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Yamada Ayako, Motomiya Masahiro, Sato Hidenori: Liquid crystal glare-proof mirror. Murakami, December 31, 2008: EP2008869-A1 (24 worldwide citation)

Disclosed is a liquid crystal glare-proof mirror (100) capable of displaying a picture in which a non-glare-proof mode and a glare-proof mode is switched, including a first polarizing plate (10a) for selecting a polarization component to be transmitted; a liquid crystal cell (10b) disposed at a back ...


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Harada Ikuo, Onozawa Akira, Nojima Hisao, Sato Hidenori, Hosoya Hidekazu, Aragaki Noriko, Matsuoka Hiroto, Kitahashi Yoshinori, Maeda Norihiko: Marker presentation portable terminal, expanded sense of reality system, and its operation method. Nippon Telegr &Amp Teleph Corp &Lt Ntt&Gt, September 15, 2005: JP2005-250950 (17 worldwide citation)

PROBLEM TO BE SOLVED: To make it unnecessary to require as many markers for measuring three-dimensional positions to display virtual objects as virtual objects to be displayed.SOLUTION: A user carries a marker presentation portable terminal 10 with himself or herself instead of a printed marker. In ...


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Nagao Mitsuyoshi, Sato Hidenori: An automatic antiglare mirror. Murakami, May 15, 1996: EP0711683-A1 (16 worldwide citation)

An automatic antiglare mirror for a vehicle with its reflectivity being variably controlled by an electrochromic element includes a rear light detection circuit (12) for detecting quantity of light in the rear of the vehicle, a coloration amount control circuit (16) for controlling an amount of colo ...


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Hosoya Hidekazu, Onozawa Akira, Nojima Hisao, Harada Ikuo, Sato Hidenori, Kitahashi Yoshinori: Interface method and device using self-image display, and program. Nippon Telegr &Amp Teleph Corp &Lt Ntt&Gt, September 2, 2004: JP2004-246578 (15 worldwide citation)

PROBLEM TO BE SOLVED: To provide a highly convenient interface device capable of detecting an operation in a non-contact status and in an arbitrary place.SOLUTION: An image including an operator is designated by an image inputting part 11. An image(inverted image) photographed by the image inputting ...


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Hosoya Hidekazu, Nojima Hisao, Harada Ikuo, Onozawa Akira, Sato Hidenori, Kitahashi Yoshinori: Menu display method, device and program in interface using self-image display. Nippon Telegr &Amp Teleph Corp &Lt Ntt&Gt, September 16, 2004: JP2004-258766 (13 worldwide citation)

PROBLEM TO BE SOLVED: To enable menu display without coming short of display places and without a menu being displayed at a place difficult for users to use, even in the case where users wish to increase the numbers of commands or display a hierarchic menu.SOLUTION: An image inputting part 11 inputs ...


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Sato Hidenori, Suzuki Norio, Takamatsu Akira, Maruyama Hiroyuki, Saikawa Kenji, Hotta Katsuhiko, Ichizoe Hiroyuki: Method for manufacturing semiconductor integrated circuit device and semiconductor integrated circuit device. Hitachi, Hitachi Ulsi Systems, July 27, 2001: JP2001-203263 (7 worldwide citation)

PROBLEM TO BE SOLVED: To satisfactorily fill isolating trenches with an insulation film without forming holes, etc., in the top of the insulation film filled in the isolating trenches. SOLUTION: For filling isolating trenches 6a formed in a semiconductor substrate 1, a coating film 6c is first fille ...


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Nagao Mitsuyoshi, Sato Hidenori: (Ja) 車載用監視装置, (En) Vehicle mounted monitor. Murakami Corporation, Nagao Mitsuyoshi, Sato Hidenori, ISONO Michizo, August 18, 2005: WO/2005/075248 (7 worldwide citation)

(EN) A vehicle mounted monitor comprising a lens (21) which can take a first focal length for short distance used for imaging a rain drop adhering to a vehicle, and a second focal length for long distance used for imaging the periphery of the vehicle. A camera section (2) can switch the focal length ...


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Sato Tadashi, Sato Hidenori, Yamada Maki, Akimoto Koichiro: Developing roller. Canon, June 2, 2005: JP2005-141192 (5 worldwide citation)

PROBLEM TO BE SOLVED: To provide a developing roller which prevents problems of decrease in the density of a solid image and of a ghost image in a low temperature and low humidity environment and realizes image characteristics in a high temperature and high humidity environment as well.SOLUTION: The ...


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Sato Hidenori, Hosoya Hidekazu, Kitahashi Yoshinori, Harada Ikuo, Nojima Hisao, Onozawa Akira: Interface method, device, and program. Nippon Telegr &Amp Teleph Corp &Lt Ntt&Gt, September 30, 2004: JP2004-272515 (5 worldwide citation)

PROBLEM TO BE SOLVED: To provide a non-mounted interface device for precisely acquiring depth information and realizing three-dimensional pointing to a real space.SOLUTION: A distance information generating part 12 generates distance information from a standard camera 111 to an object to be photogra ...