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Simon Robert Walmsley, Paul Lapstun, Jacqueline Anne Lapstun, Kia Silverbrook: Method and system for map and globe navigation. Silverbrook Research, January 25, 2005: US06847883 (128 worldwide citation)

The present invention provides a method of enabling a user to designate, in a computer system, at least one geographic location, the method including the steps of printing a map of a geographic area, the geographic area including the at least one geographic location, the map including coded data ind ...


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Kia Silverbrook, Paul Lapstun, Jacqueline Anne Lapstun: Method and system for accessing the internet. Silverbrook Research, November 2, 2004: US06813039 (94 worldwide citation)

A method and system for interacting with computers by means of printed matter and sensing devices. The method includes providing a document with printed information relating to an Internet resource, such as a Web page, and at least one user interactive element representing an associated object for u ...


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Paul Lapstun, Kia Silverbrook, Jacqueline Anne Lapstun: Method and system for obtaining a video-related document. Silverbrook Research, November 30, 2004: US06824044 (93 worldwide citation)

A method of enabling a user to obtain, via coded data disposed on a surface, a document related to content of a video signal, the method including, in a computer system, the steps of: receiving, from a sensing device, indicating data indicative of a request for the document, the sensing device, when ...


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Paul Lapstun, Kia Silverbrook, Jacqueline Anne Lapstun: Method and system for note taking. Silverbrook Research, January 20, 2004: US06681045 (72 worldwide citation)

A method and system for enabling handwritten note taking and retrieval, whereby a user is able to electronically capture, manage and search notes handwritten on paper by the user using one or more forms printed on paper and using a sensing device which senses coded data included in the printed forms ...


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Paul Lapstun, Jacqueline Anne Lapstun, Kia Silverbrook: Method and system for device control. Silverbrook Research, October 31, 2006: US07131058 (54 worldwide citation)

The invention concerns device control for enabling electrical or electronic devices to be controlled through computer systems. Employing the invention involves the use of one or more control interfaces which are capable of being used to interacting with a computer system or network, each interface t ...


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Paul Lapstun, Jacqueline Anne Lapstun, Kia Silverbrook: Method and system for seeking bids. Silverbrook Research, November 15, 2005: US06965882 (52 worldwide citation)

Methods and systems are disclosed which relate to seeking auction bids via interface surfaces printed with information and coded data. The coded data, encoded visibly or invisibly, may be queried by an appropriate sensing device. The sensing device communicates with a computer system. Together, the ...


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Kia Silverbrook, Paul Lapstun, Jacqueline Anne Lapstun, Paul Quentin Scott: System for enabling competition entry via label. Silverbrook Research, September 23, 2008: US07427015 (46 worldwide citation)

A system for enabling competition entry is provided using a printed product label provided on a product item. The system has a sensing device and a computer system. The sensing device senses coded data from the label attached to the product item and generates interaction data representing interactio ...


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Kia Silverbrook, Paul Lapstun, Jacqueline Anne Lapstun: Computer system for collaborative document markup. Silverbrook Research, May 10, 2005: US06889896 (42 worldwide citation)

The invention concerns a computer system enabling collaborative document markup. Employing the invention involves the use of one or more forms which support interaction with a computer system or network. Each form is printed on sheet material such as paper and includes printed data readable by the u ...


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Kia Silverbrook, Paul Lapstun, Jacqueline Anne Lapstun: Method and system for graphic design. Silverbrook Research, November 15, 2005: US06965454 (38 worldwide citation)

The invention concerns a system and method for enabling graphic design by means of a computer system. Employing the invention involves the use of one or more forms capable of interacting with a computer system or network, each form comprising sheet material such as paper which has coded data printed ...



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