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1 US10535079B2
Three dimensional proximity recommendation system
Publication/Patent Number: US10535079B2 Publication Date: 2020-01-14 Application Number: 16/192,054 Filing Date: 2018-11-15 Inventor: Yankovich, Steve   Melcher, Ryan   Assignee: eBay Inc.   IPC: G06Q30/02 Abstract: In various example embodiments, systems and methods to provide proximity recommendations are provided. In example embodiments, data representing prioritized recommendations for a user is received. The data representing the prioritized recommendations is used to generated a composite visual representation by embedding select prioritized recommendations into a visual representation. The composite visual representation presents a higher prioritized recommendation in a more spatially prominent manner than a lower prioritized recommendation. The composite visual representation is then presented to the user. In various example embodiments, systems and methods to provide proximity recommendations are provided. In example embodiments, data representing prioritized recommendations for a user is received. The data representing the prioritized recommendations is used to generated a ...More ...Less
2 US10528991B2
Augmented reality view of product instructions
Publication/Patent Number: US10528991B2 Publication Date: 2020-01-07 Application Number: 15/961,483 Filing Date: 2018-04-24 Inventor: Pugazhendhi, Bagath   Yankovich, Steve   Assignee: PAYPAL, INC.   IPC: G06Q30/02 Abstract: In a system for presenting augmented reality views of product instructions a method may include receiving a request from a client device, the request including image data. The method may further includes identifying an object in the image data and generating an augmented reality view of the identified object. The method may further include transmitting the augmented reality view to the client device. In a system for presenting augmented reality views of product instructions a method may include receiving a request from a client device, the request including image data. The method may further includes identifying an object in the image data and generating an augmented reality ...More ...Less
3 US2019156393A1
RENDERING OF THREE-DIMENSIONAL MODEL DATA BASED ON CHARACTERISTICS OF OBJECTS IN A REAL-WORLD ENVIRONMENT
Publication/Patent Number: US2019156393A1 Publication Date: 2019-05-23 Application Number: 16/189,674 Filing Date: 2018-11-13 Inventor: Yankovich, Steve   Assignee: eBay Inc.   IPC: G06Q30/06 Abstract: The disclosed technologies identify opportunities to display relevant three-dimensional (“3D”) model data within a real-world environment as a user wears a wearable device. The 3D model data can be associated with objects, or items, and the 3D model data rendered for display is relevant in the sense that the items are determined to be of interest to the user and the items fits within the real-world environment in which the user is currently located. For instance, the techniques described herein can recognize items typically found in a kitchen or a dining room of a user's house, an office space at the user's place of work, etc. The characteristics of the recognized items can be identified and subsequently analyzed together to determine preferred characteristics of a user. In this way, the disclosed technologies can retrieve and display an item that correlates to (e.g., matches) the preferred characteristics of the user. The disclosed technologies identify opportunities to display relevant three-dimensional (“3D”) model data within a real-world environment as a user wears a wearable device. The 3D model data can be associated with objects, or items, and the 3D model data rendered ...More ...Less
4 US2019122269A1
AUGMENTED REALITY VIEW OF PRODUCT INSTRUCTIONS
Publication/Patent Number: US2019122269A1 Publication Date: 2019-04-25 Application Number: 15/961,483 Filing Date: 2018-04-24 Inventor: Pugazhendhi, Bagath   Yankovich, Steve   Assignee: Paypal, Inc.   IPC: G06Q30/02 Abstract: In a system for presenting augmented reality views of product instructions a method may include receiving a request from a client device, the request including image data. The method may further includes identifying an object in the image data and generating an augmented reality view of the identified object. The method may further include transmitting the augmented reality view to the client device. In a system for presenting augmented reality views of product instructions a method may include receiving a request from a client device, the request including image data. The method may further includes identifying an object in the image data and generating an augmented reality ...More ...Less
5 US2019156582A1
EFFICIENT RENDERING OF 3D MODELS USING MODEL PLACEMENT METADATA
Publication/Patent Number: US2019156582A1 Publication Date: 2019-05-23 Application Number: 16/189,720 Filing Date: 2018-11-13 Inventor: Yankovich, Steve   Chalkley, Andrew   Assignee: eBay Inc.   IPC: G06T19/00 Abstract: Model placement metadata is defined and stored for a three-dimensional (“3D”) model. The model placement metadata specifies constraints on the presentation of the 3D model when rendered in a view of a real-world environment, such as a view of a real-world environment generated by wearable computing device like an augmented reality (“AR”) or virtual reality (“VR”) device. A wearable computing device can analyze the geometry of a real-world environment to determine a configuration for the 3D model that satisfies the constraints set forth by the model placement metadata when the 3D model is rendered in a view of the environment. Once the configuration for the 3D model has been computed, the wearable device can render the 3D model according to the displayed configuration and display the rendering in a view of the real-world environment. Model placement metadata is defined and stored for a three-dimensional (“3D”) model. The model placement metadata specifies constraints on the presentation of the 3D model when rendered in a view of a real-world environment, such as a view of a real-world ...More ...Less
6 US2019156410A1
SYSTEMS AND METHODS FOR TRANSLATING USER SIGNALS INTO A VIRTUAL ENVIRONMENT HAVING A VISUALLY PERCEPTIBLE COMPETITIVE LANDSCAPE
Publication/Patent Number: US2019156410A1 Publication Date: 2019-05-23 Application Number: 16/189,849 Filing Date: 2018-11-13 Inventor: Yankovich, Steve   Timonen, Josh   Assignee: eBay Inc.   IPC: G06Q30/08 Abstract: Techniques for efficiently translating user signals that are received in association with an online auction to render a virtual environment that has a visually perceptible competitive landscape. Various participants' acquisition interest levels are determined by analyzing the participants' user activity in association with the online auction. Avatars that represent the participants are rendered differently based on the participants' level of interest in (e.g., motivation toward) acquiring the item that is being auctioned. In this way, the individual participants' avatars are rendered in the virtual environment in a manner such that the individual participants' level of interest in acquiring the item is visually perceptible. As a specific example, avatars may be rendered to appear more (or less) excited about the item as their corresponding user activity indicates that they are more (or less) likely to competitively bid on the item in a genuine attempt to win the online auction. Techniques for efficiently translating user signals that are received in association with an online auction to render a virtual environment that has a visually perceptible competitive landscape. Various participants' acquisition interest levels are determined by analyzing the ...More ...Less
7 US2019087860A1
THREE DIMENSIONAL PROXIMITY RECOMMENDATION SYSTEM
Publication/Patent Number: US2019087860A1 Publication Date: 2019-03-21 Application Number: 16/192,054 Filing Date: 2018-11-15 Inventor: Yankovich, Steve   Melcher, Ryan   Assignee: eBay Inc.   IPC: G06Q30/02 Abstract: In various example embodiments, systems and methods to provide proximity recommendations are provided. In example embodiments, data representing prioritized recommendations for a user is received. The data representing the prioritized recommendations is used to generated a composite visual representation by embedding select prioritized recommendations into a visual representation. The composite visual representation presents a higher prioritized recommendation in a more spatially prominent manner than a lower prioritized recommendation. The composite visual representation is then presented to the user. In various example embodiments, systems and methods to provide proximity recommendations are provided. In example embodiments, data representing prioritized recommendations for a user is received. The data representing the prioritized recommendations is used to generated a ...More ...Less
8 US2019156377A1
RENDERING VIRTUAL CONTENT BASED ON ITEMS RECOGNIZED IN A REAL-WORLD ENVIRONMENT
Publication/Patent Number: US2019156377A1 Publication Date: 2019-05-23 Application Number: 16/189,776 Filing Date: 2018-11-13 Inventor: Yankovich, Steve   Beach, David   Assignee: eBay Inc.   IPC: G06Q30/02 Abstract: The disclosed technologies recognize items owned by the user. For instance, the items may be items found in a kitchen of a user's house, an office space at the user's place of work, a workshop in a user's garage, etc., which can be recognized by a wearable device as the user casually goes about a day's activities. Based on the recognition, the wearable device is configured to create and maintain an inventory of items owned by a user. The wearable device can also access an item catalog to determine an estimated current value of an item. Once the estimated current value is determined, the wearable device can generate and display the estimated current value of the item so the user is made aware of this information. This information can be useful to a user if the user is thinking about and/or willing to sell the item. The disclosed technologies recognize items owned by the user. For instance, the items may be items found in a kitchen of a user's house, an office space at the user's place of work, a workshop in a user's garage, etc., which can be recognized by a wearable device as the user ...More ...Less
9 US2019385148A1
GIFT CARD CONVERSION AND DIGITAL WALLET
Publication/Patent Number: US2019385148A1 Publication Date: 2019-12-19 Application Number: 16/426,946 Filing Date: 2019-05-30 Inventor: Yankovich, Steve   Melcher, Ryan   Veres, Robert Dean   Assignee: eBay Inc.   IPC: G06Q20/34 Abstract: A method and a system convert the value of a gift card for use with a mobile device. The value of the gift card is determined from an issuer of the gift card. The value of the gift card is stored in a digital payment account in a storage device. The digital payment account stores values of gift cards from issuers. A financial transaction corresponding to the issuer of the gift card is performed on the digital payment account. The value of a first gift card from a first issuer of a first digital payment account is exchanged with the value of a second gift card from a second issuer of a second digital payment account. A method and a system convert the value of a gift card for use with a mobile device. The value of the gift card is determined from an issuer of the gift card. The value of the gift card is stored in a digital payment account in a storage device. The digital payment account ...More ...Less
10 US10346833B2
Gift card conversion and digital wallet
Publication/Patent Number: US10346833B2 Publication Date: 2019-07-09 Application Number: 16/139,311 Filing Date: 2018-09-24 Inventor: Yankovich, Steve   Melcher, Ryan   Veres, Robert Dean   Assignee: eBay Inc.   IPC: G06Q20/32 Abstract: A method and a system convert the value of a gift card for use with a mobile device. The value of the gift card is determined from an issuer of the gift card. The value of the gift card is stored in a digital payment account in a storage device. The digital payment account stores values of gift cards from issuers. A financial transaction corresponding to the issuer of the gift card is performed on the digital payment account. The value of a first gift card from a first issuer of a first digital payment account is exchanged with the value of a second gift card from a second issuer of a second digital payment account. A method and a system convert the value of a gift card for use with a mobile device. The value of the gift card is determined from an issuer of the gift card. The value of the gift card is stored in a digital payment account in a storage device. The digital payment account ...More ...Less
11 EP3131255B1
VIDEO PROCESSING SYSTEM FOR IDENTIFYING ITEMS IN VIDEO FRAMES
Publication/Patent Number: EP3131255B1 Publication Date: 2019-10-02 Application Number: 16001895.8 Filing Date: 2012-03-16 Inventor: Yankovich, Steve   Melcher, Ryan   Veres, Robert Dean   Assignee: eBay, Inc.   IPC: H04L29/06
12 US2019026726A1
GIFT CARD CONVERSION AND DIGITAL WALLET
Publication/Patent Number: US2019026726A1 Publication Date: 2019-01-24 Application Number: 16/139,311 Filing Date: 2018-09-24 Inventor: Yankovich, Steve   Melcher, Ryan   Veres, Robert Dean   Assignee: eBay Inc.   IPC: G06Q20/34 Abstract: A method and a system convert the value of a gift card for use with a mobile device. The value of the gift card is determined from an issuer of the gift card. The value of the gift card is stored in a digital payment account in a storage device. The digital payment account stores values of gift cards from issuers. A financial transaction corresponding to the issuer of the gift card is performed on the digital payment account. The value of a first gift card from a first issuer of a first digital payment account is exchanged with the value of a second gift card from a second issuer of a second digital payment account. A method and a system convert the value of a gift card for use with a mobile device. The value of the gift card is determined from an issuer of the gift card. The value of the gift card is stored in a digital payment account in a storage device. The digital payment account ...More ...Less
13 US2019253514A1
GENERATING ATTRIBUTE PREFERENCE MODELS BASED ON DISPARATE ATTRIBUTE SPECTRUMS
Publication/Patent Number: US2019253514A1 Publication Date: 2019-08-15 Application Number: 16/040,391 Filing Date: 2018-07-19 Inventor: Gonzales, Jr. Sergio Pinzon   Yankovich, Steve   Assignee: eBay, Inc.   IPC: G06F15/18 Abstract: An attribute correlation system reduces network traffic and processing cycles associated with impromptu item selections by generating attribute preference models based on disparate attribute spectrums. The attribute correlation system deploys the attribute preference models to select individual items from various disparate “candidate item categories.” Generally described, the attribute preference models facilitate analyzing item sets across a wide variety of disparate “candidate” item categories to preemptively identify individual items for a user. In this way, the individual items may be identified and, ultimately, selected for the user even absent any indication that the user has searched for otherwise identified these items or even other items from within the disparate “candidate” item categories. The “candidate” item categories may be determined to be disparate from one another based on a relationship void existing such that predefined relationships are missing between these “candidate” item categories. An attribute correlation system reduces network traffic and processing cycles associated with impromptu item selections by generating attribute preference models based on disparate attribute spectrums. The attribute correlation system deploys the attribute preference models to ...More ...Less
14 US2019156403A1
RENDERING OF OBJECT DATA BASED ON RECOGNITION AND/OR LOCATION MATCHING
Publication/Patent Number: US2019156403A1 Publication Date: 2019-05-23 Application Number: 16/189,817 Filing Date: 2018-11-13 Inventor: Yankovich, Steve   Chalkley, Andrew   Timonen, Josh   Beach, David   Assignee: eBay Inc.   IPC: G06Q30/06 Abstract: A system described herein uses data obtained from a wearable device of a first user to identify a second user and/or to determine that the first user is within a threshold distance of the second user. The system can then access an account of the second user to identify one or more items and retrieve model data for the item(s). The system causes the wearable device of the first user to render, for display in an immersive 3D environment (e.g., an augmented reality environment), an item associated with the account of the second user. The item can be rendered for display at a location on a display that is proximate to the second user (e.g., within a threshold distance of the second user) such that the item graphically corresponds to the second user. The item rendered for display may be an item of interest to the first user. A system described herein uses data obtained from a wearable device of a first user to identify a second user and/or to determine that the first user is within a threshold distance of the second user. The system can then access an account of the second user to identify one or ...More ...Less