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Roy J Rosser, Yi Tan, Howard J Kennedy Jr, James L Jeffers, Darrell S DiCicco, Ximin Gong: Image insertion in video streams using a combination of physical sensors and pattern recognition. Princeton Video Image, Sterne Kessler Goldstein & Fox PLLC, August 8, 2000: US06100925 (119 worldwide citation)

A live video insertion system (LVIS) is disclosed that allows insertion of static or dynamic images into a live video broadcast in a realistic fashion on a real time basis. Initially, natural landmarks in a scene that are suitable for subsequent detection and tracking are selected. The landmarks are ...


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James L Jeffers, Gregory House, Kevin Harney: System and method for real time insertion into video with occlusion on areas containing multiple colors. Princeton Video Image, Sterne Kessler Goldstein & Fox PLLC, March 21, 2006: US07015978 (28 worldwide citation)

A system, method and computer program product for real-time insertion of indicia (e.g., an advertisement) into a live (or taped) broadcast. Typically, the invention allow insertion with occlusion onto surfaces such as tennis courts, the wall behind home plate on a baseball field, the grass or turf o ...


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James L Jeffers, Gregory House, Kevin Harney: System and method for real time insertion into video with occlusion on areas containing multiple colors. Sterne Kessler Goldstein & Fox Pllc, Attorneys at Law, March 7, 2002: US20020027617-A1

A system, method and computer program product for real-time insertion of indicia (e.g., an advertisement) into a live (or taped) broadcast. Typically, the invention allow insertion with occlusion onto surfaces such as tennis courts, the wall behind home plate on a baseball field, the grass or turf o ...