1
Dana Lu Silverstein, Duncan, Manolito E Adan, Nigel Stuart Keam, Robert Brigham: Uniquely identifiable inking instruments. Microsoft Corporation, Workman Nydegger, September 7, 2010: US07791597 (26 worldwide citation)

A method of interacting with a computing device via one or more inking instruments to generate digital ink may include the steps of emitting light from a light emitting device to an inking instrument, receiving first user inputs from the inking instrument, and identifying the inking instrument based ...


2
Robert M Fries, Nigel Stuart Keam: Microbuffer used in synchronization of image data. Microsoft Corporation, Ronald M Anderson, August 10, 1999: US05936677 (21 worldwide citation)

For use in a set-top box, a relatively small line buffer and a frequency control permit scaling of a video input signal and synchronization between the input signal and a composite output signal. Image data and timing signals derived from the video signal are applied to a video capture engine (VCE). ...


3
Steven Nabil Bathiche, Flavio Protasio Ribeiro, Nigel Stuart Keam, Bernard K Rihn, Panos C Panay, David W Voth: Connection device for computing devices. Microsoft Technology Licensing, Qudus Olaniran, Judy Yee, Micky Minhas, August 23, 2016: US09426905 (14 worldwide citation)

A connection device for computing devices is described. In one or more implementations, a connection device comprises a plurality of connection portions that are physically and communicatively coupled, one to another. Each of the plurality of connection portions has at least one communication contac ...


4
Weidong Zhao, David A Stevens, Aleksandar Uzelac, Takahiro Shigemitsu, Andrew David Wilson, Nigel Stuart Keam: Angular contact geometry. Microsoft Technology Licensing, Henry Gabryjelski, Kate Drakos, Micky Minhas, March 17, 2015: US08982061 (8 worldwide citation)

In embodiments of angular contact geometry, touch input sensor data is recognized as a touch input on a touch-screen display, such as a touch-screen display integrated in a mobile phone or portable computing device. A sensor map is generated from the touch input sensor data, and the sensor map repre ...


5
Boyd Cannon Multerer, William T Flora, Bret P O Rourke, John Mark Miller, Eric Peter Wilfrid, Nigel Stuart Keam, Steven N Bathiche, Oliver Roup, James Morris Alkove, Zachary Lewis Russell, Jon Marcus Randall Whitten, Andrew David Wilson: Distribution channels and monetizing. Microsoft Corporation, Lee & Hayes PLLC, February 14, 2012: US08117094 (5 worldwide citation)

A system to facilitate royalty tracking is provided. The system includes at least one tag to identify a portion of a creative work. A distribution component tracks the portion of the creative work and a crediting component reports usage of the creative work when the portion is detected in a larger b ...


6
Dana Lu Silverstein, Duncan, Manolito E Adan, Nigel Stuart Keam, Robert Brigham: Uniquely identifiable inking instruments. Microsoft Corporation, Workman Nydegger, April 6, 2010: US07692639 (5 worldwide citation)

A method of interacting with a computing device via one or more inking instruments to generate digital ink may include the steps of emitting light from a light emitting device to an inking instrument, receiving first user inputs from the inking instrument, and identifying the inking instrument based ...


7
Vaibhav Thukral, Sudipta Sinha, Vivek Pradeep, Timothy Andrew Large, Nigel Stuart Keam, David Nister: Polarized gaze tracking. MICROSOFT TECHNOLOGY LICENSING, Dave Ream, Tom Wong, Micky Minhas, May 3, 2016: US09330302 (2 worldwide citation)

Embodiments that relate to determining gaze locations are disclosed. In one embodiment a method includes shining light along an outbound light path to the eyes of the user wearing glasses. Upon detecting the glasses, the light is dynamically polarized in a polarization pattern that switches between ...


8
Nigel Stuart Keam, Bernard K Rihn: Predictive electrophoretic display. Microsoft Technology Licensing, Jeremy Snodgrass, Judy Yee, Micky Minhas, March 24, 2015: US08988763 (1 worldwide citation)

A predictive electrophoretic display is described. An electrophoretic display may include charged particles, a portion of which are designated as electronic ink, disposed between a conductive display plate and a conductive back plate. Charges may be applied to the conductive plates to migrate the el ...


9
Bernard K Rihn, Paul Henry Dietz, Nigel Stuart Keam, Steven Nabil Bathiche: Rapid synchronized lighting and shuttering. Microsoft Technology Licensing, Brandon Roper, Judy Yee, Micky Minhas, January 10, 2017: US09544504

This document describes various apparatuses and techniques for rapid synchronized lighting and shuttering. These apparatuses and techniques are capable of capturing two images, where one of the images integrates multiple exposures during which an image area is illuminated by a light source and anoth ...


10
Dana Lu Silverstein, Duncan Duncan, Manolito E Adan, Nigel Stuart Keam, Robert Brigham: Uniquely identifiable inking instruments. Microsoft Corporation, Banner & Witcoff, Attorneys For Client Nos 003797 & 013797, August 16, 2007: US20070188445-A1

A method of interacting with a computing device via one or more inking instruments to generate digital ink may include the steps of emitting light from a light emitting device to an inking instrument, receiving first user inputs from the inking instrument, and identifying the inking instrument based ...