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Lee S Weinblatt: Camera autofocus technique. Thomas Langer, March 4, 1986: US04574314 (63 worldwide citation)

An autofocus system is provided for facilitating the focusing of a camera. An autofocus device is tiltably mounted on the camera body. Its position is controlled by an eye-movement-monitoring apparatus responsive to movements of the cameraman's eyes. As the cameraman shifts the position of his eyes, ...


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Lee S Weinblatt: Screening method for monitoring physiological variables. Natter & Natter, July 16, 1985: US04528989 (39 worldwide citation)

A screening method and apparatus suitable for diagnosing dyslexia which includes a television camera for detecting reflected light to track eye movements in response to projected visual stimuli. The loci of said eye movements are superimposed over the visual stimuli on a TV monitor and also recorded ...


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Lee S Weinblatt, Thomas Langer: Audience measurement during a mute mode. Lee S Weinblatt, Frishauf Holtz Goodman Langer & Chick P C, November 12, 1996: US05574963 (38 worldwide citation)

A monitoring apparatus which is operable during muting, even though it relies on audio to monitor program signals transmitted by broadcast sources. The monitoring is performed by transmitting a combined signal derived by adding a code to an audio program signal. During muting, the audio is inhibited ...


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Lee S Weinblatt: Eyeglass-frame-mounted eye-movement-monitoring apparatus. Thomas Langer, April 21, 1987: US04659197 (37 worldwide citation)

A technique is disclosed for monitoring the eye movements of a subject with apparatus that is removably attachable to the subject's own eyeglass frame. The apparatus includes a light source to bounce light off the subject's eye and a detector to sense the reflected light. Both are adjustably mounted ...


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Lee S Weinblatt: Technique for surveying a radio or a television audience. Frishauf Holtz Goodman Langer & Chick P C, October 20, 1998: US05826164 (34 worldwide citation)

A surveying technique transmits a combined signal made up of a programming signal and a surveying signal, both of which are in the audible range. The surveying signal is uniquely coded to identify a signal source such as a radio station or television channel. At the receiver, the surveying signal is ...


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Lee S Weinblatt: Television viewing support apparatus for use in an automobile. Thomas Langer, May 17, 1983: US04383626 (34 worldwide citation)

An apparatus is disclosed for securely retaining a television set in an automobile for rear seat viewing. The apparatus includes an adjustable platform to support the television set and a holder to accommodate a video tape recorder. In addition, an audio assembly is provided having a rearward facing ...


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Lee S Weinblatt: Anti-theft automobile security system. Frishauf Holtz Goodman Langer & Chick P C, June 3, 1997: US05635901 (31 worldwide citation)

First and second code comparators are sequentially responsive to keypad-entered first and second different codes. The first code enables operation of the engine. When a distance sensing device generates a signal representing traversal of a preset distance, this blocks the further operation of the en ...


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Lee S Weinblatt: Plant watering device. Frishauf Holtz Goodman & Woodward, September 19, 1989: US04866880 (27 worldwide citation)

A device for watering plants adapted to be installed within the soil. It includes a perforated sleeve within which is accommodated a perforated tubular insert. The sets of holes in the insert and sleeve are respectively located so as to be selectively registerable with each other. When these sets of ...


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Lee S Weinblatt: Survey technique for readership of publications. Thomas Langer, April 21, 1987: US04659314 (27 worldwide citation)

A technique is provided for providing accurate information regarding the readership of certain magazines. A transmitter unit is attached to the magazines of interest and emits a signal unique to that particular magazine. A receiver unit is worn by individuals who have been selected as test subjects. ...


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Lee S Weinblatt: Survey technique for readership of publications. Frishauf Holtz Goodman & Woodward, November 1, 1988: US04781596 (27 worldwide citation)

A technique for surveying the readership of selected magazines. Individuals acting as test subjects carry a light portable device capable of detecting bar codes printed on at least the front cover of the magazine copy. The bar code acquired by the pen includes circuitry for comparing it with stored ...