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Craig M Janik: Flexible wearable computer. ViA, Patterson & Keough P A, August 22, 2000: US06108197 (199 worldwide citation)

A wearable computing device includes computing-device component modules and flexible circuitry passing into the modules. The modules can include a top module portion and a bottom module portion, the flexible circuitry passing between the top and bottom portions. Wireless communication, e.g. by radio ...


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Craig M Janik: Flexible wearable computer. Key Idea Development L L C, Patterson & Keough P A, December 3, 1996: US05581492 (155 worldwide citation)

A flexible wearable computer in the form of a belt comprising in combination, elements for computing comprising a microprocessor module, a RAM-I/O module, a plurality of mass memory modules, a power supply module, and a plurality of bus termination modules operationally associated with a plurality o ...


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Craig M Janik: Flexible wearable computer. Key Idea Development, Patterson & Keough, February 13, 1996: US05491651 (103 worldwide citation)

A flexible wearable computer in the form of a belt comprising in combination, elements for computing comprising a microprocessor module, a RAM-I/O module, a plurality of mass memory modules, a power supply module, and a plurality of bus termination modules operationally associated with a plurality o ...


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Craig M Janik: Flexible wearable computer. Mobila Technology, Limbach & Limbach, February 8, 1994: US05285398 (99 worldwide citation)

A flexible wearable computer in the form of a belt comprising in combination, elements for computing comprising a microprocessor module (200), a RAM-I/O module (300), a plurality of mass memory modules (400), a power supply module (500), and a plurality of bus termination modules (100) operationally ...


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David W Carroll: Wearable computer packaging configurations. ViA, Dicke Billig & Czaja P A, June 19, 2001: US06249427 (69 worldwide citation)

A flexible, wearable computer is convertible between a laptop configuration and a wearable configuration. The various computing elements and battery of the wearable computer are arranged by connector(s), fastener(s), and/or on a support and/or within a housing for operative communication with a disp ...


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Robert A Connor: Smart watch and food utensil for monitoring food consumption. Medibotics, January 3, 2017: US09536449 (4 worldwide citation)

This invention is a device and system for monitoring a person's food consumption comprising: a wearable sensor that automatically collects data to detect eating events; a smart food utensil, probe, or dish that collects data concerning the chemical composition of food which the person is prompted to ...


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Michael Ellis: Performance monitoring systems and methods. adidas, Sterne Kessler Goldstein & Fox P L L C, September 19, 2017: US09767709 (2 worldwide citation)

We have disclosed systems and methods for portable performance monitoring of an individual during a physical activity. The systems and methods may include a portable sensor component configured to be carried by the individual during the physical activity and configured to obtain movement data for th ...


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Michael Ellis, Caron Schwartz: Performance monitoring systems and methods. adidas, Sterne Kessler Goldstein & Fox P L L C, July 18, 2017: US09711062 (2 worldwide citation)

We have disclosed systems and methods for portable performance monitoring of an individual during a physical activity. The systems and methods may include a portable sensor component configured to be carried by the individual during the physical activity and configured to obtain movement data for th ...


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Janik Craig M: Flexible wearable computer. Key Information Delivery, HIENZ William M III, August 10, 1995: WO/1995/021408 (1 worldwide citation)

A flexible wearable computer in the form of a belt comprising, in combination, elements for computing comprising a microprocessor module (200), a RAM-I/O module (300), a plurality of mass memory modules (400), a power supply module (500), and a plurality of bus termination modules (100) operationall ...


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Michael Ellis: Performance monitoring systems and methods. adidas, Sterne Kessler Goldstein & Fox P L L C, June 13, 2017: US09679494

Systems and methods for electronically providing coaching feedback to a user during an athletic activity are disclosed. The method may include receiving electronic data, collecting second electronic data, generating comparison electronic speed data by comparing the second electronic speed data to th ...