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RotoView® Smart Scroll Intellectual Property
Since Dr. David
Feinstein invented RotoView in the late 1990s, INNOVENTIONS pioneered the idea
of tilt-based smart scroll for hand held devices. In fact, we have been
promoting this technology for many years before the
invention of the iPhone or the Wii game controller.
With the emergence
of smart phones and the appearance of accelerometers, gyroscopes and magnetic
sensors in all modern personal media devices, the RotoView patent portfolio (US
patents 6,466,198 and 6,933,923, European patent EP1290672 in France, Germany,
the UK and Italy) is a valuable asset whose time has come.
The RotoView IP
is highly regarded as the basic patent portfolio for tilt-based display
navigation. As of July 2012, our US6,466,198 and US6,933,923 patents have been
cited as prior art in 170
separate US patents. The RotoView IP also covers the use of orientation
sensors (e.g. accelerometers and gyroscopes) to control the background view
changes in gaming. We are offering this IP for sale. If your company makes
smart phones or other mobile devices you should consider purchasing (or
licensing) this IP and gain that crucial edge in today's competitive market.
For purchasing or
licensing information, please contact Scott LaRoche, 1-281-879-6226,
firstname.lastname@example.org for more details.
"INNOVATIVE PRODUCTS FROM INVENTIVE MINDS" ©2013 INNOVENTIONS, INC. All
Wii is a registered trademark of Nintendo Corporation.
iPhone is a trademark of Apple Inc. RotoView and INNOVENTIONS are registered
trademarks of INNOVENTIONS, Inc.
RotoView patents are available for
purchase or licensing.
|"Some ideas are so simple, when you first hear of them you
think, 'Now why didn't I think of that?' RotoView is one such
|"Here's a technology that could put a new spin on moving and
shaking... Don't be surprised if you see people waving their PDAs
|"Everyone is on the move. And a Houston, Texas-based firm
believes it has the tilt-to-navigate technology that manufacturers need to
enable products for the PDA and smart phone market. Theyve actually had
the technology for some time but the market and the pricing are finally
coming together to make a better business case for their tilt-to-navigate