||WO||WO/2010/095443 - RECORDING MEDIUM, REPRODUCTION DEVICE, AND INTEGRATED CIRCUIT||26.08.2010||
||PCT/JP2010/001055||PANASONIC CORPORATION||SASAKI, Taiji|
Provided is a recording medium capable of seamless connection with stream data arranged before a long jump originating point such as a layer boundary as a forward playitem, and with stream data arranged after the long jump originating point as a backward playitem. A 2D reproduction dedicated block (Ln2D) is arranged following a 3D extent block in which a depth map data block, a right view data block, and a left view data block are interleaved, and the 3D extent block including a 3D reproduction dedicated block (L3SS) is arranged between the 2D reproduction dedicated block (Ln2D) and a long jump point (LB). The 2D reproduction dedicated block (Ln2D) and the 3D reproduction dedicated block (L3SS) have the same content.
||WO||WO/2010/089994 - RECORDING MEDIUM, REPRODUCTION DEVICE, AND INTEGRATED CIRCUIT||12.08.2010||
||PCT/JP2010/000608||PANASONIC CORPORATION||SASAKI, Taiji|
A recording medium includes a base view stream and a dependent view stream. The base view stream is utilized for the reproduction of a planar view image. The dependent view stream is utilized for the reproduction of a stereoscopic view image in combination with the base view stream. The recording medium further includes a first file and a second file. The first file refers to the base view stream during the reproduction of the planar view image. The second file refers to the base view stream during the reproduction of the stereoscopic view image.
||WO||WO/2010/032404 - RECORDING MEDIUM, REPRODUCTION DEVICE, AND INTEGRATED CIRCUIT||25.03.2010||
||PCT/JP2009/004494||PANASONIC CORPORATION||SASAKI, Taiji|
In a recording medium, a 3D/2D-shared region is followed by a 3D-dedicated region and a 2D-dedicated region. The 3D/2D-shared region is a continuous region in which respective extents of a base view stream file and a dependent view stream file are alternately arranged and which is accessed during both of the 3D image reproduction and the 2D image reproduction. The 3D-dedicated region is a continuous region where extents following respective parts of the both stream files recorded in the 3D/2D-shared region are alternately arranged and which region is accessed immediately before a long jump caused during reproduction of a 3D image. The 2D-dedicated region is a continuous region in which the extent of the base view stream file recorded in the 3D-dedicated region is copied and which is accessed immediately before a long jump caused during reproduction of a 2D image.
||WO||WO/2010/016311 - BRAKE ACTUATOR WITH PARKING BRAKE||11.02.2010||
||PCT/JP2009/059196||MITSUBISHI HEAVY INDUSTRIES, LTD.||FURUTANI, Hideki|
A brake actuator (1) provided with a housing member (2), a piston, an urging means mounted between the housing member (2) and the piston, a rod member (3) mounted in an inner space of the piston, a tubular member (4) connected to the piston, a parking piston (5) mounted to the tubular member (4), and an urging means (7) for parking, mounted between the housing member (2) and the parking piston (5). In the tubular member (4) are formed a first recess (9) extending in the direction of the axis of the tubular member (4) and a second recess (10) extending in the circumferential direction from the first recess (9). A ball (12) is mounted between the tubular member (4) and the parking piston (5). When the parking piston (5) is rotated in the circumferential direction, the ball (12) moves from the second recess (10) to the first recess (9).
||WO||WO/2010/014331 - SYSTEM AND METHOD FOR CONTROLLING A VEHICLE ON FIXED PATH||04.02.2010||
||PCT/US2009/049141||UNIVERSAL CITY STUDIOS LLLP||KING, Steven, Morris|
A system for confirming authorization of a operator for controlling a vehicle on fixed paths, the system having at least one ride vehicle with an onboard control system being configured to confirm operator authorization prior to allowing operator control thereof and an electronic device dimensioned and configured to be supported by an operator, the electronic device being further configured to remotely authorize operator control of the onboard control system. A method for confirming authorization of an operator for controlling a vehicle on fixed paths is also provided.
||WO||WO/2010/005508 - QUICK CHANGE NOZZLE||14.01.2010||
||PCT/US2009/003860||SENNINGER IRRIGATION INC.||LAWYER, Jerry, D.|
An irrigation sprinkler apparatus has a rapid change nozzle (14) which allows the changing of a nozzle (14) without the use of tools or any disassemble of the sprinkler head (10). The rapid change nozzle (14) slides into a window (17) in the side of the sprinkler head (10) and latches into place.
||WO||WO/2010/005466 - BIOSENSOR FEATURING CONFINEMENT OF DEPOSITED MATERIAL AND INTRA-WELL SELF-REFERENCING||14.01.2010||
||PCT/US2009/003541||SRU BIOSYSTEMS, INC.||SCHULZ, Stephen, C.|
A test device includes one or more sample wells and a biosensor placed in the well. The biosensor includes structural features promoting confinement of a deposited material, e.g., surface chemistry material, to stay within a specified predetermined area in the well. The biosensor is also constructed with two or more distinct spatial regions exhibiting different resonance values ("peak wavelength values" or PWV). One of the distinct spatial regions encompasses the specified predetermined area where the material is deposited and exhibits resonance at PWVl. A distinct spatial region surrounding the specified predetermined area exhibits resonance at PWV2. A buffer zone may be provided between the two areas. The device enables detection of lower analyte concentrations and improves intra- well self-referencing capability for the biosensor.
||WO||WO/2010/002444 - SORBENT COMPRISING ACTIVATED CARBON PARTICLES, SULFUR AND METAL CATALYST||07.01.2010||
||PCT/US2009/003870||CORNING INCORPORATED||GADKAREE, Kishor, P|
Sorbents comprising activated carbon particles, sulfur, and metal catalyst. The sorbents may be used, for example, for the removal of a contaminant, such as mercury, from a fluid stream.
||WO||WO/2009/151709 - SPIRAL WOUND MEMBRANE MODULE FOR FORWARD OSMOTIC USE||17.12.2009||
||PCT/US2009/037817||YALE UNIVERSITY||MCGINNIS, Robert, L.|
A spiral wound membrane module for forward osmotic use is disclosed. The membrane module may generally include a forward osmosis membrane in a spiral wound configuration. The module may include two inlets and two outlets, and may define first and second fluid flow paths. The inlets to each of the fluid flow paths may be generally isolated so as to prevent mixing. In some embodiments, the membrane module may include a distributer region and a collector region.
||WO||WO/2009/142791 - PROCESS OF MANUFACTURING CEMENT BASED ARMOR PANELS||26.11.2009||
||PCT/US2009/035433||UNITED STATES GYPSUM COMPANY||FRANK, William, A.|
A process for making a fiber reinforced cementitious product such as a panel which hardens to an ultra-high compressive strength composite for use in making panels with ballistic and blast resistant properties. The panel has a continuous phase resulting from curing an aqueous mixture, in the absence of silica flour, of inorganic cement binder, inorganic mineral filler having a particle size of about 150-450 microns, pozzolanic mineral filler, and polycarboxylate based superplasticizer self-leveling agent, and water. The mixture may also include alkanolamine and acid or acid salt. The continuous phase may be reinforced with fiber distributed in the continuous phase before curing to form a panel. The panel may be reinforced with a fiber reinforced skin attached to at least one surface of the core, e.g., by lamination with an adhesive, e.g., epoxy, to form a ballistic and blast resistant cementitious armor panel.