Patents by Inventor Arushi Jain

Arushi Jain has filed for patents to protect the following inventions. This listing includes patent applications that are pending as well as patents that have already been granted by the United States Patent and Trademark Office (USPTO).

  • Patent number: 11106858
    Abstract: The present disclosure relates to systems, methods, and non-transitory computer-readable media that merge separate digital point text objects into a single merged digital text object while preserving the properties and original visual appearance associated with the digital text included therein. For example, the disclosed systems can determine point text character properties associated with the separate digital point text objects (e.g., rotations, baseline shifts, etc.). The disclosed systems can merge the separate digital point text objects into a single merged digital point text object and modify associated font character properties to reflect the determined point text character properties. Further, the disclosed systems can generate an area text object based on the merged digital point text object where the area text object includes the digital text and the font character properties.
    Type: Grant
    Filed: January 16, 2020
    Date of Patent: August 31, 2021
    Assignee: ADOBE INC.
    Inventors: Praveen Kumar Dhanuka, Arushi Jain, Matthew Fisher
  • Publication number: 20210224465
    Abstract: The present disclosure relates to systems, methods, and non-transitory computer-readable media that merge separate digital point text objects into a single merged digital text object while preserving the properties and original visual appearance associated with the digital text included therein. For example, the disclosed systems can determine point text character properties associated with the separate digital point text objects (e.g., rotations, baseline shifts, etc.). The disclosed systems can merge the separate digital point text objects into a single merged digital point text object and modify associated font character properties to reflect the determined point text character properties. Further, the disclosed systems can generate an area text object based on the merged digital point text object where the area text object includes the digital text and the font character properties.
    Type: Application
    Filed: January 16, 2020
    Publication date: July 22, 2021
    Inventors: Praveen Kumar Dhanuka, Arushi Jain, Matthew Fisher
  • Publication number: 20210224946
    Abstract: In implementations of precise glyph transformations as editable text, a computing device implements a transformation system to generate bounding boxes for a first glyph and a second glyph of multiple glyphs. The bounding boxes are concatenated as a multiple glyph bounding box for the multiple glyphs. The transformation system receives a user input defining a transformation of the multiple glyph bounding box relative to an object, and the system maps the transformation of the multiple glyph bounding box to the bounding boxes for the first glyph and the second glyph. The multiple glyphs are rendered in a user interface as the editable text having the transformation based on the mapping.
    Type: Application
    Filed: January 22, 2020
    Publication date: July 22, 2021
    Applicant: Adobe Inc.
    Inventors: Arushi Jain, Praveen Kumar Dhanuka, Ashish Jain
  • Patent number: 11069027
    Abstract: In implementations of precise glyph transformations as editable text, a computing device implements a transformation system to generate bounding boxes for a first glyph and a second glyph of multiple glyphs. The bounding boxes are concatenated as a multiple glyph bounding box for the multiple glyphs. The transformation system receives a user input defining a transformation of the multiple glyph bounding box relative to an object, and the system maps the transformation of the multiple glyph bounding box to the bounding boxes for the first glyph and the second glyph. The multiple glyphs are rendered in a user interface as the editable text having the transformation based on the mapping.
    Type: Grant
    Filed: January 22, 2020
    Date of Patent: July 20, 2021
    Assignee: Adobe Inc.
    Inventors: Arushi Jain, Praveen Kumar Dhanuka, Ashish Jain
  • Publication number: 20210141464
    Abstract: Systems and methods provide for replacing a default glyph in text displayed by an application with a preferred glyph. A preferred glyph is selected and the character value, glyph ID and font of the preferred glyph are extracted from the preferred glyph. The character value of the preferred glyph is then mapped to the glyph ID and font, which is then stored in a priority glyph set. A user can then input text into a document normally using default glyphs of a font. If it is determined that a character value associated with a default glyph is included in the priority glyph set, the default glyph is replaced by a preferred glyph. Additionally, suggestion glyphs may be presented to a user based on, at least, the character value, glyph ID, and font of a selected glyph.
    Type: Application
    Filed: November 7, 2019
    Publication date: May 13, 2021
    Inventors: Arushi JAIN, Praveen Kumar DHANUKA
  • Publication number: 20210133477
    Abstract: Systems, methods, and non-transitory computer-readable media are disclosed for determining a glyph and a font from a vector outline by applying various combinations of hash-based querying, path-descriptor matching, or anchor-point matching. For example, the disclosed systems can select a subset of candidate glyphs for a vector outline based on (i) comparing hash keys of candidate glyphs with a point-order-agnostic hash key corresponding to the vector outline and (ii) comparing a path descriptor for a primary path of the vector outline to path descriptors corresponding to candidate glyphs. By further comparing anchor points between the vector outline and the subset of candidate glyphs, the disclosed systems can select both a glyph and a font matching the vector outline.
    Type: Application
    Filed: November 6, 2019
    Publication date: May 6, 2021
    Inventors: Praveen Kumar Dhanuka, Matthew Fisher, Arushi Jain
  • Patent number: 10970458
    Abstract: Techniques are disclosed for clustering text. The techniques may be employed to cluster text blocks that are received in either sequential reading order or arbitrary order. A methodology implementing the techniques according to an embodiment includes receiving text blocks comprising elements that may include one or more of glyphs, characters, and/or words. The method further includes determining an order of the received text blocks as one of arbitrary order or sequential reading order. Text blocks received in sequential reading order progress from left to right and from top to bottom for horizontal oriented text, and from top to bottom and left to right for vertical oriented text. The method further includes performing z-order text clustering in response to determining that the received text blocks are in sequential reading order and performing sorted order text clustering in response to determining that the received text blocks are not in sequential reading order.
    Type: Grant
    Filed: June 25, 2020
    Date of Patent: April 6, 2021
    Assignee: Adobe Inc.
    Inventors: Praveen Kumar Dhanuka, Matthew Fisher, Arushi Jain
  • Publication number: 20210042381
    Abstract: Methods, systems, and non-transitory computer readable storage media are disclosed for selectively modifying live digital vector glyphs. For example, the disclosed system can use a vector description of a live vector glyph having a plurality of regions defined by a plurality of paths to determine a vector document object model including style information for the paths. The disclosed system can extract a color for a selected region from the style information for the paths (e.g., from a stylesheet) and then change the extracted color to a selected color. After modifying the color, the disclosed system can then generate an updated vector description with the modified region color and render the updated live vector glyph at a client device. The disclosed system thus updates the live vector glyph while maintaining the glyph as a live glyph.
    Type: Application
    Filed: August 8, 2019
    Publication date: February 11, 2021
    Inventors: Nirmal Kumawat, Praveen Kumar Dhanuka, Arushi Jain
  • Publication number: 20200151944
    Abstract: Techniques are described for identifying a plurality of objects associated with a clipping mask and available for display in a user interface of a digital media editor, identifying, for each of the plurality of objects, a bounding box surrounding a respective object in the plurality of objects, each bounding box defining a plurality of anchor points configured to generate alignment guides for the respective object. The techniques may also includes determining, for each object, visible portions that are within a boundary defined by the clipping mask, determining a plurality of locations in which at least one bounding box intersects with the clipping mask within the visible portions, and triggering, in the user interface, modification of the at least one bounding box in at least one of the plurality of locations to reduce the at least one bounding box to terminate on at least one of the plurality of locations.
    Type: Application
    Filed: November 12, 2018
    Publication date: May 14, 2020
    Inventors: Arushi Jain, Bhavna Saluja
  • Patent number: 10650576
    Abstract: Techniques are described for identifying a plurality of objects associated with a clipping mask and available for display in a user interface of a digital media editor, identifying, for each of the plurality of objects, a bounding box surrounding a respective object in the plurality of objects, each bounding box defining a plurality of anchor points configured to generate alignment guides for the respective object. The techniques may also includes determining, for each object, visible portions that are within a boundary defined by the clipping mask, determining a plurality of locations in which at least one bounding box intersects with the clipping mask within the visible portions, and triggering, in the user interface, modification of the at least one bounding box in at least one of the plurality of locations to reduce the at least one bounding box to terminate on at least one of the plurality of locations.
    Type: Grant
    Filed: November 12, 2018
    Date of Patent: May 12, 2020
    Assignee: Adobe Inc.
    Inventors: Arushi Jain, Bhavna Saluja
  • Patent number: 10540741
    Abstract: Certain embodiments involve angular snapping of a target graphical object to a position in a digital artboard. For instance, a computing system determines a reference angle identifying an orientation of a target graphical object to be placed within an input graphic. The computing system also defines a tolerance region that overlaps the target graphical object and extends along an axis parallel to the reference angle. The computing system determines that at least two graphical objects are within the tolerance region. The computing system computes, for the target graphical object, a placement position on the axis. The placement position is computed based on a distance between the reference graphical objects. The computing system updates the graphical interface by placing the target graphical object within the input graphic at the placement position.
    Type: Grant
    Filed: June 4, 2018
    Date of Patent: January 21, 2020
    Assignee: Adobe Inc.
    Inventors: Praveen Kumar Dhanuka, Arushi Jain
  • Publication number: 20190370931
    Abstract: Certain embodiments involve angular snapping of a target graphical object to a position in a digital artboard. For instance, a computing system determines a reference angle identifying an orientation of a target graphical object to be placed within an input graphic. The computing system also defines a tolerance region that overlaps the target graphical object and extends along an axis parallel to the reference angle. The computing system determines that at least two graphical objects are within the tolerance region. The computing system computes, for the target graphical object, a placement position on the axis. The placement position is computed based on a distance between the reference graphical objects. The computing system updates the graphical interface by placing the target graphical object within the input graphic at the placement position.
    Type: Application
    Filed: June 4, 2018
    Publication date: December 5, 2019
    Inventors: Praveen Kumar Dhanuka, Arushi Jain