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John Ellenby, Thomas William Ellenby: Electro-optic vision system which exploits position and attitude. Criticom Corporation, Page Lohr Associates, September 29, 1998: US05815411 (322 worldwide citation)

The present invention is generally concerned with electronic vision devices and methods, and is specifically concerned with image augmentation in combination with navigation, position, and attitude devices. In the simplest form, devices of the invention can be envisioned to include six major compone ...


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John Ellenby, Thomas W Ellenby, Peter Ellenby, Joseph Page: Computer vision system with a graphic user interface and remote camera control. Criticom, Page Lohr, March 14, 2000: US06037936 (208 worldwide citation)

Computer vision systems provide a user a view of a scene whereby an image of the scene may have been augmented with information generated by a computer. Computer vision systems of the present invention include graphical user interfaces which have been discovered to operably interact with geometric c ...


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John Ellenby, Thomas Ellenby, Peter Ellenby: Vision system for viewing a sporting event. Geovector Corporation, Page Lohr, February 29, 2000: US06031545 (196 worldwide citation)

The systems combine images of a real scene with computer generated imagery where the computer generated imagery is particular to the position and pointing attitude of the device. Being useful to spectators of the game baseball, the device can produce images showing where a strike zone is relative to ...


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John Ellenby, Thomas Ellenby, Peter Ellenby: Vision systems including devices and methods for combining images for extended magnification schemes. Criticom, Page Lohr Associates, April 29, 1997: US05625765 (176 worldwide citation)

Vision systems having knowledge of position and attitude can reliably determine what scenes are being addressed by the system. Real images of the scene can then be augmented with computer generated information which relates to the known scene. Since the level of detail or resolution is not restricte ...


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Greg Mooradian, Mark Weiderhold, Ali E Dabiri, Chris Coyle: Hyperspectral imaging methods and apparatus for non-invasive diagnosis of tissue for cancer. Science Applications International Corporation, Page Lohr Associates, July 21, 1998: US05782770 (166 worldwide citation)

Techniques and devices for diagnosing tissue via hyperspectral imaging are presented. A three dimensional "image" where one dimension contains spectral information is formed from a region of interest. The spectral content of the image can be analyzed on a pixel-by-pixel basis to determine the presen ...


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John Ellenby, Thomas Ellenby, Peter Ellenby, Joseph Page: Graphical user interfaces for computer vision systems. Geo Vector, Page Lohr, July 2, 2002: US06414696 (148 worldwide citation)

Computer vision systems provide a user a view of a scene whereby an image of the scene may have been augmented with information generated by a computer. Computer vision systems of the present invention include graphical user interfaces which have been discovered to operably interact with geometric c ...


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Thomas Ellenby: Apparatus and methods for presentation of information relating to objects being addressed. Geo Vector Corporation, Page Lohr, January 9, 2001: US06173239 (144 worldwide citation)

Systems are arranged to provide a user information which relates to objects of interest. A user may point a device toward an object to address it. The device determines which objects are being addressed by reference to an internal database containing preprogrammed information relating to objects. In ...


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John Ellenby, Thomas Ellenby, Peter Ellenby: Augmented reality vision systems which derive image information from other vision system. GeoVector, Page Lohr Associates, October 23, 2001: US06307556 (137 worldwide citation)

A vision system which collects information from similar vision systems having a different perspective of a scene are arranged to produce a composite image. The composite image having information from both perspectives can then include features impossible to otherwise show. Objects otherwise “hidden” ...


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John Ellenby, Thomas Ellenby, Peter Ellenby, Joseph Page: Apparatus and methods of the remote address of objects. Geo Vector, Page Lohr, May 28, 2002: US06396475 (132 worldwide citation)

A device for addressing objects via pointing is provided. In response to an object being addressed, a computer provides a graphical user interface which relates to the particular object being addressed. As different objects are addressed, the user interface provided changes to agree with the object ...


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John Ellenby, Thomas Ellenby, Peter Ellenby: Vision imaging devices and methods exploiting position and attitude. Criticom Corporation, Page Lohr Associates, October 28, 1997: US05682332 (127 worldwide citation)

Vision systems having knowledge of position and attitude can reliably determine what scenes are being addressed by the system. Real images of the scene can then be augmented with computer generated information which relates to the known scene. A determination of position and attitude of the device i ...



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