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George E Loughmiller Jr, Stanley K Honey, Kenneth A Milnes: Apparatus and method for displaying a map. ETAK, Fliesler Dubb Meyer & Lovejoy, April 3, 1990: US04914605 (187 worldwide citation)

A computer hardware and software system and method for displaying a map of streets corresponding to an area over which a vehicle may move to assist a driver to navigate, the system displaying the map on a display based on a scale-dependent street prioritization scheme, providing on the display a veh ...


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Stanley K Honey, Richard H Cavallaro, David Blyth Hill, Andrew G Setos, Jerry Neil Gepner, Timothy Paul Heidmann, Patrick Wade Olsen, Fred Judson Heinzmann, Alan C Phillips, Harold Guthart, Alan Alexander Burns, Charles Lawrence Rino, Philip Calvin Evans: System for enhancing the television presentation of an object at a sporting event. Fox Sports Productions, Fliesler Dubb Meyer & Lovejoy, June 15, 1999: US05912700 (169 worldwide citation)

A system for enhancing the television presentation of an object at a sporting event includes one or more sensors which are used to determine the location of the object. Based on the location of the object and the field of view of a broadcast camera, a processor determines the position of the object ...


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Stanley K Honey, Walter B Zavoli, Kenneth A Milnes, Alan C Phillips, Marvin S White Jr, George E Loughmiller Jr: Vehicle navigational system and method. ETAK, Fliesler Dubb Meyer & Lovejoy, January 3, 1989: US04796191 (145 worldwide citation)

A vehicle navigational system and method for tracking a vehicle, including a programmed computer, sensors for sensing the distance traveled and heading of the vehicle, and a stored map data base identifying a map of an area over which the vehicle is moving, in which the computer calculates and advan ...


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Stanley K Honey, Kenneth A Milnes, Walter B Zavoli: Apparatus for generating a heading signal for a land vehicle. Etak, Fliesler Dubb Meyer & Lovejoy, March 29, 1988: US04734863 (119 worldwide citation)

Disclosed is an apparatus generating accurate data regarding the heading of a land vehicle as it travels over terrain having changing conditions. The apparatus includes a first sensor means, such as a differential odometer, generating data regarding the relative direction of the vehicle. Also includ ...


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Stanley K Honey, Richard H Cavallaro, David B Hill, Fred J Heinzmann, Alan C Phillips, Harold Guthart, Alan A Burns, Charles L Rino, Philip C Evans: Electromagnetic transmitting hockey puck. Fox Sports Productions, Fliesler Dubb Meyer & Lovejoy, October 15, 1996: US05564698 (101 worldwide citation)

A hockey puck with an electromagnetic transmitter. The electromagnetic transmitter could include an infrared transmitter, ultraviolet transmitter, radar repeater, RF transmitter or other device for transmitting electromagnetic waves outside of the visible spectrum. The electromagnetic transmitter is ...


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Richard H Cavallaro, Jerry N Gepner, James R Gloudemans, Stanley K Honey, William F Squadron, Marvin S White: System for determining the position of an object. Sportvision, Fliesler Dubb Meyer & Lovejoy, October 17, 2000: US06133946 (94 worldwide citation)

A system determines the vertical position of an object and report that vertical position in a format suitable for use on a television broadcast, a radio broadcast, the Internet or another medium. One example of a suitable use for the system includes determining the height that a basketball player ju ...


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James R Gloudemans, Richard H Cavallaro, Stanley K Honey, Marvin S White: Blending a graphic. Sportvision, Vierra Magen Marcus Harmon & DeNiro, May 8, 2001: US06229550 (87 worldwide citation)

A graphic and video are blended by controlling the relative transparency of corresponding pixels in the graphic and the video through the use of blending coefficients. One example of a blending coefficient is an alpha signal used in conjunction with a keyer. The value of a blending coefficient for a ...


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Stanley K Honey, Richard H Cavallaro, Jerry Neil Gepner, Edward Gerald Goren, David Blyth Hill: Method and apparatus for enhancing the broadcast of a live event. Fox Sports Productions, Fliesler Dubb Meyer & Lovejoy, June 29, 1999: US05917553 (72 worldwide citation)

Pan, tilt and zoom sensors are coupled to a broadcast camera in order to determine the field of view of the broadcast camera and to make a rough estimate of a target's location in the broadcast camera's field of view. Pattern recognition techniques can be used to determine the exact location of the ...


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Richard H Cavallaro, James R Gloudemans, Stanley K Honey, Terence J O&apos Brien, Alan C Phillips, William F Squadron, Marvin S White: System for determining the end of a path for a moving object. Sportvision, Vierra Magen Marcus Harmon & DeNiro, October 16, 2001: US06304665 (61 worldwide citation)

A system is disclosed that can determine the distance a baseball would have traveled after being hit if its path was not interrupted. Thus, when a player hits a home run and the ball collides with an obstruction such as the seating area of a stadium or a wall, the present invention can determine how ...


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Kenneth A Milnes, Stanley K Honey, James O McGuffin, Matthew T Lazar, Roberto J Peon, James R Gloudemans II: GPS based tracking system. Sportvision, Vierra Magen Marcus Harmon & DeNiro, June 1, 2004: US06744403 (61 worldwide citation)

A system uses GPS receivers and other sensors to acquire data about one or more objects at an event. The data acquired by the GPS receivers and the sensors is used to determine various statistics about the objects and/or enhance a video presentation of the objects. In one embodiment, the acquired da ...



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