1
Howard Letovsky: Video game of chance apparatus. November 2, 2004: US06811482 (296 worldwide citation)

A gaming apparatus is disclosed that bridges the entertainment gap that currently exists between skill-based video game entertainment and the traditional formats of video games of chance. The present invention as described herein, provides a three dimensional software “world” as the gaming environme ...


2
Howard Letovsky: Player skill equalizer for video games. April 22, 2008: US07361091 (139 worldwide citation)

The present invention senses a player's coordination and reaction time levels while operating a video game, or a video game of chance, and automatically adjusts various parameters affecting the game play, to minimize or eliminate the effect that said player's skill has on a game outcome. In certain ...


3
Howard Letovsky, Bernard Fried: High performance motorcycle simulator and helmut display. Bernie Fried Racing Enterprises, Poms Smith Lande & Rose, April 9, 1991: US05006072 (48 worldwide citation)

A motorcycle simulator which is capable of providing six degrees of movement freedom to realistically simulate the sensory cues experienced while operating a high performance motorcycle. A helmet mounted video display system is also provided which provides a wide field of view image to enhance the s ...


4
Howard Letovsky: Dual axis mechanically actuated motion platform. May 11, 1999: US05901612 (37 worldwide citation)

A dual axis mechanically actuated motion platform which allows a user to move him or herself through a wide range of angular displacement in two intersecting axes individually or simultaneously by apply manual pressure to a lever in the direction of desired angular displacement. The motion platform ...


5
Howard Letovsky, Tony Fontaine: Method and system for remote gaming. Station Casinos, Milbank Tweed Hadley & McCloy, June 8, 2010: US07731586 (33 worldwide citation)

Aspects of the present invention relate to systems and methods by which a player may remotely participate in casino gaming activity. Such aspects may include a video camera configured to provide visual data concerning the casino gaming activity to the player, a microphone configured to provide audio ...


6
Howard Letovsky, Bernard Fried: High performance motorcycle simulator. Bernard Fried Racing Enterprises, Poms Smith & Rose, December 19, 1989: US04887967 (33 worldwide citation)

A motorcycle simulator which is capable of providing six degrees of movement freedom to realistically simulate the sensory cues experienced while operating a high performance motorcycle.


7
Howard Letovsky: Pivot and translation motion control apparatus. John Ley, April 29, 1986: US04584896 (24 worldwide citation)

A multiple axis pivot movement control mechanism includes an actuator operatively connected between the relatively pivotable elements at positions spaced laterally from the pivotal axis. The actuator preferably includes a threaded shaft, a threaded collar received on the threaded shaft and pivotably ...


8
Howard Letovsky: Missile detection and neutralization system. November 30, 2004: US06825792 (24 worldwide citation)

The present invention is intended to provide a system for determining the precise launch point of ballistic missiles, and may additionally provide the capability of neutralizing said threats. The invention provides a mobile object information means configured to classify electromagnetic frequency ac ...


9
Howard Letovsky, Bernard Fried: High performance motorcycle simulator. Bernard Fried Racing Enterprises, Poms Smith Lande & Rose, December 18, 1990: US04978300 (15 worldwide citation)

A motorcycle simulator which is capable of providing six degrees of movement freedom to realistically simulate the sensory cues experienced while operating a high performance motorcycle.


10
Howard Letovsky: Mechanically actuated motion platform. March 23, 1999: US05885080 (10 worldwide citation)

A mechanically actuated motion platform which provides a realistic simulation of the side to side motion experienced while operating a vehicle which is normally steered at its front end. The motion platform is comprised of a base frame coupled through a pivot to a second frame which carries a steeri ...



Click the thumbnails below to visualize the patent trend.