Patents by Inventor Owen Xu Li

Owen Xu Li 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: 11065480
    Abstract: A personal protective device (PPE), which can include a face cover assembly and a bodysuit configured to be worn by a human user. The device protects users against airborne aerosol particles containing viruses or other infectious agents while enabling improved flexibility relative to prior art designs. The device includes a helmet-like” rotating face cover assembly that fits over the user's head and attaches to a collar on the biohazard bodysuit. This rotating face cover assembly has a plurality of different mask sides, each with differing geometries or other properties. The device enables a user to can rotate the cover and select a given mask side that best meets that user's needs. The different mask sides can accommodate different facial geometries, eyewear types, and use cases.
    Type: Grant
    Filed: November 9, 2020
    Date of Patent: July 20, 2021
    Inventors: Andy Chen, Cindy Jingru Wang, Allen Bryan, Alisa Zhou, Owen Xu Li, Angel Zhou
  • Publication number: 20210052922
    Abstract: A personal protective device (PPE) comprising a face cover assembly and a bodysuit configured to be worn by a human user. The device protects users against airborne aerosol particles containing viruses or other infectious agents while enabling improved flexibility relative to prior art designs. The device includes a helmet-like” rotating face cover assembly that fits over the user's head and attaches to a collar on the biohazard bodysuit. This rotating face cover assembly has a plurality of different mask sides, each with differing geometries or other properties. The device enables a user to can rotate the cover and select a given mask side that best meets that user's needs. The different mask sides can accommodate different facial geometries, eyewear types, and use cases.
    Type: Application
    Filed: November 9, 2020
    Publication date: February 25, 2021
    Inventors: Andy Chen, Cindy Jingru Wang, Allen Bryan, Alisa Zhou, Owen Xu Li, Angel Zhou
  • Patent number: 10579017
    Abstract: Computer-processor controlled energy harvester system optimized for use on mobile platforms. The system uses a plurality of oscillating weight type energy collectors, each configured to store the energy from changes in the system's ambient acceleration as stored mechanical energy. The energy collectors are configured to move between a first position where the energy collector stores energy, to a second position where the energy collectors release stored energy to a geared electrical generator shaft, thus producing electrical energy, often stored in a battery. A plurality of processor controlled electronic actuators control when each energy collector stores and releases energy. The processor can use battery charge sensors, and suitable software and firmware to optimize system function. To facilitate use on mobile platforms, the processor also uses input from a 3-axis accelerometer to dynamically reconfigure the energy collectors according to the present major directions of ambient acceleration.
    Type: Grant
    Filed: July 14, 2019
    Date of Patent: March 3, 2020
    Assignee: RISING STAR PATHWAY, A CALIFORNIA CORPORATION
    Inventors: Alisa Zhou, Cindy Jingru Wang, Kevin Zhang, Jiarong Chen, Mengcheng Han, Owen Xu Li, Zeru Li
  • Publication number: 20190339649
    Abstract: Computer-processor controlled energy harvester system optimized for use on mobile platforms. The system uses a plurality of oscillating weight type energy collectors, each configured to store the energy from changes in the system's ambient acceleration as stored mechanical energy. The energy collectors are configured to move between a first position where the energy collector stores energy, to a second position where the energy collectors release stored energy to a geared electrical generator shaft, thus producing electrical energy, often stored in a battery. A plurality of processor controlled electronic actuators control when each energy collector stores and releases energy. The processor can use battery charge sensors, and suitable software and firmware to optimize system function. To facilitate use on mobile platforms, the processor also uses input from a 3-axis accelerometer to dynamically reconfigure the energy collectors according to the present major directions of ambient acceleration.
    Type: Application
    Filed: July 14, 2019
    Publication date: November 7, 2019
    Inventors: Alisa Zhou, Cindy Jingru Wang, Kevin Zhang, Jiarong Chen, Mengcheng Han, Owen Xu Li, Zeru Li
  • Patent number: 10345758
    Abstract: Computer processor controlled energy harvester system. The system uses a plurality of oscillating weight type energy collectors, each configured to store the energy from changes in the system's ambient motion as stored mechanical energy, often in a compressed spring. The energy collectors are configured to move between a first position where the energy collector stores energy, to a second position where the energy collectors release stored energy to a geared electrical generator shaft, thus producing electrical energy, often stored in a battery. A plurality of processor controlled electronic actuators, usually one per energy collector, control when each energy collector stores and releases energy. The processor can use accelerometer sensors, battery charge sensors, and suitable software and firmware to optimize system function.
    Type: Grant
    Filed: October 7, 2018
    Date of Patent: July 9, 2019
    Assignee: RISING STAR PATHWAY, A CALIFORNIA CORPORATION
    Inventors: David W. Zhang, Kevin Bryan, Serena Mao, Owen Xu Li, Julie Broch, Michelle Hua
  • Publication number: 20190041798
    Abstract: Computer processor controlled energy harvester system. The system uses a plurality of oscillating weight type energy collectors, each configured to store the energy from changes in the system's ambient motion as stored mechanical energy, often in a compressed spring. The energy collectors are configured to move between a first position where the energy collector stores energy, to a second position where the energy collectors release stored energy to a geared electrical generator shaft, thus producing electrical energy, often stored in a battery. A plurality of processor controlled electronic actuators, usually one per energy collector, control when each energy collector stores and releases energy. The processor can use accelerometer sensors, battery charge sensors, and suitable software and firmware to optimize system function.
    Type: Application
    Filed: October 7, 2018
    Publication date: February 7, 2019
    Inventors: David W. Zhang, Kevin Bryan, Serena Mao, Owen Xu Li, Julie Broch, Michelle Hua