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Diamond John A, Sylvester Amedeo A, Carver Fred F: Apparatus for simulating aircraft control loading. The Singer Company, Kesterson James C, Rothenberg Jeffrey, September 9, 1975: US3903614 (221 worldwide citation)

An electro-mechanical system for providing an opposing force to movement of a simulated control member in a grounded flight trainer. The invention utilizes an electric motor connected to the control member by a flexible element which, in the disclosed embodiment, comprises a continuous cable with a ...


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Heilig Morton L: Experience theater. December 21, 1971: US3628829 (135 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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Woycechowsky Brian J: Method of perspective transformation in scanned raster visual display. The Singer Company, April 3, 1973: US3725563 (81 worldwide citation)

A general method of providing perspective transformations in a visual display system having an image generated by a scanned raster device such as a CRT or television projector is shown. The television display is a window out of which an observer views a simulated picture of terrain. The line of sigh ...


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Kail Karl: Motion simulator actuator joint. Singer General Precision, May 4, 1971: US3577659 (54 worldwide citation)

A three degree-of-freedom joint for attaching the upper end of a linear actuator to the motion platform of a six degree-of-freedom motion system. The disclosed configuration combines certain features of a ball-and-socket joint with a gimbal joint to achieve advantages and allow motion excursions not ...


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Simulator trainer. Schow H B, Abrams M L, January 1, 1970: GB1455972-A (53 worldwide citation)

1455972 Angle sensitive switch H B SCHOW and M L ABRAMS 7 Jan 1975 613/75 Heading G1A [Also in Divisions G5 and H1] A detector for producing a signal when the component upon which it is mounted deviates beyond the pre-set limits, e.g. 5 degrees, of a desired angular orientation comprises a metal hou ...


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Rue Richard O, Hansen Vance L: Two-camera remote drone control. THE United States of America represented by the Secretary of the Navy, February 16, 1971: US3564134 (48 worldwide citation)

A system for flying a drone aircraft by remote control wherein a first television camera, with an ultrawide angle lens mounted thereon, is placed in the cockpit of the drone aircraft where the head of the pilot is normally located; a second television camera, with a zoom lens mounted thereon, is pla ...


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Mecklenborg Richard A: Panoramic infinity image display. The Singer Company, Kesterson James C, January 15, 1974: US3785715 (42 worldwide citation)

A wide angle infinity image display particularly useful in combination with flight trainers and the like is shown. A first tier of abutting mirror beam-splitter displays is arranged around a viewing point and have as an input an intermediate image from a similar tier located above the first tier. Wi ...


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Dell Darold R: Digital radar simulation system. Precision Instrument Company, October 9, 1973: US3764719 (42 worldwide citation)

A digital radar simulation system having a main memory in which data words representative of the elevation and reflectance of discrete locations in a geographic area are stored in cartesian coordinate format. The main memory is continuously sampled to retrieve the data words of locations coming into ...


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McCanney Neil R: Modular vehicle trainer sound system having a plurality of separately controllable sound generators and a polyphonic speaker array. The Singer Company, Altmiller John C, Kesterson James C, November 5, 1974: US3845572 (41 worldwide citation)

A modular quadraphonic sound system for use in vehicle trainers is shown. Sounds to be simulated are broken down as to mechanical source and separate voltage controlled sound generators and voltage controlled attenuators provided for each sound. Sounds are then added and proportionately provided to ...


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Takemoto Takatoshi Kabushiki K, Tsurumi Masayuki Kabushiki Kai: Chair for game machine.. Ace Denken, April 26, 1995: EP0649671-A1 (39 worldwide citation)

A chair for a game machine having a seat (7), a seat back (8) and a supporting member (1a) for supporting said seat and seat back and designed to be placed in a playing ground in such a manner as to confront a game machine. This chair has at least one armrest portion (2), an operation portion (3) by ...