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Scott Remington, William L Martino Jr: Structure and method for improving high speed data rate in a DRAM. Motorola, James L Clingan Jr, December 18, 1990: US04979145 (24 worldwide citation)

A dynamic random access memory has a bit of data selected by a multiplexed address. The row address latches twice as much data as can be selected by the column address which follows the row address. After the column address has been utilized, there is still a one of two selection between two bits of ...


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Scott Remington, William L Martino Jr: Row decoder. Motorola, Anthony J Sarli Jr, Jeffrey Van Myers, James L Clingan Jr, October 28, 1986: US04620299 (7 worldwide citation)

A logic decoder provides a true output signal at a first logic state when selected during an active cycle and during an inactive cycle, and at a second logic state when deselected. The logic decoder also provides a complementary output signal. A word line driver circuit couples decoded address signa ...


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Scott Remington, William L Martino Jr: Row decoder. Motorola, John A Fisher, Jeffrey Van Myers, James L Clingan Jr, April 28, 1987: US04661724 (3 worldwide citation)

A row decoder includes a logic decoder, a word line driver circuit, and first and second coupling circuits. The logic decoder provides a logic high in an inactive cycle and when selected in an active cycle, and a logic low when deselected in the active cycle. Each of a plurality of word line driver ...


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Sagar Mark, Scott Remington: System and method for tracking facial muscle and eye motion for computer graphics animation. Sony Pictures Entertainment, zhangzhi cheng, November 7, 2007: CN200580040721

A motion tracking system enables faithful capture of subtle facial and eye motion using a surface electromyography (EMG) detection method to detect muscle movements and an electrooculogram (EOG) detection method to detect eye movements. Signals corresponding to the detected muscle and eye movements ...


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Gordon Demian, Scott Remington, Havaldar Parag, Hauck Dennis J Jr: Capturing and processing facial motion data. Sony, dongfang yuan, November 19, 2008: CN200680040142

Capturing and processing facial motion data includes: coupling a plurality of sensors to target points on a facial surface of an actor; capturing frame by frame images of the plurality of sensors disposed on the facial surface of the actor using at least one motion capture camera disposed on a head- ...


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Gordon Demian, Scott Remington, Havaldar Parag, Hauck Dennis J Jr: Capturing and processing facial motion data. Sony, Sony Pictures Entertainment, May 28, 2008: EP1924952-A2

Capturing and processing facial motion data includes: coupling a plurality of sensors to target points on a facial surface of an actor; capturing frame by frame images of the plurality of sensors disposed on the facial surface of the actor using at least one motion capture camera disposed on a head- ...


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Sagar Mark, Scott Remington: System and method for tracking facial muscle and eye motion for computer graphics animation. Sony Pictures Entertainment, Sony, June 20, 2007: EP1797537-A2

A motion tracking system enables faithful capture of subtle facial and eye motion using a surface electromyography (EMG) detection method to detect muscle movements and an electrooculogram (EOG) detection method to detect eye movements. Signals corresponding to the detected muscle and eye movements ...


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Scott Remington, Gordon Demian: Eye movement data replacement in motion capture. Sony Pictures Entertainment, Sony, September 3, 2008: EP1964068-A2

Replacing eye movement data in motion capture, comprising: capturing eye movement data from a first actor subsequent to a motion capture session where motion data for a second actor was captured, wherein the first actor performs to generate only the eye movement data with minimal movement of facial ...


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Scott Remington, Gordon Demian: Eye movement data replacement in motion capture. Sony Pictures Entertainment, Sony Corporation, LEE Samuel S, July 5, 2007: WO/2007/076489

Replacing eye movement data in motion capture, comprising: capturing eye movement data from a first actor subsequent to a motion capture session where motion data for a second actor was captured, wherein the first actor performs to generate only the eye movement data with minimal movement of facial ...