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Satoshi Arakawa: Endoscope. Fuji Photo Optical, Koda and Androlia, March 4, 1986: US04573450 (119 worldwide citation)

This disclosure depicts an endoscope inserted into a cavity in a human body or a component such as an engine, for observing the interior thereof. In the endoscope according to the present invention, a face plate-shaped image sensor provided on the forward end of an insertion portion can output an op ...


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Satoshi Arakawa: Flat type image display apparatus. Fuji Photo Film, Sughrue Mion Zinn Macpeak & Seas PLLC, July 31, 2001: US06268843 (81 worldwide citation)

An image display apparatus including an active display device, which is divided into picture elements, and a passive display device, which is divided into picture elements and which is superposed upon the active display device. The image display apparatus has-a high luminance resolution and a high d ...


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Satoshi Arakawa, David H Cooper: Endoscope connecting system. Fuji Photo Optical, Parkhurst & Oliff, July 22, 1986: US04601284 (75 worldwide citation)

An endoscope connecting system having as its imaging system a solid state imaging device for generating a video signal containing image information of an interested object which is transmitted to a display to be visualized such as a television picture comprises a fiberoptic endoscope having an eyepi ...


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Satoshi Arakawa: Video endoscope system. Fuji Photo Optical, Young & Thompson, March 17, 1987: US04651202 (69 worldwide citation)

A video endoscope system includes an endoscope having in its imaging system a solid state imaging device for generating a video signal of an image of an object to be observed or examined which in turn is transmitted through a control circuit to a CRT display to be visualized thereon as a television ...


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Satoshi Arakawa: Construction of manual control section of endoscope. Fuji Photo Optical, Parkhurst & Oliff, October 21, 1986: US04617915 (68 worldwide citation)

An endoscope includes in a viewing head of its insertable section into a cavity of a living body an image sensor for generating a video signal which in turn is transmitted to a television display to be visualized thereon as a television picture. A manual control section of the endoscope according to ...


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Makoto Toyota, Fumitaka Takeshita, Satoshi Arakawa: Endoscope for displaying a normal image. Fuji Photo Optical, Parkhurst & Oliff, September 29, 1987: US04697210 (68 worldwide citation)

An endoscope used for observing the interior of a cavity in a human body. In the endoscope according to the present invention, an image sensor is provided in the forward end of an insertion section and an object of interest is displayed on a screen of a television set in response to a video signal o ...


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Satoshi Arakawa, Makoto Toyota, Fumitaka Takeshita: Endoscope having a control section with level adjusting device. Fuji Photo Optical, Parkhurst & Oliff, May 19, 1987: US04667230 (60 worldwide citation)

An endoscope of the type having in its imaging system a solid state imaging device provided in its insertable section into a cavity of a living body for receiving an optical image and converting it into electrical signals which are processed and then transmitted to a monitor to be visualized thereon ...


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Satoshi Arakawa: Image display device. Fuji Photo Film, Sughrue Mion Zinn MacPeak & Seas PLLC, October 4, 2005: US06952195 (50 worldwide citation)

The image display device includes a liquid crystal display device having a liquid crystal panel and a backlight and a backlight controller for allowing the backlight of the liquid crystal display device to be bright when environment light is bright and allowing the backlight to be dark when the envi ...


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Satoshi Arakawa, Makoto Toyota, Fumitaka Takeshita: Endoscope having a plate-like image sensor for forming images. Fuji Photo Optical, Parkhurst & Oliff, November 18, 1986: US04622954 (48 worldwide citation)

An endoscope includes in the viewing head of its insertable section into a cavity of a living body an image sensor for generating a video signal which in turn is transmitted to a television display to be visualized thereon as a television picture. The image sensor with a shape such as a plate is loc ...


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Satoshi Arakawa: Endoscope with an obtusely angled connecting section. Fuji Photo Optical, Parkhurst & Oliff, October 14, 1986: US04616630 (48 worldwide citation)

An endoscope used for observing the interior of a cavity in a human body. The endoscope according to the present invention is provided in the forward end of an insertion section with an image sensor and an object of interest can be displayed on a screen of a television set in response to a video sig ...