Patents by Inventor Jonathan Foote

Jonathan Foote 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).

  • Publication number: 20190272179
    Abstract: Disclosed herein are enhancements for deploying application in an edge system of a communication network. In one implementation, a runtime environment identifies a request from a Hypertext Transfer Protocol (HTTP) accelerator service to be processed by an application. In response to the request, the runtime environment may identify an isolation resource to support the request, initiate execution of code for the application, and pass context to the code. Once initiated, the runtime environment may copy data from the artifact to the isolation resource using the context and return control to the HTTP accelerator service upon executing the code.
    Type: Application
    Filed: March 4, 2019
    Publication date: September 5, 2019
    Inventors: Tyler McMullen, Jonathan Foote, Patrick Hickey, Jason Cook
  • Publication number: 20180263647
    Abstract: A fluid stream is directed toward tissue to generate a plurality of shedding clouds. The fluid stream can be scanned such that the plurality of shedding clouds arrive a different overlapping locations. Each of the plurality of shedding clouds can remove a portion of the tissue. In many embodiments, an apparatus to ablate tissue comprises a source of pressurized fluid, and a nozzle coupled to the source of pressurized fluid to release a fluid stream, in which the fluid stream generates a plurality of shedding clouds.
    Type: Application
    Filed: November 28, 2017
    Publication date: September 20, 2018
    Inventors: Nikolai ALJURI, Surag MANTRI, Luis BAEZ, George SURJAN, Michael W. SASNETT, Jonathan FOOTE
  • Patent number: 9848904
    Abstract: A fluid stream is directed toward tissue to generate a plurality of shedding clouds. The fluid stream can be scanned such that the plurality of shedding clouds arrive a different overlapping locations. Each of the plurality of shedding clouds can remove a portion of the tissue. In many embodiments, an apparatus to ablate tissue comprises a source of pressurized fluid, and a nozzle coupled to the source of pressurized fluid to release a fluid stream, in which the fluid stream generates a plurality of shedding clouds.
    Type: Grant
    Filed: May 11, 2015
    Date of Patent: December 26, 2017
    Assignee: PROCEPT BIOROBOTICS CORPORATION
    Inventors: Nikolai Aljuri, Surag Mantri, Luis Baez, George Surjan, Michael W. Sasnett, Jonathan Foote
  • Publication number: 20170245878
    Abstract: A system to treat a patient comprises a user interface that allows a physician to view an image of tissue to be treated in order to develop a treatment plan to resect tissue with a predefined removal profile. The image may comprise a plurality of images, and the planned treatment is shown on the images. The treatment probe may comprise an anchor, and the image shown on the screen may have a reference image marker shown on the screen corresponding to the anchor. The planned tissue removal profile can be displayed and scaled to the image of the target tissue of an organ such as the prostate, and the physician can adjust the treatment profile based on the scaled images to provide a treatment profile in three dimensions. The images shown on the display may comprise segmented images of the patient with treatment plan overlaid on the images.
    Type: Application
    Filed: May 11, 2017
    Publication date: August 31, 2017
    Inventors: Nikolai ALJURI, Surag MANTRI, Luis BAEZ, George SURJAN, Michael W. SASNETT, Jonathan FOOTE
  • Patent number: 9668764
    Abstract: A system to treat a patient comprises a user interface that allows a physician to view an image of tissue to be treated in order to develop a treatment plan to resect tissue with a predefined removal profile. The image may comprise a plurality of images, and the planned treatment is shown on the images. The treatment probe may comprise an anchor, and the image shown on the screen may have a reference image marker shown on the screen corresponding to the anchor. The planned tissue removal profile can be displayed and scaled to the image of the target tissue of an organ such as the prostate, and the physician can adjust the treatment profile based on the scaled images to provide a treatment profile in three dimensions. The images shown on the display may comprise segmented images of the patient with treatment plan overlaid on the images.
    Type: Grant
    Filed: November 13, 2014
    Date of Patent: June 6, 2017
    Assignee: PROCEPT BioRobotics Corporation
    Inventors: Nikolai Aljuri, Surag Mantri, Luis Baez, George Surjan, Michael W. Sasnett, Jonathan Foote
  • Patent number: 9510853
    Abstract: A fluid stream is directed toward tissue to generate a plurality of shedding clouds. The fluid stream can be scanned such that the plurality of shedding clouds arrive a different overlapping locations. Each of the plurality of shedding clouds can remove a portion of the tissue. In many embodiments, an apparatus to ablate tissue comprises a source of pressurized fluid, and a nozzle coupled to the source of pressurized fluid to release a fluid stream, in which the fluid stream generates a plurality of shedding clouds.
    Type: Grant
    Filed: August 3, 2015
    Date of Patent: December 6, 2016
    Assignee: PROCEPT BioRobotics Corporation
    Inventors: Nikolai Aljuri, Surag Mantri, Luis Baez, George Surjan, Michael W. Sasnett, Jonathan Foote
  • Patent number: 9510852
    Abstract: A system to treat a patient comprises a user interface that allows a physician to view an image of tissue to be treated in order to develop a treatment plan to resect tissue with a predefined removal profile. The image may comprise a plurality of images, and the planned treatment is shown on the images. The treatment probe may comprise an anchor, and the image shown on the screen may have a reference image marker shown on the screen corresponding to the anchor. The planned tissue removal profile can be displayed and scaled to the image of the target tissue of an organ such as the prostate, and the physician can adjust the treatment profile based on the scaled images to provide a treatment profile in three dimensions. The images shown on the display may comprise segmented images of the patient with treatment plan overlaid on the images.
    Type: Grant
    Filed: November 13, 2014
    Date of Patent: December 6, 2016
    Assignee: PROCEPT BioRobotics Corporation
    Inventors: Nikolai Aljuri, Surag Mantri, Luis Baez, George Surjan, Michael W. Sasnett, Jonathan Foote
  • Patent number: 9364251
    Abstract: A system to treat a patient comprises a user interface that allows a physician to view an image of tissue to be treated in order to develop a treatment plan to resect tissue with a predefined removal profile. The image may comprise a plurality of images, and the planned treatment is shown on the images. The treatment probe may comprise an anchor, and the image shown on the screen may have a reference image marker shown on the screen corresponding to the anchor. The planned tissue removal profile can be displayed and scaled to the image of the target tissue of an organ such as the prostate, and the physician can adjust the treatment profile based on the scaled images to provide a treatment profile in three dimensions. The images shown on the display may comprise segmented images of the patient with treatment plan overlaid on the images.
    Type: Grant
    Filed: July 17, 2014
    Date of Patent: June 14, 2016
    Assignee: PROCEPT BioRobotics Corporation
    Inventors: Nikolai Aljuri, Surag Mantri, Luis Baez, George Surjan, Michael W. Sasnett, Jonathan Foote
  • Publication number: 20150335344
    Abstract: A fluid stream is directed toward tissue to generate a plurality of shedding clouds. The fluid stream can be scanned such that the plurality of shedding clouds arrive a different overlapping locations. Each of the plurality of shedding clouds can remove a portion of the tissue. In many embodiments, an apparatus to ablate tissue comprises a source of pressurized fluid, and a nozzle coupled to the source of pressurized fluid to release a fluid stream, in which the fluid stream generates a plurality of shedding clouds.
    Type: Application
    Filed: August 3, 2015
    Publication date: November 26, 2015
    Inventors: Nikolai ALJURI, Surag MANTRI, Luis BAEZ, George SURJAN, Michael W. SASNETT, Jonathan FOOTE
  • Publication number: 20150313666
    Abstract: A fluid stream is directed toward tissue to generate a plurality of shedding clouds. The fluid stream can be scanned such that the plurality of shedding clouds arrive a different overlapping locations. Each of the plurality of shedding clouds can remove a portion of the tissue. In many embodiments, an apparatus to ablate tissue comprises a source of pressurized fluid, and a nozzle coupled to the source of pressurized fluid to release a fluid stream, in which the fluid stream generates a plurality of shedding clouds.
    Type: Application
    Filed: May 11, 2015
    Publication date: November 5, 2015
    Inventors: Nikolai ALJURI, Surag MANTRI, Luis BAEZ, George SURJAN, Michael W. SASNETT, Jonathan FOOTE
  • Publication number: 20150088107
    Abstract: A system to treat a patient comprises a user interface that allows a physician to view an image of tissue to be treated in order to develop a treatment plan to resect tissue with a predefined removal profile. The image may comprise a plurality of images, and the planned treatment is shown on the images. The treatment probe may comprise an anchor, and the image shown on the screen may have a reference image marker shown on the screen corresponding to the anchor. The planned tissue removal profile can be displayed and scaled to the image of the target tissue of an organ such as the prostate, and the physician can adjust the treatment profile based on the scaled images to provide a treatment profile in three dimensions. The images shown on the display may comprise segmented images of the patient with treatment plan overlaid on the images.
    Type: Application
    Filed: November 13, 2014
    Publication date: March 26, 2015
    Inventors: Nikolai ALJURI, Surag MANTRI, Luis BAEZ, George SURJAN, Michael W. SASNETT, Jonathan FOOTE
  • Publication number: 20150088110
    Abstract: A system to treat a patient comprises a user interface that allows a physician to view an image of tissue to be treated in order to develop a treatment plan to resect tissue with a predefined removal profile. The image may comprise a plurality of images, and the planned treatment is shown on the images. The treatment probe may comprise an anchor, and the image shown on the screen may have a reference image marker shown on the screen corresponding to the anchor. The planned tissue removal profile can be displayed and scaled to the image of the target tissue of an organ such as the prostate, and the physician can adjust the treatment profile based on the scaled images to provide a treatment profile in three dimensions. The images shown on the display may comprise segmented images of the patient with treatment plan overlaid on the images.
    Type: Application
    Filed: November 13, 2014
    Publication date: March 26, 2015
    Inventors: Nikolai ALJURI, Surag MANTRI, Luis BAEZ, George SURJAN, Michael W. SASNETT, Jonathan FOOTE
  • Publication number: 20150057646
    Abstract: A system to treat a patient comprises a user interface that allows a physician to view an image of tissue to be treated in order to develop a treatment plan to resect tissue with a predefined removal profile. The image may comprise a plurality of images, and the planned treatment is shown on the images. The treatment probe may comprise an anchor, and the image shown on the screen may have a reference image marker shown on the screen corresponding to the anchor. The planned tissue removal profile can be displayed and scaled to the image of the target tissue of an organ such as the prostate, and the physician can adjust the treatment profile based on the scaled images to provide a treatment profile in three dimensions. The images shown on the display may comprise segmented images of the patient with treatment plan overlaid on the images.
    Type: Application
    Filed: July 17, 2014
    Publication date: February 26, 2015
    Inventors: Nikolai ALJURI, Surag MANTRI, Luis BAEZ, George SURJAN, Michael W. SASNETT, Jonathan FOOTE
  • Patent number: 7699476
    Abstract: A system for providing a dynamic audio-visual environment using an eSurface situated in a room environment; a projector situated for projecting images onto the eSurface; a camera situated to picture the room environment; a central processor coupled to the eSurface, the projector and the camera. The processor receives pictures from the camera for detecting the location of the eSurface; and controls the projector to aim its projection beam onto the eSurface. The eSurface is a sheet-like surface having the property of accepting optically projected image when powered, and retaining the projected image after the power is turned off.
    Type: Grant
    Filed: September 20, 2006
    Date of Patent: April 20, 2010
    Assignee: Fuji Xerox Co., Ltd.
    Inventors: Laurent Denoue, Eleanor G. Rieffel, Lynn D. Wilcox, Jonathan Foote, David M. Hilbert, Giovanni L. Thione
  • Patent number: 7522736
    Abstract: Systems and methods determine the location of a microphone with an unknown location, given the location of a number of other microphones by determining a difference in an arrival time between a first audio signal generated by and microphone with a known location and a second audio signal generated by another microphone with an unknown location, wherein the first and second audio signals are a representation of a substantially same sound emitted from an acoustic source with a known location; determining, based on at least the determined difference in arrival time, a distance between the acoustic source with the known location and the microphone with the unknown location; and determining, based on the determined distance between the acoustic source with the known location and the microphone with the unknown location, the location of the unknown microphone.
    Type: Grant
    Filed: May 7, 2004
    Date of Patent: April 21, 2009
    Assignee: Fuji Xerox Co., Ltd.
    Inventors: John Adcock, Jonathan Foote
  • Patent number: 7358985
    Abstract: A computer assisted meeting capture system in which camera selection, camera control and sensor notification of candidate activity event for camera image changes are integrated. The information is displayed on a representation of a room layout. Camera switch suggestions are notified to the operator through the use of low-overhead cognitive cues such as changeable human sensible display characteristics.
    Type: Grant
    Filed: October 19, 2001
    Date of Patent: April 15, 2008
    Assignee: Fuji Xerox Co., Ltd.
    Inventors: Shingo Uchihashi, John Boreczky, Jonathan Foote
  • Publication number: 20080068566
    Abstract: A system for providing a dynamic audio-visual environment using an eSurface situated in a room environment; a projector situated for projecting images onto the eSurface; a camera situated to picture the room environment; a central processor coupled to the eSurface, the projector and the camera. The processor receives pictures from the camera for detecting the location of the eSurface; and controls the projector to aim its projection beam onto the eSurface. The eSurface is a sheet-like surface having the property of accepting optically projected image when powered, and retaining the projected image after the power is turned off.
    Type: Application
    Filed: September 20, 2006
    Publication date: March 20, 2008
    Applicant: FUJI XEROX CO., LTD.
    Inventors: Laurent Denoue, Eleanor G. Rieffel, Lynn D. Wilcox, Jonathan Foote, David M. Hilbert, Giovanni Lorenzo Thione
  • Publication number: 20070296807
    Abstract: Provides a system for detecting an intersection between more than one panoramic video sequence and detecting the orientation of the sequences forming the intersection. Video images and corresponding location data are received. If required, the images and location data is processed to ensure the images contain location data. An intersection between two paths is then derived from the video images by deriving a rough intersection between two images, determining a neighborhood for the two images, and dividing each image in the neighborhood into strips. An identifying value is derived from each strip to create a row of strip values which are then converted to the frequency domain. A distance measure is taken between strips in the frequency domain, and the intersection is determined from the images having the smallest distance measure between them.
    Type: Application
    Filed: September 7, 2007
    Publication date: December 27, 2007
    Applicant: FUJI XEROX CO., LTD.
    Inventors: Jonathan Foote, Donald Kimber, Xinding Sun, John Adcock
  • Publication number: 20070104390
    Abstract: Algorithms to show multiple images at the maximum possible resolution are proposed. Rather than reducing the resolution of each image, the portion of each image that is actually shown is reduced. The algorithms select which part of each image is to be shown. In one embodiment of the invention, changing the parameters over time further increases the information displayed.
    Type: Application
    Filed: April 17, 2006
    Publication date: May 10, 2007
    Applicant: Fuji Xerox Co., Ltd.
    Inventor: Jonathan Foote
  • Publication number: 20070077059
    Abstract: A multi-function device that prints information images onto sheets of photo-addressable media is described. The multi-function device is comprised of an image acquisition component, an image generation component, optional image transformation components and an image projector to illuminate the photo-addressable medium with the optionally transformed information images. The effects of ambient light on the photo-addressable medium are reduced by tuning the response characteristics of the photo-addressable medium to respond to the wavelength of the projected light and/or to interpose band-pass filters that reduce non-projected light incident on the photo-addressable medium. Programmable characteristics of the photo-addressable medium are adjustable to compensate for ambient light. Registration marks on the photo-addressable medium allow the alignment of the projected image with the photo-addressable medium.
    Type: Application
    Filed: October 5, 2005
    Publication date: April 5, 2007
    Inventors: Laurent Denoue, Jonathan Foote, David Hilbert, Eleanor Rieffel, Lynn Wilcox, Anthony Dunnigan