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Paul J Gaudet, Thomas P Blackadar, Steven R Oliver: Measuring foot contact time and foot loft time of a person in locomotion. Personal Electronic Devices, Wolf Greenfield & Sacks P C, January 25, 2000: US06018705 (409 worldwide citation)

The time period that a foot is in contact with the ground during a stride taken by a user, and the period that the foot is not in contact with the ground between strides taken by the user are determined by processing and analyzing the output signal of an accelerometer. The accelerometer is mounted o ...


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Paul J Gaudet, Thomas P Blackadar, Steven R Oliver: Measuring foot contact time and foot loft time of a person in locomotion. Personal Electronic Devices, Wolf Greenfield & Sacks P C, April 18, 2000: US06052654 (270 worldwide citation)

The time period that a foot is in contact with the ground during a stride taken by a user, and the period that the foot is not in contact with the ground between strides taken by the user are determined by processing and analyzing the output signal of an accelerometer. The accelerometer is mounted o ...


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Michael Tchao, Christopher A Robinette, Jason Nims: Interactive athletic equipment system. NIKE, Banner & Witcoff, May 9, 2017: US09643052 (3 worldwide citation)

Systems and techniques for the collection and display of athletic information. Athletic data relating to a single person or group of people is collected at a central location, and subsequently displayed at a desired remote location so that the person or people can review and critique their performan ...


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Gaudet Paul J, Blackadar Thomas P, Oliver Steven R: Measuring foot contact time and foot loft time of a person in locomotion. Personal Elect Devices, July 19, 2000: EP1019789-A1 (1 worldwide citation)

The time period that a foot is in contact with the ground during a stride taken by a user, and the period that the foot is not in contact with the ground between strides taken by the user are determined by processing and analyzing the output signal of an accelerometer (34). The accelerometer (34) is ...


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Robert A Connor: Motion recognition clothing [TM] with flexible electromagnetic, light, or sonic energy pathways. Medibotics, February 28, 2017: US09582072

This invention is an article of clothing or clothing accessory for measuring body motion, posture, and/or configuration comprising sets of multiple flexible electromagnetic, light, and/or sound energy pathways, wherein each set longitudinally spans the same body joint in a selected configuration to ...


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Michael T Hoffman, Tomislav Lakovic, Richard J Engelberg: Athletic activity user experience and environment. NIKE, Banner & Witcoff, April 10, 2018: US09940682

User activity including both athletic activity (e.g., running, walking, etc.) and non-athletic activity (shopping, reading articles, etc.) may be monitored and tracked by an athletic monitoring and tracking device and service. The user activity may be used to award a user with an amount of virtual c ...


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Michael T Hoffman, Kwamina Crankson, Jason Nims, Michael L Orenstein, Kristen L White: Monitoring fitness using a mobile device. NIKE, Banner & Witcoff, April 24, 2018: US09950212

Athletic performance monitoring and tracking may provide multiple ways in which to track athletic movement and activity. In one example, an athletic monitoring device may include or be associated with multiple types of movement sensors and switch between the sensors or use both depending on various ...


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Michael T Hoffman, Kwamina Crankson, Jason Nims, Michael Levi Orenstein, Kristen Laina White: Monitoring fitness using a mobile device. NIKE, Banner & Witcoff, November 7, 2017: US09808670

Athletic performance monitoring and tracking may provide multiple ways in which to track athletic movement and activity. Workouts may also be tagged with various parameters including mood, weather, terrain, athletic equipment, friends used and the like. Workout information may be shared to social me ...


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Michael T Hoffman, Kwamina Crankson, Jason Nims, Michael L Orenstein, Kristen L White: Monitoring fitness using a mobile device. NIKE, Banner & Witcoff, October 24, 2017: US09795831

Athletic performance monitoring and tracking may provide multiple ways in which to track athletic movement and activity. In one example, an athletic monitoring device may include or be associated with multiple types of movement sensors and switch between the sensors or use both depending on various ...


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Michael T Hoffman, Kwamina Crankson, Jason Nims, Michael L Orenstein, Kristen L White: Monitoring fitness using a mobile device. NIKE, Banner & Witcoff, August 8, 2017: US09724565

Athletic performance monitoring and tracking may provide multiple ways in which to track athletic movement and activity. In one example, an athletic monitoring device may include or be associated with multiple types of movement sensors and switch between the sensors or use both depending on various ...