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Richard Leifer: Massage device of chair type. Keusey Tutunjian & Bitetto PC, July 3, 2008: US20080161736-A1

A massage chair having a primary purpose for use as a barber/beautician chair. The chair may include a hydraulic cylinder with a piston for adjusting the height of the chair, a foot rest and a movable neck support. The neck support is movably attached to the back rest and is configured to be moved n ...


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Richard Leifer, Robert Leifer, Gabe Neiser: Light apparatus for illuminating a compact computer video screen. Keusey Tutunjian & Bitetto, December 13, 2001: US20010050849-A1

A lighting assembly for compact computer devices such as, for example, hand held video games utilizes a light source directed away from the display screen of the compact computer device and a reflective surface selectively positionable over the display screen to intercept and reflect the light emana ...


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Richard Leifer: Night light. Keusey Tutunjian & Bitetto PC, June 2, 2005: US20050117343-A1

A night light having a “night” operating mode and a “power failure” operating mode includes at least one light source and a reflective shield pivotally mounted to the night light housing. A battery backup provides power to the night light in the event power is lost at the outlet within which night l ...


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Richard Leifer: Dedicated wireless digital video disc ( DVD) controller for video game consoles. Arista Enterprises, Keusey Tutunjian & Bitetto PC, June 16, 2005: US20050130743-A1

There is provided a wireless system for a video game console having at least one of an Infrared (IR) receiver and a Radio Frequency (RF) receiver, and further having at least two operation modes including (i) a first game mode capable of playing video games and (ii) a second entertainment mode capab ...


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Alan E Leifer, Richard Leifer, Chi Fu Peng: Wireless game control units. Keusey Tutunjian & Bitetto PC, July 28, 2005: US20050164791-A1

A wireless control unit includes a controller having wireless transmitter circuitry for transmitting game information, and a console interface/adapter for converting one of the communication ports of the game console into a wireless receiver/transmitter. The console interface/adapter also includes a ...


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Richard Leifer, Alan Randmae, Rein Randmae: Package opener. Keusey Tutunjian & Bitetto PC, July 3, 2008: US20080155830-A1

A package opener having a rotating cutting wheel and adapted to cut and open packages having dye cut edges/flanges, or more specifically clamshell packages. An opposing groove is positioned to receive the blade of the cutting wheel. The package opener includes an edge receiving portion that is confi ...


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Gabe Neiser, Richard Leifer: Package opener. Keusey Tutunjian & Bitetto PC, October 20, 2005: US20050229397-A1

The clamshell package opener includes a driver gear and an idler gear that are compressed against a surface of the package. As the gears are compressed to hold the package, a cutting blade is positioned so as to puncture the clamshell package in the area adjacent the gears. Once the clamshell packag ...


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Richard Leifer, Gabe Neiser: Light apparatus for illuminating a compact computer video screen. Artsta Enterprises, Keusey Tutunjian & Bitetto, March 26, 2002: US06361182

A lighting assembly for compact computer devices such as, for example, hand held video games utilizes a light source direct away from the display screen of the compact computer device and a reflective surface selectively positionable over the display screen to intercept and reflect the light emanati ...


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Richard Leifer, Robert Leifer, Gabe Neiser: Light apparatus for illuminating a compact computer video screen. Arista Interactive, Keusey Tutunjian & Bitetto P C, February 11, 2003: US06517069

An improved lighting apparatus for hand held video games utilizes a directional light source and a curved reflective surface disposed opposite the directional source in a frame positioned proximate to the display screen of the hand held device. The use of a directional light source and the curved re ...