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Henry McKelvey, MIS
Henry MCKELVEY, Rosa M Underwood, Jimmie D Peterman, Emory L Young: System, method, and device for producing, transmitting and displaying images in holographic form of up to three dimensions. Verizon Patent and Licensing, March 17, 2011: US20110063700-A1

A system, method, and device for producing, transmitting and displaying images in holographic form of up to three dimensions. Information representative of a three dimensional image can be converted into three-dimensional positional data. The three-dimensional position data can be converted into an ...


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Toshiki Saburi, Yasuhiro Mizutani, Naoyuki Kawazoe, Yoshiaki Fukatsu, Satoshi Koike, Teiyuu Kimura, Shunichi Ogawa, Takekazu Terui, Hiroshi Ando, Masahiro Higuchi: Image display unit. Nippondenso, Cushman Darby & Cushman IP Group of Pillsbury Madison & Sutro, June 2, 1998: US05760931 (328 worldwide citation)

A heads-up display unit provided with a display device serving as display image forming means which displays a display image. A hologram serves as a reflecting means, and reflects the display light emitted from the display device, causing reflection of the display image on the interior surface of a ...


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Satoshi Takeuchi, Koutaro Danjo, Shigehiko Tahara, Yoshiharu Yui, Satoshi Ikeda: Transparent reflection-type. Dai Nippon Insatsu Kabushiki Kaisha, Arnold White & Durkee, August 15, 1989: US04856857 (268 worldwide citation)

A transparent-type hologram comprising a transparent hologram-forming layer and a holographic effect-enhancing layer comprising a thin transparent film, the holographic effect-enhancing layer being laminated on the hologram-forming portion of the transparent hologram-forming layer. The holographic e ...


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Tsen Hwang Lin, Falvey Malarcher, Jeffrey B Sampsell: Optical signal free-space conversion board. Texas Instruments Incorporated, Dana L Burton, Richard L Donaldson, William E Hiller, March 22, 1994: US05296950 (223 worldwide citation)

This is a board to transport and convert optical outgoing free-space signals from a spatial light modulator which comprises: at least one detector to process the outgoing free-space signal; at least one signal transmitter to process the outgoing free-space signal; and at least one outgoing optical s ...


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J David Margerum, John H Erdmann, Khoon Cheng Lim: Dual PDLC-projection head-up display. Hughes Electronics, V D Duraiswamy, W K Denson Low, March 17, 1998: US05729242 (194 worldwide citation)

An optical system is provided that produces bright, high contrast head-up display images which are not adversely affected by the direct exposure to sunlight of the system's virtual image source. The optical system comprises a light source system which projects a focused light beam to a segmented, el ...


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Tomasz P Jannson, Tin M Aye, Jay W Hirsh, Christopher C Rich: High finesse holographic fabry-perot etalon and method of fabricating. Physical Optics Corporation, Nilles & Nilles, March 8, 1994: US05293272 (191 worldwide citation)

A high finesse holographic Fabry-Perot etalon and method of making a high finesse holographic Fabry-Perot etalon is disclosed. Particularly, a holographic Fabry-Perot etalon which achieves high finesse despite non-flat interfaces between the etalon media is presented. In a preferred method of fabric ...


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David B Kay: Optical scanning system with wavelength shift correction. Xerox Corporation, January 31, 1984: US04428643 (183 worldwide citation)

A spot scanning holographic spinner system incorporates an optical element in the optical path to provide compensation for wavelength shifts in the coherent light source. The device is located in a plane parallel to the spinner and consists of a diffraction grating having the same properties as grat ...


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Goran Martensson, Magnus Kulik: Flooring panel or wall panel and use thereof. Pergo, Stevens Davis Miller & Mosher L, August 19, 2003: US06606834 (166 worldwide citation)

A building panel, such as a flooring panel or wall panel and a method of assembling the same into a floor, wall cladding, etc. The panel is provided with a locking means in the form of groove (


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Bong Won Yang: Head-up display for automobile. Hyundai Electronics Industrial, Morgan & Finnegan L, March 25, 1997: US05615023 (163 worldwide citation)

A head-up display for an automobile utilizing a light transmission hologram optical device as well as a light reflection hologram optical device. The head-up display is installed in a large truck or in a special freight car, such as a container car or a ready mixed concrete car, so that the head-up ...