1
Kahn Richard Oliver, Cheatle Stephen Philip, Grosvenor David Arthur, Slatter David Neil, Hunter Andrew Arthur: Bispectral camera with target-locating ability. Hewlett Packard Co, November 27, 2002: GB2375913-A (25 worldwide citation)

A digital camera 2 provides an infra-red signal 10 and a visible signal 15 from sensors 8, 9, wherein the sensor fields of view overlap or share a common field of view. Analysis of the IR signal 10 provides the location of (20) and information from (13, 14) an active or passive target. Analyser 19 a ...


2
Grosvenor David Arthur: Camera with vocal control and recording. Hewlett Packard Co, April 9, 2003: GB2380556-A (11 worldwide citation)

In automatic photographic or electronic camera apparatus, sounds from a predetermined person are preferentially received or identified to provide an audio signal which is then used to produce a saliency signal 11 (indicative of the person's response to circumstances) to control the camera 1 or an im ...


3
Grosvenor David Arthur, Cheatle Stephen Philip: Synchronised digital devices for transmission to a central database. Hewlett Packard Co, February 26, 2003: GB2379116-A (11 worldwide citation)

A method of sharing a digital recording between a group of users of digital recording devices (e.g. digital cameras 40) present at a common event, comprising: (a) creating a digital recording (e.g. a digital photograph) using a digital recording device; (b) subjecting the users' digital recording de ...


4
Grosvenor David Arthur, Cheatle Stephen Philip: Method of sharing digital recording. Hewlett Packard Co &Lt Hp&Gt, April 11, 2003: JP2003-110999 (9 worldwide citation)

PROBLEM TO BE SOLVED: To provide a method and device for easily sharing video images photographed by people taking part in a common event between the people.SOLUTION: The method includes a step of creating a digital recording using a digital recording device; a step E1 of subjecting the users' digit ...


5
Grosvenor David Arthur, Cheatle Stephen Arthur: Motion picture generation from a static digital image. Hewlett Packard Co, August 28, 2002: EP1235182-A2 (9 worldwide citation)

A computer system 1 comprises a processor 3 connected to a memory 5. The processor 3 receives image data, representing a displayable static photograph, through an input port 7, generates a set of video data by means of an application program 11 and outputs the video data to a display 9. The video da ...


6
Kahn Richard Oliver, Cheatle Stephen Philip, Grosvenor David Arthur, Slatter David Neil, Hunter Andrew Arthur: Camera with correction for infra-red response. Hewlett Packard Co, December 24, 2003: GB2389989-A (8 worldwide citation)

A digital camera 2 is arranged to provide a first image signal corresponding to an infra-red field of view and a second image signal corresponding to a visible field of view, wherein the two fields of view overlap or share a common field of view. The output 18 of a monochrome or colour array 9 may b ...


7
Cheatle Stephen Philip, Adams Guy de Warrenne Bruce, Porter Gary John, Grosvenor David Arthur: Image capture systems using motion detection. Hewlett Packard Co, May 5, 2004: GB2394852-A (7 worldwide citation)

An image capture system incorporates an image capture device (16) and head motion detection means (10) operable to detect motion of a user's head, wherein the image capture system is operable to move a field of view of the image capture device (16) based on a detected head motion to match the visual ...


8
Cheatle Stephen Philip, Grosvenor David Arthur: A method of selectively storing images. Hewlett Packard Co, September 11, 2002: GB2373124-A (6 worldwide citation)

A camera 1 comprises first and second camera systems 3, 5. The first camera system 3 is a high resolution camera which captures images (so-called 'key frames') at a relatively low rate, whilst the second camera system 5 is a low resolution camera which captures images (so-called 'video frames') at a ...


9
Grosvenor David Arthur: Camera with preset configurations associated with particular orientations. Hewlett Packard Development Co, March 15, 2006: GB2418090-A (5 worldwide citation)

An image capture device (10) incorporates motion sensing means (12a/12b, fig 3) a controller and setting controls (14, fig 3) for the image capture device (10), wherein the controller is operable to store a plurality of configurations of the setting controls as preset configurations, wherein each of ...


10
Kahn Richard Oliver, Grosvenor David Arthur, Cheatle Stephen Philip: Use of identification tags to control a camera output.. Hewlett Packard Co, November 20, 2002: GB2375682-A (5 worldwide citation)

Imaging apparatus for use with a tag 5 providing information comprises an electronic still or video camera 1 for providing an image signal 6, tag detecting means 8 for detecting the location of the tag and tag reading means 9, 10 for deriving the predetermined information from the tag, and image sig ...