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Paul E Goo: Video game control unit and attitude sensor. Seiler Quirk & Tratos, April 4, 1989: US04817950 (462 worldwide citation)

A surfing video game in which a surfing figure on a monitor moves over simulated waves to gain playing rewards is controlled by a foot-actuated surfboard simulator. The simulator has a horizontally mounted elongate surfboard having a suspension system consisting of a fulcrum member adapted to suppor ...


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Robert E Davids: Three dimensional video screen display effect. International Game Technology, Seiler Quirk & Tratos, May 14, 1985: US04517558 (168 worldwide citation)

A three dimensional visual effect of rotating mechanical reels is given to a two dimensional display on a video screen by using a film having a continuous tone gradient from dark to light, the darkest portions extending along the upper and lower edges of the film, respectively, with the lightest adj ...


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Steven P Shearing: Intraocular lens. Seiler & Quirk, July 3, 1979: US04159546 (144 worldwide citation)

An improved intraocular lens comprises a plastic lens body and a plurality of flexible and memory retaining non-biodegradable strands, each strand having one end secured to the lens body and the opposite end unsecured. Preferably, the strands are composed of polypropylene. In cataract surgery, follo ...


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Robert O Rowland: Oxygen concentrator and test apparatus. Hudson Oxygen Therapy Sales Company, Seiler Quirk & Tratos, December 9, 1986: US04627860 (80 worldwide citation)

An improved oxygen concentrator assembly includes a microprocessor and cooperating means for monitoring or sensing functions and performance of various components of the concentrator. A test apparatus having means for selecting any of the functions monitored by the microprocessor is connected to the ...


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Robert G Craig: Protective eye shield for surgical patients. Seiler & Quirk, October 31, 1978: US04122847 (75 worldwide citation)

A protective eye shield for patients during surgery comprises a flexible face mask, preferably soft, foamed plastic, for lying across the patient's brow or forehead, around the eyes and upper cheeks, and across the nose bridge, and having a pair of openings covered by transparent eye covers secured ...


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Jerry L Wilson: Multi-purpose exercise device. Seiler & Quirk, February 7, 1978: US04072309 (73 worldwide citation)

A multiple purpose exercise device has a stable ground-supported frame having a single structural rail extending vertically at the rear thereof. A series of vertically aligned holes in a flange attached to the rail receive fastening pins for separately adjustably securing an exercise bench and a lev ...


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Jerry L Grimes: Gas delivery face shield. Seiler & Quirk, November 4, 1980: US04231363 (71 worldwide citation)

A device for delivering gas to a patient comprises a unitary mask member for overlying the patient's nose and mouth and having an upper peripheral surface for lying in sealing engagement against the nose and cheeks, and a lower peripheral surface contiguous therewith disposed outwardly from the face ...


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Robert O Rowland: Oxygen concentrator. Hudson Oxygen Therapy Sales Company, Seiler Quirk & Tratos, December 31, 1985: US04561287 (66 worldwide citation)

An oxygen concentrator having molecular sieve beds for selectively adsorbing nitrogen from atmospheric air for increasing the oxygen concentration of a product gas, a reservoir for receiving the product gas, a compressor for charging atmospheric air to the sieve beds and a valve and valve switching ...


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Doud R Branham: Coin handling apparatus. International Game Technology, Seiler Quirk & Tratos, May 21, 1985: US04518001 (59 worldwide citation)

In an improved coin handling apparatus including a hopper payout assembly, an improved device for delivering coins from the hopper to a coin tray comprises an elongated duct for receiving a stack of coins of a given denomination in single edge-to-edge relationship from the hopper and having a coin e ...


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Victor L Bartholomew: Tracheotomy mask. Seiler & Quirk, June 23, 1981: US04274406 (52 worldwide citation)

An oxygen delivery device such as an oxygen mask or tracheotomy mask includes a mask body having an enlarged port, an adapter secured at the port end rotatable 360.degree. therearound, an orifice on the adapter offset relative to the axis of rotation, and a pipe having one end rotatably secured at t ...