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George A Neuman, Henry A Luten, John S Anderson, Jeffrey A Forgette, Scott W Vander Zwaag: Electro-optical element including IMI coatings. Gentex Corporation, Yakov Sidorin Esq, Quarles & Brady, November 9, 2010: US07830583 (139 worldwide citation)

An electrochromic element comprises a first substrate having a first surface and a second surface opposite the first surface, a second substrate in spaced-apart relationship to the first substrate and having a third surface facing the second surface and a fourth surface opposite the third surface, a ...


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William L Tonar, John S Anderson, Jeffrey A Forgette, George A Neuman, Gary J Dozeman, David J Cammenga, Henry A Luten, G Bruce Poe, Nelson F Brummel, Lansen M Perron: Thin-film coatings, electro-optic elements and assemblies incorporating these elements. Gentex Corporation, Yakov Sidorin Esq, Quarles & Brady, June 29, 2010: US07746534 (132 worldwide citation)

Electro-optic elements are becoming commonplace in a number of vehicular and architectural applications. Various electro-optic element configurations provide variable transmittance and or variable reflectance for windows and mirrors. The present invention relates to various thin-film coatings, elect ...


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Gary J Dozeman, Henry A Luten, George A Neuman, William L Tonar, Thomas F Guarr, Leroy J Kloeppner, David L Eaton: Electro-optical element including metallic films and methods for applying the same. Gentex Corporation, Yakov Sidorin Esq, Quarles & Brady, January 4, 2011: US07864398 (70 worldwide citation)

A method for manufacturing an electrochromic element comprises providing a first substrate having first and second surfaces opposite one another and a first edge surface, providing a second substrate having third and fourth surfaces opposite one another and a second edge surface, wherein the third s ...


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William L Tonar, Frederick T Bauer, Alan R Watson: Variable reflectance mirrors and windows. Gentex Corporation, Yakov Sidorin Esq, Quarles & Brady, March 29, 2011: US07916380 (58 worldwide citation)

Various structures for variable reflectance rearview mirrors and variable transmittance windows are disclosed. One embodiment pertains to the provision of a polarized reflector in a rearview mirror. Another embodiment pertains to the provision of a switchable cholesteric liquid crystal element in a ...


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Mark D Bugno, William L Tonar, George A Neuman, Danny L Minikey Jr, John S Anderson, Mark R Roth, Nigel T Lock, Spencer D Reese: Vehicular rearview mirror elements and assemblies incorporating these elements. Gentex Corporation, Yakov Sidorin Esq, Quarles & Brady, May 1, 2012: US08169684 (50 worldwide citation)

The present invention relates to improved electro-optic rearview mirror elements and assemblies incorporating the same. Area of the effective field of view of the electro-optic mirror element substantially equals to that defined by the outermost perimeter of the element.


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John S Anderson, William L Tonar, Henry A Luten, George A Neuman, Gary J Dozeman, Tammy G Morgan: Rearview mirror assemblies with anisotropic polymer laminates. Gentex Corporation, Yakov Sidorin Esq, Quarles & Brady, October 9, 2012: US08282224 (29 worldwide citation)

Anisotropic film laminates for use in image-preserving reflectors such as rearview automotive mirror assemblies, and related methods of fabrication. A film may comprise an anisotropic layer such as a light-polarizing layer and other functional layers. The film having controlled water content is heat ...


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Dennis Moeller: Street lighting device. Hella KGaA Hueck & Co, Yakov Sidorin Esq, Quarles & Brady, June 25, 2013: US08469552 (18 worldwide citation)

A lighting device for streets, paths, and the like, includes a lighting unit containing a lighting element and a lens arranged in front of the lighting element in the main emission direction to produce a specified light distribution characteristic. The lens includes a light entrance surface on a lig ...


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John S Anderson, William L Tonar, Henry A Luten, George A Neuman, Gary J Dozeman, Tammy G Morgan: Rearview mirror assemblies with anisotropic polymer laminates. Gentex Corporation, Quarles & Brady, Yakov Sidorin Esq, October 1, 2013: US08545030 (14 worldwide citation)

Anisotropic film laminates for use in image-preserving reflectors such as rearview automotive mirror assemblies, and related methods of fabrication. A film may comprise an anisotropic layer such as a light-polarizing layer and other functional layers. The film having controlled water content is heat ...