Christopher C Smyth: Device and method for estimating a mental decision. The United States of America represented by the Secretary of the Army, Freda L Krosnick, Muzio B Roberto, July 15, 1997: US05649061 (119 worldwide citation)

A device and method for estimating a mental decision to select a visual cue from the viewer's eye fixation and corresponding single event evoked cerebral potential. The device comprises an eyetracker, an electronic biosignal processor and a digital computer. The eyetracker determines the instantaneo ...

Ross O Youngs: Compact disc storage container with non-scratching surface. Wood Herron & Evans, July 25, 1989: US04850731 (114 worldwide citation)

Storage devices for compact discs are described which protect the optical surface of the stored compact disc from scratches and dust accumulation. The devices are used to store discs singly and in groups of more than one, and provide maximum visibility for viewing the printed surface of the compact ...

Kwei K Chang: Business card attaching strip. William M Hobby III, February 17, 1987: US04643452 (111 worldwide citation)

An elongated strip of sheet material is adapted to be attached along the bottom edge of a business card to convert the card to an index card suitable for filing in a card file, such as a rolodex, without having to punch holes in the business card. The elongated strip of sheet material has predetermi ...

Michael A West: Marking of articles. Bernard Rothwell & Brown, April 9, 1991: US05005873 (106 worldwide citation)

An article comprising a substrate having markings which are provided by at least two fluorescent materials which have different excitation spectra in the ultraviolet region of the spectrum and different emission spectra in the visible region of the spectrum. The invention also provides a method of m ...

Donald A Martin: Double-grip clip. Mathew R P Perrone Jr, November 6, 1984: US04480356 (104 worldwide citation)

A double-grip, a one-piece clip is formed by having a single piece of wire being continuous and bent to form two gripping units on one side of the items desired to be gripped and two gripping units on the other side of the items desired to be gripped.

Michaelis Jack H, Malcik Frank J: Safety lock loose-leaf ring binder mechanism. Swingline, May 20, 1975: US3884586 (87 worldwide citation)

A loose-leaf binder mechanism is disclosed which includes a case containing a pair of pivotally mounted hinge plates each carrying a series of spaced prongs. The hinge plates are movable between two alternate positions. In one of these positions the prongs are closed together to define a loose-leaf ...

Richard L Gross: Trigger mechanism for ring binder. Wilson Jones Company, Pennie & Edmonds, March 21, 1989: US04813803 (82 worldwide citation)

A loose-leaf sheet binder mechanism with a case, hinge plates, ring halves and trigger lever to operate the hinge plates for opening and closing the ring halves. The case has first lock means on it in the form of a raised or dimpled member and the trigger lever has complementary second lock means on ...

Edwin S Sinaiko: Clip apparatus. Dick and Harris, January 9, 1996: US05481784 (81 worldwide citation)

An improved clip apparatus having an associated attachment member for assisting in the maintenance of the clip apparatus in useful gripping contact with one or more items.

Arthur M Barrett Jr: Ring binder. Emrich & Dithmar, January 28, 1986: US04566817 (81 worldwide citation)

A ring binding mechanism, for use with a binder or book having a backbone, has a curved housing which pivotally retains a pair of hinge plates carrying binding rings. A control bar, moveable between a first position and second position, is slideably affixed to the housing independent of the backbone ...

Steven Gillum: Ring binder. U S Ring Binder, Hill Steadman & Simpson, February 15, 1994: US05286128 (79 worldwide citation)

A shield for a ring metal is provided having arcuate band sections at the locations of the rings and intermediate sections therebetween, the intermediate sections having a straight segmental cross section having a lower overhead clearance between the shield and the hinged leaves than the band sectio ...

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