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Laura Fongeallaz, Carl Fongeallaz, Albert Weinstein: Computer-controlled racing game. February 16, 1993: US05186460 (70 worldwide citation)

A computerized racing game provides a display of contestants who move from a start to a finish position in response to chance factors determined by the computer and strategical inputs supplied to the computer by the players. The latter is implemented by allocating a reserve of energy to each contest ...


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Albert Weinstein: Counter attachment for product dispensers. Oltman and Flynn, May 2, 1995: US05411173 (66 worldwide citation)

A counter device attachment for a depressible spray dispenser for products such as medicine. The dispenser comprises a clip to fit about the side wall of the dispenser's casing, a foot-leg positioned beneath the dispenser and connected to the clip, and a counter actuated by the shaft which moves wit ...


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Albert Weinstein: Solar heat collector. Westinghouse Electric, E C Arenz, February 27, 1979: US04141339 (23 worldwide citation)

A relatively low cost and lightweight solar energy collector of the type in which air is used as the heat transfer medium is provided by a frame member having the general form of an upwardly open box formed of relatively low density rigid thermal insulating slabs, a solar insulation absorber plate w ...


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Albert Weinstein, Michael A Skeen, John L Connell: Wind speed and direction measuring instrument. Davis Instruments Corporation, Albert Weinstein, Michael L Skeen, John L Connell, June 19, 1984: US04454757 (13 worldwide citation)

A portable, pocket sized instrument for measuring wind speed and indicating wind direction wherein a multiple number of vanes of varying size and spacing are radially and orthogonally fixed to a disc and wherein the force of the wind against the vanes causes the disc to rotate against the restrainin ...


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Albert Weinstein: Horn ring for a steering wheel having a restraint and method. Oltman and Flynn, June 15, 1993: US05219415 (10 worldwide citation)

In combination with a vehicle steering wheel including a rim portion and two lower spokes and two upper spokes connecting the rim portion to a hub portion fitted with a restraint assembly, and having a button on each upper spoke for operating a horn switch, an apparatus for depressing the buttons to ...


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Albert Weinstein: Steering wheel horn switch assembly including horn ring operator. Oltman and Flynn, July 19, 1994: US05331125 (3 worldwide citation)

In combination with a vehicle steering wheel including a rim portion and two spokes connecting the rim portion to a hub portion fitted with a restraint assembly, and having a button on each spoke for operating a horn switch, an apparatus for depressing the buttons to operate the horn switch includes ...



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