Patents by Inventor Matthew Kenyon

Matthew Kenyon 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: 20220193343
    Abstract: An auto-injector may include a housing having a longitudinal axis and a transverse axis, the housing having a shorter dimension along the transverse axis than along the longitudinal axis, wherein the transverse axis is perpendicular to the longitudinal axis; a flowpath having a first end and a second end; and a container enclosing a first fluid, the container extending from a first end toward a second end along or parallel to the longitudinal axis and being movable from a first position to a second position along or parallel to the longitudinal axis, the container being fluidly isolated from the flowpath in the first position and fluidly connected to the flowpath in the second position.
    Type: Application
    Filed: December 29, 2021
    Publication date: June 23, 2022
    Applicant: Regeneron Pharmaceuticals, Inc.
    Inventors: Bart BURGESS, Bryan GRYGUS, Daniel HALBIG, Ross KENYON, Trevor LANGLEY, Jeremy MCNAMARA, Matthew PAUSLEY, Andrew DUMONT, Paige WAECHTER, John BURKE, Martin BONTOFT, Craig MCGARRELL, Scott MARTIN, James Nicholas MOWER, James Cunningham GLENCROSS, James Donald MCLUSKY, Andrew LABAT-ROCHECOUSTE, Tim QUIGG, Matt HILL, Matthew PHILLIPPO, Kirsty WYNNE
  • Patent number: 11105490
    Abstract: A light management device comprising a protective light cap or cover is disclosed that provides for the blockage or allowance of designated wavelengths from being inadvertently being viewed by persons or being projected onto an external surface. The protective light cap or cover is pivotable connected to a lighting source to allow the cap to be positioned over the light source and moved away from the light source. The protective light cap is retained in an open position that allows the light source to be viewed, by one of a magnetic catch or a physical catch.
    Type: Grant
    Filed: February 19, 2020
    Date of Patent: August 31, 2021
    Assignee: Designs for Vision, Inc.
    Inventors: Samantha A. Silver, Matthew A. Kenyon, Matthew D. Siedman, Kenneth N. Braganca
  • Patent number: 11060695
    Abstract: A lighting element is disclosed that provides a projection of light forming a substantially uniform bright light on a surface a known distance from the lighting element. The lighting elements includes a dome lens that is removably positioned on a light source, such that the light source is retained at a location within a focal length of a projection lens and at or within a focal length of the dome lens. The dome lens magnifies the light outputted by the light source, such that the projected light is brighter than the light generated by the light source.
    Type: Grant
    Filed: November 22, 2019
    Date of Patent: July 13, 2021
    Assignee: Designs for Vision, Inc.
    Inventors: Richard E. Feinbloom, Kenneth N. Braganca, Matthew Kenyon
  • Patent number: 10690316
    Abstract: Methods and apparatus are presented for retaining a dome lens in a lighting element that provides a projection of light forming a substantially uniform bright light on a surface a known distance from the lighting element. The lighting elements includes a dome lens that is removably positioned proximal to a light source, such that the light source is retained at a location within a focal length of a projection lens and at or within a focal length of the dome lens. The dome lens magnifies the light outputted by the light source, such that the projected light is brighter than the light generated by the light source.
    Type: Grant
    Filed: March 11, 2019
    Date of Patent: June 23, 2020
    Assignee: Designs for Vision, Inc.
    Inventors: Richard E. Feinbloom, Kenneth N. Braganca, Matthew Kenyon, David T. Wicks
  • Patent number: 10561341
    Abstract: An impact detection device for detecting impacts to a body part of a user and various supporting systems are discussed. In an example, an impact detect device can include a circuit board, a component having a first section and a second section, a battery, and a molding for housing the circuit boat, the battery and the component. The circuit board can include impact detection circuitry including at least two sensors and a communication circuit. A zone of reduced rigidity can connect the first and second sections of the component, with the circuit board secured to the first section. The battery can be secured to the second section of the component allowing for flex relative to the circuit board. The molding can be shaped and dimensioned for mounting to a body part of the user.
    Type: Grant
    Filed: September 16, 2016
    Date of Patent: February 18, 2020
    Assignee: BlackBox Biometrics, Inc.
    Inventors: David A. Borkholder, Matthew Kenyon, Ryan Ramplin, Michael H. Ostertag, Kim Sherman, Matthew Wellman, Micah Harrison
  • Patent number: 10527254
    Abstract: A lighting element is disclosed that provides a projection of light forming a substantially uniform bright light on a surface a known distance from the lighting element. The lighting elements includes a dome lens that is removably positioned on a light source, such that the light source is retained at a location within a focal length of a projection lens and at or within a focal length of the dome lens. The dome lens magnifies the light outputted by the light source, such that the projected light is brighter than the light generated by the light source.
    Type: Grant
    Filed: February 13, 2019
    Date of Patent: January 7, 2020
    Assignee: Designs for Vision, Inc.
    Inventors: Richard E. Feinbloom, Kenneth N. Braganca, Matthew Kenyon
  • Patent number: 10473314
    Abstract: A wireless headlight assembly for attachment to an eyewear frame is disclosed. The wireless headlight assembly comprises a battery pod containing a battery connected to a lower housing element, which controls the application of power from the battery to an attached headlight assembly containing a headlight.
    Type: Grant
    Filed: December 4, 2018
    Date of Patent: November 12, 2019
    Assignee: Designs for Vision, Inc.
    Inventors: Kenneth Braganca, John T. Walsh, Matthew Kenyon
  • Patent number: 10464526
    Abstract: A fashionable bracelet operates as a remote car key fob and a clock. The bracelet provides multiple buttons allowing a user to operate the bracelet to control access to the vehicle coupled to the bracelet. The bracelet receives voice commands to operate the vehicle. Moreover, the bracelet incorporates a GPS subsystem for auto-piloting the vehicle to the location of the user. The bracelet further incorporates multiple LEDs to provide operational feedback to the user. The clock can be turned on and off using one of the buttons. The wireless key fob functions and the clock are controlled by a microcontroller disposed within the bracelet. The bracelet includes a battery to provide power to various components of the bracelet. The battery is operatively coupled to a solar panel. The bracelet is conveniently and securely attached to the wrist of the user.
    Type: Grant
    Filed: July 24, 2017
    Date of Patent: November 5, 2019
    Inventors: Matthew Kenyon Hiatt, Christopher Minuche, Brenden Alexander Pooley
  • Patent number: 10352543
    Abstract: A wireless headlight assembly for attachment to an eyewear frame is disclosed. The wireless headlight assembly comprises a battery pod containing a battery connected to a lower housing element, which controls the application of power from the battery to an attached headlight assembly containing a headlight.
    Type: Grant
    Filed: December 4, 2018
    Date of Patent: July 16, 2019
    Assignee: Designs for Vision, Inc.
    Inventors: Kenneth Braganca, John T. Walsh, Matthew Kenyon
  • Patent number: 10247384
    Abstract: A lighting element is disclosed that provides a projection of light forming a substantially uniform bright light on a surface a known distance from the lighting element. The lighting elements includes a dome lens that is removably positioned on a light source, such that the light source is retained at a location within a focal length of a projection lens and at or within a focal length of the dome lens. The dome lens magnifies the light outputted by the light source, such that the projected light is brighter than the light generated by the light source.
    Type: Grant
    Filed: March 14, 2018
    Date of Patent: April 2, 2019
    Assignee: Designs for Vision, Inc.
    Inventors: Richard E. Feinbloom, Kenneth N. Braganca, Matthew Kenyon
  • Patent number: 10240769
    Abstract: A wireless headlight assembly for attachment to an eyewear frame is disclosed. The wireless headlight assembly comprises a battery pod containing a battery connected to a lower housing element, which controls the application of power from the battery to an attached headlight assembly containing a headlight.
    Type: Grant
    Filed: October 27, 2015
    Date of Patent: March 26, 2019
    Assignee: Designs for Vision, Inc.
    Inventors: Kenneth Braganca, John Walsh, Matthew Kenyon
  • Publication number: 20170327081
    Abstract: A fashionable bracelet operates as a remote car key fob and a clock. The bracelet provides multiple buttons allowing a user to operate the bracelet to control access to the vehicle coupled to the bracelet. The bracelet receives voice commands to operate the vehicle. Moreover, the bracelet incorporates a GPS subsystem for auto-piloting the vehicle to the location of the user. The bracelet further incorporates multiple LEDs to provide operational feedback to the user. The clock can be turned on and off using one of the buttons. The wireless key fob functions and the clock are controlled by a microcontroller disposed within the bracelet. The bracelet includes a battery to provide power to various components of the bracelet. The battery is operatively coupled to a solar panel. The bracelet is conveniently and securely attached to the wrist of the user.
    Type: Application
    Filed: July 24, 2017
    Publication date: November 16, 2017
    Inventors: Matthew Kenyon Hiatt, Christopher Minuche, Brenden Alexander Pooley
  • Patent number: 9744943
    Abstract: A fashionable bracelet operates as a remote car key fob and a clock. The bracelet provides multiple buttons allowing a user to operate the bracelet to control access to the vehicle coupled to the bracelet. The bracelet receives voice commands to operate the vehicle. Moreover, the bracelet incorporates a GPS subsystem for auto-piloting the vehicle to the location of the user. The bracelet further incorporates multiple LEDs to provide operational feedback to the user. The clock can be turned on and off using one of the buttons. The wireless key fob functions and the clock are controlled by a microcontroller disposed within the bracelet. The bracelet includes a battery to provide power to various components of the bracelet. The battery is operatively coupled to a solar panel. The bracelet is conveniently and securely attached to the wrist of the user.
    Type: Grant
    Filed: September 28, 2015
    Date of Patent: August 29, 2017
    Inventors: Matthew Kenyon Hiatt, Christopher Minuche, Brenden Alexander Pooley
  • Publication number: 20170065210
    Abstract: An impact detection device for detecting impacts to a body part of a user and various supporting systems are discussed. In an example, an impact detect device can include a circuit board, a component having a first section and a second section, a battery, and a molding for housing the circuit boat, the battery and the component. The circuit board can include impact detection circuitry including at least two sensors and a communication circuit. A zone of reduced rigidity can connect the first and second sections of the component, with the circuit board secured to the first section. The battery can be secured to the second section of the component allowing for flex relative to the circuit board. The molding can be shaped and dimensioned for mounting to a body part of the user.
    Type: Application
    Filed: September 16, 2016
    Publication date: March 9, 2017
    Inventors: David A. Borkholder, Matthew Kenyon, Ryan Ramplin, Michael H. Ostertag, Kim Sherman, Matthew Wellman, Micah Harrison
  • Patent number: 9380961
    Abstract: An impact detection device for detecting impacts to a body part of a user and various supporting systems are discussed. In an example, an impact detect device can include a circuit board, a component having a first section and a second section, a battery, and a molding for housing the circuit boat, the battery and the component. The circuit board can include impact detection circuitry including at least two sensors and a communication circuit. A zone of reduced rigidity can connect the first and second sections of the component, with the circuit board secured to the first section. The battery can be secured to the second section of the component allowing for flex relative to the circuit board. The molding can be shaped and dimensioned for mounting to a body part of the user.
    Type: Grant
    Filed: December 26, 2013
    Date of Patent: July 5, 2016
    Assignee: BlackBox Biometrics, Inc.
    Inventors: David A. Borkholder, Matthew Kenyon, Ryan Ramplin, Michael H. Ostertag, Kim Sherman, Matthew Wellman, Micah Harrison
  • Publication number: 20150040669
    Abstract: An impact detection device for detecting impacts to a body part of a user and various supporting systems are discussed. In an example, an impact detect device can include a circuit board, a component having a first section and a second section, a battery, and a molding for housing the circuit boat, the battery and the component. The circuit board can include impact detection circuitry including at least two sensors and a communication circuit. A zone of reduced rigidity can connect the first and second sections of the component, with the circuit board secured to the first section. The battery can be secured to the second section of the component allowing for flex relative to the circuit board. The molding can be shaped and dimensioned for mounting to a body part of the user.
    Type: Application
    Filed: December 26, 2013
    Publication date: February 12, 2015
    Applicant: BlackBox Biometrics, Inc.
    Inventors: David A. Borkholder, Matthew Kenyon, Ryan Ramplin, Michael H. Ostertag, Kim Sherman, Matthew Wellman, Micah Harrison
  • Publication number: 20150040665
    Abstract: An impact detection device for detecting impacts to a body part of a user and various supporting systems are discussed. In an example, an impact detect device can include a circuit board, a component having a first section and a second section, a battery, and a molding for housing the circuit boat, the battery and the component. The circuit board can include impact detection circuitry including at least two sensors and a communication circuit. A zone of reduced rigidity can connect the first and second sections of the component, with the circuit board secured to the first section. The battery can be secured to the second section of the component allowing for flex relative to the circuit board. The molding can be shaped and dimensioned for mounting to a body part of the user.
    Type: Application
    Filed: April 9, 2014
    Publication date: February 12, 2015
    Applicant: BLACKBOX BIOMETRICS, INC.
    Inventors: David A. Borkholder, Matthew Kenyon, Ryan Ramplin, Michael H. Ostertag, Kim Sherman, Matthew Wellman, Micah Harrison
  • Publication number: 20070049098
    Abstract: An optical connector for connecting an optical cable having a cylindrical endpiece to a light source has a structure having an interior bore with a longitudinal axis, a port for receiving an illuminating beam and another port for receiving the cylindrical endpiece. A channel is defined along the periphery of the bore in the structure. A generally circular shaped spring member is positioned in the channel. The inner diameter of the circular shape is slightly smaller than the outer diameter of the cylindrical endpiece, which allows the establishment of a secure, yet releasable, connection between the cylindrical endpiece and the spring member. If the person wearing the headset connected to the optical cable moves too far, the optical cable is released from the housing.
    Type: Application
    Filed: August 25, 2005
    Publication date: March 1, 2007
    Inventors: Richard Feinbloom, Kenneth Braganca, Matthew Kenyon
  • Publication number: 20070047074
    Abstract: A device for selectively controlling illumination from a source that emits illumination along an optical path toward an output has an intensity control apparatus for selectively controlling the intensity of illumination at the output; a filter adapted to be selectively disposed in the optical path; and a unitary mechanical user input for controlling the intensity control apparatus and for, when the intensity is at a maximum, permitting selective disposition of the filter in the optical path.
    Type: Application
    Filed: August 25, 2005
    Publication date: March 1, 2007
    Inventors: Richard Feinbloom, Kenneth Braganca, Matthew Kenyon
  • Patent number: D743822
    Type: Grant
    Filed: November 6, 2014
    Date of Patent: November 24, 2015
    Assignee: BlackBox Biometrics, Inc.
    Inventors: David A. Borkholder, Matthew Kenyon, Ryan Ramplin, Kim Sherman, Matthew Wellman, Micah Harrison