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Thomas J Dougherty, S Joy Mountford, Jesse L Dorogusker, James H Boyden, Philip A van Allen, Daniel E Cummings, Brygg A Ullmer: Methods and systems for providing human/computer interfaces. Interval Research Corporation, Hickman Stephens & Coleman, June 20, 2000: US06076734 (991 worldwide citation)

The present invention teaches a variety of methods and systems for providing computer/human interfaces. According to one method, the user interfaces with an electronic device such as a computer system by engaging a sensor with desired regions of an encoded physical medium. The encoded physical mediu ...


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Thomas J Dougherty, S Joy Mountford, Jesse L Dorogusker, James H Boyden, Philip A van Allen, Daniel E Cummings, Brygg A Ullmer: Methods and systems for providing human/computer interfaces. Interval Research Group, Hickman Coleman & Hughes, December 26, 2000: US06164541 (81 worldwide citation)

The present invention teaches a variety of methods and systems for providing computer/human interfaces. According to one method, the user interfaces with an electronic device such as a computer system by engaging a sensor with desired regions of an encoded physical medium. The encoded physical mediu ...


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Thomas J Dougherty, S Joy Mountford, Jesse L Dorogusker, James H Boyden, Philip A van Allen, Daniel E Cummings, Brygg A Ullmer: Methods and systems for providing human/computer interfaces. Interval Research Corporation, Van Pelt & Yi, April 1, 2003: US06540141 (60 worldwide citation)

The present invention teaches a variety of methods and systems for providing computer/human interfaces. According to one method, the user interfaces with an electronic device such as a computer system by engaging a sensor with desired regions of an encoded physical medium. The encoded physical mediu ...


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Emily Weil, Greg Thomas, S Joy Mountford, Thomas J Dougherty, Daniel E Cummings: Methods and systems for providing programmable computerized interactors. Vulcan Patents, Van Pelt Yi & James, October 4, 2005: US06952196 (20 worldwide citation)

A computerized interactor system uses physical, three-dimensional objects as metaphors for input of user intent to a computer system. When one or more interactors are engaged with a detection field, the detection field reads an identifier associated with the object and communicates the identifier to ...


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Emily Weil, Greg Thomas, S Joy Mountford, Thomas J Dougherty, Daniel E Cummings: Methods and systems for providing programmable computerized interactors. Interval Research Corporation, Oppenheimer Wolff & Donnelly, March 12, 2002: US06356255 (8 worldwide citation)

A computerized interactor system uses physical, three-dimensional objects as metaphors for input of user intent to a computer system. When one or more interactors are engaged with a detection field, the detection field reads an identifier associated with the object and communicates the identifier to ...


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Emily Weil, Greg Thomas, S Joy Mountford, Thomas J Dougherty, Daniel E Cummings: Methods and systems for providing programmable computerized interactors. Interval Research, Van Pelt & Yi, April 29, 2003: US06556184 (7 worldwide citation)

A computerized interactor system uses physical, three-dimensional objects as metaphors for input of user intent to a computer system. When one or more interactors are engaged with a detection field, the detection field reads an identifier associated with the object and communicates the identifier to ...


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Thomas J Dougherty, S Joy Mountford, Jesse L Dorogusker, James H Boyden, Philip A van Allen, Daniel E Cummings, Brygg A Ullmer: Methods and systems for providing human/computer interfaces. Interval Research Corporation, Van Pelt & Yi, August 27, 2002: US06439459 (4 worldwide citation)

The present invention teaches a variety of methods and systems for providing computer/human interfaces. According to one method, the user interfaces with an electronic device such as a computer system by engaging a sensor with desired regions of an encoded physical medium. The encoded physical mediu ...


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Emily Weil, Greg Thomas, S Joy Mountford, Thomas J Dougherty, Daniel E Cummings: Methods and systems for providing programmable computerized interactors. Vulcan Patents, Perkins Coie, May 25, 2010: US07724236 (3 worldwide citation)

A computerized interactor system uses physical, three-dimensional objects as metaphors for input of user intent to a computer system. When one or more interactors are engaged with a detection field, the detection field reads an identifier associated with the object and communicates the identifier to ...


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Emily Weil, Greg Thomas, S Joy Mountford, Thomas J Dougherty, Daniel E Cummings: Methods and systems for providing programmable computerized interactors. Oppenheimer Wolff & Donnelly, March 21, 2002: US20020033801-A1

A computerized interactor system uses physical, three-dimensional objects as metaphors for input of user intent to a computer system. When one or more interactors are engaged with a detection field, the detection field reads an identifier associated with the object and communicates the identifier to ...


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Emily Weil, Greg Thomas, S Joy Mountford, Thomas J Dougherty, Daniel E Cummings: Methods and systems for providing programmable computerized interactors. Interval Research Corporation, Van Pelt & Yi, January 15, 2004: US20040008182-A1

A computerized interactor system uses physical, three-dimensional objects as metaphors for input of user intent to a computer system. When one or more interactors are engaged with a detection field, the detection field reads an identifier associated with the object and communicates the identifier to ...