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Slatter David Neil: Inductive coupling in documents. Hewlett Packard Development Company, Slatter David Neil, LAWRENCE Richard, May 4, 2006: WO/2006/045682 (123 worldwide citation)

Inductive Coupling in Documents 5 A document comprises a substrate.. The substrate comprises a coupling circuit having conductive tracks printed on the substrate. The coupling circuit comprises a first coupling part (40) for couplin to a memory tag (14) and of a size to receive a memory tag within t ...


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Kahn Richard Oliver, Cheatle Stephen Philip, Grosvenor David Arthur, Slatter David Neil, Hunter Andrew Arthur: Bispectral camera with target-locating ability. Hewlett Packard Co, November 27, 2002: GB2375913-A (25 worldwide citation)

A digital camera 2 provides an infra-red signal 10 and a visible signal 15 from sensors 8, 9, wherein the sensor fields of view overlap or share a common field of view. Analysis of the IR signal 10 provides the location of (20) and information from (13, 14) an active or passive target. Analyser 19 a ...


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Slatter David Neil, Roe Malcolm David Mckinnon: Camera with keystone distortion correction. Hewlett Packard Co, March 8, 2000: EP0984319-A1 (13 worldwide citation)

The present invention relates to the correction of planar focus in an electronic still or video camera (20). The camera comprises: a detector array (34); an objective lens (21) arranged to direct optical radiation from an object plane (26) onto the detector (34), the lens (21) defining an optical ax ...


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Kahn Richard Oliver, Cheatle Stephen Philip, Grosvenor David Arthur, Slatter David Neil, Hunter Andrew Arthur: Camera with correction for infra-red response. Hewlett Packard Co, December 24, 2003: GB2389989-A (8 worldwide citation)

A digital camera 2 is arranged to provide a first image signal corresponding to an infra-red field of view and a second image signal corresponding to a visible field of view, wherein the two fields of view overlap or share a common field of view. The output 18 of a monochrome or colour array 9 may b ...


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Mcdonnell James Thomas Edward, Slatter David Neil, Nickel Cynthia: Packaging of a transponder device. Hewlett Packard Development Co, May 3, 2006: GB2419781-A (3 worldwide citation)

A packaged product comprises an inductively powered transponder (810, fig.8b) such as a memory tag or radio frequency identification (RFID) which contains digital content; the packaging adapted to prevent sufficient signal to reach an antenna 821 of the transponder enabling the memory to be read. Th ...


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Slatter David Neil: Improvements to digital cameras. Hewlett Packard Co, June 6, 2001: GB2356996-A (3 worldwide citation)

A digital camera 301 configurable to obtain an image of a document 302 the camera comprising: first illumination 306 means for illuminating the document in a first pass of the camera; second illumination means 307 for illuminating the document in a second pass of the camera; image sensing means 310, ...


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Slatter David Neil: Document imaging system with glare reduction.. Hewlett Packard Co, July 11, 2001: GB2358099-A (2 worldwide citation)

A digital camera 301 configurable to obtain an image of a document 302, the camera 301 comprising: first illumination means 306 for illuminating the document in a first pass of the camera; second illumination means 307 for illuminating the document in a second pass of the camera; image sensing means ...


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Slatter David Neil, Mcdonnell James Thomas Edward: Associating memory tags with images on a print substrate. Hewlett Packard Development Co, January 26, 2005: GB2404271-A (2 worldwide citation)

A print 10 has a substrate 12 and a plurality of memory tags T, e.g. RFID tags, coupled to the substrate in each of a plurality of image areas A which can have images I printed in them. The print is preferably an index print of the images I, the images being printed onto the substrate in low resolut ...


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Slatter David Neil, Mcdonnell James Thomas Edward: Print media with attached data storage and method of storing data thereon. Hewlett Packard Development Company, Slatter David Neil, Mcdonnell James Thomas Edward, LAWRENCE Richard Anthony, February 10, 2005: WO/2005/013192 (2 worldwide citation)

A print has a substrate and a plurality of memory tags coupled to the substrate. The print is an index print including a plurality of images and a memory tag is associated with each image for storage of data relating to that image. A print medium suitable for forming such a print has a substrate wit ...