Google's U.S. patent application 20190124318—initially doled out to Lytro, an American engineer of light-field cameras, before it went outdated in Walk 2018—was distributed in April 2019. Google is effectively taking a shot at ideas building Computer Virtual Reality (VR) and Augmented Reality (AR) and has spun out items like Fantasy, ARCore, Cardboard, Bounce, Tilt Brush and Hinders, all of which profit by light field innovation. CNET detailed a year ago that various Lytro representatives were making a beeline for Google after Lytro collapsed, and that Google would probably get some Lytro licenses.

A Glance at Google’s Patent Applications for Light Field Innovation

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“The global market size for virtual and augmented reality has reached $20.4 billion and its projected economic impact by 2020 is $15.6 billion. To harness that growth for its own benefit, Google will have to innovate.” Google’s U.S. patent application 20190124318—initially doled out to Lytro, an American developer of light-field cameras, before it went outdated […]

Nintendo Stays Concentrated on Growing Its IP

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Nintendo is focusing on its basic strategy of expanding the number of people who have access to its intellectual property (IP), company president Shuntaro Furukawa said during a recent financial results briefing. Toward that end, Furukawa said Nintendo will continue pursuing the design and development of “unique products and services that are overwhelmingly fun to play and whose appeal is easy […]

Inclusion of the continuous patent change banter in the Senate Legal executive Board of trustees by the prominent press has been doomsayer and to a great extent wrong. For instance, even just yesterday—five days after the last hearing on patent qualification change finished up—the top story in Google's patent alarm results was “Corporations shouldn’t be able to patent your DNA,” which leads with the sentence, “The practice of patenting genes, once banned by the Supreme Court, may come back soon despite a measure of horror the very idea once inspired.”

The Best way to Counter False Cases on Patent Change is to Enter the Discussion

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Inclusion of the continuous patent change banter in the Senate Legal executive Board of trustees by the prominent press has been doomsayer and to a great extent wrong. For instance, even just yesterday—five days after the last hearing on patent qualification change finished up—the top story in Google’s patent alarm results was “Corporations shouldn’t be […]