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Diamond John A, Sylvester Amedeo A, Carver Fred F: Apparatus for simulating aircraft control loading. The Singer Company, Kesterson James C, Rothenberg Jeffrey, September 9, 1975: US3903614 (221 worldwide citation)

An electro-mechanical system for providing an opposing force to movement of a simulated control member in a grounded flight trainer. The invention utilizes an electric motor connected to the control member by a flexible element which, in the disclosed embodiment, comprises a continuous cable with a ...


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Greenly Robert B: Training apparatus for firearms use. The Singer Company, Kesterson James C, Richbourg J Ronald, Rothenberg Jeffrey, November 26, 1974: US3849910 (31 worldwide citation)

Training apparatus designed to train personnel in the use of firearms by simulating situations requiring the rapid exercise of judgment and accuracy. A screen, penetrable by a projectile, is disposed for displaying target images projected thereon by a cine projector. Electromagnetic radiation direct ...


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Millard Maurice, Trzeciak John R, Woycechowsky Brian J: Synthetic terrain generator. The Singer Company, Rothenberg Jeffrey, Kesterson James C, October 14, 1975: US3911597 (14 worldwide citation)

In one aspect of the invention, the simulation of the view of the terrain from an aircraft is provided on a raster swept CRT display by the generation thereon of a grid pattern comprised of two intersecting groups of grid lines. The line of sight from an eyepoint through the screen of the display to ...


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Cummings Thomas R, Hewitt William J: Method and apparatus for simulating a class of aircraft. The Singer Company, Rothenberg Jeffrey, McGuire Charles S, May 27, 1975: US3886334 (14 worldwide citation)

A flight simulator, or computer section thereof, capable of computing and supplying output signals in real time corresponding to the performance of any of two or more aircraft. The aircraft are members of a defined class having similar aerodynamic and physical characteristics as evidenced by the equ ...


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Seidle Norman R: Driver trainer system. The Singer Company, Kesterson James C, Rothenberg Jeffrey, August 12, 1975: US3898746 (7 worldwide citation)

A plurality of simulator cars each have simulated controls and simulated instruments which simulate the controls and instruments of a motor vehicle. The simulated controls are manipulated to perform vehicular functions, signals representative of the position of the simulated controls being provided ...


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Dotsko Martin: Visual display apparatus. The Singer Company, Rothenberg Jeffrey, Kesterson James C, September 9, 1975: US3903615 (5 worldwide citation)

Optical fibers which protrude through a base plate to simulate airfield lights in a closed-circuit television visual display are accurately and securely yet removably positioned with a desired angular orientation and a desired protrusion by means of attached keying or aligning pins which register wi ...


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Mallinson Richard B, Mecklenborg Richard A: Point light source system. The Singer Company, Rothenberg Jeffrey, Kesterson James C, November 26, 1974: US3850516 (5 worldwide citation)

An improved point light source visual system using a toric lens to concentrate the light from the point source and increase screen brightness. By proper positioning of the elements it is also possible to use a line of light rather than a point and further increase brightness.