Patents by Inventor David Arnone

David Arnone 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: 10403087
    Abstract: A gambling hybrid game with dynamic wager updating is disclosed. The gambling hybrid game includes an entertainment system engine that provides an entertainment game to a user, a real world engine that provides gambling games to one or more users, and a game world engine that monitors the entertainment game and provides gambling games when appropriate. The gambling hybrid game during the course of game play may dynamically update a wager amount to be placed on a gambling event in the gambling game.
    Type: Grant
    Filed: July 16, 2018
    Date of Patent: September 3, 2019
    Assignee: Gamblit Gaming, LLC
    Inventors: Miles Arnone, Eric Meyerhofer, David Chang
  • Publication number: 20190266841
    Abstract: A record display system includes an interactive controller configured to: communicate, to an application controller, application telemetry; display initial outcomes; receive a record indicating an official result of a series of wagers associated with the user interaction; and display the record; a wager controller constructed to: receive a wager request; determine a wager outcome; communicate the wager outcome; and communicate the record; and the application controller operatively connecting the interactive controller and the wager controller, and constructed to: receive the application telemetry; communicate the wager request; receive the wager outcome; receive the record; communicate the record, wherein the record comprises the official wager outcome.
    Type: Application
    Filed: May 7, 2019
    Publication date: August 29, 2019
    Inventors: Miles Arnone, Frank Cire, Clifford Kaylin, Eric Meyerhofer, David Chang, Caitlyn Ross
  • Patent number: 10395476
    Abstract: A gambling integrated game that includes an entertainment system engine that provides an entertainment game to a user, a real world engine that provides gambling games to one or more users, and a game world engine that monitors the entertainment game and provides gambling games when appropriate. The entertainment system engine provides an entertainment game that includes random events. When a random event occurs in the entertainment game, the entertainment system engine resolves the random event and provides the results of the random event to the game world engine. The game world engine receives the results of the random event and determines gambling results based upon the results of the random event.
    Type: Grant
    Filed: May 8, 2017
    Date of Patent: August 27, 2019
    Assignee: Gamblit Gaming, LLC
    Inventors: Miles Arnone, David Chang, Frank Cire, Eric Meyerhofer
  • Publication number: 20190236906
    Abstract: A selectable intermediate result interleaved wagering system is disclosed. The system includes an interactive controller operatively connected to an application controller, and constructed to: communicate application telemetry; receive an intermediate offer; communicate an indication to accept the intermediate offer; receive an application resource associated with the intermediate offer; and receive a wager outcome. The system also includes a wager controller operatively connected to the application controller, the wager controller constructed to: receive the wager request; generate a wager outcome; and communicate the wager outcome.
    Type: Application
    Filed: April 9, 2019
    Publication date: August 1, 2019
    Inventors: Miles Arnone, David Chang, Frank Cire, Eric Meyerhofer
  • Patent number: 10365158
    Abstract: A spectral imaging device (12) includes an image sensor (28), an illumination source (14), a refractive, optical element (24A), a mover assembly (24C) (29), and a control system (30). The image sensor (28) acquires data to construct a two-dimensional spectral image (13A) during a data acquisition time (346). The illumination source (14) generates an illumination beam (16) that illuminates the sample (10) to create a modified beam (16I) that follows a beam path (16B) from the sample (10) to the image sensor (28). During the data acquisition time (346), the control system (30) controls the illumination source (14) to generate the illumination beam (16), and controls the image sensor (28) to capture the data. Further, during the data acquisition time (346), an effective optical path segment (45) of the beam path (16B) is modulated.
    Type: Grant
    Filed: June 4, 2018
    Date of Patent: July 30, 2019
    Assignee: DAYLIGHT SOLUTIONS, INC.
    Inventors: Jeremy Rowlette, Edeline Fotheringham, William Chapman, Miles Weida, David Arnone
  • Patent number: 10319193
    Abstract: A mobile device for a gaming system is disclosed, the mobile device providing an interactive controller configured to: communicate application telemetry; receive a wager outcome; receive an application resource; initiate a bonus goal; communicate additional application telemetry; receive and display bonus wager outcome; a wager controller constructed to: receive the wager request; determine a wager outcome; communicate the wager outcome; receive bonus wager request; determine a bonus wager outcome; and communicate bonus wager outcome; and the application controller operatively connecting the mobile device and the wager controller, the application controller constructed to: receive application telemetry; determine whether to trigger a wager; communicating wager request; receive and communicate the wager outcome; determine and communicate the application resource; communicate a bonus goal offer; receive additional application telemetry; determine whether the bonus goal is achieved; generate and communicate bonu
    Type: Grant
    Filed: January 29, 2018
    Date of Patent: June 11, 2019
    Assignee: Gamblit Gaming, LLC
    Inventors: Miles Arnone, David Chang, Frank Cire, Eric Meyerhofer
  • Patent number: 10304289
    Abstract: A multi-state opportunity interleaved wagering system is disclosed.
    Type: Grant
    Filed: October 30, 2017
    Date of Patent: May 28, 2019
    Assignee: Gamblit Gaming, LLC
    Inventors: Miles Arnone, Frank Cire, Clifford Kaylin, Eric Meyerhofer, David Chang, Caitlyn Ross
  • Publication number: 20180283946
    Abstract: A spectral imaging device (12) includes an image sensor (28), an illumination source (14), a refractive, optical element (24A), a mover assembly (24C) (29), and a control system (30). The image sensor (28) acquires data to construct a two-dimensional spectral image (13A) during a data acquisition time (346). The illumination source (14) generates an illumination beam (16) that illuminates the sample (10) to create a modified beam (16I) that follows a beam path (16B) from the sample (10) to the image sensor (28). During the data acquisition time (346), the control system (30) controls the illumination source (14) to generate the illumination beam (16), and controls the image sensor (28) to capture the data. Further, during the data acquisition time (346), an effective optical path segment (45) of the beam path (16B) is modulated.
    Type: Application
    Filed: June 4, 2018
    Publication date: October 4, 2018
    Inventors: Jeremy Rowlette, Edeline Fotheringham, William Chapman, Miles Weida, David Arnone
  • Patent number: 9989412
    Abstract: A spectral imaging device (12) includes an image sensor (28), an illumination source (14), a refractive, optical element (24A), a mover assembly (24C) (29), and a control system (30). The image sensor (28) acquires data to construct a two-dimensional spectral image (13A) during a data acquisition time (346). The illumination source (14) generates an illumination beam (16) that illuminates the sample (10) to create a modified beam (16I) that follow a beam path (16B) from the sample (10) to the image sensor (28). The refractive, optical element (24A) is spaced apart a separation distance (42) from the sample (10) along the beam path (16B). During the data acquisition time (346), the control system (30) controls the illumination source (14) to generate the illumination beam (16), controls the mover assembly (29) (24C) to modulate the separation distance (42), and controls the image sensor (28) to capture the data.
    Type: Grant
    Filed: March 25, 2016
    Date of Patent: June 5, 2018
    Assignee: DAYLIGHT SOLUTIONS, INC.
    Inventors: Jeremy Rowlette, Edeline Fotheringham, William Chapman, Miles Weida, David Arnone
  • Publication number: 20160209271
    Abstract: A spectral imaging device (12) includes an image sensor (28), an illumination source (14), a refractive, optical element (24A), a mover assembly (24C) (29), and a control system (30). The image sensor (28) acquires data to construct a two-dimensional spectral image (13A) during a data acquisition time (346). The illumination source (14) generates an illumination beam (16) that illuminates the sample (10) to create a modified beam (16I) that follow a beam path (16B) from the sample (10) to the image sensor (28). The refractive, optical element (24A) is spaced apart a separation distance (42) from the sample (10) along the beam path (16B). During the data acquisition time (346), the control system (30) controls the illumination source (14) to generate the illumination beam (16), controls the mover assembly (29) (24C) to modulate the separation distance (42), and controls the image sensor (28) to capture the data.
    Type: Application
    Filed: March 25, 2016
    Publication date: July 21, 2016
    Inventors: Jeremy Rowlette, Edeline Fotheringham, William Chapman, Miles Weida, David Arnone
  • Patent number: 9086375
    Abstract: A laser source (10) for emitting an output beam (12) along an output axis (12A) includes (i) a first laser module (16) that generates a first beam (16A); (ii) a second laser module (18) that generates a second beam (18A); (iii) a beam selector assembly (32); (iv) a first director assembly (24) that directs the first beam (16A) at the beam selector assembly (32); (v) a second director assembly (26) that directs the second beam (18A) at the beam selector assembly (32); and (vii) a control system (34) that directs power to the modules (16), (18). The beam selector assembly (32) moves between a first position in which the first beam (16A) is directed along the output axis (12A), and a second position in which the second beam (18A) is directed along the output axis (12A).
    Type: Grant
    Filed: July 23, 2013
    Date of Patent: July 21, 2015
    Assignee: DAYLIGHT SOLUTIONS, INC.
    Inventors: J. Allen Priest, Santino Marrone, David Caffey, David Arnone, Michael Pushkarsky
  • Publication number: 20070291804
    Abstract: A compact mid-IR laser device utilizes a quantum cascade laser to provide mid-IR frequencies suitable for use in molecular detection by signature absorption spectra. The compact nature of the device is obtained owing to an efficient heat transfer structure, the use of a small diameter aspheric lens and a monolithic assembly structure to hold the optical elements in a fixed position relative to one another. The compact housing size may be approximately 20 cm×20 cm×20 cm or less. Efficient heat transfer is achieved using a thermoelectric cooler TEC combined with a high thermal conductivity heat spreader onto which the quantum cascade laser is thermally coupled.
    Type: Application
    Filed: June 15, 2005
    Publication date: December 20, 2007
    Inventors: Timothy Day, David Arnone
  • Publication number: 20070255957
    Abstract: An alert messaging system and method to securely transmit and receive alert messages via secure connection among one or more messaging servers and at least one client user station using a token-based, one-way handshake mechanism.
    Type: Application
    Filed: June 29, 2007
    Publication date: November 1, 2007
    Applicant: UBS Painewebber, Inc.
    Inventors: David Arnone, Alex Kosoy, David Olivares, Gunjan Samtani, David Sexton
  • Publication number: 20070139755
    Abstract: A beam modulator (14) for modulating a beam (20) includes a modulator element (26) and a housing assembly (24). The modulator element (26) is positioned in the path of the beam (20). The housing assembly (24) retains the modulator element (26). The housing assembly (24) can include a housing (234), a first retainer assembly (342), and a second retainer assembly (344). The first retainer assembly (342) flexibly secures the modulator element (26) to the housing (24) and the second retainer assembly (344) fixedly secures the modulator element (26) to the housing (234) with the modulator element (26) positioned between the retainer assemblies (342) (344). With this design, the retainer assemblies (342) (344) can cooperate to retain the modulator element (26) in a fashion that applies a substantially uniform and small pressure across the modulator element (26).
    Type: Application
    Filed: December 7, 2006
    Publication date: June 21, 2007
    Applicant: Bookham Technology plc
    Inventors: David Arnone, Xin Luo
  • Publication number: 20070103802
    Abstract: An optical assembly (16) for a precision apparatus (10) includes an optical element (234) and a housing (230) that defines a housing cavity (244). The housing (230) includes a body section (238), a removable section (240) and a fastener assembly (242). The body section (238) is secured to an apparatus frame (12) of the precision apparatus (10). The removable section (240) retains the optical element (234) with the optical element (234) positioned in the housing cavity (244). The fastener assembly (242) selective secures the removable section (240) to the body section (238). With this design, the removable section (240) can be selectively removed to repair or replace the optical element (234) and the optical element (234) is supported by a rigid mechanical housing (230) so that the optical element (234) is less susceptible to long term or operating misalignments.
    Type: Application
    Filed: October 24, 2006
    Publication date: May 10, 2007
    Inventors: David Arnone, Ken Wallace, Carl Iacono
  • Publication number: 20070030865
    Abstract: A compact mid-IR laser device utilizes an external cavity to tune the laser. The external cavity may employ a Littrow or Littman cavity arrangement. In the Littrow cavity arrangement, a filter, such as a grating, is rotated to provide wavelength gain medium selectivity. In the Littman cavity arrangement, a reflector is rotated to provide tuning. A quantum cascade laser gain medium provides mid-IR frequencies suitable for use in molecular detection by signature absorption spectra. The compact nature of the device is obtained owing to an efficient heat transfer structure, the use of a small diameter aspheric lens for both the output lens and the external cavity lens and a monolithic assembly structure to hold the optical elements in a fixed position relative to one another. The compact housing size may be approximately 20 cm×20 cm×20 cm or less.
    Type: Application
    Filed: August 5, 2005
    Publication date: February 8, 2007
    Inventors: Timothy Day, David Arnone
  • Publication number: 20070019702
    Abstract: A lens may operate in the mid-IR spectral region and couple highly divergent beams into highly collimated beams. In combination with a light source having a characteristic output beam, the lens may provide highly stable, miniaturized mid-IR sources that deliver optical beams. An advanced mounting system may provide long term sturdy mechanical coupling and alignment to reduce operator maintenance. In addition, devices may also support electrical and thermal subsystems that are delivered via these mounting systems. A mid-IR singlet lens having a numerical aperture greater than about 0.7 and a focal length less than 10 mm may be combined with a quantum well stack semiconductor based light source such that the emission facet of the semiconductor lies in the focus of the lens less than 2 mm away from the lens surface. Together, these systems may provide a package that is highly portable and robust, and easily integrated with external optical systems.
    Type: Application
    Filed: September 22, 2006
    Publication date: January 25, 2007
    Inventors: Timothy Day, David Arnone
  • Publication number: 20060266895
    Abstract: A mounting assembly (16) for securing a device (12) to a mounting base (14) includes a mounting platform (18) and a temperature adjuster assembly (20). The mounting platform (18) is coupled to the mounting base (14). The mounting platform (18) includes a mounting surface (28) and a plurality of spaced apart mounting components (30) that are used to secure the device (12) to the mounting platform (18). The mounting components (30) are arranged in a mounting array. The temperature adjuster (20) adjusts the temperature of the mounting platform (18). The temperature adjuster (20) is in intimate thermal communication with the mounting platform (18).
    Type: Application
    Filed: May 15, 2006
    Publication date: November 30, 2006
    Inventor: David Arnone
  • Publication number: 20060104595
    Abstract: A precision apparatus (10) includes a constraint joint (256) having a contact (258A) and a contact engager (258B). The contact (258A) includes a contact region (268) that is rounded, and the contact engager (258B) includes a first wall (270A), a second wall (270B), and a third wall (270C). Further, the walls (270A) (270B) (270C) are arranged so that the contact region (268) simultaneously contacts only one location on each wall (270A) (270B) (270C) to create a true three point contact that provides three degrees of constraint. One or more of the walls (270A), (270B), (270C) includes a contact pad (274) that engages the contact (258A). Each contact pad (274) can be made of a hard, relatively low friction material with a low friction surface (273).
    Type: Application
    Filed: November 18, 2004
    Publication date: May 18, 2006
    Inventor: David Arnone
  • Publication number: 20050284249
    Abstract: A mover assembly (16) that moves or positions an object (12) includes a mover output (32), a gear (238), and an assembly output (28) that is coupled to the object (12). The mover output (32) is rotated. The gear (238) engages the mover output (32) so that rotation of the mover output (32) results in rotation of the gear (238). The assembly output (28) is coupled to the gear (238) so that rotation of the gear (238) results in movement of the assembly output (28) along an axis (28A). The mover assembly (16) can include a rotation inhibitor (30) that inhibits rotation of the assembly output (28) and allows for movement of the assembly output (28) along the axis (28A). The mover output (32) can include a worm (236) that engages the gear (238) so that rotation of the worm (236) about a worm axis (236A) results in rotation of the gear (238) about a gear axis (238A) that is different than the worm axis (236A).
    Type: Application
    Filed: June 29, 2004
    Publication date: December 29, 2005
    Inventor: David Arnone