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Robert J Mical, David S Morse, David L Needle: Invertible hand-held electronic game apparatus. Atari Corporation, Michael L Sherrard, Robert B Chickering, November 13, 1990: US04969647 (278 worldwide citation)

An invertible, hand-held, electronic game apparatus having a manually engageable housing, a display screen mounting in the housing, an electronic circuit electrically connected to drive the display screen, and a control switch assembly mounted for manipulation by at least one hand of the player whil ...


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Graham S Hawkes: Apparatus providing tactile feedback to operators of remotely controlled manipulators. Graham S Hawkes, Sylvia A Earle, Manfred M Warren, Robert B Chickering, Glen R Grunewald, April 7, 1987: US04655673 (162 worldwide citation)

An apparatus and method is disclosed for providing tactile feedback information to the operator of a remotely operated manipulator assembly, such as a robot arm, by mechanically coupling a vibration sensitive transducer to said assembly and audibly reproducing the transducer output for operator list ...


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Hector Serber: Ergonomic seating assembly system with front chest support component, pelvic tilt seat component and related attachments. Manfred M Warren, Robert B Chickering, Glen R Grunewald, March 17, 1987: US04650249 (90 worldwide citation)

The invention comprises an ergonomic support system for a person in a seated position comprised of torso support platform, a seat, a shin support platform all supported by a main frame generally the size of a common chair, related attachments for facial and arm supports, further includes a pelvic ti ...


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Curtis L Landi, Susan L Wilson: Insole. Manfred M Warren, Robert B Chickering, Glen R Grunewald, December 4, 1984: US04485568 (80 worldwide citation)

An sole having an upper elastomer foam pad supported by an overexpanded honeycomb structure, the overexpanded honeycomb structure made by intermittently bonding ribbons of elastomer and expanding them laterally to produce a honeycomb structure having rectangular cells with the longer opposite walls ...


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Curtis L Landi, Susan L Wilson: Protective body shield. Manfred M Warren, Robert B Chickering, Glen R Grunewald, December 27, 1983: US04422183 (71 worldwide citation)

A protective body shield including a honeycomb core arranged with the axis of each cell perpendicular to the body of the wearer and a layer of resilient foam covering at least that side of the shield in contact with the body to produce a shield that is rigid and shock-absorbing in the direction of a ...


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Victor E Lester: Nebulizer-manifold. Manfred M Warren, Robert B Chickering, Glen R Grunewald, June 8, 1982: US04333450 (63 worldwide citation)

A disposable nebulizer-manifold device which produces aerosol includes a manifold body and a nebulizer unit having a nozzle assembly. The manifold body includes a main supply inlet, exhalation outlet, and a patient connector port. Within the manifold body is a diaphragm assembly which controls the e ...


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Robert B Schweitzer: Compact battery-powered headlamp. Manfred M Warren, Robert B Chickering, Glen R Grunewald, July 24, 1984: US04462064 (63 worldwide citation)

A headlamp assembly 10 including an elastic headband 16 and a tubular shaped clip 14 adhesively bonded to the elastic headband. A commonly available flashlight 12 can be inserted into a holster-like clip for use as a headlamp, or alternatively, it can be withdrawn from the clip for use as a flashlig ...


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Victor E Lester: Nebulizer with capillary feed. Manfred M Warren, Robert B Chickering, Glen R Grunewald, April 23, 1985: US04512341 (63 worldwide citation)

A nebulizer in which the feed to the spray nozzle is through a narrow space between the flat bottom of the liquid reservoir and a flange fixed to the bottom of the spray nozzle, where the space is narrow enough to draw liquid toward the spray nozzle by capillary action and aspiration at any orientat ...


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Friedrich Marhauer: Side mirror for vehicles. Manfred M Warren, Robert B Chickering, Glen R Grunewald, December 22, 1981: US04306770 (63 worldwide citation)

A side mirror for vehicles, with two mirrors arranged at a given angle to each other, of which the first, larger mirror is the normal side mirror and the second, smaller, additional mirror is intended to encompass the blind spot.


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Roland R Joice Cavanagh: Cargo bracing panel. Bishop Wisecarver Corporation, Manfred M Warren, Robert B Chickering, Glen R Grunewald, August 2, 1983: US04396325 (56 worldwide citation)

A vertical bulkhead is constructed for insertion in the interior of a cargo transporting vessel such as a truck, freight car, or marine cargo carrier to support the cargo during movement of the vessel. The bulkhead is constructed of any suitable stiff material and has positioned upon it a pair of pa ...