Month of June 2011 - Page Number 9

Showing 81 - 90 of 478 from June 2011
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  1. 81.
    Disclosed is a keyboard for those who want to make use of both QWERTY and Japanese syllabary layout easily and flexibly.
    IPCOM000208200D | 2011-Jun-27
  2. 82.
    The technique that manages the inventory of the PC using the placement information of the office corresponding to the port number of the network switch.
    IPCOM000208199D | 2011-Jun-27
  3. 83.
    IPCOM000208198D | Original Publication Date: 2011-Jun-26
  4. 84.
    IPCOM000208197D | Original Publication Date: 2011-Jun-25
  5. 85.
    This idea proposes a new user modality for the manipulation of objects in a 3D virtual scene. The interface method is referred to as Uni-manual Constrained Control (UCC). This interface uses two fingers from a single hand. Typically this is the thumb and index finger from the dominant (D) hand. The D index finger...
    IPCOM000208196D | 2011-Jun-24
  6. 86.
    This idea proposes an improved method to create applications for multi-variable data entry that employ a grid style user interface. The idea is used to help make grid creation easier to implement via a flexible mechanism that allows application builders to “drag & drop” grid components as they build the grid. The...
    IPCOM000208195D | 2011-Jun-24
  7. 87.
    Hot Melt Ink printheads have heated ink reservoirs which supply ink to the inkjet nozzle. Some printheads also have an associated air reservoir in which the air pressure is managed to maintain the appropriate positive or negative air pressure for the liquid ink reservoir. It is important to keep the melted ink out...
    IPCOM000208194D | 2011-Jun-24
  8. 88.
    Copiers and Multifunction Printers (MFPs) have a document handler which feeds original documents through the scanner to capture the document image. For footprint considerations, many conventional document handlers use a fixed input tray located directly above the output restack location whereby sheets from the input...
    IPCOM000208193D | 2011-Jun-24
  9. 89.
    Copiers, printers, and scanners typically use a subsystem known as a “document feeder” to feed sheets of paper for either printing or scanning purposes. One specific type of document feeding mechanism is generically known as a fully active retard (FAR) feeder. This idea proposes an improvement to the existing known...
    IPCOM000208192D | 2011-Jun-24
  10. 90.
    Document scanners, such as those typically found in a Multifunction Printer (MFP) have two methods to scan documents. In one scenario, an original document is moved past a scanning head that is stationary in a Constant Velocity Transport (CVT) system. In another scenario, a platen glass is employed and the scanning...
    IPCOM000208191D | 2011-Jun-24