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Bruce D Lund, Sunil Moothedath: Bouncing and moving toy figure. May 31, 2005: US06899589 (40 worldwide citation)

A toy animal mounted on 4 spring legs to permit movement of the animal in response to the rotation of an eccentrically mounted weight. This weight is mounted in the front body portion about a shaft disposed transverse to the body portion. The shaft is driven by a reversible motor, the speed and dire ...


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Thomas J O Rourke, Bruce D Lund: Illuminated ball. Edward D Lanquist Jr, Waddey & Patterson, February 6, 1996: US05490047 (23 worldwide citation)

The present invention discloses an illuminated ball. The illuminated ball has a translucent core which is, in the preferred embodiment, made of polyurethane which is translucent. Integrally molded with the shell is a component tree or light source having branches extending from the center. At the ti ...


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Bruce D Lund, Michael Starrick: Gyroscope figures. Lund and Company Invention, January 13, 2004: US06676476 (16 worldwide citation)

A gyroscopic figure in accordance with the present invention includes a freely rotatable flywheel mounted within the figure such that the flywheel has a pre-determined orientation. A pinion gear is secured to the flywheel and a guide post is positioned a distance away from the pinion gear to form a ...


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Bruce D Lund, Michael Starrick: Power driven equipment utilizing hydrogen from the electrolysis of water. Lund and Company Invention, Much Shelist Freed Denenberg Ament & Rubenstein PC, June 20, 2006: US07063247 (14 worldwide citation)

Applicant's novel invention relates to a novel hydrogen generator for supplying hydrogen to drive a hydrogen operated engine. The regulator can supply hydrogen to drive an engine for operating the cutter assembly of a lawnmower as well as supply the output of a hydrogen driven engine to operate a va ...


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Bruce D Lund, Michael Starrick, Krishnan Srirangam: Pump operated spraying device. Lund and Company Invention, Much Shelist Freed Denenberg Ament & Rubenstein PC, May 2, 2006: US07036751 (12 worldwide citation)

A water gun and a watering container using an electrically operated peristaltic pump for pumping water through a nozzle located at the end of a tube connecting a reservoir with an outlet opening. The pump is electrically controlled by a trigger mechanism in a handle of the gun or container. The gun ...


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Bruce D Lund, Robert H Yeager: Toy figure and manifold assembly therefor. Cap Toys, Marshall O Toole Gerstein Murray & Borun, May 21, 1996: US05518436 (10 worldwide citation)

A stretchable toy figure which preferably has the ability to be altered from a first, unposable state to a second, posable state by reducing the pressure on the interior of the toy figure. The reduced pressure can also preferably alter the appearance of the toy figure. A manifold assembly for reduci ...


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Bruce D Lund, Sunil Moothedath: Interactive toy. Lund and Company, Jack Shore, November 25, 2003: US06652353 (10 worldwide citation)

An interactive toy in accordance with the present invention includes two pair of legs extending outwardly and downwardly from either side of a body to be in contact with a surface. Each pair of legs is rotatably attached to a motor. The toy also includes a sound activation device in communication wi ...


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Bruce D Lund, Joe Mills: Board game. December 30, 2003: US06669197 (8 worldwide citation)

A board game includes a board having a plurality of spaces displaced about a centered area forming a pre-determined continuous path. At least one token assigned to a player for moving about the plurality of spaces in accordance with chance determinations. A random movement means for randomly determi ...


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Bruce D Lund, Michael Starrick: Power driven equipment utilizing hydrogen from the electrolysis of water. Lund and Company, September 28, 2004: US06796387 (7 worldwide citation)

Applicant's novel invention relates to a novel hydrogen generator for supplying hydrogen to drive a hydrogen operated engine. The regulator can supply hydrogen to drive an engine for operating the cutter assembly of a lawnmower as well as supply the output of a hydrogen driven engine to operate ...


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Bruce D Lund, Michael Starrick, Sunil Moothedath: Bouncing and dancing toy figure. Lund and Company Invention, June 8, 2004: US06746301 (7 worldwide citation)

A toy character having a body portion and a pair of legs operated by motor operated linkages that are controlled by a microprocessor. The microprocessor functions to move the legs in unison between sitting and standing positions or move the legs in opposite directions. The character thus functions t ...