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Correlating captured images and timed 3D event data

A method for correlating tracking data associated with an activity occurring in a three-dimensional space with images captured within the space comprises the steps of: (a) locating a camera with respect to the three-dimensional space, wherein the camera at a given location has a determinable orientation and field of view that encompasses at least a portion of the space; (b) capturing a plurality of images with the camera and storing data corresponding to the images, including a capture time for each image; (c) capturing tracking data from identification tags attached to the people and/or objects within the space and storing the tracking data, including a tag capture time for each time that a tag is remotely accessed; (d) correlating each image and the tracking data by interrelating tracking data having a tag capture time in substantial correspondence with the capture time of each image, thereby generating track data corresponding to each image; (e) utilizing the track data to determine positions of the people and/or objects within the three dimensional space at the capture time of each image; and (f) utilizing the location and orientation of the camera to determine the portion of the space captured in each image and thereby reduce the track data to a track data subset corresponding to people and/or objects positioned within the portion of space captured in each image.

Operating system utilizing a selectively concealed multi-function wall station transmitter with an auto-close function for a motorized barrier operator

An operating system which utilizes a multi-functional wall station for a motorized barrier includes an operator for controlling movement of a barrier between various positions. The operator may receive signals from a wireless or wired wall station transmitter, a wireless keyless entry device and/or a portable remote transmitter device. The multi-function wall station provides for selective concealment of certain switches or buttons which are not commonly used in the day-to-day operation of a wall station. For example, the up/down switch may be actuated by a hinged cover which conceals other selected operational buttons and wherein those operational buttons are only accessed upon opening of the hinged cover. The wall station also provides a periodic lighting element so as to easily direct the user to push the hinge cover to initiate up/down movement of the barrier. The multi-function wall station also provides for an operational selection wherein the door may be closed in a normal manner; by an auto-close feature, wherein the door closes after a predetermined period of time; or a RF block mode, wherein the station prevents transmission of any remote radio frequency signals to the operating system. The auto-close feature may only be enabled upon actuation of a keyless entry device so as to allow the user to re-enter the garage in the unfortunate circumstance of being locked out of the garage.

Foreign language teaching tool

ActiveUS7085707B2Preserve literary qualityEasily identifyNatural language data processingElectrical appliancesTeaching toolLanguage translation
The present invention, foreign language teaching tool (FLTT), is a language translation tool that slowly introduces the student to different words in the foreign language while the student is reading a familiar text. The preferred embodiment of FLTT is on an e-book, but FLTT can be adapted to printed hard-copy texts. FLTT starts with an original text in the student's native language and analyzes and translates the original text using a primary translation process. In the primary translation process, the original text is broken down into different grammatical units and then translated using a commercial computer translation package. A bilingual literature specialist then reviews the translated text and makes any necessary corrections in order to preserve the literary quality of the original text. Products of the primary translation process are an electronic copy of the original text, an electronic copy of the translated text, a correlation index showing a word-by-word and sentence-by-sentence correlation of the two texts, and grammatical unit index showing the grammatical unit breakdown of the two texts. In the secondary translation process, the foreign and original texts and the correlation and grammatical unit indices are downloaded to an e-book. The student specifies the order, rate and frequency of introduction of foreign grammatical units. The secondary translation process uses these criteria to create a partially translated text, in which foreign words are used sparingly at first, but the amount and frequency of the foreign words increases throughout the course of the book. The reader is able to easily identify the words as they are used in the context of the reader's native language. Furthermore, the reader is previously familiar with the storyline as the invention uses a text which is available to the student in his/her native language. Alternative embodiments are disclosed including a printed version of the present invention.
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