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John Schuster, Robert Pierce, David Bajorins: Apparatus, system and method for enabling eye-to-eye contact in video conferences. Terabeam Corporation, Blakely Sokoloff Taylor & Zafman, April 19, 2005: US06882358 (78 worldwide citation)

Apparatus, system, and method for enabling eye-to-eye contact in video conferences. In general, the system and apparatus employ means for generating video images corresponding to real images that would be produced if a video camera were disposed at or behind a video display having a field of view di ...


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Peter John Schuster, Shah Iskander Farooq: Deployable hinge for pedestrian protection vehicle hood. Ford Global Technologies, Gary A Smith, July 9, 2002: US06415882 (32 worldwide citation)

A device for raising the hood of an automotive vehicle to increase the amount of space between the hood and underhood components to increase the energy absorbed by the hood during collision with a pedestrian. A pivot secured to the vehicle body structure engages a slot in a hinge secured to the hood ...


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Gregory Stanley Frederick, Peter John Schuster: Pedestrian protection leg spoiler. Ford Global Technologies, Gary A Smith, February 4, 2003: US06513843 (26 worldwide citation)

A bumper system for reducing injury to a pedestrian struck by an automotive vehicle by lessening the likelihood of pedestrian knee joint damage or underbody entrapment while minimizing the point load applied to the lower leg. The bumper assembly includes a bumper beam having a front surface, cushion ...


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Peter John Schuster, Gregory Stanley Frederick, Shui Fang, Jeffrey Leonard Bladow: Vehicle bumper system. Ford Global Technologies, Gigette M Bejin, May 28, 2002: US06394512 (25 worldwide citation)

A pedestrian protection apparatus for a truck is provided. The apparatus includes a bumper member mounted to a vehicle, a linkage, a stiffener, an extendible cross-member and an actuator. The extendible cross-member is mounted on a stiffener which in turn is mounted at each end at a first linkage an ...


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Peter John Schuster: Stiffener assembly for bumper system of motor vehicles. Ford Global Technologies, David B Kelley, July 18, 2000: US06089628 (20 worldwide citation)

A stiffener assembly for a bumper system of a motor vehicle includes a stiffener operatively connected to the bumper system and movable between an up position and a down position based on a speed of the motor vehicle.


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Christopher John Schuster, Daniel J Reed: Condiment shaker. Sure Shake, Wood Herron & Evans L, September 5, 2006: US07100806 (13 worldwide citation)

A condiment shaker includes a flip top lid having pins configured to travel through dispensing openings in the shaker top.


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Conrad Michael Kudelko, Gregory Allen Kaepp, Peter John Schuster: Extruded aluminum bumper. Ford Global Technologies, Gigette Bejin, March 30, 2004: US06712410 (13 worldwide citation)

An extruded bumper for a vehicle includes a top face, a bottom face generally opposing the top face, a front face, and a rear face generally opposing the front face. A bumper interior cavity is generally bounded by and defined between the top face, the bottom face, the front face, and the rear face. ...


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Dhafer Mansoor, Jeffrey Leonard Bladow, Peter John Schuster, Shui Fang: Bumper system for motor vehicles. Ford Global Technologies, Raymond L Coppiellie, December 16, 2003: US06663151 (12 worldwide citation)

A bumper system for a motor vehicle includes an energy absorber and a bumper beam interconnecting the energy absorber and vehicle structure. The bumper system also includes a push bar disposed below and operatively connected to the bumper beam to deflect and rotate during an impact with an object by ...


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Dhafer Mansoor, Jeffrey Leonard Bladow, Peter John Schuster, Shui Fang Chou: Bumper system for motor vehicles. Ford Global Technologies, Raymond L Coppiellie, October 8, 2002: US06460909 (10 worldwide citation)

A bumper system for a motor vehicle includes an energy absorber and a bumper beam interconnecting the energy absorber and vehicle structure. The bumper system also includes a push bar disposed below and operatively connected to the bumper beam to deflect and rotate during an impact with an object by ...


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Giovanni Perin, Peter John Schuster: Wiper pivot. Ford Global Technologies L L C, Gigette M Bejin, May 27, 2003: US06568023 (7 worldwide citation)

A crushable windshield wiper pivot is provided. The crushable wiper pivot includes a pivot base, a hollow sleeve, and a cap. The pivot base is driven by a windshield wiper motor and adaptable to reciprocate the windshield wiper arm and its components across the windshield. The pivot base is disposed ...