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Evan Hildreth: Optical flow based tilt sensor. GestureTek, Fish & Richardson P C, May 27, 2008: US07379566 (446 worldwide citation)

A method is described for determining a description of motion of a moving mobile camera to determine a user input to an application. The method may involve capturing a series of images from a moving mobile camera and comparing stationary features present in the series of images. Optical flow analysi ...


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Evan Hildreth: Optical flow based tilt sensor. GestureTek, Fish & Richardson P C, December 7, 2010: US07848542 (20 worldwide citation)

A method is described for determining a description of motion of a moving mobile camera to determine a user input to an application. The method may involve capturing a series of images from a moving mobile camera and comparing stationary features present in the series of images. Optical flow analysi ...


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Hildreth Evan: Optical flow based tilt sensor. Gesturetek, Hildreth Evan, WALTERS Gregory A, July 13, 2006: WO/2006/074290 (2 worldwide citation)

A method is described for determining a description of motion of a moving mobile camera to determine a user input to an application (640). The method may involve capturing a series of images (610) from a moving mobile camera and comparing stationary features present in the series of images. Optical ...


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Evan Hildreth: Optical flow based tilt sensor. QUALCOMM Incorporated, Kilpatrick Townsend & Stockton, July 3, 2012: US08213686 (1 worldwide citation)

A method is described for determining a description of motion of a moving mobile camera to determine a user input to an application. The method may involve capturing a series of images from a moving mobile camera and comparing stationary features present in the series of images. Optical flow analysi ...


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Evan Hildreth: Optical flow based tilt sensor. QUALCOMM Incorporated, Kilpatrick Townsend & Stockton, March 17, 2015: US08983139

A method is described for determining a description of motion of a moving mobile camera to determine a user input to an application. The method may involve capturing a series of images from a moving mobile camera and comparing stationary features present in the series of images. Optical flow analysi ...


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Hildreth Evan: Optical flow based tilt sensor. Gesturetek, shaoya li, March 5, 2008: CN200680007251

A method is described for determining a description of motion of a moving mobile camera to determine a user input to an application. The method may involve capturing a series of images from a moving mobile camera and comparing stationary features present in the series of images. Optical flow analysi ...


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Hildreth Evan: Optical flow based tilt sensor. Gesturetek, October 31, 2007: EP1849123-A2

A method is described for determining a description of motion of a moving mobile camera to determine a user input to an application. The method may involve capturing a series of images from a moving mobile camera and comparing stationary features present in the series of images. Optical flow analysi ...


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Evan Hildreth: Optical Flow Based Tilt Sensor. Gesture Tek, Fish & Richardson PC, June 12, 2008: US20080137913-A1

A method is described for determining a description of motion of a moving mobile camera to determine a user input to an application. The method may involve capturing a series of images from a moving mobile camera and comparing stationary features present in the series of images. Optical flow analysi ...


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Evan Hildreth: Optical flow based tilt sensor. Fish & Richardson PC, August 10, 2006: US20060177103-A1

A method is described for determining a description of motion of a moving mobile camera to determine a user input to an application. The method may involve capturing a series of images from a moving mobile camera and comparing stationary features present in the series of images. Optical flow analysi ...


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Evan Hildreth: Optical flow based tilt sensor. GestureTek, March 31, 2011: US20110074974-A1

A method is described for determining a description of motion of a moving mobile camera to determine a user input to an application. The method may involve capturing a series of images from a moving mobile camera and comparing stationary features present in the series of images. Optical flow analysi ...