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Using various embodiments, methods, systems, and apparatuses for controlling a camera pivoting device (e.g., mechanical gimbal) are described. In one embodiment, the system comprises a main computing device, a gimbal stabilizer controller, and a computer vision camera, and/or a user camera. The system is able to track a target object using the computer vision camera even while the target object is moving, the base of the pivoting device is moving (e.g., when a user controlling the camera moves), or a combination of thereof. The camera pivoting device of the embodiments disclosed herein can be mounted on to any number of devices/objects that can provide mobility and/or transportation.


Patent
Reflex Inc. | Date: 2010-04-14

There is provided a mating clip for securing a connection between an optical connector and an optical port of a hybrid optically enabled integrated circuit package, the optical connector having an optical cable end to which is attached an optical cable and having a connector end opposite the optical cable end, the mating clip comprising: a cover for substantially covering the optical connector, the cover comprising an opening to permit passage of the optical cable; an S-shaped curved feature extending from the cover and for applying a force against the optical cable end; and a hook-shaped feature extending from the cover in the direction of the connector end of the optical connector and for securing an assembly formed by the mating clip and the optical connector to the optical port; wherein, in the securing of mating clip/optical connector assembly, the hook-shaped feature interacts with at least one of a notch internal to the hybrid optically enabled integrated circuit package; and a protrusion on the optical port.


Patent
Reflex Inc. | Date: 2010-10-27

Disclosed is a unitary product cushioning device for supporting shock sensitive products during transport in an exterior container, comprising a product support region having a platform; a flap hingedly connected on either side of the product support region for folding upwards and towards the product support region; a plurality of ribs on each flap and product support region, the ribs defining product-supporting cavities therebetween for receiving and supporting the products; a cutout between each flap and product support region. Fold stops may hingedly connect each flap and product support region, the fold stop being angled to facilitate folding of the flap towards the product support region to form a generally U shape in the exterior container.


Methods, devices and systems are described for decreasing the activity of the sympathetic nervous innervation to and from the lungs and the vessels supplying the lungs to treat pulmonary medical conditions such as asthma. In one embodiment, the method may involve advancing an intravascular instrument to a target location in a blood vessel within the intercostal vasculature to ablate either or both the sympathetic afferent and efferent nerves lying within the paravertebral gutter including the visceral fibers that travel to the cardiothoracic cavity and abdominopelvic viscera and the T1 to T4/5 sympathetic chain. In another embodiment, an intravascular instrument may be advanced to the bronchial vessels to ablate either or both the sympathetic afferent and efferent nerves in and around the posterior pulmonary plexus. In one embodiment the ablative agent is a neurolytic agent delivered in a gel. This approach may be utilized to treat other cardiac and pulmonary diseases.


Patent
Reflex Inc. | Date: 2012-01-04

A method for manufacturing an optical connector, comprising:embedding a length of at least one optical fiber in a body to form an assembly using bonding material;placing a wax covered plate (18) over said at least one optical fiber and pressing it against the assembly to remove some of said bonding material;removing said plate (18) and any remaining wax (80) by heating the assembly at or above the melting point of said wax; andwherein the curvature of said at least one fiber allows a lensing effect to aid in the coupling of light.


A product cushioning structure for supporting a shock sensitive product in an outer packaging container having a plurality of container walls has at least two interconnected outer container-contacting panels for supporting and stabilizing the cushioning structure within the outer packaging container in at least two mutually perpendicular directions. At least two inner product-supporting panels support the shock sensitive product within the cushioning structure. Intermediate wall sections extend between the outer container-contacting panels and the inner product-supporting panels. The intermediate wall sections, outer container-contacting panels and inner product-supporting panels are made of a stiff paper-board material and are joined together to form box-like cells between the respective inner product-supporting panels and outer container-contacting panels. The cells are crushable to provide shock absorption support to the product during shock loading conditions. They are arranged in or foldable into a mutually angled configuration so that the cushioning structure provides shock absorption support to the product during shock loading conditions in at least two mutually perpendicular directions. The box-like cells may comprise an open box-like component formed by the intermediate wall sections and the inner product-supporting panels, and a unitary planar component formed by the outer container-contacting panels. The unitary planar component is bonded to the open box-like component at the periphery thereof to inhibit splaying of the intermediate wall sections in the presence of a shock loading in a direction normal to the inner product-supporting panels.


Patent
Reflex Inc. | Date: 2013-05-30

There is described an optical connector comprising a casing having a hollow body and at least one aperture at one end thereof, at least one optical fiber having an outer surface and a fiber end and extending inside the hollow body of the casing along a longitudinal direction thereof, a connector assembly supporting the at least one optical fiber in the casing and aligning the fiber end with the at least one aperture, and an optical monitoring device comprising at least one photodetector in proximity to the fiber end of the at least one optical fiber and adapted to detect naturally leaked light from the fiber end. An optical monitoring device and a method for monitoring optical power in an optical connector are also described.


Patent
Reflex Inc. | Date: 2010-12-01

The present document describes an optical interconnect module for interfacing optical fibers. An optical interconnect module in accordance with an embodiment comprises a casing including a projection and an optical sub-assembly including an interlock portion for receiving the projection of the casing. The optical sub-assembly carries a plurality of optical fibers, and couples face to face with an optical cable assembly for aligning the corresponding fibers together. The optical cable assembly is usually provided in an optical cable connector, along with a spring which compresses when the optical cable connector is inserted in the optical interconnect module. The pressure provided by the spring is transmitted to the optical sub-assembly. The optical sub-assembly applies this pressure to the projection received in the notch thereof for maintaining a tight engagement with the optical cable assembly. With this arrangement it is possible shorten the optical sub-assembly, save circuit board space and reduce the length of the optical fibers, which results in optical interconnect modules which may achieve high speed short-reach optical data connectivity in a small form factor and at low cost.


Trademark
Reflex Inc. | Date: 2016-03-25

Electronic devices related to consumer health care, namely, body weight scales, food scales, and pedometers. Medical devices for treating sleep disorders, namely, sleep monitors, pulse oximeters, and blood pressure monitors.


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