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Gerald V Wright Jr, Joel Simbulan Bernarte, Virginia Walker Keating: User interface transition between camera view and map view. QUALCOMM Incorporated, Pamela K Soggu, June 20, 2017: US09684989

A user interface transition between a camera view and a map view displayed on a mobile platform is provided so as present a clear visual connection between the orientation in the camera view and the orientation in the map view. The user interface transition may be in response to a request to change ...


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Niccolo A Padovani, David Jonathan Julian, Virginia Walker Keating, Rinat Burdo: Method and apparatus for tracking orientation of a user. QUALCOMM Incorporated, Dang M Vo, Satheesh K Karra, September 6, 2016: US09436286

An apparatus for data processing, according to one or more aspects of the disclosure, includes a processing system configured to communicate with at least one of a plurality of reference nodes worn on body parts to obtain body positioning data relating to relative position between the body parts, an ...


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William Henry Von Novak III, Virginia Walker Keating, Francesco Carobolante: Injected conductive tattoos for powering implants. QUALCOMM Incorporated, Colby Nipper, November 28, 2017: US09827430

The present disclosure describes aspects of injected conductive tattoos for powering implants. In some aspects, a system comprises a conductive tattoo used to efficiently transfer power wirelessly received from a transmitter outside a body to an electronic device in the body. The conductive tattoo i ...


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William Henry Von Novak III, Linda Stacey Irish, Virginia Walker Keating: Wireless power transfer for integrated cycle drive systems. QUALCOMM Incorporated, Smith Tempel Blaha Qualcomm, October 2, 2018: US10086713

Wireless power transfer for integrated cycle drive systems is described. A cycle power system includes a rim that is connected to, and positioned concentrically with, a sealed housing that can rotate about an axis. The cycle power system also includes an integrated drive system disposed within the h ...


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Bing Leng, Suzana Arellano, Daniel Rivas, Bing Hsun Wu, Virginia Walker Keating: Locking a group of images to a desired level of zoom and an object of interest between image transitions. QUALCOMM Incorporated, Muncy Geissler Olds & Lowe P C, August 14, 2018: US10049431

In an embodiment, a user equipment (UE) groups a plurality of images. The UE displays a first image among the plurality of images, determines an object of interest within the first image and a desired level of zoom, and determines to lock onto the object of interest in association with one or more t ...


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Darrell Krulce, Francis Bernard MacDougall, Virginia Walker Keating, Andrew Everitt: Combined touch input and offset non-touch gesture. QUALCOMM Incorporated, Kilpatrick Townsend & Stockton, June 7, 2016: US09360965

Methods and systems according to one or more embodiments are provided for combining touch inputs and offset non-touch gestures. In an embodiment, a method includes concurrently capturing touch input data on a screen of a user device and non-touch gesture input data, the non-touch gesture input data ...


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Darrell L Krulce, Francis B MacDougall, Virginia Walker Keating, Andrew J Everitt: Enhancing touch inputs with gestures. QUALCOMM Incorporated, Kilpatrick Townsend Stockton, October 27, 2015: US09170676

Methods and systems according to one or more embodiments are provided for enhancing interactive inputs. In an embodiment, a method includes concurrently capturing touch input data on a screen of a user device and non-touch gesture input data off the screen of the user device. The method also include ...


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Samir K Gupta, Virginia Walker Keating, Evan R Hildreth: Systems and methods for performing a device action based on a detected gesture. QUALCOMM Incorporated, Kilpatrick Townsend & Stockton, April 28, 2015: US09020194

Systems and methods for performing an action based on a detected gesture are provided. The systems and methods provided herein may detect a direction of an initial touchless gesture and process subsequent touchless gestures based on the direction of the initial touchless gesture. The systems and met ...