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Kaeko Kuga: Display apparatus. Rohm, Nikaido Marmelstein Murray & Oram, November 11, 1997: US05686940 (105 worldwide citation)

A distance sensor for detecting the distance between a display panel and an image viewer is provided on a display apparatus. An image signal supplied to the display panel is controlled based on the distance detected by the distance sensor to make a changeover between an enlarged image and a reduced ...


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Kaeko Kuga: Display apparatus. Rohm, Nikaido Marmelstein Murray & Oram, December 23, 1997: US05701131 (91 worldwide citation)

A display apparatus is provided which displays a natural image in accordance with the upward and downward direction of the display apparatus. The display apparatus is provided with an inclination detecting unit, a memory which stores data of an image which is wide in the upward and downward directio ...


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Kaeko Kuga: Display arrangement. Rohm, Baker & Botts L, October 27, 1998: US05828367 (45 worldwide citation)

A display arrangement includes a memory for storing image signals of one field supplied to an LCD display section, a comparator for determining whether the image signals of the next field to be supplied to the LCD display are those for a fixed image display or a changing image display by comparing t ...


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Kaeko Kuga: Light source for flat-panel display. Rohm, Nikaido Marmelstein Murray & Oram, August 1, 1995: US05438453 (28 worldwide citation)

A light source for flat-panel display comprising reflectors each having a triangular shape in section which are stacked on top of another so as to have at least three slant faces such that at least an uppermost face of the stacked reflectors is perpendicular to a lateral side thereof, a slant face o ...


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Kaeko Kuga: Display apparatus. Rohm, Nikaido Marmelstein Murray & Oram, August 13, 1996: US05546104 (15 worldwide citation)

A memory is provided for storing one field of video signals supplied to a liquid crystal display panel serving as a display portion. Whether the video signals to be displayed have a stationary image portion or a moving image portion is determined by a comparator by comparing the video signals of the ...


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Kaeko Kuga, Takuzo Uemura: Three-dimensional vision camera. Rohm, Nikaido Marmelstein Murray & Oram, March 26, 1996: US05502480 (14 worldwide citation)

A three-dimensional vision camera where there is no disagreement between the video signal and the distance signal is provided by using the taking optical system for the distance measurement. A reflecting mirror 8 for reflecting a distance measuring laser beam from a laser diode 6 is arranged behind ...


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Kaeko Kuga, Takuzo Uemura: Three-dimensional image reproducing apparatus. Rohm, Nikaido Marmelstein Murray & Oram, April 7, 1998: US05736969 (12 worldwide citation)

A three-dimensional image reproducer receives a video signal including three-dimensional information including X and Y information constituting a plane and Z information constituting a depth. This apparatus causes particles to fall with respect to one line. The line from which the particles fall is ...


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Kaeko Kuga: Stereoscopic picture system and stereoscopic display panel therefor. Rohm, Nikaido Marmelstein Murray & Oram, January 7, 1997: US05592215 (12 worldwide citation)

A stereoscopic picture system which offers a natural, stereoscopic picture allowing a plurality of people to see it at a time without wearing polarizing glasses. The stereoscopic picture system includes: a camera for identifying an image of a subject as an electrical signal; a control circuit for co ...


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Kaeko Kuga: Automatic focusing projector. Rohm, Nikaido Marmelstein Murray & Oram, December 26, 1995: US05479225 (9 worldwide citation)

A projector is provided which is capable of performing projection and automatic focusing with one optical system and of being set in an arbitrary direction relative to the screen. The projector is provided with a projector lens, a liquid crystal panel, a light emitting device, a light receiving devi ...


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Kaeko Kuga: Signal processing circuit. Rohm, Nikaido Marmelstein Murray & Oram, December 30, 1997: US05703608 (6 worldwide citation)

A signal processor alternately outputs two input signals to a common output terminal every predetermined period to form a single serial signal. A capacitor for holding the input signal is provided on each input signal transmitting path. A buffer is provided at each of the preceding and succeeding st ...