“Video Game Including User Determined Location Information”

IPApproch, LLC is pleased to present the exclusive patents for sale “Video Game Including User Determined Location Information” which includes U.S. patents US 9,802,127 B2 & US 8,715,087 B2 assigned to Rouille David. The IP relates to mechanisms and techniques that provide a video game incorporating a user's physical location as part of the game environment.

The technology disclosed provides the following  advantages:

  • It helps the user of the video game experiences objects from the users entered location while playing the video game.
  • Provides an entirely new and entertaining form of game playing.
  • It allows the user to experience his or her desired location in the video game.
  • The user can move to another location, and experience the game in the new location.
  • The user experiences objects from his desired environment in the video game.

Global market of mobile gaming is estimated to grow from USD 68.5 billion in 2019 to USD 152.26 billion by 2027, at a CAGR of 10.5% during the forecast period.

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“SYSTEM AND METHODS FOR IMAGE/VIDEO COMPRESSION”

IPApproach LLC is pleased to present (1) the exclusive patent for sale along with (2) appropriate image file compression/decompression code written in C++ to convert from/to any bitmap file of BMP format for both, row-by-row and whole image compression/decompression. U.S. granted patent titled “System and methods for image/video compression” and patent number US 10271057 B2 assigned to Vahagn Nurijanyan. The IP relates to a method/system for image and video encoding and compression.

 The technology disclosed provides the following advantages:

  • This technique makes possible to have single image filing / transmission format for any kind of images, and file format based on this image compression technique could compete with any image file format (JPEG, PNG, etc.).
  • With this compression technique, pixel lines in an image could be treated as single compressible units.  This allows the image to be compressed, transmitted and decoded in a line-by-line fashion (see below).
  • Image lines or groups of image lines could be encoded/decoded simultaneously and independently, by parallel processing. 
  • Suitable for all types of images:  true color – RGB and CMYK (for printers), grayscale and indexed color modes. 
  • Achieve lossless compression rate which is always significantly better and compressing /decompressing speed is faster than for JPEG2000 / JPEG-LS or PNG formats (currently the best lossless image compression formats).

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"Microwave Imaging Device"

IPApproach LLC is pleased to present the exclusive patents for sale “MICROWAVE IMAGING DEVICE” which includes U.S. Patents US9111334 B2, US9704275 B2, US9386936 B2, US15/177,511, US9869641 B2, US 15/950,496, US 15/342,368, US9450304 B1  and US9504404 B1 assigned to ELLUMEN Inc. The IP relates to microwave imaging technology.

The technology disclosed provides the following advantages:

  • Microwave imaging apparatus for completely imaging the human body (or portions) in sufficient detail to render a timely and accurate medical diagnosis by trained medical professionals.
  • Microwave imaging is safe, comfortable, and accurate method for the early detection of breast cancer.
  • The present system preferably includes a Digital Imaging and Communications in Medicine (DICOM) communications application to communicate with researchers in an industry standard format.
  • Insurance companies can access and communicate with the system via viewing location that includes a Data Collaboration application that provides for communications in insurance industry standards.
  • The desired output imaging format is a Hounsfield image which can be used in Computed Tomography (CT) studies.
  • Non-ionizing radiation is used to image the body so that the imaging process is safer for patients than traditional x-rays. 
  • A high-performance, broad-band antenna that is small enough to be used in an array for biomedical imaging, and that has an aperture large enough to allow operations in the 1 GHz to 2.7 GHz frequency ranges.
  • The present array preferably operates in the multi-static mode, wherein the transmitter is located at a different location than the multiple receivers.
  • The present antipodal Vivaldi antennas have exponential structures. 
  • The present antipodal Vivaldi antenna element, are specifically designed for low-edge frequencies (1 to 2 GHz).

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