Patents by Inventor Jurgen Jean Louis Hoppenbrouwers

Jurgen Jean Louis Hoppenbrouwers 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: 10806468
    Abstract: A system for supporting operation of an X-ray imaging apparatus (IA) capable of assuming different imaging geometries. The system comprises an input interface (IN) for receiving a specification of a path extending at least partly into an object. A camera sampler (CS) configured to compute, for a plurality of non-ionizing radiation based cameras (OC) of the X-ray imaging apparatus (IM), a respective imaging geometry for achieving a plan view on the object along said path.
    Type: Grant
    Filed: March 7, 2017
    Date of Patent: October 20, 2020
    Assignee: KONINKLIJKE PHILIPS N.V.
    Inventors: Duc Long Nguyen, Jurgen Jean Louis Hoppenbrouwers, Robert Johannes Frederik Homan, Ina Klein Teeselink
  • Patent number: 10586513
    Abstract: A system is provided for simultaneously displaying video data of multiple video sources (040, 042) on a display. The system comprises a video input (120) for receiving the video data (122) of the multiple video sources; a display processor (140) for generating display data (142) to display the video data of the multiple video sources in respective viewports (1A-2F) on a display. The display processor is further arranged for, if needed to fit respective ones of the viewports, spatially scaling the video data of one or more of the multiple video sources to obtain said fit; and generating a visual indicator (300-320) for visually indicating whether the video data in one of the viewports has been spatially scaled from its native spatial resolution. By providing the visual indicator as part of the display data, the system may warn the user that the video data in one of the viewports may comprise undesirable artifacts which may hinder interpretation of the video data.
    Type: Grant
    Filed: September 25, 2014
    Date of Patent: March 10, 2020
    Assignee: KONINKLIJKE PHILIPS N.V.
    Inventors: Jeroen Gerard Scheepens, Ivo Don Stuyfzand, Hendrikus Bernardus Van Den Brink, Jurgen Jean Louis Hoppenbrouwers, Petrus Johannes Gerardus Mentjox
  • Publication number: 20190059914
    Abstract: A system for supporting operation of an X-ray imaging apparatus (IA) capable of assuming different imaging geometries. The system comprises an input interface (IN) for receiving a specification of a path extending at least partly into an object. A camera sampler (CS) configured to compute, for a plurality of non-ionizing radiation based cameras (OC) of the X-ray imaging apparatus (IM), a respective imaging geometry for achieving a plan view on the object along said path.
    Type: Application
    Filed: March 7, 2017
    Publication date: February 28, 2019
    Inventors: Duc Long NGUYEN, Jurgen Jean Louis HOPPENBROUWERS, Robert Johannes Frederik HOMAN, Ina KLEIN TEESELINK
  • Publication number: 20190047151
    Abstract: A system for calibration of a robot includes an imaging system (136) including two or more cameras (132). A registration device (120) is configured to align positions of a light spot (140) on a reference platform as detected by the two or more cameras with robot positions corresponding with the light spot positions to register an imaging system coordinate system (156) with a robot coordinate system (150).
    Type: Application
    Filed: September 14, 2016
    Publication date: February 14, 2019
    Inventors: Aleksandra Popovic, Johannes Petrus WITHAGEN, David Paul NOONAN, Jurgen Jean Louis HOPPENBROUWERS
  • Patent number: 9805666
    Abstract: A display system (1) for generating a picture in accordance with image information (10) derived from a video signal has a light modulation device (20), an illumination device (30) and a control circuit (40) for driving both devices. The algorithm implemented in the control circuit (40) distributes the image information (10) over the light modulation device (20) and the illumination device (30) in order to minimize the power consumption of the display system.
    Type: Grant
    Filed: November 2, 2007
    Date of Patent: October 31, 2017
    Assignee: KONINKLIJKE PHILIPS N.V.
    Inventors: Jurgen Jean Louis Hoppenbrouwers, Martin Jacobus Johan Jak, Wilhelmus Henricus Maria Van Beek
  • Publication number: 20160240170
    Abstract: A system is provided for simultaneously displaying video data of multiple video sources (040, 042) on a display. The system comprises a video input (120) for receiving the video data (122) of the multiple video sources; a display processor (140) for generating display data (142) to display the video data of the multiple video sources in respective viewports (1A-2F) on a display. The display processor is further arranged for, if needed to fit respective ones of the viewports, spatially scaling the video data of one or more of the multiple video sources to obtain said fit; and generating a visual indicator (300-320) for visually indicating whether the video data in one of the viewports has been spatially scaled from its native spatial resolution. By providing the visual indicator as part of the display data, the system may warn the user that the video data in one of the viewports may comprise undesirable artifacts which may hinder interpretation of the video data.
    Type: Application
    Filed: September 25, 2014
    Publication date: August 18, 2016
    Inventors: JEROEN GERARD SCHEEPENS, IVO DON STUYFZAND, HENDRIKUS BERNARDUS VAN DEN BRINK, JURGEN JEAN LOUIS HOPPENBROUWERS, PETRUS JOHANNES GERARDUS MENTJOX
  • Patent number: 8681132
    Abstract: A scanning display apparatus includes a display operable to receive driver signals and generate corresponding visual information for presentation on the display, to sense radiation received at the display and generating corresponding sensing signals corresponding to a region proximate to the display. The apparatus also includes computer hardware coupled to the display for generating driver signals for the display and for receiving the sensing signals from the display. The computer hardware is operable to provide an interactive user interface at the display.
    Type: Grant
    Filed: March 11, 2005
    Date of Patent: March 25, 2014
    Assignee: Koninklijke Philips N.V.
    Inventors: Daniel Willem Elisabeth Schobben, Murray Fulton Gillies, Declan Patrick Kelly, Elmo Marcus Attila Diederiks, Jurgen Jean Louis Hoppenbrouwers, Nicolas De Jong, Johannes Henricus Maria Korst, Thomas Caspar Kraan, Adrianus Sempel, Rogier Winters
  • Patent number: 8416210
    Abstract: An image display including a touch-sensitive display, that creates tactile sensation and movement of an object (3-2) along its surface is provided. Actuators including conductive rods (4-111, 4-112) attached together may be used, such that each rod of the actuator (4-11) may increase or decrease in size when current is applied to that rod to cause the actuator to bend toward a specified direction. Also, an image display that includes ball bearings (1-10) whose rotation is controlled by driving magnets (1-21, 1-22) to cause an object to move is provided. Further, air holes (3-11) tilted in various directions to control object movement by air pressure may be provided. Moreover, rods (3-10) may be moved up or down as activated by driving magnets (2-20). The actuators, rods, ball bearing assemblies, or holes may provide touch sensitivity for the image display.
    Type: Grant
    Filed: May 23, 2012
    Date of Patent: April 9, 2013
    Assignee: Koninklijke Philips Electronics, N.V.
    Inventors: Nicolas De Jong, Elmo Marcus Attila Diederiks, Murray Fulton Gillies, Jurgen Jean Louis Hoppenbrouwers, Johannes Henricus Maria Korst, Thomas Casper Kraan, Rogier Winters
  • Patent number: 8345018
    Abstract: An image display including a touch-sensitive display, that creates tactile sensation and movement of an object (3-2) along its surface is provided. Actuators including conductive rods (4-111, 4-112) attached together may be used, such that each rod of the actuator (4-11) may increase or decrease in size when current is applied to that rod to cause the actuator to bend toward a specified direction. Also, an image display that includes ball bearings (1-10) whose rotation is controlled by driving magnets (1-21, 1-22) to cause an object to move is provided. Further, air holes (3-11) tilted in various directions to control object movement by air pressure may be provided. Moreover, rods (3-10) may be moved up or down as activated by driving magnets (2-20). The actuators, rods, ball bearing assemblies, or holes may provide touch sensitivity for the image display.
    Type: Grant
    Filed: May 23, 2012
    Date of Patent: January 1, 2013
    Assignee: Koninklijke Philips Electronics N.V.
    Inventors: Nicolas De Jong, Elmo Marcus Attila Diederiks, Murray Fulton Gillies, Jurgen Jean Louis Hoppenbrouwers, Johannes Henricus Maria Korst, Thomas Casper Kraan, Rogier Winters
  • Publication number: 20120229405
    Abstract: An image display including a touch-sensitive display, that creates tactile sensation and movement of an object (3-2) along its surface is provided. Actuators including conductive rods (4-111, 4-112) attached together may be used, such that each rod of the actuator (4-11) may increase or decrease in size when current is applied to that rod to cause the actuator to bend toward a specified direction. Also, an image display that includes ball bearings (1-10) whose rotation is controlled by driving magnets (1-21, 1-22) to cause an object to move is provided. Further, air holes (3-11) tilted in various directions to control object movement by air pressure may be provided. Moreover, rods (3-10) may be moved up or down as activated by driving magnets (2-20). The actuators, rods, ball bearing assemblies, or holes may provide touch sensitivity for the image display.
    Type: Application
    Filed: May 23, 2012
    Publication date: September 13, 2012
    Applicant: KONINKLIJKE PHILIPS ELECTRONICS N.V.
    Inventors: Nicolas DE JONG, Elmo Marcus Attila DIEDERIKS, SR., Murray Fulton GILLIES, Jurgen Jean Louis HOPPENBROUWERS, Johannes Henricus Maria KORST, Thomas Casper KRAAN, Rogier WINTERS
  • Publication number: 20120229403
    Abstract: An image display including a touch-sensitive display, that creates tactile sensation and movement of an object (3-2) along its surface is provided. Actuators including conductive rods (4-111, 4-112) attached together may be used, such that each rod of the actuator (4-11) may increase or decrease in size when current is applied to that rod to cause the actuator to bend toward a specified direction. Also, an image display that includes ball bearings (1-10) whose rotation is controlled by driving magnets (1-21, 1-22) to cause an object to move is provided. Further, air holes (3-11) tilted in various directions to control object movement by air pressure may be provided. Moreover, rods (3-10) may be moved up or down as activated by driving magnets (2-20). The actuators, rods, ball bearing assemblies, or holes may provide touch sensitivity for the image display.
    Type: Application
    Filed: May 23, 2012
    Publication date: September 13, 2012
    Applicant: KONINKLIJKE PHILIPS ELECTRONICS N.V.
    Inventors: Nicolas DE JONG, Elmo Marcus Attila DIEDERIKS, SR., Murray Fulton GILLIES, Jurgen Jean Louis HOPPENBROUWERS, Johannes Henricus Maria KORST, Thomas Caspar KRAAN, Rogier WINTERS
  • Publication number: 20120229404
    Abstract: An image display including a touch-sensitive display, that creates tactile sensation and movement of an object (3-2) along its surface is provided. Actuators including conductive rods (4-111, 4-112) attached together may be used, such that each rod of the actuator (4-11) may increase or decrease in size when current is applied to that rod to cause the actuator to bend toward a specified direction. Also, an image display that includes ball bearings (1-10) whose rotation is controlled by driving magnets (1-21, 1-22) to cause an object to move is provided. Further, air holes (3-11) tilted in various directions to control object movement by air pressure may be provided. Moreover, rods (3-10) may be moved up or down as activated by driving magnets (2-20). The actuators, rods, ball bearing assemblies, or holes may provide touch sensitivity for the image display.
    Type: Application
    Filed: May 23, 2012
    Publication date: September 13, 2012
    Applicant: KONINKLIJKE PHILIPS ELECTRONICS N.V.
    Inventors: Nicolas DE JONG, Elmo Marcus Attila DIEDERIKS, Murray Fulton GILLIES, Jurgen Jean Louis HOPPENBROUWERS, Johannes Henricus Maria KORST, Thomas Casper KRAAN, Rogier WINTERS
  • Patent number: 8248393
    Abstract: A color display device, a drive circuit for a color display device, a method, a signal and a computer-readable medium for reducing electro-optical cross talk that occurs in a display that is operated in Spectrum Sequential mode is disclosed. The invention eliminates annoying visible artifacts, such as contouring, noise, or color deviation, which normally are introduced by this cross talk by compensating for the cross talk. According to embodiments of the invention, a drive signal (R?,G?,B?) to drive picture elements of the display is altered in video processing circuitry (MPC, XTC, SC) and/or software, in dependence on one or more properties of different spectra from a light source (23, 24) in the display. The invention is implemented with little extra effort and cost in known LCD displays.
    Type: Grant
    Filed: May 9, 2006
    Date of Patent: August 21, 2012
    Assignee: TP Vision Holding B.V.
    Inventors: Gerben Johan Hekstra, Nalliah Raman, Claus Nico Cordes, Martin Jacobus Johan Jak, Jurgen Jean Louis Hoppenbrouwers, Oleg Belik
  • Patent number: 8207945
    Abstract: An image display including a touch-sensitive display, that creates tactile sensation and movement of an object (3-2) along its surface is provided. Actuators including conductive rods (4-111, 4-112) attached together may be used, such that each rod of the actuator (4-11) may increase or decrease in size when current is applied to that rod to cause the actuator to bend toward a specified direction. Also, an image display that includes ball bearings (1-10) whose rotation is controlled by driving magnets (1-21, 1-22) to cause an object to move is provided. Further, air holes (3-11) tilted in various directions to control object movement by air pressure may be provided. Moreover, rods (3-10) may be moved up or down as activated by driving magnets (2-20). The actuators, rods, ball bearing assemblies, or holes may provide touch sensitivity for the image display.
    Type: Grant
    Filed: November 30, 2005
    Date of Patent: June 26, 2012
    Assignee: Koninklijke Philips Electronics, N.V.
    Inventors: Nicolas De Jong, Elmo Marcus Attila Diederiks, Murray Fulton Gillies, Jurgen Jean Louis Hoppenbrouwers, Johannes Henricus Maria Korst, Thomas Caspar Kraan, Rogier Winters
  • Patent number: 7777738
    Abstract: An active matrix display comprises a select driver (SD) to drive select electrodes (SE), and a data driver (DD) to supply data (D) to data electrodes (DE). Pixels (10) are associated with intersections of the data electrodes (DE) and the select electrodes (SE). The pixels (10) comprise a light emitting element (L) and a pixel driving circuit (PD). The pixel driving circuit (PD) receives a power supply voltage (VB) via a power supply electrode (PE), and data (D) via a data electrode (DE) to control a brightness of the light emitting element (L). A power supply (PS) supplies the power supply voltage (VB). The power supply electrodes (PE) are arranged to supply the power supply voltage (VB) to the pixel driving circuits (PD) of lines of pixels (10) extending in the same direction as the select electrodes (SE) or in the same direction as the data electrodes (DE).
    Type: Grant
    Filed: March 4, 2005
    Date of Patent: August 17, 2010
    Assignee: Koninklijke Philips Electronics N.V.
    Inventors: Jurgen Jean Louis Hoppenbrouwers, Roel Van Woudenberg, Fransiscus Jacobus Vossen
  • Publication number: 20100060672
    Abstract: A display system (1) for generating a picture in accordance with image information (10) derived from a video signal has a light modulation device (20), an illumination device (30) and a control circuit (40) for driving both devices. The algorithm implemented in the control circuit (40) distributes the image information (10) over the light modulation device (20) and the illumination device (30) in order to minimize the power consumption of the display system.
    Type: Application
    Filed: November 2, 2007
    Publication date: March 11, 2010
    Applicant: KONINKLIJKE PHILIPS ELECTRONICS N.V.
    Inventors: Jurgen Jean Louis Hoppenbrouwers, Martin Jacobus Johan Jak, Wilhelmus Henricus Maria Van Beek
  • Publication number: 20080252607
    Abstract: An image display including a touch-sensitive display, that creates tactile sensation and movement of an object (3-2) along its surface is provided. Actuators including conductive rods (4-111, 4-112) attached together may be used, such that each rod of the actuator (4-11) may increase or decrease in size when current is applied to that rod to cause the actuator to bend toward a specified direction. Also, an image display that includes ball bearings (1-10) whose rotation is controlled by driving magnets (1-21, 1-22) to cause an object to move is provided. Further, air holes (3-11) tilted in various directions to control object movement by air pressure may be provided. Moreover, rods (3-10) may be moved up or down as activated by driving magnets (2-20). The actuators, rods, ball bearing assemblies, or holes may provide touch sensitivity for the image display.
    Type: Application
    Filed: November 30, 2005
    Publication date: October 16, 2008
    Applicant: KONINKLIJKE PHILIPS ELECTRONICS, N.V.
    Inventors: Nicolas De Jong, Elmo Marcus Attila Diederiks, Murray Fulton Gillies, Jurgen Jean Louis Hoppenbrouwers, Johannes Henricus Maria Korst, Thomas Casper Kraan, Rogier Winters
  • Publication number: 20080211973
    Abstract: A color display device, a drive circuit for a color display device, a method, a signal and a computer-readable medium for reducing electro-optical cross talk that occurs in a display that is operated in Spectrum Sequential mode is disclosed. The invention eliminates annoying visible artefacts, such as contouring, noise, or color deviation, which normally are introduced by this cross talk by compensating for the cross talk. According to embodiments of the invention, a drive signal (R?,G?,B?) to drive picture elements of the display is altered in video processing circuitry (MPC, XTC, SC) and/or software, in dependence on one or more properties of different spectra from a light source (23, 24) in the display. The invention is implemented with little extra effort and cost in known LCD displays.
    Type: Application
    Filed: May 9, 2006
    Publication date: September 4, 2008
    Applicant: KONINKLIJKE PHILIPS ELECTRONICS, N.V.
    Inventors: Gerben Johan Hekstra, Nalliah Raman, Claus Nico Cordes, Martin Jacobus Johan Jak, Jurgen Jean Louis Hoppenbrouwers, Oleg Belik
  • Publication number: 20080158144
    Abstract: A scanning display apparatus (10) is described. The apparatus (10) includes a display (70) operable: (I) to receive driver signals and generate corresponding visual information for presentation on the display (70); and (ii) to sense radiation received at the display (70) and generating corresponding sensing signals corresponding to a region proximate to the display. The apparatus (10) also includes computer hardware (80) coupled to the display (70) for generating the one or more driver signals for the display (70) and for receiving the one or more sensing signals from the display (70), the computer hardware (80) being operable to provide an interactive user interface (ULI) at the display (70). The display (70) comprises an array of pixel devices (150), each such device (150) integrally being operable to emit radiation therefrom or transmit radiation therethrough, and also to sense radiation incident thereupon. Preferably, the pixel devices (150) are implemented in polyLEDs and/or LCD/TFT technologies.
    Type: Application
    Filed: March 11, 2005
    Publication date: July 3, 2008
    Applicant: KONINKLIJKE PHILIPS ELECTRONICS, N.V.
    Inventors: Daniel Willem Elisabeth Schobben, Murray Fulton Gillies, Declan Patrick Kelly, Elmo Marcus Attila Diederiks, Jurgen Jean Louis Hoppenbrouwers, Nicolas De Jong, Johannes Henricus Maria Korst, Thomas Caspar Kraan, Adrianus Sempel, Rogier Winters
  • Publication number: 20080158115
    Abstract: A method of displaying an input signal (IV) on a full color LED display is discussed wherein the display has pixels (11) comprising at least four LED's (PLi) which respectively emit light with four primary colors. The method comprises converting (SC) the input signal (IV) into drive signals for the at least four LED's (PLi). The converting (SC) comprises: (i) determining (RD) valid ranges (VRi) of at least two of the drive signals (DSi) to obtain a color of the combined light emitted which fits the input signal (IV), (ii) determining (LD) a gradation or lifetime indication (LTi) of the at least two LED's (PLi) for associated ones of the drive signals (DSi) within the valid ranges (VRi), and (iii) determining (CD) a combination (DCi) of values of drive signals (DSi) providing substantially the minimum degradation, or the maximum lifetime, of a combination of the at least two LED's (PLi) based on the degradation or lifetime indications (LTi).
    Type: Application
    Filed: March 28, 2006
    Publication date: July 3, 2008
    Applicant: KONINKLIJKE PHILIPS ELECTRONICS, N.V.
    Inventors: Claus Nico Cordes, Jurgen Jean Louis Hoppenbrouwers, Oleg Belik, Francisco Paulus Maria Budzelaar, Andrea Giraldo, Nijs Cornelis Van Der Vaart, Ingrid Maria Laurentia Cornelia Vogels