of configuring and reconfiguring a computer system based on user authorization is presented wherein at least some users perceive themselves and available system resources as the entirety of the computer system. The resources are configured through use of virtual resources providing predeter ...


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John Douglas Evan Wong, Laurence Hamid, Michael Andrew Borza: Longest line method and apparatus for fingerprint alignment. Dew Engineering and Development, Neil Teitelbaum & Associates, February 10, 1998: US05717777 (138 worldwide citation)

A non-minutia method and apparatus for comparing a reference fingerprint image to a candidate fingerprint image are disclosed. During enrollment of a reference image, a unique reference set of data is generated in a reference coordinate system by placing a group of line segments on the reference ima ...


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Henry J Lake, William Thomas Moore, Robert Langer, Wendy Cipera, Abdul Jaleel J Moidu: Magnetic clamp for holding ferromagnetic elements during connection thereof. JDS Uniphase, Neil Teitelbaum, August 19, 2003: US06607304 (130 worldwide citation)

A drive towards automation, particularly in the fiber optics industry, has necessitated the use of materials and methods better suited for use by machines. The present invention takes advantage of the magnetic properties of these materials to create a strong magnetic bond between separate elements w ...


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Wa James Tam, Carlos Vázquez: Method and graphical user interface for modifying depth maps. Her Majesty the Queen in Right of Canada represented by the Minister of Industry Through the Communications Research Centre Canada, Teitelbaum & MacLean, Neil Teitelbaum, Doug MacLean, July 3, 2012: US08213711 (127 worldwide citation)

The invention relates to a method and a graphical user interface for modifying a depth map for a digital monoscopic color image. The method includes interactively selecting a region of the depth map based on color of a target region in the color image, and modifying depth values in the thereby selec ...


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Stephen J Borza, Michael A Borza, Neil Teitelbaum: Mouse adapted to scan biometric data. Dew Engineering and Development, Neil Teitelbaum & Associates, November 23, 1999: US05991431 (104 worldwide citation)

In the past, contact imaging devices were large and costly. It has been proposed that for contact imaging device adoption for the personal computing market, cost and size must be reduced. In an attempt to address these concerns, a biometric pointing device such as a mouse is presented incorporating ...


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Stephen J Borza: Optical imaging device. Dew Engineering and Development, Neil Teitelbaum & Associates, July 6, 1999: US05920384 (104 worldwide citation)

An optical imaging device such as a fingerprint imager has a platen formed of a plurality of parallel prisms and a light source for illuminating a portion of the platen. An optical sensor is disposed so as to receive light from the light source reflected off a surface of the platen and directed towa ...



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