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William H Havens, Charles P Barber, Colleen Gannon, Robert C Gardiner, Robert J Hennick, John A Pettinelli: Apparatus operative for capture of image data. Hand Held Products, Additon Higgins Pendleton & Ashe P A, December 3, 2013: US08596542 (259 worldwide citation)

There is set forth an apparatus for capture of image data. In one embodiment an apparatus is operative for capture of a first frame of image data and a second frame of image data. In one embodiment, an apparatus is operative for processing the first frame of image data and the second frame of image ...


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Timothy P Meier, Stephen P Deloge: Devices and methods employing dual target auto exposure. Hand Held Products, Addition Higgins Pendleton & Ashe P A, February 11, 2014: US08646692 (257 worldwide citation)

The method includes automatically adjusting a first control parameter in a device for capturing a first plurality of images, automatically adjusting a second control parameter in the device for capturing a second plurality of images such that automatic adjustment of the first control parameter is in ...


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Fleischer John M: Light scanning and printing system. International Business Machines, July 31, 1973: US3750189 (131 worldwide citation)

A light scanning system of controlled spot motion variation perpendicular to the direction of scan utilizing a rotating mirror and two cylindrical or toroidal lenses positioned relative to the rotating mirror to allow increased nominal axis of rotation to facet angular tolerances while maintaining a ...


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Kia Silverbrook: Mobile phone with printhead and ink supply module. Silverbrook Research, December 23, 2008: US07468810 (83 worldwide citation)

A mobile phone includes an elongate body defining a transverse print media path along which print media can be fed. A storage device is provided in which an image to be printed can be stored. A printhead and ink supply module is contained within the body and includes an elongate printhead integrated ...


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Kia Silverbrook: Mobile telephone with printer and print media dispenser. Silverbrook Research, July 21, 2009: US07564580 (78 worldwide citation)

A mobile telephone has a support structure and a camera device positioned on the support structure for electronically capturing and processing an image. A receptacle of the telephone body receives a detachable printing mechanism. The body engages a print media dispenser which dispenses print media t ...


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Kitano Ichiro, Koizumi Ken, Matsumura Hiroyoshi, Ikeda Koji, Uchida Teiji: Image transmitter formed of a plurality of graded index fibers in bundled configuration. Nippon Selfoc Kabushiki Kaisha, April 25, 1972: US3658407 (68 worldwide citation)

Optical device for transmitting an image wherein a number of optical fibers are disposed in such a manner that they are arranged neatly in the same relative position among them, at least, both ends thereof, each of said fibers having such a refractive index distribution as to substantially satisfy t ...


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James Call: Method for collecting market survey data from universal product type coded items. Hubbell Cohen Stiefel Gross, June 15, 1982: US04335303 (61 worldwide citation)

A method for collecting market survey data from universal product type code bearing market items is provided in which a lenseless data recorder is employed for collecting the universal product type code encoded market data. The data recorder comprises a housing with the housing having an exposure ap ...


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Nakaya Daisuke, Ozaki Takao, Ishikawa Hiromi: Correction of unevenness caused by inclination angle deviation of the imaging head. Fuji Photo Film, June 9, 2004: EP1426190-A1 (49 worldwide citation)

An imaging head faces an imaging surface and is relatively moved along the scanning surface in a predetermined scanning direction. The imaging head includes an imaging element group and an alteration section. The imaging element group is structured by a plurality of imaging elements, which are arran ...


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Douglas Wright Broyles, Troy Cecil Stark: Variable clock rate resonant printer with nonlinear correction. The Singer Company, Paul Hentzel, James C Kesterson, July 19, 1977: US04037231 (49 worldwide citation)

A mirror driven by a resonant mechanical oscillator is used to scan a modulated laser beam across a rotating dielectric drum. The incident laser beam line scans the drum to form a charge image thereon which is toned as the drum rotates through a toner bath. The toned image is then transferred to pap ...


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Hooker Robert W, Schomburg Robert R: Optical printer having serializing buffer for use with variable length binary words. International Business Machines Corporation, Sirr Francis A, August 5, 1975: US3898627 (49 worldwide citation)

An optical printer including a binary, i.e., on/off, spot forming device which traverses an electrophotographic copy drum with a raster pattern to reproduce thereon a latent image of a text, which text is stored in a page memory. All possible text characters are stored in a font memory. The characte ...