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Newton John: Touch screen system with hover and click input methods. Next Holdings, Newton John, PRATT John S, October 23, 2008: WO/2008/128096 (25 worldwide citation)

A touch screen system that can approximate tracking and dragging states regardless of the user's orientation and without reliance on direct sensing of touch pressure or area. A first detector generates a signal representing a first image of an object interacting with the touch screen. A second detec ...


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Newton John David: Systems and methods for resolving multitouch scenarios for optical touchscreens. Next Holdings, Newton John David, PRATT John Set al, August 20, 2009: WO/2009/102681 (23 worldwide citation)

An optical touch detection system may rely on triangulating points in a touch area based on the direction of shadows cast by an object interrupting light in the touch area. When two interruptions occur simultaneously, ghost points and true touch points triangulated from the shadows can be distinguis ...


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Newton John D: Data-processing element. International Business Machines Corporation, December 21, 1971: US3629853 (21 worldwide citation)

A digital computer system having multiple memory units for storing information words representative of data and instructions, control means including means for extracting information words from the memory units, and two instruction registers. A first instruction register stores an instruction while ...


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Newton John David: Touch screen signal processing. Next Holdings, Newton John David, ADAMS Matthew D, August 26, 2004: WO/2004/072843 (17 worldwide citation)

A touch screen (1) which uses light sources (4) at one or more edges of the screen (1) which directs light across the surface of the screen (1) and at least two cameras (6) having electronic outputs located at the periphery of the screen (1) to receive light from said light sources (4). A processor ...


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Adams Jerry Leroy, Bender Paul Elliot, Gleason John Gerald, Hanna Nabil, Newton John Frederick, Perchonock Carl David, Razgaitis Kazys: Pyrrolo not 1,2-a imidazole and imidazo not 1,2-a pyridine derivatives and their use as 5-lipoxygenase pathway inhibitors. Smithkline Beecham, April 18, 1990: EP0364204-A1 (16 worldwide citation)

Compounds of formula (I) in which one of R or R must be alkylsubstituted pyridyl, processes for their preparation, compositions containing them and their use as inhibitors of 5-lipoxygenase.


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Newton John: Low profile touch panel systems. Next Holdings, Newton John, PRATT John S, March 5, 2009: WO/2009/029764 (16 worldwide citation)

A low profile touch display can be provided, namely one including an optical detection system with the bulk of the electronics and optics positioned partially or completely below the detecting plane surface. The light source and optical detection system components can be configured so that the exit ...


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Newton John: Optical touchscreen with improved illumination. Next Holdings, Newton John, PRATT John S, March 5, 2009: WO/2009/029767 (16 worldwide citation)

In an optical touch display system, light from a primary source can be retroreflected to a detector in the absence of an object in the detection area. When an object is present, its position can be triangulated based on the direction of its shadows at the detectors. Accuracy can be improved with a s ...


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Taylor Susan, Lowe Timothy John, Newton John Reginald: Refuse receptacle. Taylor Susan, Lowe Timothy John, Newton John Reginald, April 3, 1985: GB2145617-A (15 worldwide citation)

A refuse collection arrangement is included or associated with a work surface 714 provided with a removable lid 712 so that when the lid is removed, refuse can be thrown into a bin or container 722 located beneath the opening, or pushed over the edge of the opening into the bin. The bin is provided ...


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Reinke Robert V, Newton John E, Reifsteck Robert L: Distortion correction apparatus for electro-optical reflectors which scan beams to produce images. Eastman Kodak Company, Owens R L, November 4, 1975: US3918068 (13 worldwide citation)

Apparatus is disclosed for use with image forming apparatus having a pair of galvanometers one of which, in response to a ramp signal rotates a mirror which scans lines in one direction across the image and the other of which in response to a staircase signal rotates another mirror in a direction pe ...