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Craig Allen
Desaraju V Varaprasad, Mingtao Zhao, Craig Allen Dornan, Anoop Agrawal, Pierr Marc Allemand, Niall R Lynam: Electrochromic polymeric solid films, manufacturing electrochromic devices using such solid films, and processes for making such solid films and devices. Donnelly Corporation, Fitzpatrick Cella Harper & Scinto, April 10, 2007: US07202987 (109 worldwide citation)

An electrochromic mirror device suitable for use in a vehicle comprises a first transparent substrate having a transparent conductive layer on a surface thereof and a second substrate having a conductive layer on a surface thereof. The conductive layer of the first substrate opposes the second condu ...


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Craig Allen
Desaraju V Varaprasad, Mingtao Zhao, Craig Allen Dornan, Anoop Agrawal, Niall R Lynam, Pierr Marc Allemand: Exterior electrochromic reflective mirror element for a vehicular rearview mirror assembly. Donnelly Corporation, Vandyke Gardner Linn & Burkhart, March 25, 2008: US07349144 (66 worldwide citation)

An exterior electrochromic reflective mirror element for a vehicular exterior rearview mirror assembly comprises an electrochromic cross-linked polymeric solid film disposed between a first substrate and a second substrate. The electrochromic cross-linked polymeric solid film contacts a transparent ...


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Craig Allen
Desaraju V Varaprasad, Mingtao Zhao, Craig Allen Dornan, Anoop Agrawal, Pierr Marc Allemand, Niall R Lynam: Electrochromic polymeric solid films, manufacturing electrochromic devices using such solid films, and processes for making such solid films and devices. Donnelly Corporation, Fitzpatrick Cella Harper & Scinto, April 14, 2005: US20050079326-A1

An electrochromic mirror device suitable for use in a vehicle comprises a first transparent substrate having a transparent conductive layer on a surface thereof and a second substrate having a conductive layer on a surface thereof. The conductive layer of the first substrate opposes the second condu ...


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Craig Allen
Desaraju V Varaprasad, Mingtao Zhao, Craig Allen Dornan, Anoop Agrawal, Pierr Marc Allemand, Niall R Lynam: Electrochromic polymeric solid films, manufacturing electrochromic devices using such solid films, and processes for making such solid films and devices. Donnelly Corporation, Fitzpatrick Cella Harper & Scinto, May 8, 2003: US20030087107-A1

The present invention relates to electrochromic polymeric solid films, manufacturing electrochromic devices using such solid films and processes for making such solid films and devices. The electrochromic polymeric solid films of the present invention exhibit beneficial properties and characteristic ...


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Mingtao Zhao, Hansford Hendargo, Joseph A Izatt: Methods, systems, and computer readable media for synthetic wavelength-based phase unwrapping in optical coherence tomography and spectral domain phase microscopy. Duke University, Jenkins Wilson Taylor & Hunt P A, October 22, 2013: US08565499 (4 worldwide citation)

In accordance with this disclosure, methods, systems, and computer readable media for synthetic wavelength-based phase unwrapping in optical coherence tomography are provided. Synthetic wavelength phase unwrapping can be applied to OCT data and can correctly resolve sample motions that are larger th ...


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Joseph A Izatt, Mingtao Zhao, Anthony N Kuo: Methods and computer program products for quantitative three-dimensional image correction and clinical parameter computation in optical coherence tomography. Duke University, Jenkins Wilson Taylor & Hunt P A, July 5, 2016: US09384582

Methods and computer program products for quantitative three-dimensional (“3D”) image correction in optical coherence tomography. Using the methods and computer program products, index interface (refracting) surfaces from the raw optical coherence tomography (“OCT”) dataset from an OCT system can be ...


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Jin U Kang, Mingtao Zhao: Sapphire lens-based optical fiber probe for optical coherence tomography. THE JOHNS HOPKINS UNIVERSITY, Venable, Henry J Daley, Laura G Remus, June 16, 2015: US09057594

A probe for an optical coherence tomography system according to an embodiment of the current invention includes a sheath having a proximal end and a distal end and defining a lumen therein, an optical fiber disposed at least partially within the lumen of said sheath, and a sapphire lens attached to ...


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Joseph A Izatt, Yuankai K Tao, Mingtao Zhao: Methods, systems, and computer program products for removing undesired artifacts in fourier domain optical coherence tomography (FDOCT) systems using integrating buckets. Duke University, Jenkins Wilson Taylor & Hunt P A, August 28, 2008: US20080204762-A1

Methods, systems, and computer program products for removing undesired artifacts in Fourier domain optical coherence tomography (FDOCT) systems using integrating buckets are disclosed. According to one aspect, a method includes introducing a variable phase delay between a reference arm and a sample ...


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Joseph A Izatt, Mingtao Zhao, Anthony N Kuo: Methods and computer program products for quantitative three-dimensional image correction and clinical parameter computation in optical coherence tomography. Jenkins Wilson Taylor & Hunt P A, February 10, 2011: US20110032533-A1

Methods and computer program products for quantitative three-dimensional (“3D”) image correction in optical coherence tomography. Using the methods and computer program products, index interface (refracting) surfaces from the raw optical coherence tomography (“OCT”) dataset from an OCT system can be ...


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Mingtao Zhao, Hansford Hendargo, Joesph A Izatt: Methods, systems, and computer readable media for synthetic wavelength-based phase unwrapping in optical coherence tomography and spectral domain phase microscopy. Jenkins Wilson Taylor & Hunt P A, June 17, 2010: US20100150467-A1

In accordance with this disclosure, methods, systems, and computer readable media for synthetic wavelength-based phase unwrapping in optical coherence tomography are provided. Synthetic wavelength phase unwrapping can be applied to OCT data and can correctly resolve sample motions that are larger th ...