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Joel F Bartlett: Apparatus and method for detecting and executing positional and gesture commands corresponding to movement of handheld computing device. Compaq Information Technologies Group, Pennie & Edmonds, February 12, 2002: US06347290 (350 worldwide citation)

A method is provided for processing an input command for a handheld computing device, comprising the steps of: measuring movement of the device over an interval of time with a motion sensor mounted to the device to generate a signal; analyzing the signal measured over the interval of time to determi ...


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Earl R Gomersall, Arthur F Cipolla: Real time, computer-driven retail pricing display system. Motorola, Donald B Southard, James W Gillman, Edward M Roney, February 19, 1985: US04500880 (337 worldwide citation)

A computer driven, informational display system is disclosed which visually displays selected information in real time. The arrangement is particularly adapted for displaying pricing and other associated information in retail establishments which utilize the standard Universal Product Code for the i ...


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Thomas W DeMond, E Earle Thompson: Standard independent digitized video system. Texas Instruments Incorporated, James C Kesterson, James T Comfort, Melvin Sharp, January 7, 1992: US05079544 (325 worldwide citation)

A video display system which can receive and display a number of different video signals having different formats utilizing a processor extract the image from a stream of digital signals to produce a digitized image to be displayed by a digital spatial light modulator.


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Zilan Shen, Dennis Lee Matthies, James H Atherton, Roger Green Stewart: Method and apparatus for calibrating display devices and automatically compensating for loss in their efficiency over time. Sarnoff Corporation, William J Burke, July 2, 2002: US06414661 (312 worldwide citation)

A method and associated system that compensates for long-term variations in the light-emitting efficiency of individual organic light emitting diodes (OLEDs) in an OLED display device, calculates and predicts the decay in light output efficiency of each pixel based on the accumulated drive current a ...


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E Earle Thompson, Thomas W DeMond: Reduced-speckle display system. Texas Instruments Incorporated, Julie L Reed, James C Kesterson, Richard L Donaldson, December 21, 1993: US05272473 (292 worldwide citation)

A digitized video system with an increased viewing angle having a light projector and a display screen. The light projector generating a plurality of narrow light beams to impinge on the display screen at a plurality of associated points. The display screen has a transducer generating surface acoust ...


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E Earle Thompson, Thomas W DeMond: Spatial light modulator projection system with random polarity light. Texas Instruments Incorporated, Julie L Reed, James C Kesterson, Richard L Donaldson, May 25, 1993: US05214420 (287 worldwide citation)

A visual display system having a spatial light modulator with individually controllable elements. Each element capable of producing an individual light beam directed toward a display surface. A source of random polarity light is utilized to direct light onto the modulator.


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Thomas W DeMond, E Earle Thompson: Multi-frequency two dimensional display system. Texas Instruments Incorporated, Julie L Reed, James C Kesterson, Richard L Donaldson, December 8, 1992: US05170156 (247 worldwide citation)

A digitized video system having a display including one or more multi-frequency sensitive materials and a spatial lighy modulator simultaneously directing a plurality individual beams from an energy source onto the display.


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Thomas W DeMond, E Earle Thompson: Spatial light modulator and memory for digitized video display. Texas Instruments Incorporated, Julie L Reed, James C Kesterson, Richard L Donaldson, April 27, 1993: US05206629 (241 worldwide citation)

A digitized video system utilizes a spatial light modulator which has an array of deformable mirror cells with two or more memory cells associated with each mirror cell. A first decoder address one memory cell associated with most of the mirror cells of the array to display an image. A second decode ...


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E Earle Thompson, Thomas W DeMond: Apparatus and method for digitized video system utilizing a moving display surface. Texas Instruments Incorporated, Julie L Reed, James C Kesterson, Richard L Donaldson, November 10, 1992: US05162787 (240 worldwide citation)

A digitized video system utilizing a spatial light modulator which includes deformable mirror devices to form an image. The image is projected onto a moving surface which intersects each point within a three dimensional space to allow the display of a three dimensional image. Each mirror cell is cap ...


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William P Rympalski, James S Herstein, Roger L Ritenour: Electronic sketch pad. Harris Corporation, Antonelli Terry & Wands, January 27, 1987: US04639720 (230 worldwide citation)

A graphics input/output device contains a graphics input pad having an array of transparent capacitive pixels the capacitance characteristics of which are changed in response to the passing of a conductive-tipped stylus over the surface of the pad. This change in capacitance is sensed by sense buffe ...