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Roy J Rosser: Set top device for targeted electronic insertion of indicia into video. Princeton Video Image, Richard C Woodbridge, Woodbridge & Associates PC, September 3, 2002: US06446261 (457 worldwide citation)

A method of anonymous targeted insertion of indicia into video broadcasts. Individual televisions or other video reception devices are associated with set-top boxes that monitor the usage and viewing habits of the television set or other video reception device. A viewer profile derived from data acq ...


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Roy J Rosser, Martin Leach: Television displays having selected inserted indicia. Princeton Electronic Billboard, Arthur L Plevy, November 23, 1993: US05264933 (153 worldwide citation)

An apparatus and method of altering video images to enable the addition of images, message, slogans or indicia in such a manner that they appear to be part of the original image as displayed. The application of the apparatus and method is particularly adapted to be used as advertising during sportin ...


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Roy J Rosser, Brown F Williams: System and method for downstream application and control electronic billboard system. Princeton Video Image, Richard C Woodbridge, August 6, 1996: US05543856 (139 worldwide citation)

A system and method are disclosed for authorizing, controlling, and monitoring the insertion of advertising indicia and other video images into a broadcast video stream by an Electronic Billboard system operated at a location remote from a video program origination location. The disclosed control me ...


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Roy J Rosser, Yi Tan, Howard J Kennedy Jr, James L Jeffers, Darrell S DiCicco, Ximin Gong: Image insertion in video streams using a combination of physical sensors and pattern recognition. Princeton Video Image, Sterne Kessler Goldstein & Fox PLLC, August 8, 2000: US06100925 (110 worldwide citation)

A live video insertion system (LVIS) is disclosed that allows insertion of static or dynamic images into a live video broadcast in a realistic fashion on a real time basis. Initially, natural landmarks in a scene that are suitable for subsequent detection and tracking are selected. The landmarks are ...


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Roy J Rosser, Subhodev Das, Yi Tan: Method of tracking scene motion for live video insertion systems. Princeton Video Image, Woodbridge & Associaties, September 15, 1998: US05808695 (78 worldwide citation)

A method for tracking motion from field to field in a sequence of related video broadcast images. The method uses template correlation to follow a set of predetermined landmarks within a scene in order to provide position information of objects in the current image. The current image object position ...


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Roy J Rosser: Event linked insertion of indicia into video. Princeton Video Image, Richard C Woodbridge Esq, Roy Rosser, Synnestvedt Lechner & Woodbridge, June 15, 2004: US06750919 (52 worldwide citation)

This invention relates to a system and method for placing event related information into a video broadcasting so that the added information does not interfere with or obscure the primary action of interest in the broadcast. The disclosed information could be implemented by using instructions from an ...


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Roy J Rosser: Bistable electrowetting picture element. September 24, 2013: US08542163

A bistable electrowetting picture element that has both stable “On” and “Off” states in which no power is consumed, and a switching voltage threshold. Displays using such picture elements may be either passive or active matrix addressed. A picture element contains two immiscible, fluids within a spa ...


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Roy J Rosser, Tan Yi, Skip Kennedy: Image insertion in video streams using combination of physical sensors and pattern recognition. Princeton Video Image, yu mang, December 15, 1999: CN97180124

A live video insertion system in which one or more event cameras include sensors for sensing camera zoom, focus, pan, and tilt. Sensor data from each camera is provided to a live video insertion system to give a coarse indication of where an insertion should occur in video scenes. The sensor and tal ...


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Roy J Rosser: Bistable Electrowetting Picture Element. Mrm, September 11, 2008: US20080218444-A1

A bistable electrowetting picture element that has both stable “On” and “Off” states in which no power is consumed, and a switching voltage threshold. Displays using such picture elements may be either passive or active matrix addressed. A picture element contains two immiscible, fluids within a spa ...



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