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Bradley Neal Suggs: Touch-enabled input device. Hewlett Packard Development Company, Hewlett Packard Patent Department, March 3, 2015: US08970498 (5 worldwide citation)

Embodiments of the present invention disclose a touch-enabled input device for a computing system. According to one embodiment, the touch enabled device includes a housing having an input surface and a plurality of identifiable key areas formed along the input surface. The input surface of the devic ...


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Bradley Neal Suggs: Dual-mode input device. Hewlett Packard Development Company, Romiwa C Akpala, April 1, 2014: US08686946 (5 worldwide citation)

Embodiments of the present invention disclose a dual-mode input device. According to one embodiment, the aforementioned device includes an input surface having an input plane. The device also includes an optical sensor having a central projection plane that lies perpendicular to the input plane of t ...


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Bradley Neal Suggs, John J Briden, John P McCarthy: Representative image. Hewlett Packard Development Company, Hewlett Packard Patent Department, October 27, 2015: US09170666 (1 worldwide citation)

A system including a display, a sensor and a controller. The sensor can detect an object and generate data related to the object. The controller can determine a first pose of the object from the data and display a first representative image on the display. The controller can determine a second pose ...


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John P McCarthy, John J Briden, Bradley Neal Suggs: Display with an optical sensor. Hewlett Packard Development Company, Reed Joseph Hablinski, March 4, 2014: US08664582 (1 worldwide citation)

A display system can include a transparent layer. The transparent layer can include a front and a back. A bevel region can extend from the transparent layer. A panel can be on the back of the transparent layer. A three dimensional optical sensor can be on the back of the bevel region.


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Bradley Neal Suggs: Touchscreen display with plural cameras. Hewlett Packard Development Company, November 26, 2013: US08593434 (1 worldwide citation)

A display system (AP1) has plural cameras (11L an d11R) having fields of view (31L and 31R) that extend more orthogonal to than parallel to a display screen (21) for viewing distal objects. Reflectors (33L and 33R) redirect touchscreen light (36) from a direction along the display screen to a direct ...


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Bradley Neal Suggs: Projective computing system. Hewlett Packard Development Company, HP Patent Department, November 13, 2018: US10126880

In one example in accordance with the present disclosure, a method conducted by a projective computing system is provided. The method includes capturing, by a camera of the projective computing system, an image including an object and a background element. The method further includes projecting, by ...


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Bradley Neal Suggs: Projection system manager. Hewlett Packard Development Company, HP Patent Department, October 30, 2018: US10114512

An example system in accordance with aspects of the present disclosure includes a projector unit to project an image on to a projector display area on a touch sensitive mat, an all-in-one computer attachable to the projector unit, and a camera communicatively coupled to the all-in-one computer, the ...


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Bradley Neal Suggs: Transformation of image data based on user position. Hewlett Packard Development Company, HP Patent Department, June 27, 2017: US09691125

A user position can be detected or determined using a sensor. A transformation can be applied to the image data based on the user position. The transformed image data can be displayed on a display.


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John P McCarthy, Bradley Neal Suggs, Robert Campbell: Display with an optical sensor. Hewlett Packard Development Compamy, HP Patent Department, March 1, 2016: US09274547

A display system can include a panel 110. The panel 110 can include a perimeter 117 and can display images on a front side. A bezel 170 can extend from the perimeter of the panel. The display system can include a designated area 140 on the bezel. A three dimensional optical sensor 115 can generate i ...


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Robert Campbell, John P McCarthy, Bradley Neal Suggs: System and method for enabling multi-display input. Hewlett Packard Development Company, HP Patent Department, September 27, 2016: US09454260

Embodiments of the present invention disclose a system and method for enabling multi-display input. According to one embodiment, the presence of an object is detected within a display area of a first display panel or a second display panel via at least one optical sensor coupled to a processor. Posi ...