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Matthew Bell, Philip Gleckman, Joshua Zide, Helen Shaughnessy: Processing an image utilizing a spatially varying pattern. Knobbe Martens Olson & Bear, May 4, 2010: US07710391 (371 worldwide citation)

An interactive video window display system. A projector projects a visual image. A screen displays the visual image, wherein the projector projects the visual image onto a back side of the screen for presentation to a user on a front side of the screen, and wherein the screen is adjacent to a window ...


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Matthew Bell, Philip Gleckman, Joshua Zide, Helen Shaughnessy: Computer vision based touch screen. Intellectual Ventures Holding 67, Knobbe Martens Olson & Bear, October 11, 2011: US08035624 (350 worldwide citation)

A self-contained interactive video display system. A projector projects a visual image onto a screen for displaying the visual image, wherein the projector projects the visual image onto a back side of the screen for presentation to a user on a front side of the screen. An illuminator illuminates an ...


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Matthew Bell, Philip Gleckman, Joshua Zide, Helen Shaughnessy: Interactive video window. Intellectual Ventures Holding 67, Knobbe Martens Olson & Bear, October 11, 2011: US08035614 (346 worldwide citation)

An interactive video window display system. A projector projects a visual image. A screen displays the visual image, wherein the projector projects the visual image onto a back side of the screen for presentation to a user on a front side of the screen, and wherein the screen is adjacent to a window ...


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Matthew Bell, Philip Gleckman, Joshua Zide, Helen Shaughnessy: Self-contained interactive video display system. Intellectual Ventures Holding 67, Knobbe Martens Olson & Bear, October 11, 2011: US08035612 (306 worldwide citation)

A self-contained interactive video display system. A projector projects a visual image onto a screen for displaying the visual image, wherein the projector projects the visual image onto a back side of the screen for presentation to a user on a front side of the screen. An illuminator illuminates an ...


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Roland Winston, Robert L Holman, Benjamin A Jacobson, Robert M Emmons, Philip Gleckman: Tapered multilayer luminaire devices. Minnesota Mining and Manufacturing Co, Reinhart Boerner Van Deuren Norris & Rieselbach, June 18, 1996: US05528720 (140 worldwide citation)

An optical device for collecting light and selectively outputting or concentrating the light. A wedge layer has an optical index of refraction n.sub.1, and top, bottom and side surfaces intersecting to define an angle of inclination .phi.. A back surface spans the top, bottom and side surface. A fir ...


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Roland Winston, Robert L Holman, Benjamin A Jacobson, Robert M Emmons, Philip Gleckman: Luminaire device. Minnesota Mining and Manufacturing Company, Michael D Foley & Lardner Rechtin, December 14, 1999: US06002829 (106 worldwide citation)

An optical device for collecting light and selectively outputting or concentrating the light. A layer has an optical index of referaction n.sub.1, and top, bottom and side surfaces defining an angel of inclination .phi.. A back surface spans the top, bottom and side surface. A first layer is coupled ...


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Roland Winston, Robert L Holman, Benjamin A Jacobson, Robert M Emmons, Philip Gleckman: Luminaire device. Minnesota Mining & Manufacturing Co, Michael D Foley & Lardner Rechtin, March 28, 2000: US06044196 (96 worldwide citation)

An optical device for collecting light and selectively outputting or concentrating the light. A layer has an optical index of referaction n.sub.1, and top, bottom and side surfaces defining an angel of inclination .phi.. A back surface spans the top, bottom and side surface. A first layer is coupled ...


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Roland Winston, Robert L Holman, Benjamin A Jacobson, Robert M Emmons, Philip Gleckman: Multilayer luminaire device. Minnesota Mining & Mfg Co, Michael D Rechtin, Foley & Lardner, January 1, 2002: US06335999 (59 worldwide citation)

An optical device for collecting light and selectively outputting or concentrating the light. A layer has an optical index of referaction n


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Roland Winston, Robert L Holman, Benjamin A Jacobson, Robert M Emmons, Philip Gleckman: Luminaire device. 3M Innovative Properties Company, Stephen W Buckingham, December 30, 2003: US06671452 (58 worldwide citation)

An optical device for collecting light and selectively outputting or concentrating the light. A layer has an optical index of referaction n


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Philip Gleckman: Illumination system having an aspherical lens. NiOptics Corporation, Reinhart Boerner VanDeuren Norris & Rieselbach, February 8, 1994: US05285318 (42 worldwide citation)

A lens system containing an aspherical portion enabling minimization of spherical aberration as well as the lens length. The lens system includes a conical lens portion providing total internal reflection of light within the lens system and an integrally attached aspherical lens portion. For light r ...