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US11002167B2
Wireless power transfer system
Publication/Patent Number: US11002167B2 Publication Date: 2021-05-11 Application Number: 16/681,809 Filing Date: 2019-11-12 Inventor: Cook, David   Assignee: Clean Train Propulsion   IPC: G01R31/3842 Abstract: A wireless power transfer system for a train that includes one or more locomotive units with an energy storage system and one or more passenger cars units that transmit power to the one or more locomotive units. The wireless power transfer system includes one or more HEP cables through which power is provided from the one or more passenger car units to the one or more locomotive units, one or more wireless power transfer (WPT) transmitters mounted to the rail separate from the train, a WPT receiver on one of the one or more passenger cars configured to receive power from one of the one or more WPT transmitters, and an inverter on the one of the one or more passenger car units connected to the HEP cables. The inverter receives power from the WPT receiver and sends the power to the energy storage system through the HEP cables.
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US10964034B1
Vertical disparity detection in stereoscopic images from optical flow data
Publication/Patent Number: US10964034B1 Publication Date: 2021-03-30 Application Number: 16/668,123 Filing Date: 2019-10-30 Inventor: Cook, David   Assignee: Nvidia Corporation   IPC: G06T7/30 Abstract: Due to the factors such as lens distortion and camera misalignment, stereoscopic image pairs often contain vertical disparities. Introduced herein is a method and apparatus that determine and correct vertical disparities in stereoscopic image pairs using an optical flow map. Instead of discarding vertical motion vectors of the optical flow map, the introduced concept extracts and analyzes the vertical motion vectors from the optical flow map and vertically aligns the images using the vertical disparity determined from the vertical motion vectors. The introduced concept recognizes that although not apparent, vertical motion does exist in stereoscopic images and can be used to correct the vertical disparity in stereoscopic images.
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US10997884B2
Reducing video image defects by adjusting frame buffer processes
Publication/Patent Number: US10997884B2 Publication Date: 2021-05-04 Application Number: 16/174,600 Filing Date: 2018-10-30 Inventor: Cook, David   Assignee: Nvidia Corporation   IPC: G09G5/36 Abstract: The present disclosure is directed to a method to correct for visual artifacts in a virtual reality (VR) video image where there is significant motion of the video image as a result of user actions. A user may request that the video image be moved, such as a through motion detected through a VR device, i.e., turning the head, or through a request to an application, i.e., joystick feedback to a gaming application. The video image motion can cause stutter and jitter visual artifacts, when the video frame buffer uses a synchronization constraint, such as vertical synchronization (VSync). When the VSync is disabled, a tearing visual artifact can be present. This disclosure presents a frame buffer handling process that operates with VSync disabled. The process allows the display refresh rates to operate at higher frequencies, while correcting for significant motion of the video image, i.e., tearing, through shifting back certain pixels within the scanout frame buffer.
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US10902556B2
Compensating for disparity variation when viewing captured multi video image streams
Publication/Patent Number: US10902556B2 Publication Date: 2021-01-26 Application Number: 16/036,350 Filing Date: 2018-07-16 Inventor: Cook, David   Assignee: Nvidia Corporation   IPC: G06T3/40 Abstract: The disclosure is directed to a method to compensate for visual distortion when viewing video image streams from a multiple camera capture of a scene where the method determines the disparity difference utilizing the user view orientation and then compresses and/or stretches the left and/or right eye video image streams to compensate for the visual distortion. In another aspect, the method describes additional adjustments and corrections to the video image streams including rotating, tilting, shifting, and scaling the video image streams, and correcting for gapping and clipping visual image artifacts. In another aspect, a visual compensation system is described to implement the method. Additionally, a visual compensation apparatus is disclosed to perform the method operations.
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US10995504B1
Scaffold stabilizer
Publication/Patent Number: US10995504B1 Publication Date: 2021-05-04 Application Number: 16/039,862 Filing Date: 2018-07-19 Inventor: Cook, David S.   Assignee: Cook, David S.   IPC: E04G7/22 Abstract: A stabilizer, especially for a typical interior style baker scaffold, painters scaffold, and the like; used in homes and or buildings largely by various trades reduces the undesired movement of the scaffold. The stabilizer includes a first C-shaped coupler to secure a support bar at a first bar end and a second C-shaped coupler to support a second bar end to the scaffold. This stabilizer will adapt to the typical scaffold frame, and works to eliminate the wobble, wiggle, shake and sway from the scaffold when it is erected as a single piece or as multiple pieces stacked on top of themselves for additional height.
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US2021003679A1
Ladar System with Adaptive Receiver
Publication/Patent Number: US2021003679A1 Publication Date: 2021-01-07 Application Number: 17/024,014 Filing Date: 2020-09-17 Inventor: Dussan, Luis Carlos   Steinhardt, Allan   Cook, David   Assignee: AEYE, Inc.   IPC: G01S7/4863 Abstract: Disclosed herein are various embodiments for a ladar system that includes an adaptive ladar receiver whereby the active pixels in a photodetector array used for reception of ladar pulse returns can be adaptively controlled based at least in part on where the ladar pulses were targeted by the ladar transmitter.
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US10935788B2
Hybrid virtual 3D rendering approach to stereovision
Publication/Patent Number: US10935788B2 Publication Date: 2021-03-02 Application Number: 14/604,563 Filing Date: 2015-01-23 Inventor: Neill, Patrick   Pereira, Rochelle   Milovanovic, Vukasin   Cook, David   Assignee: NVIDIA Corporation   IPC: H04N13/261 Abstract: A method for stereoscopically presenting visual content is disclosed. The method comprises identifying and distinguishing between a first type of content and a second type of content of a frame to be stereoscopically displayed. The method also comprises rendering the first type of content in a first left and a first right frame from a single perspective using a first stereoscopic rendering method. Further, the method comprises rendering the second type of content in a second left and a second right frame using a second, different stereoscopic method from two different perspectives. Additionally, the method comprises merging the first and second left frames and the first and second right frames to produce a resultant left frame and a resultant right frame. Finally, the method comprises displaying the resultant left frame and the resultant right frame for stereoscopic perception by a viewer.
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EP3319640B1
COMPOSITION AND METHODS OF TREATMENT
Publication/Patent Number: EP3319640B1 Publication Date: 2021-03-03 Application Number: 16739241.4 Filing Date: 2016-07-06 Inventor: Ridden, John   Ridden, Christine Caroline   Cook, David   Assignee: Blueberry Therapeutics Limited   IPC: A61K45/06
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EP3817730A1
COMPOSITIONS AND METHODS OF TREATMENT
Publication/Patent Number: EP3817730A1 Publication Date: 2021-05-12 Application Number: 19744796.4 Filing Date: 2019-07-03 Inventor: Ridden, Christine   Ridden, John   Cook, David   Assignee: Blueberry Therapeutics Limited   IPC: A61K9/51
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EP3817729A1
COMPOSITIONS AND METHODS OF TREATMENT
Publication/Patent Number: EP3817729A1 Publication Date: 2021-05-12 Application Number: 19744795.6 Filing Date: 2019-07-03 Inventor: Ridden, Christine   Ridden, John   Cook, David   Assignee: Blueberry Therapeutics Limited   IPC: A61K9/51
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US10999964B1
Riding hydraulically driven aerator
Publication/Patent Number: US10999964B1 Publication Date: 2021-05-11 Application Number: 16/161,772 Filing Date: 2018-10-16 Inventor: Cook, David Michael   Otto, Joshua Michael   Assignee: Stinger Equipment, Inc.   IPC: A01B45/02 Abstract: A riding hydraulically driven aerator is disclosed herein. The aerator includes a frame, an engine, one or more hydraulic pumps, one or more drive wheels, and one or more tine assemblies. The one or more tine assemblies may be driven by one or more hydraulic tine motors. The one or more hydraulic tine motors may be directly coupled to the one or more tine assemblies. In various embodiments, the one or more drive wheels are driven by one or more hydraulic wheel motors. The one or more hydraulic tine motors and the one or more hydraulic wheel motors may be driven in series by the one or more hydraulic pumps.
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EP3798500A1
LIGHT GUIDE PANEL AND LUMINAIRE COMPRISING SAID LIGHT GUIDE PANEL
Publication/Patent Number: EP3798500A1 Publication Date: 2021-03-31 Application Number: 19200498.4 Filing Date: 2019-09-30 Inventor: Maughan, Steve   Pilkington, Gary   Stockley, Paul   Cook, David   Bowness, Anton   Assignee: Thorn Lighting Limited   IPC: F21K9/61 Abstract: The present invention refers to a light guide panel (2) substantially extending in a plane and having two opposing surfaces (21, 22) being connected by a circumferential side edge (20), wherein at least a section of the side edge (20) is configured to function as a light input area (23) for inputting light into the light guide panel (2), wherein an opening (24) extending between the two surfaces (21, 22) penetrates the light guide panel (2) to connect the two surfaces (21, 22), and wherein an area (X) of the light guide panel (2) opposite to the light input area (23) with respect to the opening (24) comprises a reflective portion (25) configured to reflect light input into the light guide panel (2) via the light input area (23) towards a side (S) of the opening (24) opposite to the light input area (23). The present invention is further directed to a luminaire (1) comprising a light guide panel (2) according to the invention as well as a light source (3) provided to input light into the light guide panel (2) via the light input area (23).
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US2021124875A1
AUTOMATED DOCUMENT ANALYSIS COMPRISING A USER INTERFACE BASED ON CONTENT TYPES
Publication/Patent Number: US2021124875A1 Publication Date: 2021-04-29 Application Number: 17/142,517 Filing Date: 2021-01-06 Inventor: Cook, David A.   Jachowicz, Andrzej H.   Jones, Phillip Karl   Assignee: Freedom Solutions Group, LLC d/b/a Microsystems   IPC: G06F40/295 Abstract: At least one processing device, operating upon a body of text in a document, identifies occurrences of at least one content type in the body of text. The at least one processing device thereafter generates a user interface that includes portions of text from the body of text that are representative of at least some of the occurrences of the at least one content type in the document. For each content type, the occurrences corresponding to that content type can be grouped together to provide grouped content type occurrences that are subsequently collocated in the user interface. Those portions of text corresponding to the grouped content type occurrences may be arranged in alphanumeric order. The user interface may comprise at least a portion of the body of text as well as indicia indicating instances of the occurrences within the portion of the body of text.
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US10902204B2
Automated document analysis comprising a user interface based on content types
Publication/Patent Number: US10902204B2 Publication Date: 2021-01-26 Application Number: 16/453,356 Filing Date: 2019-06-26 Inventor: Cook, David A.   Jachowicz, Andrzej H.   Jones, Phillip Karl   Assignee: Freedom Solutions Group, LLC   IPC: G06F17/00 Abstract: At least one processing device, operating upon a body of text in a document, identifies occurrences of at least one content type in the body of text. The at least one processing device thereafter generates a user interface that includes portions of text from the body of text that are representative of at least some of the occurrences of the at least one content type in the document. For each content type, the occurrences corresponding to that content type can be grouped together to provide grouped content type occurrences that are subsequently collocated in the user interface. Those portions of text corresponding to the grouped content type occurrences may be arranged in alphanumeric order. The user interface may comprise at least a portion of the body of text as well as indicia indicating instances of the occurrences within the portion of the body of text.
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EP3798509A1
PANEL LIGHT
Publication/Patent Number: EP3798509A1 Publication Date: 2021-03-31 Application Number: 19200471.1 Filing Date: 2019-09-30 Inventor: Cook, David   Maughan, Steve   Pilkington, Gary   Stockley, Paul   Bowness, Anton   Assignee: Thorn Lighting Limited   IPC: F21V15/01 Abstract: The present invention is directed to a panel light (1) comprising a frame body (2) having a front wall (20) with an opening (21), and a sidewall (22) at least partially surrounding the front wall (20), an LED module (3) extending along a first section (221) of the sidewall (22), and a light passage panel (5) covering the opening (21) to allow light emitted by the LED module (3) exiting the panel light (1) via the light passage panel (5) and the opening (21). The panel light (1) further comprises a first spacer (6) having two opposing surfaces (60) being connected via a circumferential first side edge (61), the first spacer (6) extending with a first side edge section (610) above the first sidewall section (221), and a second spacer (7) having two opposing surfaces being connected via a circumferential second side edge (71), the second spacer (7) extending with a second side edge section (710) above a second sidewall section (222) being opposite to the first sidewall section (221). The first spacer (6) has a first recessed side edge section (611) opposite to and offset towards the first sidewall section (221), and the second spacer (7) has a second recessed side edge section (711) opposite to and offset towards the second sidewall section (222) and facing the first recessed side edge section (611). At least part of the light passage panel (5) extends between the first and second spacers (6, 7) such that opposite peripheral edge sections (50, 51) of the light passage panel (5) are received by the first and second recessed side edge sections (611, 711), respectively, to push the spacers (6, 7) towards the opposite first and second sidewall sections (221, 222), respectively.
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US10973861B2
Compositions and methods
Publication/Patent Number: US10973861B2 Publication Date: 2021-04-13 Application Number: 14/765,812 Filing Date: 2014-02-04 Inventor: Afeyan, Noubar B.   Mckenzie, Mary-jane Lombardo   Litcofsky, Kevin Daniel   Cook, David N.   Henn, Matthew R.   Von, Maltzahn Geoffrey   Assignee: Seres Therapeutics, Inc.   IPC: A61K35/744 Abstract: Provided are defined bacterial compositions for the maintenance or restoration of a healthy microbiota in the gastrointestinal tract of a mammalian subject, and methods for populating the gastrointestinal tract of a subject. Provided also are bacterial formulations for oral or gastric administration to a mammalian subject in an effective amount for prevention or treatment of a gastrointestinal disease, disorder or condition.
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US2021008128A1
COMPOSITIONS AND METHODS FOR TREATING CHOLESTATIC DISEASE
Publication/Patent Number: US2021008128A1 Publication Date: 2021-01-14 Application Number: 16/639,492 Filing Date: 2018-08-14 Inventor: Nandakumar, Madhumitha   Liou, Alice Peiyu   Halvorsen, Elizabeth Moritz   Mckenzie, Gregory   O'brien, Edward J.   Cook, David   Assignee: Seres Therapeutics, Inc.   IPC: A61K35/745 Abstract: The invention provides compositions and methods for use in the treatment and prevention of cholestatic diseases.
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US10882052B2
Loosefill insulation blowing machine with removable hose hub
Publication/Patent Number: US10882052B2 Publication Date: 2021-01-05 Application Number: 15/167,115 Filing Date: 2016-05-27 Inventor: Cook, David M.   Robinson, Brandon   Mnich, Mark E.   Crisp, Ryan S.   Relyea, Christopher M.   Finklea, Terry   Cicenas, Chris W.   Assignee: Owens Corning Intellectual Capital, LLC   IPC: B02C18/22 Abstract: A machine for distributing blowing insulation material from a package of compressed loosefill insulation material is provided. The machine includes a chute having an inlet end and outlet end. The inlet end is configured to receive the package of compressed loosefill insulation material. The chute further has a removable hose hub extending within the interior of the chute. The removable hose hub is configured for wrapping with a distribution hose. A lower unit is configured to receive the compressed loosefill insulation material exiting the outlet end of the chute. The lower unit includes a plurality of shredders and a discharge mechanism. The discharge mechanism is configured to discharge conditioned loosefill insulation material into an airstream.
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US10967011B2
Compositions and methods
Publication/Patent Number: US10967011B2 Publication Date: 2021-04-06 Application Number: 16/054,864 Filing Date: 2018-08-03 Inventor: Mckenzie, Gregory   Lombardo, Mckenzie Mary-jane   Cook, David N.   Vulic, Marin   Von, Maltzahn Geoffrey   Goodman, Brian   Aunins, John Grant   Henn, Matthew R.   Berry, David Arthur   Winkler, Jonathan   Assignee: Seres Therapeutics, Inc.   IPC: A01N63/00 Abstract: Disclosed herein are therapeutic compositions containing non-pathogenic, germination-competent bacterial spores, for the prevention, control, and treatment of gastrointestinal diseases, disorders and conditions and for general nutritional health.
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US10881696B2
Network-based microbial compositions and methods
Publication/Patent Number: US10881696B2 Publication Date: 2021-01-05 Application Number: 15/990,539 Filing Date: 2018-05-25 Inventor: Henn, Matthew R.   Cook, David N.   Ohsumi, Toshiro K.   Mckenzie, Mary-jane Lombardo   Litcofsky, Kevin D.   Zhang, Han   Aunins, John Grant   Berry, David Arthur   Assignee: Seres Therapeutics, Inc.   IPC: A61K35/742 Abstract: Provided are therapeutic compositions containing combinations of bacteria, for the maintenance or restoration of a healthy microbiota in the gastrointestinal tract of a mammalian subject, and methods for use thereof.
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