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Jerome H Lemelson, John H Hiett: Selectively controllable heads-up display system. Edwin A Suominen, Douglas W Rudy, January 25, 2005: US06847336 (278 worldwide citation)

Systems and methods are disclosed for displaying data on a head's-up display screen. Multiple forms of data can be selectively displayed on a semi-transparent screen mounted in the user's normal field of view. The screen can either be mounted on the user's head, or mounted on a moveable implement an ...


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Jerome H Lemelson deceased, by Dorothy Lemelson executrix, Robert D Pedersen, John H Hiett: Prisoner tracking and warning system and corresponding methods. Steven G Lisa, April 25, 2000: US06054928 (150 worldwide citation)

A system and method for tracking, monitoring and learning prisoner or parolee behavior involves obtaining prisoner or parolee data and monitoring data for at least one individual prisoner or parolee, storing the prisoner or parolee data and monitored data into a database, learning prisoner or parole ...


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Jerome H Lemelson, John H Hiett: Method and apparatus for encoding and decoding bar codes with primary and secondary information and method of using such bar codes. Steven G Lisa, March 7, 2000: US06032861 (124 worldwide citation)

A bar code (10) has primary information (46, 48, 50, 51) encoded in one direction (e.g., horizontally) and secondary information (13,21,36) encoded in another direction (e.g., vertically) in single (11) or multiple tracks (35) in selected ones of the vertical bars (11) of a bar code (10). Using a no ...


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Jerome H Lemelson, John H Hiett: System and methods for controlling automatic scrolling of information on a display or screen. Steven G Lisa, February 26, 2002: US06351273 (84 worldwide citation)

A system for controlling the automatic scrolling of information on a computer display. The system includes a computer display, a computer gimbaled sensor for tracking the position of the user's head and user's eye, and a scroll activating interface algorithm using a neural network to find ...


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John H Hiett: Apparatus and method for data communications. Honeywell, November 5, 2002: US06477152 (79 worldwide citation)

An improved technique for retrieving data information from various data sources provides a less costly, and yet faster and more reliable method for retrieving information while aboard a transportation vehicle, such as, for example, an aircraft. In addition, the data communication system provides a t ...


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Jerome H Lemelson, Dennis M Intravia, John H Hiett: Apparatus and method for stand-alone scanning and audio generation from printed material. Louis J Hoffman, William J Hallihan, August 31, 1999: US05945656 (76 worldwide citation)

A self-contained, hand-held, portable code reading and processing system within an elongated tubular housing forms a wand that transduces coded data into selected speech or music. A simple-to-use reading and processing system can be used as part of a learning and activity game. In one form, a scanni ...


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Jerome H Lemelson, John H Hiett: System and methods for controlling automatic scrolling of information on a display or screen. Steven G Lisa, Douglas W Rudy, August 5, 2003: US06603491 (58 worldwide citation)

A system for controlling the automatic scrolling of information on a computer display or screen is disclosed. The system includes a gimbaled sensor system for following the position of the user's head and user's eye, and scroll activating interface algorithm to find screen gaze coordinates ...


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Jerome H Lemelson, John H Hiett: System and methods for controlling automatic scrolling of information on a display screen. July 16, 2002: US06421064 (56 worldwide citation)

A system for controlling the automatic scrolling of information includes a screen, a computer system, gimbaled sensor system for following and tracking the position and movement of the user's head and user's eye, and a scroll activating interface algorithm using a neural network to find sc ...


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Jerome H Lemelson, Robert D Pedersen, John H Hiett: Automatically optimized combustion control. Douglas W Rudy, October 22, 2002: US06468069 (46 worldwide citation)

Systems and methods are disclosed that optimize the combustion process in various reactors, furnaces, and internal combustion engines. Video cameras are used to evaluate the combustion flame grade. Depending on the desired form, standard or special video devices, or beam scanning devices, are used t ...