Patents by Inventor Nilesh V. Shah

Nilesh V. Shah 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: 20190141300
    Abstract: Imaging systems providing high resolution, low light images with significant dynamic range are disclosed. The improvements to photo imaging sensors providing low costs and yet higher performance sensors may be obtained an enhanced photosensor generating a single color channel image per photosensor. The single color channel image contains luminence values corresponding to light focused onto the photosensor. The plurality of photosensors are constructed using Indium gallium nitride (InGaN) nanowire structures and nanopyrimid structures used in cells within an array of cells. Photosensors may be constructed as single color imaging devices as well as multi-color devices. The generation of various color channel images are controlled using metasurface filter structures as well as color filter layers setting a wavelength for absorbed light by controlling a concentration of indium gallium nitride (InGaN) within the color filter layers.
    Type: Application
    Filed: October 19, 2018
    Publication date: May 9, 2019
    Inventors: Khaled Ahmed, Richmond Hicks, Nilesh V. Shah
  • Patent number: 10251011
    Abstract: Systems, apparatuses and methods may provide away to render augmented reality (AR) and/or virtual reality (VR) sensory enhancements using ray tracing. More particularly, systems, apparatuses and methods may provide a way to normalize environment information captured by multiple capture devices, and calculate, for an observer, the sound sources or sensed events vector paths. The systems, apparatuses and methods may detect and/or manage one or more capture devices and assign one or more the capture devices based on one or more conditions to provide observer an immersive VR/AR experience.
    Type: Grant
    Filed: April 24, 2017
    Date of Patent: April 2, 2019
    Assignee: Intel Corporation
    Inventors: Joydeep Ray, Travis T. Schluessler, Prasoonkumar Surti, John H. Feit, Nikos Kaburlasos, Jacek Kwiatkowski, Abhishek R. Appu, James M. Holland, Jeffery S. Boles, Jonathan Kennedy, Louis Feng, Atsuo Kuwahara, Barnan Das, Narayan Biswal, Stanley J. Baran, Gokcen Cilingir, Nilesh V. Shah, Archie Sharma, Mayuresh M. Varerkar
  • Publication number: 20190095703
    Abstract: A mechanism is described for facilitating recognition, reidentification, and security in machine learning at autonomous machines. A method of embodiments, as described herein, includes facilitating a camera to detect one or more objects within a physical vicinity, the one or more objects including a person, and the physical vicinity including a house, where detecting includes capturing one or more images of one or more portions of a body of the person. The method may further include extracting body features based on the one or more portions of the body, comparing the extracted body features with feature vectors stored at a database, and building a classification model based on the extracted body features over a period of time to facilitate recognition or reidentification of the person independent of facial recognition of the person.
    Type: Application
    Filed: September 6, 2018
    Publication date: March 28, 2019
    Applicant: Intel Corporation
    Inventors: Barnan Das, Mayuresh M. Varerkar, Narayan Biswal, Stanley J. Baran, Gokcen Cilingir, Nilesh V. Shah, Archie Sharma, Sherine Abdelhak, Praneetha Kotha, Neelay Pandit, John C. Weast, Mike B. Macpherson, Dukhwan Kim, Linda L. Hurd, Abhishek R. Appu, Altug Koker, Joydeep Ray
  • Patent number: 10242486
    Abstract: Systems, apparatuses and methods may provide away to render augmented reality and virtual reality (VR/AR) environment information. More particularly, systems, apparatuses and methods may provide a way to selectively suppress and enhance VR/AR renderings of n-dimensional environments. The systems, apparatuses and methods may deepen a user's VR/AR experience by focusing on particular feedback information, while suppressing other feedback information from the environment.
    Type: Grant
    Filed: April 17, 2017
    Date of Patent: March 26, 2019
    Assignee: Intel Corporation
    Inventors: Chandrasekaran Sakthivel, Michael Apodaca, Kai Xiao, Altug Koker, Jeffery S. Boles, Adam T. Lake, Nikos Kaburlasos, Joydeep Ray, John H. Feit, Travis T. Schluessler, Jacek Kwiatkowski, James M. Holland, Prasoonkumar Surti, Jonathan Kennedy, Louis Feng, Barnan Das, Narayan Biswal, Stanley J. Baran, Gokcen Cilingir, Nilesh V. Shah, Archie Sharma, Mayuresh M. Varerkar
  • Patent number: 10158833
    Abstract: Imaging systems providing high resolution, low light images with significant dynamic range are disclosed. The improvements to photo imaging sensors providing low costs and yet higher performance sensors may be obtained an enhanced photosensor generating a single color channel image per photosensor. The single color channel image contains luminence values corresponding to light focused onto the photosensor. The plurality of photosensors are constructed using Indium gallium nitride (InGaN) nanowire structures and nanopyramid structures used in cells within an array of cells. Photosensors may be constructed as single color imaging devices as well as multi-color devices. The generation of various color channel images are controlled using metasurface filter structures as well as color filter layers setting a wavelength for absorbed light by controlling a concentration of indium gallium nitride (InGaN) within the color filter layers.
    Type: Grant
    Filed: April 24, 2017
    Date of Patent: December 18, 2018
    Assignee: Intel Corporation
    Inventors: Khaled Ahmed, Richmond Hicks, Nilesh V. Shah
  • Publication number: 20180307899
    Abstract: A mechanism is described for facilitating recognition, reidentification, and security in machine learning at autonomous machines. A method of embodiments, as described herein, includes facilitating a camera to detect one or more objects within a physical vicinity, the one or more objects including a person, and the physical vicinity including a house, where detecting includes capturing one or more images of one or more portions of a body of the person. The method may further include extracting body features based on the one or more portions of the body, comparing the extracted body features with feature vectors stored at a database, and building a classification model based on the extracted body features over a period of time to facilitate recognition or reidentification of the person independent of facial recognition of the person.
    Type: Application
    Filed: April 24, 2017
    Publication date: October 25, 2018
    Applicant: Intel Corproation
    Inventors: Barnan Das, MAYURESH M. VARERKAR, NARAYAN BISWAL, STANLEY J. BARAN, GOKCEN CILINGIR, NILESH V. SHAH, ARCHIE SHARMA, SHERINE ABDELHAK, Praneetha Kotha, Neelay Pandit, John C. Weast, Mike B. Macpherson, Dukhwan Kim, Linda L. Hurd, Abhishek R. Appu, Altug Koker, Joydeep Ray
  • Publication number: 20180309965
    Abstract: Imaging systems providing high resolution, low light images with significant dynamic range are disclosed. The improvements to photo imaging sensors providing low costs and yet higher performance sensors may be obtained an enhanced photosensor generating a single color channel image per photosensor. The single color channel image contains luminence values corresponding to light focused onto the photosensor. The plurality of photosensors are constructed using Indium gallium nitride (InGaN) nanowire structures and nanopyramid structures used in cells within an array of cells. Photosensors may be constructed as single color imaging devices as well as multi-color devices. The generation of various color channel images are controlled using metasurface filter structures as well as color filter layers setting a wavelength for absorbed light by controlling a concentration of indium gallium nitride (InGaN) within the color filter layers.
    Type: Application
    Filed: April 24, 2017
    Publication date: October 25, 2018
    Inventors: Khaled Ahmed, Richmond Hicks, Nilesh V. Shah
  • Publication number: 20180310113
    Abstract: Systems, apparatuses and methods may provide away to render augmented reality (AR) and/or virtual reality (VR) sensory enhancements using ray tracing. More particularly, systems, apparatuses and methods may provide a way to normalize environment information captured by multiple capture devices, and calculate, for an observer, the sound sources or sensed events vector paths. The systems, apparatuses and methods may detect and/or manage one or more capture devices and assign one or more the capture devices based on one or more conditions to provide observer an immersive VR/AR experience.
    Type: Application
    Filed: April 24, 2017
    Publication date: October 25, 2018
    Inventors: Joydeep Ray, Travis T. Schluessler, Prasoonkumar Surti, John H. Feit, Nikos Kaburlasos, Jacek Kwiatkowski, Abhishek R. Appu, James M. Holland, Jeffery S. Boles, Jonathan Kennedy, Louis Feng, Atsuo Kuwahara, Barnan Das, Narayan Biswal, Stanley J. Baran, Gokcen Cilingir, Nilesh V. Shah, Archie Sharma, Mayuresh M. Varerkar
  • Patent number: 10108850
    Abstract: A mechanism is described for facilitating recognition, reidentification, and security in machine learning at autonomous machines. A method of embodiments, as described herein, includes facilitating a camera to detect one or more objects within a physical vicinity, the one or more objects including a person, and the physical vicinity including a house, where detecting includes capturing one or more images of one or more portions of a body of the person. The method may further include extracting body features based on the one or more portions of the body, comparing the extracted body features with feature vectors stored at a database, and building a classification model based on the extracted body features over a period of time to facilitate recognition or reidentification of the person independent of facial recognition of the person.
    Type: Grant
    Filed: April 24, 2017
    Date of Patent: October 23, 2018
    Assignee: Intel Corporation
    Inventors: Barnan Das, Mayuresh M. Varerkar, Narayan Biswal, Stanley J. Baran, Gokcen Cilingir, Nilesh V. Shah, Archie Sharma, Sherine Abdelhak, Praneetha Kotha, Neelay Pandit, John C. Weast, Mike B. Macpherson, Dukhwan Kim, Linda L. Hurd, Abhishek R. Appu, Altug Koker, Joydeep Ray
  • Publication number: 20180300940
    Abstract: Systems, apparatuses and methods may provide away to render augmented reality and virtual reality (VR/AR) environment information. More particularly, systems, apparatuses and methods may provide a way to selectively suppress and enhance VR/AR renderings of n-dimensional environments. The systems, apparatuses and methods may deepen a user's VR/AR experience by focusing on particular feedback information, while suppressing other feedback information from the environment.
    Type: Application
    Filed: April 17, 2017
    Publication date: October 18, 2018
    Inventors: Chandrasekaran Sakthivel, Michael Apodaca, Kai Xiao, Altug Koker, Jeffery S. Boles, Adam T. Lake, Nikos Kaburlasos, Joydeep Ray, John H. Feit, Travis T. Schluessler, Jacek Kwiatkowski, James M. Holland, Prasoonkumar Surti, Jonathan Kennedy, Louis Feng, Barnan Das, Narayan Biswal, Stanley J. Baran, Gokcen Cilingir, Nilesh V. Shah, Archie Sharma, Mayuresh M. Varerkar
  • Publication number: 20180300556
    Abstract: A mechanism is described for facilitating person tracking and data security in machine learning at autonomous machines. A method of embodiments, as described herein, includes detecting, by a camera associated with one or more trackers, a person within a physical vicinity, where detecting includes capturing one or more images the person. The method may further include tracking, by the one or more trackers, the person based on the one or more images of the person, where tracking includes collect tracking data relating to the person. The method may further include selecting a tracker of the one or more trackers as a preferred tracker based on the tracking data.
    Type: Application
    Filed: April 17, 2017
    Publication date: October 18, 2018
    Applicant: Intel Corporation
    Inventors: MAYURESH M. VARERKAR, BARNAN DAS, NARAYAN BISWAL, STANLEY J. BARAN, GOKCEN CILINGIR, NILESH V. SHAH, ARCHIE SHARMA, SHERINE ABDELHAK, SACHIN GODSE, FARSHAD AKHBARI, NARAYAN SRINIVASA, ALTUG KOKER, NADATHUR RAJAGOPALAN SATISH, DUKHWAN KIM, FENG CHEN, ABHISHEK R. APPU, JOYDEEP RAY, PING T. TANG, MICHAEL S. STRICKLAND, XIAOMING CHEN, ANBANG YAO, TATIANA SHPEISMAN, Vasanth Ranganathan, Sanjeev Jahagirdir
  • Publication number: 20180301095
    Abstract: Often when there is a glare on a display screen the user may be able to mitigate the glare by tilting or otherwise moving the screen or changing their viewing position. However, when driving a car there are limited options for overcoming glares on the dashboard, especially when you are driving for a long distance in the same direction. Embodiments are directed to eliminating such glare. Other embodiments are related to mixed reality (MR) and filling in occluded areas.
    Type: Application
    Filed: April 17, 2017
    Publication date: October 18, 2018
    Inventors: Arthur J. Runyan, Richmond Hicks, Nausheen Ansari, Narayan Biswal, Ya-Ti Peng, Abhishek R. Appu, Wen-Fu Kao, Sang-Hee Lee, Joydeep Ray, Changliang Wang, Satyanarayana Avadhanam, Scott Janus, Gary Smith, Nilesh V. Shah, Keith W. Rowe, Robert J. Johnston
  • Patent number: 9448663
    Abstract: Technologies for touch point detection include a computing device configured to receive input frames from a touch screen, identify touch point centroids and cluster boundaries, and track touch points. The computing device may group cells of the input frame into blocks. Using a processor graphics, the computing device may dispatch one thread per block to identify local maxima of the input frame and merge centroids within a touch distance threshold. The computing device may dispatch one thread per centroid to detect cluster boundaries. The computing device may dispatch one thread per previously identified touch point to assign an identifier of a previously tracked touch point to a touch point within a tracking distance threshold, remove duplicate identifiers, and assign unassigned identifiers to closest touch points. The computing device may dispatch one thread per block to assign unique identifiers to each unassigned touch point. Other embodiments are described and claimed.
    Type: Grant
    Filed: June 28, 2013
    Date of Patent: September 20, 2016
    Assignee: Intel Corporation
    Inventors: Chaitanya R. Gandra, Balaji Vembu, Arvind A. Kumar, Nilesh V. Shah
  • Publication number: 20160098148
    Abstract: Technologies for touch point detection include a computing device configured to receive input frames from a touch screen, identify touch point centroids and cluster boundaries, and track touch points. The computing device may group cells of the input frame into blocks. Using a processor graphics, the computing device may dispatch one thread per block to identify local maxima of the input frame and merge centroids within a touch distance threshold. The computing device may dispatch one thread per centroid to detect cluster boundaries. The computing device may dispatch one thread per previously identified touch point to assign an identifier of a previously tracked touch point to a touch point within a tracking distance threshold, remove duplicate identifiers, and assign unassigned identifiers to closest touch points. The computing device may dispatch one thread per block to assign unique identifiers to each unassigned touch point. Other embodiments are described and claimed.
    Type: Application
    Filed: June 28, 2013
    Publication date: April 7, 2016
    Inventors: Chaitanya R. GANDRA, Balaji VEMBU, Arvind A. KUMAR, Nilesh V. SHAH
  • Patent number: 8332675
    Abstract: In some embodiments, an electronic apparatus comprises at least one processor, a plurality of components, and a policy engine comprising logic to receive latency data from one or more components in the electronic device, compute a minimum latency tolerance value from the latency data, and determine a power management policy from the minimum latency tolerance value.
    Type: Grant
    Filed: August 19, 2011
    Date of Patent: December 11, 2012
    Assignee: Intel Corporation
    Inventors: Seh W. Kwa, Robert Gough, Neil Songer, Jaya L. Jeyaseelan, Barnes Cooper, Nilesh V. Shah
  • Publication number: 20110302626
    Abstract: In some embodiments, an electronic apparatus comprises at least one processor, a plurality of components, and a policy engine comprising logic to receive latency data from one or more components in the electronic device, compute a minimum latency tolerance value from the latency data, and determine a power management policy from the minimum latency tolerance value.
    Type: Application
    Filed: August 19, 2011
    Publication date: December 8, 2011
    Inventors: Seh W. Kwa, Robert Gough, Neil Songer, Jaya L. Jeyaseelan, Barnes Cooper, Nilesh V. Shah
  • Publication number: 20110078473
    Abstract: In some embodiments, an electronic apparatus comprises at least one processor, a plurality of components, and a policy engine comprising logic to receive latency data from one or more components in the electronic device, compute a minimum latency tolerance value from the latency data, and determine a power management policy from the minimum latency tolerance value.
    Type: Application
    Filed: December 3, 2010
    Publication date: March 31, 2011
    Inventors: Seh W. Kwa, Robert Gough, Neil Songer, Jaya L. Jevaseelan, Barnes Cooper, Nilesh V. Shah
  • Publication number: 20090172434
    Abstract: In some embodiments, an electronic apparatus comprises at least one processor, a plurality of components, and a policy engine comprising logic to receive latency data from one or more components in the electronic device, compute a minimum latency tolerance value from the latency data, and determine a power management policy from the minimum latency tolerance value.
    Type: Application
    Filed: December 31, 2007
    Publication date: July 2, 2009
    Inventors: Seh W. Kwa, Robert Gough, Neil Songer, Jaya L. Jeyaseelan, Barnes Cooper, Nilesh V. Shah
  • Patent number: 6603480
    Abstract: An embodiment of a graphics controller includes a clock output circuit to output a clock signal and also includes a display device control signal input/output circuit to output a display device control signal. The graphics controller further includes a display device data bus input/output circuit to output an encoded information on a display device data bus when the display device control signal output circuit asserts the display device control signal, the encoded information to represent a power management state.
    Type: Grant
    Filed: December 30, 1998
    Date of Patent: August 5, 2003
    Assignee: Intel Corporation
    Inventor: Nilesh V. Shah
  • Patent number: 6275242
    Abstract: An embodiment of a method for terminating direct memory access transfers from system memory to a video device includes completing a current byte transfer from a graphics controller to a video device and then refraining from initiating any further write cycles associated with a DMA transfer to the video device. The graphics controller then allows uninterrupted or atomic read and write cycles to the video device. The graphics controller also completes any current read cycles on a system bus that had previously been initiated. The graphics controller then resets its DMA engine and invalidates all information in a first-in, first-out (FIFO) storage buffer.
    Type: Grant
    Filed: December 31, 1998
    Date of Patent: August 14, 2001
    Assignee: Intel Corporation
    Inventors: Nilesh V. Shah, Andrew E. Roedel, Cliff D. Hall