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Donald B Doherty, Henry Chu, James D Huffman: Blocked stepped address voltage for micromechanical devices. Texas Instruments Incorporated, Charles A Brill, Wade James Brady III, Frederick J Telecky Jr, November 12, 2002: US06480177 (205 worldwide citation)

A method of addressing an array of spatial light modulator elements. The method divides the array into blocks of elements, provides reset lines (MRST) to each of the block of elements, separate from the other blocks of elements, as well as address voltage supplies (VCC


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Christopher Adam Crane, Tom J Bannon, Daniel Martin Donahue, Donald Wayne Adkins, Judd England Heape, Andrew Kendall Smith, Thomas M Siep: Method of modeling player position and movement in a virtual reality system. Texas Instruments Incorporated, Tammy L Williams, Wade James Brady III, Frederick J Telecky Jr, April 25, 2000: US06054991 (288 worldwide citation)

In a virtual reality system (20) an operator perceives being in a virtual reality world (74) of virtual reality images (62). The system (20) models the relative position and movement of objects (208 and 210) in a virtual reality world (74) by representing graphically a first (208) and second (210) o ...


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E Earle Thompson, Thomas W DeMond: System for imaging of light-sensitive media. Texas Instruments Incorporated, Charles A Brill, Wade James Brady III, Frederick J Telecky Jr, April 11, 2000: US06049317 (280 worldwide citation)

A digitized video system having a processor and a video memory. The processor converts a stream of digital information to extract the information in a format to be usable with a moving display surface. A spatial light modulator is connected to a video memory connected to the processor to display the ...


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Richard L Knipe: Electrostatic efficiency of micromechanical devices. Texas Instruments Incorporated, Charles A Brill, Wade James Brady III, Frederick J Telecky Jr, April 22, 2003: US06552840 (247 worldwide citation)

An improved micromechanical device, particularly a micromirror device having improved electrostatic efficiency. A deflectable member comprised of a mirror


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Robert E Meier, Richard L Knipe: Spring-ring micromechanical device. Texas Instruments Incorporated, Charles A Brill, Wade James Brady III, Frederick J Telecky Jr, November 14, 2000: US06147790 (237 worldwide citation)

An improved micromechanical device comprising a substrate (104), a rigid deflectable member (302, 314, 326) suspended over the substrate, and at least one spring (328) supported above the substrate and spaced apart from the rigid deflectable member. The spring resists deflection of the rigid deflect ...



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