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Masaaki Ozaki, Takahisa Kaneko, Ken Nishioka, Tsuneo Uchida, Hiroshi Kawakami, Yoshio Aoki: Pattern display device and game machine including the same. Denso Corporation, Posz Law Group, April 17, 2007: US07204753 (106 worldwide citation)

A game machines has a back side display unit composed of reels for displaying back patterns, and a front side display unit composed of transparent EL panels for displaying overlapping patterns overlapping with the back patterns. The back side display unit and the front side display unit are disposed ...


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Masaaki Ozaki, Takahisa Kaneko, Ken Nishioka, Tsuneo Uchida, Hiroshi Kawakami, Yoshio Aoki, Takashi Yamaguchi: Pattern display device and game machine including the same. DENSO CORPORATION, Yamasa, Posz Law Group, August 14, 2007: US07255643 (76 worldwide citation)

A game machines has a back side display unit composed of reels for displaying back patterns, and a front side display unit composed of transparent EL panels for displaying overlapping patterns overlapping with the back patterns. The back side display unit and the front side display unit are disposed ...


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Ken Nishioka, Hiroyuki Kishita, Masahiko Osada: Electroluminescent display with constant current control circuits in scan electrode circuit. DENSO Corporation, Pillsbury Madison & Sutro, September 19, 2000: US06121943 (46 worldwide citation)

To reduce the influence of generation of heat at scan driver ICs during the application of a scan signal with reduced time of charge and discharge and to eliminate the problem of a rush current, in an EL display where scan driver Ics sequentially apply a scan signal to a plurality of scan electrodes ...


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Masaaki Ozaki, Takahisa Kaneko, Ken Nishioka, Tsuneo Uchida: Display device having combined display-panel unit. Denso Corporation, Posz & Bethards, September 16, 2003: US06621471 (31 worldwide citation)

A display device is comprised of a main display panel, a transparent display panel that is disposed to cover the first display panel, and a control unit. The main display panel indicates a first information pattern, the transparent display panel indicates a second information pattern, and the contro ...


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Masahiko Osada, Ken Nishioka, Hiroyuki Kishita, Tadashi Hattori: Electroluminescent display device having uniform display element column luminosity. Denso Corporation, Pillsbury Madison & Sutro, October 26, 1999: US05973456 (24 worldwide citation)

To eliminate uneven luminance between columns, and along with this, to eliminate uneven luminance also among EL elements in several columns in an EL display device for performing matrix display, in a matrix type EL display device in which a scan voltage is sequentially applied to scan electrodes and ...


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Hiroshi Nishigaki, Atsuya Hirano, Atsuhiko Chikaoka, Ken Nishioka: Image display apparatus, image display method, and recording medium having image display program stored therein. Funai Electric, Morgan Lewis & Bockius, April 2, 2013: US08408720 (20 worldwide citation)

A projector divides and projects a single image onto two different projection surfaces and performs virtual user interface through one projection surface. The projector projects a VUI screen image on a desk and projects a main projected screen image on a wall. The projector includes a light receivin ...


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Shinichi Takahashi, Takenari Kawano, Kazuo Tsugu, Ken Nishioka: Estimated time of arrival (ETA) systems and methods. Canon U, Fitzpatrick Cella Harper & Scinto, May 19, 2009: US07536321 (12 worldwide citation)

A system on a network provides estimated time of arrival information to a client located on the network. The system is adapted to present to the client pages for eliciting a product inquiry including a product number. The system receives the product inquiry, determines estimated time of arrivals for ...


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Masahiko Osada, Ken Nishioka, Hiroyuki Kishita, Hideki Saito, Toshinori Ninoyu: Electroluminescent display device. Denso Corporation, Pillsbury Winthrop, August 7, 2001: US06271812 (11 worldwide citation)

An Electroluminescent display device is designed not to display residual images due to electric charges stored in electroluminescent pixels or to make them invisible, when the device is turned on again. The stored charges are eliminated at the time a normal display on the panel is turned off at an e ...


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Ken Nishioka, Atsuya Hirano, Atsuhiko Chikaoka, Hiroshi Nishigaki: Image display device. Funai Electric, Osha Liang, June 14, 2011: US07959303 (8 worldwide citation)

When a position detector detects that the position of a spot on a projection plane designates a non-projection region, the level of a driving signal of a laser is corrected. Specifically, the correlation between the quantity of laser light detected by a light-receiving portion and the level of the d ...


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Masaaki Ozaki, Takahisa Kaneko, Ken Nishioka, Tsuneo Uchida, Hiroshi Kawakami, Yoshio Aoki, Takashi Yamaguchi: Game machine including variable pattern display units. DENSO CORPORATION, Yamasa, Posz Law Group, October 5, 2010: US07806407 (5 worldwide citation)

A game machines has a back side display unit composed of reels for displaying back patterns, and a front side display unit composed of transparent EL panels for displaying overlapping patterns overlapping with the back patterns. The back side display unit and the front side display unit are disposed ...



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