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Danny Filipovich: Compact see-through night vision goggles. FJW, Marvin N Benn, Milton S Gerstein, March 31, 1987: US04653879 (54 worldwide citation)

The goggles include a pair of optical assemblies, each having two intersecting optical paths, including a see-through path with a large field of view on a straight line of sight to the viewed object, and a folded path which includes an objective lens set, an intensifier which converts visible and in ...


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Danny Filipovich: Compact see-through night vision goggles. Night Vision General Partnership, Willian Brinks Olds Hofer Gilson & Lione, January 7, 1992: US05079416 (44 worldwide citation)

Compact night vision goggles apparatus (400, 500, 600) which provide the user with both a direct or unintensified image and an intensified image via first and second intersecting optical paths. The apparatus includes secondary image input means (490, 690) for incorporating symbology or other seconda ...


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Danny Filipovich, Jack Fiore: Helmet-mounted night vision system and secondary imager. Night Vision General Partnership, Willian Brinks Olds Hofer Gilson & Lione, October 19, 1993: US05254852 (34 worldwide citation)

A helmet-mounted night vision system that is compact, light in weight and ejection-safe. The system incorporates a night vision goggles apparatus for receiving incoming infrared and/or visible light from a viewed object and for converting the incoming light to an intensified visible light for presen ...


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Danny Filipovich, Jack Fiore, Eric Ford: Visor heads-up display. Day and Night Display Systems, Matthew R Schantz, Daniel L Boots, Bingham McHale, September 7, 2010: US07791809 (29 worldwide citation)

A wearable system is shown that presents one or more heads-up displays to the wearer. A data source provides information to an image generator that is sufficient to generate one or more display images, which are still or moving, characters or graphical displays. The output image from the image gener ...


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Danny Filipovich: Night vision goggles having enlarged field of view and interchangeable optics. Night Vision General Partnership, Willian Brinks Olds Hofer Gilson & Lione, July 20, 1993: US05229598 (29 worldwide citation)

Night vision apparatus, particularly night vision goggles, having a wide field of view. The apparatus includes an objective optical system having a selected field of view for collecting visible and/or infrared light from an object to be viewed and for providing an input image of the object; image in ...


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Danny Filipovich, Rudolf Hartmann: Hermetically sealed binoculars. Bell & Howell Company, Harold V Stotland, Roger M Fitz Gerald, June 3, 1980: US04205894 (29 worldwide citation)

The optical system in the binoculars includes a pair of sets of optical elements respectively on a pair of carriages mounted in an hermetically sealed housing. These carriages are moved by an external control toward and away from each other in order to vary the interpupillary distance between the tw ...


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Ofer R Ziv, Jack Fiore, Philip Uy, Danny Filipovich: Optical path switch and method of using thereof. Kollsman, William B Ritchie, October 28, 2003: US06639706 (27 worldwide citation)

An optical path switch and a method of using thereof, for creating two optical pathways for input light. The switch is composed of two polarizers that polarize the input light and two polarization rotators each having two positions. The polarization rotators position translates to one of two the opt ...


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Danny Filipovich: Visor-mounted night vision visor. Night Vision General Partnership, Willian Brinks Hofer Gilson & Lione, May 16, 1995: US05416315 (24 worldwide citation)

A night vision visor system that is compact, light in weight, and ejection-safe, and which provides the user with an unobstructed peripheral field of view and other structural and operational advantages. The night vision visor system includes a visor adapted to be mounted to a helmet to be worn by a ...


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Danny Filipovich: Closed loop automatic focusing unit. Bell & Howell Company, Gary M Ropski, Aaron Passman, Roger M Fitz Gerald, April 24, 1979: US04150888 (23 worldwide citation)

A closed loop automatic focusing system suitable for use in a camera is disclosed which has a beam producing means producing a narrow beam of light radiation directed toward an object to be focused. Having been reflected by the object, the beam is received by an afocal objective lens group which ref ...