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Allan G Hock: Biofeedback system for sensing body motion and flexure. Advantedge Systems, Vernon C Maine, Scott J Asmus, March 7, 2000: US06032530 (136 worldwide citation)

A method and apparatus for monitoring key components of body movement and flexure during kinetic activities, and providing intuitive, audible, real time biofeedback to the user. The system uses one or more transducers of types that are directionally sensitive to motion, distance, velocity, and the l ...


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Warren S Daansen, Allan G Hock: Dispenser having timing means, multisensory output and means of tracking usage number. Daansen USA, Scott J Asmus, Vernon C Maine, April 23, 2002: US06375038 (126 worldwide citation)

The invention in the simplest form is a dispenser that is a teaching tool and uses audio and visual means to promote compliance with proper washing techniques. A detection means is used to commence a time interval, and washing instructions are used to communicate with the user as an instructional to ...


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Allan G Hock: Biofeedback system for monitoring the motion of body joint. Advantedge Systems, Vernon C Maine, Scott J Asmus, September 19, 2000: US06119516 (82 worldwide citation)

A biofeedback system for self-monitoring of selected body motions includes configurable mounting appliances, compatible twist, stretch and flexure sensors, coded means for positioning and orienting sensors at any location of the body, and a small, self contained signal processing and feedback module ...


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Allan G Hock: Flexible film sensor system for monitoring body motion. Advantedge Systems, Vernon C Maine, Maine & Asmus, December 3, 2002: US06487906 (31 worldwide citation)

A sequence of low force, high compliance, long extension, piezofilm-based sensors for a biofeedback system for self-monitoring of selected body motions. Flexible, large area, piezofim sensors are mounted on compliant but less flexible, larger area, backbone structures so as to distribute localized s ...


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Theodore M Cooke, Robert A Lin, Richard G Whitfield, Allan G Hock: Ink jet ink formulation for reduced start-up problems. Exxon Research and Engineering Co, Robert S Salzman, August 23, 1983: US04400215 (18 worldwide citation)

An ink jet ink formulated to substantially reduce or eliminate start-up problems when an ink jet apparatus is initially discharged. The ink comprises at least two fluid components. The components have been matched to provide an ink that substantially maintains its initial formulation despite evapora ...


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Allan G Hock, John R Larson, John G Sousa: Ink curing apparatus. Howtek, Nutter McClennen & Fish, May 22, 1990: US04928112 (14 worldwide citation)

An ink curing apparatus for use with an ink jet printer that discharges liquefied ink is disclosed. The apparatus includes a shell assembly disposed around the portion of the printer imaging assembly that includes the ink jets. The imaging assembly and the shell wall are shaped so that a first cavit ...


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John G Sousa, Calvin M Winey, Allan G Hock, Carl D Lutz: Ink jet priming system. Howtek, Nutter McClennen & Fish, September 26, 1989: US04870431 (12 worldwide citation)

An ink jet priming system for an ink jet printer having a reservoir containing ink for ink jets connected thereto and a reservoir opening for receiving ink is described. The ink jet priming system is provided with a seal for selectively closing the reservoir opening. Pressurized air is supplied to t ...


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Theodore M Cooke, Robert A Lin, Richard G Whitfield, Allan G Hock: Ink jet ink formulation for reduced start-up problems. Exxon Research and Engineering Co, August 27, 1985: US04537631 (8 worldwide citation)

An ink jet ink formulated to substantially reduce or eliminate start-up problems when an ink jet apparatus is initially discharged. The ink comprises at least two fluid components. The components have been matched to provide an ink that substantially maintains its initial formulation despite evapora ...


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Allan G Hock, Kathryn McMahon, John G Sousa, Calvin M Winey: Head tending method and apparatus for an ink jet printer. Howtek, Cesari and McKenna, January 28, 1992: US05084712 (8 worldwide citation)

A head tending apparatus for an ink jet printing system with at least one ink jet being disclosed. The apparatus includes a solvent supply system for spraying solvent on the faces of the ink jets and in the jet openings and a brush for scrubbing the ink jet faces during and immediately after the spr ...


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Allan G Hock, Kathryn McMahon, John G Sousa, Calvin M Winey: Head tending apparatus for an ink jet printer. Howtek, Nutter McClennen & Fish, November 6, 1990: US04968994 (5 worldwide citation)

A head tending apparatus for an ink jet printing system with at least one ink jet is disclosed. The apparatus includes a solvent supply system for spraying solvent on the faces of the ink jets and in the jet openings. The apparatus also has a brush for scrubbing the ink jet faces during and immediat ...



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