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Morihide Mizumoto: Medical camera system. Olympus Optical, July 14, 1981: US04278077 (360 worldwide citation)

A capsule-shaped miniature camera comprising at least one permanent magnet, an induction coil, a lamp serially connected to the induction coil and a shutter device. The induction coil induces an electromotive force when an magnetic field generated by electromagnets outside the camera acts on it. The ...


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Michael A Mignardi, Jeffrey B Sampsell, R Mark Boysel: Digital micromirror shutter device. Texas Instruments Incorporated, Julie L Reed, James C Kesterson, Richard L Donaldson, July 6, 1993: US05226099 (344 worldwide citation)

There is disclosed a device that consists of a micro-mechanical switch consisting of an electrode, a gap between the electrode and an individually deflectable element, which has a vertical shutter attached to its underside. When the electrode is addressed the movement of the deflectable element caus ...


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Remi Swierczek: Disposable skin perforator and blood testing device. Oldham Oldham & Wilson Co, April 13, 1993: US05201324 (301 worldwide citation)

A device that pierces the skin due to the collapsing of dome between the fingertips. Immediately after a puncture is made, a blood or exudate sample can be collected on an absorbent test strip laminated on the pressure plate. Flow enhancement of blood or exudate from the puncture site is achieved by ...


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Remi Swierczek, Anatol Topolewski: Disposable skin perforator and blood testing device. Oldham Oldham & Wilson Co, April 4, 1995: US05402798 (231 worldwide citation)

A device (20) that pierces the skin due to the collapsing of dome (1) between the fingertips. Immediately after a puncture is made, a blood or exudate sample can be collected. A shutter device (50) is incorporated into the skin perforator to prevent repeated use of the device.


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Joseph W Doane, John L West: Light modulating materials comprising a liquid crystal phase dispersed in a birefringent polymeric phase. Kent State University, Watts Hoffmann Fisher & Heinke Co, February 19, 1991: US04994204 (129 worldwide citation)

A haze-free light modulating polymer dispersed liquid crystal (PDLC) material is disclosed which comprises a polymer matrix which is birefringent and possesses anisotropic optical properties similar to those of the dispersed liquid crystal microdroplets such that the PDLC material in its transparent ...


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Fergason James L: Display devices utilizing liquid crystal light modulation. International Liquid Xtal Company, May 8, 1973: US3731986 (123 worldwide citation)

Optical display devices for converting electrical intelligence into optical images with the use of a shutter device comprising a layer of liquid crystal material sandwiched between opposing parallel plates coated with transparent conducting films. These plates, with the liquid crystal material there ...


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Richard Tuenge, Terrance Larsson, Steven Wald, Christopher N King: Field sequential color AMEL display. Planar Systems, Chernoff Vilhauer McClung & Stenzel, November 16, 1999: US05986628 (120 worldwide citation)

A full color active matrix electroluminescent display includes an active matrix of pixel electrodes, a broad spectrum electroluminescent phosphor stack placed atop the active matrix of pixel electrodes and a transparent electrode placed atop the electroluminescent phosphor stack. A liquid crystal co ...


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Tokihiro Kosaka: Particle analyzer. TOA Medical Electronics, May 27, 1997: US05633503 (109 worldwide citation)

A particle analyzer includes a flow cell for enclosing a sample liquid containing particles in a sheathed flow to form a flat flow of the sample liquid; an exciting light source for emitting light for exciting fluorescence to irradiate the particle in the flat flow; a capturing device for capturing ...


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Shigeo Komizo: Portable information terminal apparatus having image processing function. Matsushita Electric Industrial, Spencer & Frank, September 2, 1997: US05663552 (93 worldwide citation)

A portable terminal apparatus provided with an image processing function permitting automatic image-pickup without manual focusing which includes an optical system for forming an optical image of a surface of a subject, a two-dimensional photoelectric conversion element for performing photoelectric ...


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Akira Kawamura, Kazuo Togawa: Visual image display apparatus having a video display for one eye and a controllable shutter for the other eye. Sony Corporation, Lewis H Eslinger, Jay H Maioli, October 6, 1992: US05153569 (83 worldwide citation)

An optical apparatus using a display device is comprised of a lens system having an optical axis, a display device for displaying a video image on the optical axis, a beam splitter for splitting information of visual image, the beam splitter being formed so as to incline an angle of about 45 degrees ...