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Jyoji Wada, Masami Takahashi: Three-dimensional scope system with a single camera for vehicles. Matsushita Electric Industrial, Lowe Hauptman Gopstein Gilman & Berner, January 9, 2001: US06172601 (161 worldwide citation)

A single video camera is installed on a vehicle body. Two still pictures of an obstacle are obtained at different vehicle traveling positions. A picture memory stores the obtained still pictures. A feature point extracting section extracts at least one feature point from the data of the stored still ...


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Jyoji Wada, Katsumi Yano, Koji Wakiyama, Haruo Kogane, Kazushige Tamura: Security camera system and displaying method by security camera. Matsushita Electric Industrial, Stevens Davis Miller & Mosher, March 30, 2004: US06714236 (68 worldwide citation)

To provide a security camera system for displaying a picture so as to easily know a place where an abnormal situation occurs. The security camera system includes a security camera


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Jyoji Wada, Koji Wakiyama, Ken Ikoma, Haruo Kogane: Monitor camera system and method of displaying picture from monitor camera thereof. Matsushita Electric Industrial, McDermott Will & Emery, June 1, 2004: US06744461 (59 worldwide citation)

In a monitor camera system comprising a monitor camera making 360-degree panning rotation and more-than 90-degree tilting rotation and a control unit for controlling the monitor camera, for masking a privacy zone in a picture taken by the monitor camera, the control unit sets mask data through the u ...


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Jyoji Wada, Koji Wakiyama, Haruo Kogane, Noboru Takada: Monitor camera system and method of displaying picture from monitor camera thereof. Matsushita Electric Industrial, McDermott Will & Emery, March 15, 2005: US06867798 (40 worldwide citation)

In a monitor camera system capable of understanding a direction, a monitor camera follows, through a picture taken by the monitor camera, the monitor camera makes 360-degree pan rotation and 180-degree tilt rotation, and generates image data in which a character representative of a photographing dir ...


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Jyoji Wada, Koji Wakiyama, Haruo Kogane: Monitor camera capable of recording operation history, and method of recording operation history. Matsushita Electric Industrial, Pearne & Gordon, December 19, 2006: US07151565 (23 worldwide citation)

A storage means (47) formed of a rewritable non-volatile memory for recording the operation history of the surveillance camera is provided within the surveillance camera apparatus. An auto panning operation time, a power supply turn-on time, a temperature within the surveillance camera apparatus, th ...


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Jyoji Wada: Apparatus for turning monitoring camera. Matsushita Electric Industrial, Stevens Davis Miller & Mosher, February 22, 1994: US05289091 (16 worldwide citation)

There is disclosed a monitoring camera turning apparatus. An angle sensor continuously detects the turning angle of a turning shaft for turning a monitoring camera. Two detected angles are recorded as boundary limit angles in a recorder at the moment of generation of trigger signals. In a comparator ...


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Jyoji Wada: Position detecting device employing a magnet and back yoke relatively movable with respect to a hall sensor. Matsushita Electric Industrial, Stevens Davis Miller & Mosher, November 29, 1994: US05369361 (14 worldwide citation)

Disclosed is a position detecting device of magnetic detection type capable of accurate position detection. The device comprises a magnet consisting of an N-pole part and an S-pole part, a back yoke formed with upstanding projections extending up to the surface level of the N-pole part of the magnet ...


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Jyoji Wada, Katsumi Yano, Haruo Kogane: Monitor camera system and method of controlling monitor camera thereof. Matsushita Electric Industrial, McDermott Will & Emery, December 20, 2005: US06977678 (13 worldwide citation)

In a monitor camera system includes a monitor camera capable of rotation 360 degrees in pan directions and 180 degrees in tilt directions and a control unit for controlling the monitor camera remotely, the control unit sends control data indicative of a photographing position or photographing direct ...


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Toshikazu Tatewaki, Masaomi Iiizumi, Jyoji Wada: Surveillance camera with impact absorbing structure. Matsushita Electric Industrial, Louis Woo, January 30, 2007: US07170560 (9 worldwide citation)

A surveillance camera device is provided which has an impact absorbing structure. The camera device includes a rotary base supporting a camera unit, a rotary bracket supporting the rotary base, and coil springs. The coil springs work to elastically urge the rotary base away from the rotary bracket t ...