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Phil Trotter Jr: Aerobic exercise floor system. Richard C Litman, April 11, 1989: US04819932 (260 worldwide citation)

A resilient wood floor for aerobic exercise. The boards of the floor are free to pivot in tongue and groove joints. The wood is laid on a foam pad which will always yield during ordinary human exercises. The boards are held together by spring clips which lengthen when a load is applied to the boards ...


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Marcello S Drago, Alexander Leon, Kenneth J Franco: Synthesized music, sound and light system. Albert O Cota, October 24, 1995: US05461188 (181 worldwide citation)

A synthesized music, sound and light system (10) that is incorporated into articles of clothing (60) such as a pair of shoes. The system (10) when activated, allows a multiplicity of lights (32) to illuminate in synchrony with the rhythmic beat of either an internal or an external music or sound pro ...


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Richard S Belliveau, Michael R Floyd, Steven E Tulk: Variable color lighting system. Sixbey Friedman Leedom & Ferguson, October 16, 1990: US04962687 (173 worldwide citation)

The variable color lighting system includes a plurality of lamps controlled by a central controller. The central controller has a number of control channels, and each lamp is preset to be responsive to a specific control channel. To accomplish this, a lamp includes an address circuit which can be va ...


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Kevin J Dowling, Scott Johnston: Method and apparatus for controlling a lighting system in response to an audio input. Color Kinetics Incorporated, Wolf Greenfield & Sacks P C, June 5, 2007: US07228190 (142 worldwide citation)

Methods and apparatus for executing a lighting program to control a plurality of light emitting diodes (LEDs) in response to at least one characteristic of an audio input. In one embodiment, the audio input is digitally processed to determine the at least one characteristic. In other embodiments, co ...


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Heilig Morton L: Experience theater. December 21, 1971: US3628829 (131 worldwide citation)

The combination of a viewing chair and sense-stimulating means for use in motion picture or television theaters is provided comprising a seat with armrests and having a back which terminates into a hood over the chair, support means for the chair including means adapted to rock the chair in various ...


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Tom A Johnson: Sound emphasizer. Michael C Smith, June 28, 1988: US04753148 (120 worldwide citation)

A media loaded computerized sound emphasizer device for synchronizing a light show performance to music based upon active computer control instead of conventional passive sound control or inaccurate manual comprising a computer and media playback unit controlled by the computer, a power distribution ...


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Hitoshi Kato: Musical performance training data transmitters and receivers, and storage mediums which contain a musical performance training program. Casio Computer, Frishauf Holtz Goodman Langer & Chick P C, February 15, 2000: US06025550 (117 worldwide citation)

A musical performance training system includes a transmitter which transmits training musical note data for training musical performance, and a receiver which receives the training musical note data from the transmitter and instructs a trainee to practice a musical performance based on the received ...


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Michael Rand: Visual display system with triangular cells. Kenyon & Kenyon, November 18, 1986: US04622881 (115 worldwide citation)

Improvements to visual display units for producing aesthetically pleasing abstract lighting effects which employ light baffles to produce compartments which contain at least three light sources of different colors are disclosed. The benefits of a baffle arrangement defining compartments forming isoc ...


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Steven E Tulk, Richard S Belliveau: Microprocessor controlled lamp flashing system with cooldown protection. Lightwave Research, Sixbey Friedman Leedom & Ferguson, January 7, 1992: US05078039 (114 worldwide citation)

The microprocessor controlled lamp flashing system includes a plurality of flash lamp assemblies for providing lighting effects in response to input control signals from a central processor. The control signals are provided in a data packet with intensity and address signals, and each flash lamp ass ...


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Hiroshi Kitagawa, Masahito Kinpara: Keyboard instrument with the display device employing fingering guide. Kawai Musical Instruments Manufacturing, Christie Parker & Hale, December 28, 1999: US06008783 (109 worldwide citation)

A display device displaying a plurality of information sets with a simple structure, and a keyboard instrument that has a key guide device including such a display device. The display is driven at cycles shorter than those discernible by human beings, and the time ratio of ON period to OFF period fo ...



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