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Roland M Morley, O Dell M Keil, Curtis B Keepers, Roy K Fischer: Flip-up helmet mount for night vision goggle. Litton Systems, Poms Smith Lande & Rose, April 9, 1996: US05506730 (80 worldwide citation)

A flip-up helmet mount for a night vision goggle includes a plurality of nested relatively movable brackets, the first of which is secured to a user's helmet. A second bracket pivots relative to the first to provide flip-up motion for the night vision goggle, and a third of the nested brackets is pi ...


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Clifford J Connors, Gary A Wannagot, Roland M Morley: Night vision weapon sight. Litton Systems, Poms Smith Lande & Rose, July 18, 1995: US05434704 (39 worldwide citation)

A night vision sight is provided for use with a weapon, which includes an objective lens and a non-inverting image intensifier tube disposed along an optical axis, providing an intensified target image. The sight is focused by direct movement of the image intensifier tube relative to the fixed posit ...


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Roland M Morley, O Dell Keil: Light-weight night vision device. Litton Systems, Poms Smith Lande & Rose, November 15, 1994: US05365057 (29 worldwide citation)

A light-weight night vision device includes a housing carrying an objective lens through which low-level light from a scene to be viewed is received. The housing carries an image intensifier tube receiving the low-level light from the objective lens, and providing in response an image representative ...


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Roland M Morley: Day/night viewing device with laser range finder utilizing two wavelengths of laser light, and method of its operation. Terry L Miller, May 18, 1999: US05903996 (19 worldwide citation)

A multi-function day/night observation, ranging, or sighting device includes a single objective lens and a single eyepiece lens and provides an image of a distant scene. The single objective lens leads to a visible-light first optical path and to an invisible-light second optical path. The invisible ...


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Roland M Morley, Timothy R Goebel: Night vision device with improved image stability. Litton Systems, Poms Smith Lande & Rose, August 29, 1995: US05446585 (11 worldwide citation)

An ANVIS 6 type of binocular night vision device includes a pair of night vision monocular scopes which adjustably depend from a support frame in front of a user's eyes. The support frame includes an interpupillary distance adjustment mechanism which allows placement of the monocular scopes to bette ...


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Roland M Morley, Robert C Sundahl, Dan Seligson: Flat panel color display with enhanced brightness and preferential viewing angles. Intel Corporation, Marger Johnson & McCollom P C, October 26, 2004: US06809470 (10 worldwide citation)

A light directing apparatus comprising an LED array having RGB light emitting diode structures arrayed longitudinally along a substrate to form a plurality of RGB triplet groups and a lenslet array having a plurality of lenslet structures positioned adjacent a respective one of the RGB triplet group ...


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Roland M Morley, Robert C Sundahl, Dan Seligson: Flat panel color display with enhanced brightness and preferential viewing angles. Intel Corporation, Marger Johnson & McCollom P C, August 15, 2006: US07091652 (9 worldwide citation)

A light directing apparatus comprising an LED array having RGB light emitting diode structures arrayed longitudinally along a substrate to form a plurality of RGB triplet groups and a lenslet array having a plurality of lenslet structures positioned adjacent a respective one of the RGB triplet group ...


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Gary A Wannagot, Roland M Morley: Eyecup insert for night vision goggles. Litton Systems, Poms Smith Lande & Rose, July 6, 1993: US05225932 (9 worldwide citation)

An eyecup insert is provided which allows easy attachment and removal of an eyecup from an associated night vision goggle. The eyecup provides a light secure seal when pressed against the head of an operator of the goggle. A connecting end of the eyecup has annular channel which engages the insert. ...


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Michael R Saldana, Rodney Lynn Doster, Roland M Morley, Joseph Paul Estrera: Integrated night vision device and laser range finder. Litton Systems, Marsteller & Associates P C, September 19, 2000: US06121600 (8 worldwide citation)

An integrated night vision device and laser range finder provides both night-time and day-time imaging by use of an image intensifier tube, as well as providing laser range finding operations both day and night. In a laser range finder mode of operation the device projects a pulse of laser light int ...


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Roland M Morley, Robert F Kwasnick, Robert C Sundahl: Large format emissive display. Trop Pruner & Hu P C, February 2, 2010: US07654878 (6 worldwide citation)

A backframe may be utilized to align a plurality of emissive display tiles precisely with respect to one another. The individual display tiles may be removable from the backframe for replacement or other reasons. As a result, the spacing between individual tiles in an overall large format display ma ...