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Alfred Thomas, Benjamin T Gomez, Robert J Wilson Jr, Roger A Delott: Bonus game for a gaming machine. WMS Gaming, Jenkens & Gilchrist, November 11, 2003: US06645074 (176 worldwide citation)

A bonus game for a slot machine operable in a basic mode and a bonus mode. The bonus game is entered upon the occurrence of a special start-bonus game outcome in the basic mode. In the bonus game, a player selects, one at a time, from an array of windows each associated with a bonus game outcome. Cr ...


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Bryan D Andrus, Martin Sikes, Christopher D G Robertson, Roderick Armes, Mark J Slemko, Andrew G Maduza, Augustine Nieto: Physical exercise video system. Life Fitness, Michael B McMurry, January 7, 1997: US05591104 (174 worldwide citation)

A physical exercise video system includes a physical exercise machine (22), a video system (24) and an interface module (26). The video system (24) has a computer (28) and a removable cartridge (34). The interface module (26) is interposed between the computer (28) and cartridge (34), and provides i ...


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Larry Miller: Stationary exercise device. Krass & Young, September 7, 1993: US05242343 (174 worldwide citation)

An exercise device includes a pair of foot engaging links. The first end of each link is supported for rotational motion about a pivot axis and a second end of each foot link is guided in a reciprocal path of travel. The combination of these foot link motions permits the users foot to travel in an i ...


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Atsushi Hisano, Masahiro Ando, Merice A Washer: Exercise promotion device, and exercise promotion method employing the same. Omron Corporation, Dickstein Shapiro Morin & Oshinsky, October 26, 2004: US06808473 (174 worldwide citation)

The objective of this invention is to provide an exercise aid device which can be used for various kinds of exercise and which enables the user to perform aerobic exercise safely and comfortably at the level best suited to that person, and a method which employs this device. In order to achieve this ...


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John M Cristofich, Susan E Warner: Private stock option account control and exercise system. Merril Lynch Pierce Fenner & Smith, Hopgood Calimafde Kalil & Judlowe, September 23, 1997: US05671363 (173 worldwide citation)

A data processing system for the management of stock option accounts for a plurality of participants. The system invokes one of several distinct option Plans that govern the transaction choices available to the participants. The governing option plans are defined by the sponsoring company in terms o ...


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Hector G Fasce: Propulsion and transmission mechanism for bicycles, similar vehicles and exercise apparatus. Hector G Fasce, Hector G Fasce, June 16, 1992: US05121654 (172 worldwide citation)

Apparatus of dual partially independent mechanism to propel bicycles or other vehicles, having a bottom bracket shell attached to a frame, a pair of main shafts mounted separately in said bottom bracket shell, a pair of propulsion levers supporting operating pedals, a pair of arcs each arc attached ...


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John Y Chen: Gelatinous elastomer articles. Applied Elastomerics, August 9, 1994: US05336708 (172 worldwide citation)

Novel composites are formed from a low rigidity gelatinous elastomer composition of poly(styrene-ethylene-butylene-styrene) triblock copolymer and high levels of a plasticizing oil. The gelatinous elastomer composition is physically interlocked with an open cell sponge thereby displacing the air spa ...


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Arthur H Kaufman: Audible electronic exercise monitor. EPM Development Systems Corporation, John H Thomas P C, June 24, 2003: US06582342 (171 worldwide citation)

An electronic activity monitor for monitoring the performance of an activity such as an exercise comprises an activity detector responsive to motion associated with the performance of the activity to output a corresponding signal, a processor for receiving the signal and determining a starting addre ...


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Karen A Stone, Richard M Powell, Michael R Tollinger, Gary Berg: Method and apparatus for monitoring pacemaker intervals. Medtronic, Harold R Patton, December 13, 1994: US05372607 (169 worldwide citation)

A method and apparatus for optimizing the performance of a rate-responsive cardiac pacemaker. A pacemaker is provided which is capable of obtaining and storing information about a patient's cardiac function and about a pacemaker's operation during a brief exercise interval. The data collected includ ...



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