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Anton F Wilson: Ski with tunnel and enhanced edges. Fish & Richardson P C, July 11, 2006: US07073810 (21 worldwide citation)

A snow ski has at least one channel formed in the running surface to expose the inner sides of the ski edges for translating the force exerted by the ski during a turn and creating positive engagement with the skiing surface. The channel may extend the length of the ski or only a portion thereof. Th ...


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Anton F Wilson: Battery pack connection. Anton Bauer, Thomas L Tully, August 19, 1980: US04218107 (21 worldwide citation)

A battery pack connection consists of a flat male plate having a plurality of spaced headed projections and female electrical terminals carried within a projecting housing while a flat female plate has a plurality of through keyholes for receiving the projections and male electrical terminals positi ...


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Anton F Wilson: Gliding skis. Anton F Wilson, Fish & Richardson P C, February 22, 2005: US06857653 (12 worldwide citation)

A snow glider is provided having a design that facilitates gliding through snow rather than skidding. The snow glider has an extremely narrow waist width combined with an elevated binding assembly to promote positive engagement with a skiing surface during use. The glider body waist is between 25-44 ...


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Anton F Wilson: Snowboards. Anton F Wilson, Fish & Richardson P C, May 4, 2010: US07708302 (6 worldwide citation)

Snowboards are provided that consolidate and redirect a portion of the weight and forces of the rider to the optimal locations (near the edges and near the longitudinal center of the board), providing excellent turning and control and providing impact absorption when landing from a jump. In some imp ...


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Anton F Wilson, William V Koskuba: Photographic lighting system using incident light meter. Anton Bauer, Kramer Brufsky & Cifelli, January 24, 1995: US05384616 (6 worldwide citation)

A photographic lighting system for use with a camera provides fill light from the direction of the camera to alleviate shadows in a photographic image obtained by the camera. The photographic lighting system includes an incident light sensor for sensing the incident light intensity on a subject to b ...


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Anton F Wilson: Gliding skis. Fish & Richardson P C, October 16, 2007: US07281729 (5 worldwide citation)

A snow glider is provided having a design that facilitates gliding through snow rather than skidding. The snow glider may have a narrow waist width combined with an elevated binding assembly to promote positive engagement with a skiing surface during use. A method of skiing includes skiing downhill ...


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Anton F Wilson: Ski with suspension. Anton F Wilson, Fish & Richardson P C, September 14, 2010: US07793969 (5 worldwide citation)

Skis and methods of skiing are provided. In some implementations, the skis include a preload, and/or have a relatively low spring rate. In one aspect, the skis include (a) a ski body having a front and a back, the front and back terminating, respectively, at a tip and tail at opposite ends of the sk ...


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Anton F Wilson: Suspension system for a ski. Anton F Wilson, Fish & Richardson P C, October 27, 2009: US07607679 (4 worldwide citation)

Suspension systems are provided for skis. In some implementations, the suspension system includes a spring-like element and a support structure configured to attach one end of the spring-like element to the central half of the longitudinal running length of a ski body. The spring-like element is con ...


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Anton F Wilson: Automatically adaptive ski. Gregory A Walters, Walters IP Law, April 24, 2018: US09950242

A ski for use on ice or snow is disclosed. The ski includes a ski body having a tip portion, a tail portion, and a longitudinal running length extending between the tip portion and the tail portion and a substantially flat bottom surface for sliding on snow or ice. The ski also includes a suspension ...


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Anton F Wilson: Gliding skis. Notaro And Michalos, May 6, 2004: US20040084879-A1

A snow glider is provided having a design that facilitates gliding through snow rather than skidding. The snow glider has an extremely narrow waist width combined with an elevated binding assembly to promote positive engagement with a skiing surface during use. The glider body waist is between 25-44 ...