WO/2015/072991 UV-ABSORBERS FOR OPHTHALMIC LENS MATERIALS||WO||21.05.2015|
||PCT/US2013/069998||NOVARTIS AG||LAREDO, Walter, R.|
UV absorbing compounds that are effective in blocking UV and short- wavelength blue light are disclosed. The UV absorbing compounds are particularly suitable for use in intraocular lens materials.
WO/2015/072974 FLUX FORMULATIONS||WO||21.05.2015|
||PCT/US2013/069672||ALPHA METALS, INC.||PUJARI, Narahari|
Flux formulations that remain pliable and tack- free after deposition are disclosed. In certain examples, the flux comprises a first component and an effective amount of a second component to provide a pliable flux after deposition. The flux may also include activators, plasticizers, surface active agents and other components.
WO/2015/072960 X COLONY GAME SYSTEMS||WO||21.05.2015|
||PCT/US2013/069568||ALEXE, Sorin||ALEXE, Sorin|
X Colony Game Systems is a specially designed puzzle-like, brain-teasing game with an objective being to assembly 2 dimensional paper pieces into 3 dimensional shapes and to construct intricate modules in geometrical forms. The geometrical forms may increase in complexity as users advance in the game.
WO/2015/073012 DOWNHOLE TOOL METHODS AND SYSTEMS WITH VARIABLE IMPEDANCE CONTROL||WO||21.05.2015|
||PCT/US2013/070158||HALLIBURTON ENERGY SERVICES, INC.||TRAN, Thanh, T.|
A disclosed method includes outputting, by an electrical component residing in a downhole tool, a clocked digital output. The method also includes adjusting, by a variable impedance circuit external to the electrical component, an impedance value in series with the clocked digital output as a function of temperature.
WO/2015/073032 OPTIMIZING FLOW CONTROL DEVICE PROPERTIES ON A PRODUCER WELL IN COUPLED INJECTOR-PRODUCER LIQUID FLOODING SYSTEMS||WO||21.05.2015|
||PCT/US2013/070401||LANDMARK GRAPHICS CORPORATION||FILIPPOV, Andrey|
The disclosed embodiments include a computer implemented method, apparatus, and computer program product that includes executable instructions that when executed performs operations for method for determining flow control device (FCD) properties for a production well in coupled injector-producer liquid flooding systems that yields a uniform flooding front along the production well.
WO/2015/073036 SELECTNG A TASK OR A SOLUTION||WO||21.05.2015|
||PCT/US2013/070418||HEWLETT-PACKARD DEVELOPMENT COMPANY, L.P.||BALESTRIERI, Filippo|
An example method for selecting a task from a plurality of tasks is provided in accordance with an aspect of the present disclosure. The method includes transforming a probabilistic outcome of each task from a predetermined group of tasks to a reference outcome by replacing a probability distribution over values for each of a plurality of dimensions associated with the outcome of a task with a calculated value. The method also includes determining a subgroup of tasks from the predetermined group of tasks based on a comparison of the calculated values, using the calculated values to calculate a utility level for each of the tasks in the subgroup, and selecting a task among the subgroup of tasks.
WO/2015/073046 EVENT-DRIVEN AUTOMATION TESTING FOR MOBILE DEVICES||WO||21.05.2015|
||PCT/US2013/070588||HEWLETT-PACKARD DEVELOPMENT COMPANY, L.P.||WALDMAN, Dori|
Example embodiments relate to automation testing for mobile devices. Instructions executable by a processor of a mobile device may include test policy receiving instructions to receive a test policy from a test server. The test policy may be created or configured by a user of the test server. The instructions executable by the processor may include event listening instructions to detect an event of the mobile device. The event may be defined in the test policy. The instructions executable by the processor may include test initiating instruction to cause an automation test to run on the mobile device when the event is detected. The automation test and its association with the event may both defined in the test policy.
WO/2015/072997 REDUCTION OF GLARE IN AUGMENTED REALITY||WO||21.05.2015|
||PCT/US2013/070028||EMPIRE TECHNOLOGY DEVELOPMENT, LLC||RUSSELL, Jake, Armstrong|
Technologies are generally described for methods and systems effective to reduce glare in augmented reality. In some examples, a method for producing a modified image of an object may include receiving first image data. The first image data may correspond to a first light reflected from the object through a clear filter. The method may further include receiving second image data. The second image data may correspond to a second light reflected from the object through a polarized filter. The method may further include combining the first image data and the second image data to generate modified image data. The method may further include producing the modified image of the object based on the modified image data. The method may further include rendering the modified image on an augmented reality display. The modified image may be different from the first image and different from the second image.
WO/2015/072990 GRAVEL PACKING APPARATUS HAVING OPTIMIZED FLUID HANDLING||WO||21.05.2015|
||PCT/US2013/069997||HALLIBURTON ENERGY SERVICES, INC.||VEIT, Jan|
A gravel packing apparatus includes a base pipe having at least one opening in a sidewall portion thereof. A fluid filtration subassembly is positioned exteriorly of the base pipe and is in fluid communication with the at least one opening of the base pipe. The fluid filtration subassembly extends partially circumferentially around the base pipe and has at least two circumferential terminuses defining a circumferential gap therebetween. A slurry delivery subassembly is positioned exteriorly of the base pipe and at least partially within the circumferential gap.
WO/2015/072959 SAFETY TAIL COMB||WO||21.05.2015|
||PCT/US2013/069540||CORBROWSKI LLC||ZEBROWSKA, Agnieszka|
A safety tail comb is provided, which allows safe storage of a tail comb in a pocket, for example. The safety tail comb is configured with a tail section that pivots into an elongated cavity dimensioned to receive the tail section. Alternatively, the tail section is configured to slideably retract into an elongated cavity formed in the spine of a toothed portion of the safety tail comb.