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Kenneth W Sauter, Rodney L Doster, Roland M Morley: Clip-on night vision device. Litton Systems, Marsteller & Associates P C, April 15, 2008: US07359114 (5 worldwide citation)

A night viewer (10) is adaptable to generate an enhanced image suitable for viewing through an optical scope (16). An input end (18) of the viewer (10) receives the image to be enhanced through an objective lens (20). An image enhancing unit (22) enhances the image. The enhanced image is optically t ...


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Roland M Morley: Night vision device with holographic reticle which is transparent in a first condition and visibly superimposed in a second condition. Litton Systems, Poms Smith Lande & Rose, September 20, 1994: US05349179 (5 worldwide citation)

A night vision device with a holographic reticle ordinarily provides a user with all image of a night time scene unimpaired by any reticle pattern. Such a reticle pattern can interfere with night time observations, or may be distracting to the user. Consequently, the utility of the night vision devi ...


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Roland M Morley, Robert C Sundahl: Interconnecting flat panel display elements. Intel Corporation, Trop Pruner & Hu P C, March 15, 2005: US06867540 (4 worldwide citation)

A flat panel display may be formed with transverse row and column electrodes. Contacts may be made through one electrode to another electrode by forming an offset in the first electrode to reach the second electrode. As a result, the fill factor of the resulting display may be improved.


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Roland M Morley: Dual channel imaging device. Intel Corporation, Trop Pruner & Hu P C, December 13, 2005: US06975358 (4 worldwide citation)

An imaging device may include two channels, for example each with different magnification or fields of view as two examples. The user may select one of the channels and the image captured through that channel may be both viewed through a viewfinder and recorded on an imaging array or other recording ...


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Roland M Morley, Dennis L Matthies: Structured faceplate for emissive displays. Intel Corporation, Trop Pruner & Hu P C, January 7, 2003: US06504981 (4 worldwide citation)

An emissive display may include a faceplate that improves contrast and increases light efficiency in some embodiments. The emissive display may be covered by a plurality of cones that define light pipes between the cones. The cones may be reflective on one surface to reflect outwardly through a micr ...


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Kannan Raj, Roland M Morley: Fiber optic connector system. Intel Corporation, Trop Pruner & Hu P C, June 18, 2002: US06406193 (2 worldwide citation)

A fiber optic connector system may include a elliptical reflector arranged to couple light from one optical fiber to another. The elliptical reflector has two foci, one of which may correspond to an end of a first optical fiber and the other of which may correspond to an end of another optical fiber ...


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Roland M Morley, Robert C Sundahl, Dan Seligson: Flat panel color display with enhanced brightness and preferential viewing angles. MARGER JOHNSON & McCOLLOM PC, July 4, 2002: US20020084952-A1 (1 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: Forming organic light emitting device displays on thinner substrates. Intel Corporation, Trop Pruner & Hu P C, September 13, 2005: US06942536

An organic light emitting device display may be formed with a first layer having standard thicknesses. The first layer may be manufactured to include the organic light emitting device material. The first layer may be secured to a second layer to form a panel. Thereafter, the resulting panel can be s ...


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Roland M Morley, Robert C Sundahl, Dan Seligson: Flat panel color display with enhanced brightness and preferential viewing angles. MARGER JOHNSON & McCOLLOM PC, December 2, 2004: US20040239236-A1

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: Forming organic light emitting device displays on thinner substrates. Timothy N Trop, Trop Pruner & Hu PC, October 30, 2003: US20030201714-A1

An organic light emitting device display may be formed with a first layer having standard thicknesses. The first layer may be manufactured to include the organic light emitting device material. The first layer may be secured to a second layer to form a panel. Thereafter, the resulting panel can be s ...