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Frank M Bouton, Rodney W Kimmell: Reconfigurable joystick controller recalibration. Thrustmaster, Marger Johnson McCollom & Stolowitz P C, March 11, 1997: US05610631 (37 worldwide citation)

A video game/simulator system in a personal computer (PC) with game port and keyboard port includes a joystick includes a base and a joystick handle pivotally mounted on the base for two-dimensional movement. The joystick controller is connectable to both the game port of the personal computer and t ...


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Boyd MacNaughton, Rodney W Kimmell, David W Allen, Jure Bezgovsek: 3D shutter glasses for use with LCD displays. X6D, X6D USA, September 24, 2013: US08542326 (28 worldwide citation)

A viewing system for viewing video displays having the appearance of a three dimensional image.


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Boyd MacNaughton, David W Allen, Rodney W Kimmell: 3D Glasses. X6d, Bracewell & Giuliani, September 30, 2010: US20100245693-A1

A viewing system for viewing video displays having the appearance of a three dimensional image.


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Boyd MacNaughton, Rodney W Kimmell, David W Allen, Jure Bezgovsek: 3D Glasses With RF Synchronization. September 8, 2011: US20110216176-A1

A viewing system for viewing video displays having the appearance of a three dimensional image.


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Boyd MacNaughton, Rodney W Kimmell, David W Allen, Jure Bezgovsek: 3D Shutter Glasses For Use With LCD Displays. September 8, 2011: US20110216252-A1

A viewing system for viewing video displays having the appearance of a three dimensional image.


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Boyd MacNaughton, Rodney W Kimmell, David W Allen: 3d glasses with hinged frame and enhanced contrast lenses. October 6, 2011: US20110242275-A1

A viewing system for viewing video displays having the appearance of a three dimensional image.


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Boyd MacNaughton, Rodney W Kimmell, David W Allen, Ami Dror: 3D Glasses with OLED Shutters. September 22, 2011: US20110228062-A1

A viewing system for viewing video displays having the appearance of a three dimensional image.