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Curt Carpenter, Debora Everett, Doug Kramer, Derek E Sunday, Chris Whytock: Simultaneous input across multiple applications. Microsoft Corporation, Workman Nydegger, November 17, 2009: US07620901 (25 worldwide citation)

One or more users may interact simultaneously with different applications on the same device through an input system such as a touch-sensitive display screen. Simultaneous user input may be detected by a multiple input system and subsequently transmitted to an application using a single transmission ...


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Derek E Sunday: Gestured movement of object to display edge. Microsoft Corporation, Workman Nydegger, July 12, 2011: US07979809 (23 worldwide citation)

The use of gestures to organize displayed objects on an interactive display. The gesture is used to move the displayed object to the edge of the interactive display so that the displayed object is only partially displayed after being moved. The size of the displayed object may be reduced and/or the ...


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Derek E Sunday, Chris Whytock, Dane Storrusten, Sabrina Boler, Nicole Coddington: Variable orientation user interface. Microsoft Corporation, Jeremy Snodgrass, Judy Yee, Micky Minhas, January 6, 2015: US08930834 (2 worldwide citation)

A graphical user interface system is described in which users can be located at any angle. Different application interfaces can be generated on the display to appear in different orientations, such that different users sitting at different positions around the periphery of a display surface may each ...


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Curt Carpenter, Debora Everett, Doug Kramer, Derek E Sunday, Chris Whytock: Simultaneous input across multiple applications. Microsoft Corporation, Workman Nydegger, January 1, 2013: US08347215 (2 worldwide citation)

One or more users may interact simultaneously with different applications on the same device through an input system such as a touch-sensitive display screen. Simultaneous user input may be detected by a multiple input system and subsequently transmitted to an application using a single transmission ...


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Derek E Sunday: Gestured movement of object to display edge. Microsoft Corporation, Workman Nydegger, March 26, 2013: US08407626

The use of gestures to organize displayed objects on an interactive display. The gesture is used to move the displayed object to the edge of the interactive display so that the displayed object is only partially displayed after being moved. The size of the displayed object may be reduced and/or the ...


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Curt Carpenter, Debora Everett, Doug Kramer, Derek E Sunday, Chris Whytock: Simultaneous input across multiple applications. Microsoft Technology Licensing, Jeremy Snodgrass, Sergey Lamansky, Micky Minhas, October 20, 2015: US09164659

One or more users may interact simultaneously with different applications on the same device through an input system such as a touch-sensitive display screen. Simultaneous user input may be detected by a multiple input system and subsequently transmitted to an application using a single transmission ...


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Curt Carpenter, Debora Everett, Doug Kramer, Derek E Sunday, Chris Whytock: Simultaneous input across multiple applications. Microsoft Corporation, Banner & Witcoff, Attorneys For Client Nos 003797 & 013797, September 27, 2007: US20070226636-A1

One or more users may interact simultaneously with different applications on the same device through an input system such as a touch-sensitive display screen. Simultaneous user input may be detected by a multiple input system and subsequently transmitted to an application using a single transmission ...


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Derek E Sunday, Chris Whytock: Gesture input. Microsoft Corporation, Banner & Witcoff, Attorneys For Client Nos 003797 & 013797, February 14, 2008: US20080040692-A1

A variety of commonly used gestures associated with applications or games may be processed electronically. In particular, a user's physical gesture may be detected as a gesture signature. For example, a standard gesture in blackjack may be detected in an electronic version of the game. A player may ...


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Derek E Sunday: Gestured movement of object to display edge. Microsoft Corporation, Workman Nydegger Microsoft, November 13, 2008: US20080282202-A1

The use of gestures to organize displayed objects on an interactive display. The gesture is used to move the displayed object to the edge of the interactive display so that the displayed object is only partially displayed after being moved. The size of the displayed object may be reduced and/or the ...


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Derek E Sunday, Chris Whytock, Dane Storrusten, Sabrina Boler, Nicole Coddington: Variable orientation user interface. Microsoft Corporation, Banner & Witcoff, Attorneys For Client Nos 003797 & 013797, September 20, 2007: US20070220444-A1

A graphical user interface system is described in which users can be located at any angle. Different application interfaces can be generated on the display to appear in different orientations, such that different users sitting at different positions around the periphery of a display surface may each ...