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Judah Klausner: Cellular phone with built in optical projector for display of data. Darby & Darby, December 3, 2002: US06489934 (113 worldwide citation)

A cellular phone, which is still compact in size and weight, but which also includes a mechanism for displaying received wireless data in its original page format as sent from the original source, thus allowing for the viewing of each original page as a whole page and not as a series of partial page ...


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Pinhas Gilboa, Alexander Gold, Joseph Yaeli: Helmet mounted display. Elbit, Cushman Darby & Cushman, August 23, 1994: US05341242 (100 worldwide citation)

A display, for example, for a visor attached to a helmet, the visor having a partially reflecting semi-transparent portion in the view of the wearer and an optical projector for projecting an image onto the semi-transparent portion for reflection therefrom. The semi-transparent portion has a relativ ...


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Stafford M Ellis: Night vision viewing system. GEC Avionics, Kirschstein Kirschstein Ottinger & Israel, October 4, 1988: US04775217 (86 worldwide citation)

A helmet mounted binocular goggle night vision viewing system comprising two independent night vision viewing arrangements, one for each eye of a wearer of the helmet, supported from above the face aperture of the helmet, each viewing arrangement comprising an optical projector arranged to project a ...


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Andrew T Esker, John L Manche, Robert M Siler: Missile director. McDonnell Douglas Corporation, Lionel L Lucchesi, March 29, 1977: US04014482 (62 worldwide citation)

A line of sight guidance system is provided in which the radiated output of a pulsed laser is spatially modulated to produce a beam radiated from an optical projector containing all informational requirements to enable a missile launched into the beam to determine its position with respect to beam c ...


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Stafford M Ellis: Night vision viewing systems. Marconi Avionics, Kirschstein Kirschstein Ottinger & Israel, January 7, 1986: US04563061 (41 worldwide citation)

A helmet mounted night vision viewing system comprising a goggle arrangement supported from above the face aperture of the helmet, the goggle comprising two independent viewing arrangements, one for each eye of a wearer of the helmet, each viewing arrangement comprising an optical projector (11, 13, ...


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Malifaud Pierre: Optical projector device. July 11, 1972: US3676667 (30 worldwide citation)

An optical projector device in which light is collected from substantially 4.pi. steradians by means of two reflector systems. One system comprises a tapering reflector, and the other system can include planar tapered, spherical, ellipsoidal, or cylindrical reflector elements which reflect light fro ...


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Fritz P Heller: Head-up displays. Elliott Brothers, Kirschstein Kirschstein Ottinger & Cobrin, December 11, 1979: US04178074 (27 worldwide citation)

A head-up display optical projector using a Petzval type collimating optical system wherein a secondary image is injected through an optically flat peripheral surface of a lens included in the Petzval lens group closer to the main image display surface of the projector, the lens incorporating an int ...


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Miroslav Blazenin, Hans Gunter Rohs, Bruno Zeller: Apparatus for adjusting the cutting edge of a tool in a machine tool. Gebr Boehringer G m b H, Shlesinger Fitzsimmons & Shlesinger, April 19, 1977: US04018113 (26 worldwide citation)

The invention relates to the positional adjustment of a cutting tool in a machine tool for the purpose of ensuring that the cutting tool is exactly in its correct position prior to starting machining operations. The machine tool is of the kind having a cutting tool support displaceable relative to t ...


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Ellis Stafford Malcolm: Optical arrangements for head-up displays and night vision goggles.. Marconi Avionics, April 20, 1983: EP0077193-A2 (25 worldwide citation)

An optical arrangement suitable for use in night vision goggles and head-up display units comprising an optical projector (19) which forms a real image of optical data (F) to be displayed and an eyepiece (21) comprising a body of light refractive material (55) with input and output surfaces (59 and ...


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Roland Bergner, Klaus Ditmar Voigt: Arrangement for projecting a two-dimensional image onto an eye to be examined for use with a device that performs a subjective determination of refraction and/or a device that performs other vision functions. Carl Zeiss Jena, Reed Smith Shaw & McClay, November 21, 2000: US06149272 (24 worldwide citation)

An arrangement for use with a device that determines subjective refraction and/or performs other visual functions, comprises at least one light source, at least one light modulator for modulating the light source to produce modulated light, a driving unit for controlling said modulator to modulate t ...