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Gabriel Iftime, Naveen Chopra, Peter M Kazmaier, Paul F Smith, Hadi K Mahabadi: Color display device. Xerox Corporation, Oliff & Berridge, June 9, 2009: US07545557 (39 worldwide citation)

Set forth is a display device, including an electrophoretic display portion and a domain controlled liquid crystal portion, wherein the display device has a structure wherein either the electrophoretic display portion is arranged over the domain controlled liquid crystal portion or the domain contro ...


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Naveen Chopra, Gabriel Iftime, Peter M Kazmaier, Man Chung Tam, Thomas E Enright, Marko D Saban: Electrophoretic display device. Xerox Corporation, Oliff & Berridge, August 26, 2008: US07417787 (34 worldwide citation)

An electrophoretic display device includes a display layer of a multiplicity of individual microcapsules containing a display medium therein and conductive substrates, at least one of the conductive substrates being transparent, wherein the display layer is located in between the conductive substrat ...


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Naveen Chopra, Peter M Kazmaier, Man Chung Tam, San Ming Yang, Paul F Smith, Hadi K Mahabadi, Gabriel Iftime, Jurgen H Daniel, Robert A Street: Electrophoretic display and method of displaying images. Xerox Corporation, Palo Alto Research Center, Oliff & Berridge, January 26, 2010: US07652656 (31 worldwide citation)

A method of displaying an image in an electrophoretic display device having at least one display layer including a multiplicity of individual reservoirs containing a display fluid between conductive substrates, wherein the display fluid comprises at least two sets of particles in a liquid medium, th ...


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Gabriel Iftime, Naveen Chopra, Peter M Kazmaier: Reimageable medium. Xerox Corporation, Zosan Soong, May 8, 2007: US07214456 (25 worldwide citation)

An reimageable medium composed of: a substrate; and a photochromic material, wherein the medium is capable of exhibiting a color contrast and an absence of the color contrast, wherein the medium has a characteristic that when the medium exhibits the absence of the color contrast and is then exposed ...


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Gabriel Iftime, Christopher A Wagner, Eniko Toma, Jennifer L Belelie, Peter G Odell: Radiation curable photochromic inks. Xerox Corporation, Oliff & Berridge, July 7, 2009: US07556844 (25 worldwide citation)

An ink that may be used in ink jet devices is a photochromic ink comprising an ink vehicle that includes at least one radiation curable component, at least one photochromic material and at least one photoinitiator. The ink is cured via exposure to radiation that cures the at least one radiation cura ...


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Gabriel Iftime, Peter M Kazmaier, Tyler B Norsten: Inkless reimageable printing paper and method. Xerox Corporation, Oliff & Berridge, September 1, 2009: US07582398 (23 worldwide citation)

An image forming medium includes a substrate and an imaging layer coated on or impregnated into the substrate, where the imaging layer includes a photobase generator and a coupling agent. In the image forming medium, irradiation of the imaging layer cause the photobase generator to generate a base t ...


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Gabriel Iftime, Peter M Kazmaier, James D Mayo, Paul F Smith: Reimageable medium with light absorbing material. Xerox Corporation, Zosan Soong, April 17, 2007: US07205088 (23 worldwide citation)

A reimageable medium for receiving an imaging light having a predetermined wavelength scope, the medium composed of: a substrate; a photochromic material capable of reversibly converting among a number of different forms, wherein one form has an absorption spectrum that overlaps with the predetermin ...


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Naveen Chopra, Gabriel Iftime, Peter M Kazmaier: Protective layer for reimageable medium. Xerox Corporation, Eugene O Palazzo, Fay Sharpe, April 10, 2007: US07202006 (22 worldwide citation)

A reimageable recording medium includes a substrate, a display layer, and a protective layer. The protective layer comprises a microencapsulated diarylethene material that is capable of switching between a UV absorbing and UV transparent state. During an imaging process, the protective layer is swit ...


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Gabriel Iftime, Peter M Kazmaier: Reimageable paper. Xerox Corporation, Oliff & Berridge, June 12, 2007: US07229740 (21 worldwide citation)

An image forming medium includes a substrate and an imaging layer including a photochromic material and a polymer binder coated on the substrate, where the photochromic material exhibits a reversible homogeneous-heterogeneous transition between a colorless state and colored state in the polymer bind ...


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Gabriel Iftime, C Geoffrey Allen, Maria M Birau, Christopher A Wagner, Daryl W Vanbesien, Jordan H Wosnick, Peter G Odell: Radiation curable ink containing fluorescent nanoparticles. Xerox Corporation, Oliff & Berridge, July 17, 2012: US08222313 (20 worldwide citation)

Radiation curable compositions, such as UV curable ink compositions, contain a polymeric dispersant, a curable material, that includes a carrier and at least one nanoscale fluorescent pigment particle and an optional non-fluorescent colorant. The fluorescent organic nanoparticle composition includes ...