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Intellectual Property Articles:

Patents News In Hollywood - Google News

Mysterious tech startup has ties to Central Florida
Orlando Sentinel
As the MIT Technology Review recently reported, patents and trademark filings for Magic Leap describe computer-display technology that can trick the human eye better than existing virtual-reality displays into perceiving virtual objects as real. One of ...

Future of the Movies Is in the '50s
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Richard M. Hollingshead Jr., in his 1931 patent application for the drive-in theater, explained that ?the transportation facilities to and from the theater are made to constitute an element of the seating facilities.? Like so many great patents, the ...

Firms gearing health-related technology toward baby boomers
Washington Post
When Hollywood music editor Angie Rubin, 50, worked on the 2012 film ?Pitch Perfect,? she used sophisticated sound-editing software to match music tracks with the singers' lip movements onscreen. But the movie was not the only ... He is best known for ...

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By building on 15 plus years of expertise, a portfolio of over 125 issued patents and experience in the marketplace solving the most difficult video problems, our latest technology represents the culmination of over a decade of video processing ...

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