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Michael D Levin, Kenneth M Martin, Bruce M Schena, Adam C Braun, Louis B Rosenberg: Control knob with multiple degrees of freedom and force feedback. Immersion Corporation, James R Riegel, November 28, 2000: US06154201 (242 worldwide citation)

The present invention provides a control knob on a device that allows a user to control functions of the device. In one embodiment, the knob is rotatable in a rotary degree of freedom and moveable in at least one transverse direction approximately perpendicular to the axis. An actuator is coupled to ...


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Michael D Levin, Kenneth M Martin, Bruce M Schena, Adam C Braun, Louis B Rosenberg: Control knob with control modes and force feedback. Immersion Corporation, Kilpatrick Stockton, February 3, 2004: US06686911 (122 worldwide citation)

The present invention provides a control knob on a device that allows a user to control functions of the device. In one embodiment, the knob is rotatable in a rotary degree of freedom and moveable in at least one transverse direction approximately perpendicular to the axis. An actuator is coupled to ...


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Kenneth M Martin, Michael D Levin, Adam C Braun: Force feedback transmission mechanisms. Immersion Corporation, James R Riegel, August 15, 2000: US06104382 (90 worldwide citation)

A mechanism for providing selective engagement of spring members to a user manipulatable object in a force feedback interface device. A moveable member included in a force feedback mechanism is moveable in a degree of freedom to transmit forces to the user manipulatable object, such as a joystick ha ...


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Michael D Levin: Systems and methods for networked haptic devices. Immersion Corporation, Kilpatrick Stockton, July 17, 2007: US07245202 (79 worldwide citation)

Systems and methods for haptic devices are described. One described method comprises receiving a first input signal from a first control node and generating an output signal configured to administer a haptic effect on a second control node that is based at least in part on the first input signal.


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Michael D Levin, Steven P Vassallo: Haptic shifting devices. Immersion Corporation, Kilpatrick Stockton, September 12, 2006: US07104152 (73 worldwide citation)

A haptic shift device for use in shift-by-wire systems in vehicles. The haptic shift device includes a shift lever manipulatable by a user. At least one sensor detects a position of the shift lever, and a transmission gear of the vehicle is caused to be changed based on the position of the shift lev ...


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Michael D Levin, Kenneth M Martin, Bruce M Schena, Adam C Braun, Louis B Rosenberg: Control knob with multiple degrees of freedom and force feedback. Immersion Corporation, Kilpatrick Stockton, June 19, 2007: US07233313 (68 worldwide citation)

The present invention provides a control knob on a device that allows a user to control functions of the device. In one embodiment, the knob is rotatable in a rotary degree of freedom and moveable in at least one transverse direction approximately perpendicular to the axis. An actuator is coupled to ...


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Michael D Levin, Kenneth M Martin, Bruce M Schena, Adam C Braun, Louis B Rosenberg: Control knob with multiple degrees of freedom and force feedback. Immersion Corporation, Kilpatrick Townsend & Stockton, May 29, 2012: US08188989 (65 worldwide citation)

The present invention provides a control knob on a device that allows a user to control functions of the device. In one embodiment, the knob is rotatable in a rotary degree of freedom and moveable in at least one transverse direction approximately perpendicular to the axis. An actuator is coupled to ...


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Michael D Levin, Kenneth M Martin, Bruce M Schena, Adam C Braun, Louis B Rosenberg: Control knob with multiple degrees of freedom and force feedback. Immersion Corporation, Kilpatrick Stockton, February 10, 2009: US07489309 (62 worldwide citation)

The present invention provides a control knob on a device that allows a user to control functions of the device. In one embodiment, the knob is rotatable in a rotary degree of freedom and moveable in at least one transverse direction approximately perpendicular to the axis. An actuator is coupled to ...


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Michael D Levin, Steven P Vassallo: Haptic shifting devices. Immersion Corporation, Kilpatrick Stockton, June 14, 2005: US06904823 (58 worldwide citation)

A haptic shift device for use in shift-by-wire systems in vehicles. The haptic shift device includes a shift lever manipulatable by a user. At least one sensor detects a position of the shift lever, and a transmission gear of the vehicle is caused to be changed based on the position of the shift lev ...


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Michael D Levin, William F Richardson, Alan B Todtenkopf: Solution preparation system. Merck & Co, Frank P Bigley, Mark R Daniel, Joseph F DiPrima, April 4, 1995: US05402834 (35 worldwide citation)

Solutions are prepared by accurately dispensing and weighing concentrated solutions of salts, acids and bases as well as water or organic solvent, and mixing to achieve homogeneity. The final solution may be stored or used directly from the system.