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Steven D Zimmermann: Omniview motionless camera orientation system. TeleRobotics International, Pitts and Brittian, February 9, 1993: US05185667 (291 worldwide citation)

A device for omnidirectional image viewing providing pan-and-tilt orientation, rotation, and magnification within a hemispherical field-of-view that utilizes no moving parts. The imaging device is based on the effect that the image from a fisheye lens, which produces a circular image of an entire he ...


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Robert O Chavous: Call interceptor for emergency systems. Pitts and Brittian, November 3, 1992: US05161180 (265 worldwide citation)

A device for responsively providing, in cooperative association with the 911 emergency system, the number and location of a telephone, especially a PBX extension telephone, from which such a 911 emergency call originates. A first device is installed between PBXs and the extensions thereof, with the ...


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Joel B Coughlan, Howard W Harvey, R Glen Upton, John R White: Remote manipulator. Remote Technology Corporation, Pitts and Brittian, August 9, 1988: US04762455 (202 worldwide citation)

A remote manipulator for radiation cells and the like. This device is an all electric manipulator for hazardous environments to follow the basic movements of the operator but to provide features to provide extended use of the manipulator beyond the capabilities of the operator when necessary or desi ...


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Joel B Coughlan, Kenneth A Farnstrom, Howard W Harvey, R Glen Upton, John R White, Kenneth L Walker: Small all terrain mobile robot. Remotec, Pitts and Brittian, June 11, 1991: US05022812 (178 worldwide citation)

A remotely controlled vehicle for traversing various terrains to accomplish missions in a hostile environment. This vehicle is sufficiently small so as to permit introduction into the environment through a manway, and is designed so that it can be operated while submersed. It has a main chassis with ...


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Daniel P Kuban, H Lee Martin, Steven D Zimmermann, Nick Busko: Omniview motionless camera surveillance system. TeleRobotics International, Pitts and Brittian, October 25, 1994: US05359363 (145 worldwide citation)

A device for omnidirectional image viewing providing pan-and-tilt orientation, rotation, and magnification within a selected field-of-view for use in any application including inspection, monitoring, surveillance, and target acquisition. The imaging device (using optical or infrared images) is based ...


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John R White, Kenneth L Walker, Joel B Coughlan, R Glen Upton, Kenneth A Farnstrom, Howard W Harvey: All terrain mobile robot. Remotec, Pitts and Brittian, June 12, 1990: US04932831 (124 worldwide citation)

A remotely controlled vehicle for traversing various terrains to accomplish missions in a hostile environment. This remotely controlled vehicle has a main chassis with rotatable tracks on either side thereof that supports a central body of the vehicle. Auxiliary chassis in a forward and rearward dir ...


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Leonard R Nitzberg: Wheel chair. Pitts and Brittian, January 28, 1986: US04566707 (118 worldwide citation)

A mechanism for the transport of an object across relatively level surfaces as well as to ascend and descend stairways. The mechanism is described particularly with respect to a wheel chair for handicapped persons and is provided with a frame and a pair of support wheels on each side of the frame. A ...


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John G Lovell: Display device for the playing of multiple games simultaneously. Pitts and Brittian, January 12, 1993: US05178395 (112 worldwide citation)

An electronic displaying device, together with a control unit and electronic circuitry appropriate to the encoding, sending, receiving, decoding, and displaying of data as used in various games, such as Bingo, Keno, or the like, in which a plurality of players may participate. In the exemplary game ...


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Robert S Dotson Jr: Pneumatic ultrasonic surgical handpiece. Pitts and Brittian, September 2, 1986: US04609368 (112 worldwide citation)

A surgical handpiece having an ultrasonically driven tool operated by gas under pressure. A surgical handpiece useable for ophthalmic and other microsurgery uses a whistle for generating ultrasonic waves and causing a driving member to reciprocate at ultrasonic frequency. The handpiece has a probe w ...


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Alfred E Smalley, Joseph C Gundlach: Inertial conveyor system. Pitts and Brittian, January 12, 1993: US05178258 (111 worldwide citation)

An inertial-type conveyor system for the moving of articles from one position to another, the system having minimal detrimental vibrations. During a forward stroke of a tray of the system, the tray moves at a first acceleration whereby the frictional contact between the articles and the tray moves t ...