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Jeffrey B Sampsell: Image display and remote control system capable of displaying two distinct images. Sharp Laboratories of America, Robert D Varitz P C, December 17, 2002: US06496122 (428 worldwide citation)

An image display system capable of displaying two distinct images at the same time. One image is shown on an image display device such as a television or computer monitor which is coupled to the image display system. The other image is shown on a remote control included in an image display system. A ...


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Shingo Kawashima, Hiroshi Sasaki: Image display device with element driving device for matrix drive of multiple active elements. NEC Corporation, Sughrue Mion Zinn Macpeak & Seas PLLC, July 18, 2000: US06091203 (367 worldwide citation)

An image display device has multiple active elements arranged therein, such as an organic EL (Electro-Luminescence) element to matrix-drives these active elements. In the image display device, when a switching element is turned on with a control signal applied to a control electrode, a control curre ...


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Ching W Tang, David J Williams, Jack C Chang: Organic electroluminescent multicolor image display device. Eastman Kodak Company, Robert L Walker, March 15, 1994: US05294870 (365 worldwide citation)

An organic electroluminescent multicolor image display device is disclosed containing an image display array made up of a plurality of light emitting pixels arranged in intersecting files (rows and columns). Each pixel contains a light transmissive first electrode, an electroluminescent medium overl ...


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J Kenneth Salisbury Jr, Gunter D Niemeyer, Robert G Younge, Gary S Guthart, David S Mintz, Thomas G Cooper: Devices and methods for presenting and regulating auxiliary information on an image display of a telesurgical system to assist an operator in performing a surgical procedure. Intuitive Surgical, Townsend and Townsend and Crew, February 18, 2003: US06522906 (325 worldwide citation)

Systems and methods for performing robotically-assisted surgical procedures on a patient enable an image display device to provide an operator with auxiliary information related to the surgical procedure, in addition to providing an image of the surgical site itself. The systems and methods allow an ...


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Sasaki Isao, Iguchi Koichi: Driving circuit for current control element and image display device. NEC, September 25, 2003: JP2003-271095 (296 worldwide citation)

PROBLEM TO BE SOLVED: To eliminate the influence of variance in the threshold characteristic of a driving transistor.SOLUTION: The disclosed driving circuit for the current control element has the driving transistor 6 and current control element 7 which are connected in series between a power line 1 ...


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Ching W Tang, Jon E Littman: Organic electroluminescent multicolor image display device. Eastman Kodak Company, Raymond L Owens, March 15, 1994: US05294869 (254 worldwide citation)

A multicolor image display device includes an array consisting of a plurality of light emitting pixels arranged in two intersecting sets of parallel files, the pixels in a first set of parallel files forming columns and the pixels in a second set of parallel files forming rows on a common electrical ...


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Christopher Frederick Carter, Roy Trevor Blunt, James Cyril Alexander Lewis, Geoffrey Michael Garner: Working fluids for electrophoretic image display devices. Plessey Handel und Investments, Fleit & Jacobson, June 6, 1978: US04093534 (205 worldwide citation)

The invention provides a working fluid for an electrophoretic image display device including a dispersion of a species of finely divided particles of an opaque dielectric material suspended in a suspension medium, each of the said particles which are transportable within the suspension medium under ...


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Ronald S Cok, Mark V Hettel: Emissive display with luminance feedback from a representative pixel. Eastman Kodak Company, Thomas H Close, November 20, 2001: US06320325 (199 worldwide citation)

A digital image display device, having a substrate; a light emitting display formed on the substrate, the display having an array of light emitting pixels; a representative light emitting pixel formed on the substrate; a photosensor located on the display device and optically coupled to the represen ...


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Steven W Smith: X-ray backscatter imaging system including moving body tracking assembly. Rapiscan Security Products, D Alessandro & Ritchie, July 25, 2000: US06094472 (197 worldwide citation)

A pencil beam of X-rays is scanned over the surfaces of the body of a person being examined as the person walks through the scanning apparatus. Specifically, a tracking assembly is employed to rotate the scanning plane through a tracking angle and in a direction progressing from the entrance to the ...


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Steven W Smith: X-ray backscatter detection system. IRT Corporation, Brown Martin Haller & McClain, January 19, 1993: US05181234 (195 worldwide citation)

A pencil beam of X-rays is scanned over the surface of the body of a person being examined. X-rays that are scattered or reflected from the subject's body are detected by a detector. The signal produced by this scattered X-ray detector in then used to modulate an image display device to produce an i ...