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Kobayashi Tatsuya: Shooting video game machine. Konami, July 15, 1998: EP0852961-A1 (100 worldwide citation)

A shooting video game machine includes a monitor screen (11); a light source near the monitor screen (14,15); a mock gun (20) having an area sensor (24) for capturing an image of a certain area including the light source; a light source position detection unit (16) for repeatedly detecting an image ...


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Menn Anatoly, Krimerman Joseph: System for measuring the angular displacement of an object.. Electro Optics, December 7, 1988: EP0294101-A2 (100 worldwide citation)

An improved helmet line of sight measuring system for determining the spatial location of a helmet (1) and the line of sight of an observer wearing the helmet (8), both relative to a coordinate reference frame. A plurality of assemblies (2) of light sources are distributed on the helmet (8) each com ...


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Fujimoto Hirofumi: Model gun for shooting game machine. Konami, June 17, 1998: EP0848226-A2 (78 worldwide citation)

A model gun for use with a shooting game machine has an imaging device such as an area sensor for imaging spots of infrared radiation having a wavelength outside of the visible wavelength range which are emitted from light sources above a display monitor screen of the shooting game machine. The imag ...


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McAdam Jr William E: Advanced fire control system. Hughes Aircraft Company, April 13, 1971: US3575085 (66 worldwide citation)

A fire control system for vehicle or tank control that provides a high first hit probability. The system is highly stable because of a sampling concept and is highly accurate because of the handling of nonstandard conditions. Reliable operation is provided for a moving tank or target, or both, and f ...


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Stauff Emile, Collette Hubert: Method and equipment for training personnel in the optical tracking of a moving target. Flocks Karl W, March 26, 1974: US3798796 (62 worldwide citation)

System for rapidly training operators required to accurately aim an optical instrument at a stationary or moving target.It consists in equipping the optical aiming instrument handled by the trainee with a television camera to which is associated a reticle the optical axis of which is sighted with th ...


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Marshall Albert H: Laser system for weapon fire simulation. The United States of America represented by the Secretary of the Navy, Sciascia Richard S, Pease John W, August 12, 1975: US3898747 (59 worldwide citation)

A weapon direct fire kill simulator system in which a laser transmitter ms of dual mode, narrow and broad beam projection, capability, a hit receiver-actuator means and hit indication means all fixed to a weapon to be simulated and having a trigger switch are combined with a man target means having ...


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Edwards William R: Optical sight with electronic image stabilization. The United States of America represented by the Secretary of the Navy, July 20, 1971: US3594556 (54 worldwide citation)

This invention is directed to an electrically augmented sight particularly dapted for use in aerial reconnaissance. The sight locates and fixes the position of an object viewed from the air. A wide-angle optical viewer is used to locate and hold the object in sight. An electron image motion-stabiliz ...


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Staveley Christopher Barry: Helmet systems.. Marconi Gec, January 16, 1991: EP0408344-A2 (53 worldwide citation)

There is disclosed two helmet systems, each comprising a helmet (11) and, carried by the helmet (11), an optical arrangement (13). In each system, the optical arrangement (13) both provides a collimated display superimposed on the helmet wearer's view of the forward scene through an eyeplece (15 or ...


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Michelsen Paul F: Weapon aim evaluation system. RMC Research Corporation, Gurley Revere B, March 26, 1974: US3798795 (53 worldwide citation)

The system for evaluating the accuracy of aim of a missile firing weapon measures the line of aim of the weapon at the time of firing, measures the target flight path with an optical sensor and a radio ranging apparatus, and with a data processing unit calculates and compares a mean trajectory of a ...


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Hacskaylo Michael: Method of boresight alignment of a weapon. The United States of America represented by the Secretary of the Army, Harry M Saragovitz et al, January 1, 1974: US3782832 (52 worldwide citation)

A method of aligning the boresight of a weapon in which the method compri mounting an aiming light on a boresight mechanism that is attached to the weapon. A canister, which has the same diameter and general shape of a cartridge that the weapon fires and has a light emitting source and beam width na ...