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William H. Gates III
William H Gates III, Gary W Flake, Alexander G Gounares, Thomas F Bergstraesser, Arnold N Blinn, Christopher W Brumme, Lili Cheng, Michael Connolly, Daniel S Glasser, James R Larus, Matthew B MacLaurin, Henricus Johannes Maria Meijer, Debi P Mishra, Amit Mital, Ira L Snyder Jr, Melora Zaner Godsey: Virtual entertainment. Microsoft Corporation, Lee & Hayes PLLC, September 6, 2011: US08012023 (189 worldwide citation)

Systems and methods that provide for a virtual reality entertainment system that supplies immersive entertainment and creates a sensation for a user similar to having guests in a remote location to be physically present as virtual guests. Such virtual reality entertainment system can supply a graphi ...


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Steven Samuel Hoffman, Naomi Kokubo: Method and apparatus for promoting desired on-line activities using on-line games. Rocketon, Pillsbury Winthrop Shaw Pittman, August 7, 2012: US08239487 (52 worldwide citation)

The present invention relates generally to the field of computer and network software, and more particularly it relates to a computer system and method for promoting on-line activities on desired sites via a virtual entertainment system that provides games, interactions or activities that take place ...


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Namsoon Jung, Rajeev Sharma: Method and system for enhancing virtual stage experience. Advanced Interfaces, May 30, 2006: US07053915 (18 worldwide citation)

The present invention is a system and method for increasing the value of the audio-visual entertainment systems, such as karaoke, by simulating a virtual stage environment and enhancing the user's facial image in a continuous video input, automatically, dynamically and in real-time. The present inve ...


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Steven S Hoffman, Naomi Kokubo: Method and apparatus for promoting desired on-line activities using on-line games. Hyperlayers, Pillsbury Winthrop Shaw Pittman, August 13, 2013: US08510413 (4 worldwide citation)

The present invention relates to a computer system and method for promoting on-line activities on desired sites via a virtual entertainment system that provides games, interactions or activities that take place either partially or fully on the partner's website or within the virtual space associated ...


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Rony Abovitz, Brian T Schowengerdt, Mathew D Watson: Planar waveguide apparatus with diffraction element(s) and system employing same. MAGIC LEAP, Vista IP Law Group, June 6, 2017: US09671566 (2 worldwide citation)

A waveguide apparatus includes a planar waveguide and at least one optical diffraction element (DOE) that provides a plurality of optical paths between an exterior and interior of the planar waveguide. A phase profile of the DOE may combine a linear diffraction grating with a circular lens, to shape ...


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Rony Abovitz, Brian T Schowengerdt, Mathew D Watson: Planar waveguide apparatus configured to return light therethrough. MAGIC LEAP, Vista IP Law Group, May 16, 2017: US09651368 (1 worldwide citation)

A waveguide apparatus includes a planar waveguide and at least one optical diffraction element (DOE) that provides a plurality of optical paths between an exterior and interior of the planar waveguide. A phase profile of the DOE may combine a linear diffraction grating with a circular lens, to shape ...


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Rony Abovitz, Brian T Schowengerdt, Mathew D Watson: Planar waveguide apparatus with diffraction element(s) and system employing same. Magic Leap, Vista IP Law Group, April 4, 2017: US09612403 (1 worldwide citation)

A waveguide apparatus includes a planar waveguide and at least one optical diffraction element (DOE) that provides a plurality of optical paths between an exterior and interior of the planar waveguide. A phase profile of the DOE may combine a linear diffraction grating with a circular lens, to shape ...


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Rony Abovitz, Brian T Schowengerdt, Mathew D Watson: Optical system having a return planar waveguide. MAGIC LEAP, Vista IP Law Group, January 10, 2017: US09541383 (1 worldwide citation)

A waveguide apparatus includes a planar waveguide and at least one optical diffraction element (DOE) that provides a plurality of optical paths between an exterior and interior of the planar waveguide. A phase profile of the DOE may combine a linear diffraction grating with a circular lens, to shape ...


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William C Little, Daniel J De Waal, Vincent S Manfredi, Bryan E Bullard, Cara L Iddings, Richard J Schneider, Steven G LeMay, Nichole M Beaulieu, David A Gipp: Remote content management and resource sharing on a gaming machine and method of implementing same. IGT, Neal Gerber & Eisenberg, May 1, 2018: US09959702

A gaming system including a number of host devices each coupled to one or more gaming machines, wherein content provided by the host device is output on the gaming machine. To output the content provided by the remote host, a host-controlled process that is authenticated by the gaming machine and ex ...


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Jacob Graham, Gregory A Schlottmann, Steven G LeMay, Richard E Rowe: Integrating remotely-hosted and locally rendered content on a gaming device. IGT, Neal Gerber & Eisenberg, January 30, 2018: US09881453

A wager gaming machine may be configured not only to provide wagering games, but also to communicate with one or more hosts that can provide information and/or services pertaining to local wager gaming events, including but not limited to local tournaments, local restaurants, local messages (e.g., m ...