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Blair R Dobbie, Charles D Willey, David E Mattey, Steven A Brillhart: Video enhanced night vision goggle. ITT Manufacturing Enterprises, Martin Abramson, Edell Shapiro & Finnan, May 6, 2003: US06560029 (201 worldwide citation)

A man portable video enhanced night vision goggle comprised of a head mount assembly, an image intensified video camera, and a display. A thermal camera may also be provided and the images from the video camera and the thermal camera may be electronically fused on the display.


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Blair R Dobbie, Charles D Willey, Steven A Brillhart: Adjustment mechanism for a headmount apparatus. ITT, Hunton & Williams, March 9, 2004: US06701535 (48 worldwide citation)

A headmount apparatus for mounting vision enhancement equipment thereon which is comprised of a mounting shell having at least one pad, and having at least one mounting surface to which the vision enhancing equipment is mounted, where the pad is configured to contact the subject's head. The hea ...


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Charles D Willey, Steven A Brillhart, Blair R Dobbie: Mounting/adjusting mechanism for vision enhancement system. ITT Manufacturing Enterprises, RatnerPrestia, March 20, 2007: US07193783 (43 worldwide citation)

A mounting assembly for a vision enhancement device and associated vision enhancement display, the assembly comprising a display mounted to an arm positionable in front of the user's eye, a base member for receiving a cradle for the vision enhancement device and for attaching to a head-mounting plat ...


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Charles D Willey, Blair R Dobbie: Ganged focus mechanism for an optical device. ITT Manufacturing Enterprises, RatnerPrestia, October 3, 2006: US07116491 (40 worldwide citation)

An optical device for viewing an image is provided. The optical device comprises a plurality of optical channels positioned adjacent one another, each optical channel having an image detector and a complimentary objective lens spaced by a respective distance. A focusing mechanism is coupled to the o ...


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Blair R Dobbie, Charles D Willey, Steven A Brillhart: Headmount apparatus for attaching and supporting devices. ITT Manufacturing Enterprises, Hunton & Williams, August 23, 2005: US06931668 (11 worldwide citation)

A headmount apparatus for mounting vision enhancement equipment thereon which is comprised of a mounting shell having at least one pad and having at least one mounting surface to which the vision enhancing equipment is mounted, where at least one pad is configured to contact the user's head. The hea ...


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Blair R Dobbie, Charles D Willey, Steven A Brillhart: Headmount apparatus for attaching and supporting devices. ITT Manufacturing Enterprises, Hunton & Williams, September 19, 2006: US07107624 (4 worldwide citation)

A headmount apparatus for mounting vision enhancement equipment thereon which is comprised of a mounting shell having at least one pad and having at least one mounting surface to which the vision enhancing equipment is mounted, where at least one pad is configured to contact the user's head. The hea ...


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Tim K Trudeau, Blair R Dobbie: System and method for dynamically correcting parallax in head borne video systems. Exelis, RatnerPrestia, March 6, 2012: US08130261 (1 worldwide citation)

A dynamically corrected parallax system includes a head borne video source for imaging an object and providing video data. A controller electronically offsets the video data provided from the head borne video source to form offset video data. A display device receives the offset video data and displ ...


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Larry E McKinley, Blair R Dobbie, Charles Dale Willey: Optical bonding structure. ITT Manufacturing Enterprises, RatnerPrestia, December 13, 2005: US06974261

A method of mounting a fiber optic unit to a photosensor. The photosensor is mounted to a first carrier. A first end of the fiber optic unit is bonded to the photosensor to create a joint between the fiber optic unit and the photosensor. A second end of the fiber optic unit is mounted to a second ca ...


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Blair R Dobbie, Charles D Willey, Steven A Brillhart: Headmount apparatus for attaching and supporting devices. Hunton & Williams, August 25, 2005: US20050183189-A1

A headmount apparatus for mounting vision enhancement equipment thereon which is comprised of a mounting shell having at least one pad and having at least one mounting surface to which the vision enhancing equipment is mounted, where at least one pad is configured to contact the user's head. The hea ...


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Tim K Trudeau, Blair R Dobbie: System and method for dynamically correcting parallax in head borne video systems. ITT Manufacturing Enterprises, Ratnerprestia, April 10, 2008: US20080084472-A1

A dynamically corrected parallax system includes a head borne video source for imaging an object and providing video data. A controller electronically offsets the video data provided from the head borne video source to form offset video data. A display device receives the offset video data and displ ...