Patents by Inventor Trey Moore

Trey Moore 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: 20190172244
    Abstract: A video may be presented on a touchscreen display. Reception of annotation input may be determined based on user's engagement with the touchscreen display. Annotation input may define an in-frame visual annotation for the video. In-frame visual annotation may be associated with a visual portion of the video and one or more points within a duration of the video such that a subsequent presentation of the video includes the in-frame visual annotation positioned at the visual portion of the video at the one or more points. A graphical user interface may be presented on the touchscreen display. The graphical user interface may include one or more animation fields that provide options for selection by the user. The options may define different properties of a moving visual element added to the video. The options may define visual characteristics, presentation periods, and motions of the moving visual element.
    Type: Application
    Filed: February 11, 2019
    Publication date: June 6, 2019
    Inventors: Trey Moore, Ross Chinni, Nicholas D. Woodman, Meghan Laffey
  • Patent number: 10282518
    Abstract: Methods, systems, and apparatus, including computer programs encoded on a computer storage medium, for displaying an electrocardiogram (ECG) on a computing device using actions including receiving data corresponding to the ECG, processing the data to generate a plurality of traces, displaying a plurality of trace display windows, displaying each trace of the plurality of traces in a trace window of the plurality of trace windows, receiving user input corresponding to at least one trace window of the plurality of trace windows, and modifying a display of each trace of the plurality of traces in the respective trace display windows in response to the user input.
    Type: Grant
    Filed: January 18, 2012
    Date of Patent: May 7, 2019
    Assignee: AirStrip IP Holdings, LLC
    Inventors: William Cameron Powell, Stephen Trey Moore
  • Patent number: 10262382
    Abstract: Implementations are directed to providing a user of a mobile device access to patient information and patient physiological data. Actions can include receiving user input, the user input indicating a user command to display a task screen, in response to the user input, processing user-specific data to determine one or more patient icons, each patient icon representing a time-sensitive, patient-associated task, and displaying the task screen on the mobile device, the task screen displaying one or more patient icon groups, each patient icon group including a patient icon of the one or more patient icons.
    Type: Grant
    Filed: February 28, 2014
    Date of Patent: April 16, 2019
    Assignee: AirStrip IP Holdings, LLC
    Inventors: Stephen Trey Moore, Neil R. McQueen
  • Publication number: 20190063207
    Abstract: Implementations are directed to remote data aggregation, data management, and data visualization of field data from remote field site locations. Actions can include generating, by one or more sensors, the field data, each sensor of the one or more sensors being responsive to field site activity, transmitting, through a regional network, the field data to a back-end system, processing, by the back-end system, the field data to provide visualization data, transmitting the visualization data to one or more mobile computing devices, and providing a computer-executable application for execution on a mobile computing device, the computer-executable application processing the visualization data to provide data visualizations.
    Type: Application
    Filed: October 15, 2018
    Publication date: February 28, 2019
    Inventors: Matthew Harrison, William Cameron Powell, Stephen Trey Moore
  • Patent number: 10217527
    Abstract: Implementations are directed to providing a user of a mobile device access to patient information and patient physiological data. Actions can include receiving user input, the user input indicating a user command to display a monitoring screen for a particular patient, processing patient-specific data and event data to provide one or more event summaries, each event summary including a graphical representation of an event based on the patient-specific data, and displaying the monitoring screen on the mobile device, the monitoring screen including the one or more event summaries, each event summary including at least a portion of patient-specific data displayed as a waveform associated with an event.
    Type: Grant
    Filed: February 28, 2014
    Date of Patent: February 26, 2019
    Assignee: AirStrip IP Holdings, LLC
    Inventors: Stephen Trey Moore, Augustine Vidal Pedraza, IV, Neil R. McQueen, Lloyd Kory Brown, Thomas Scott Wade
  • Publication number: 20190051330
    Abstract: Implementations are directed to providing a digital media editing environment for editing at least a portion of a digital video using a mobile device, establishing communication between the mobile device and a data source, receiving, from the data source, a first portion of the digital video, the first portion including a first set of frames including less than all frames of the digital video, applying an edit to the first portion of the digital video, while less than all frames of the first digital video are stored on the mobile device, subsequent to applying the at least one edit, receiving, from the data source, a second portion of the digital video, the second portion including a second set of frames, and storing an edited digital video including at least one frame of the first set of frames, at least one frame of the second set of frames, and the edit.
    Type: Application
    Filed: October 16, 2018
    Publication date: February 14, 2019
    Inventors: Stephen Trey Moore, Ross Chinni, Devin McKaskle
  • Patent number: 10204437
    Abstract: A video may be presented on a touchscreen display. Reception of annotation input may be determined based on user's engagement with the touchscreen display. Annotation input may define an in-frame visual annotation for the video. In-frame visual annotation may be associated with a visual portion of the video and one or more points within a duration of the video such that a subsequent presentation of the video includes the in-frame visual annotation positioned at the visual portion of the video at the one or more points. A graphical user interface may be presented on the touchscreen display. The graphical user interface may include one or more animation fields that provide options for selection by the user. The options may define different properties of a moving visual element added to the video. The options may define visual characteristics, presentation periods, and motions of the moving visual element.
    Type: Grant
    Filed: November 3, 2017
    Date of Patent: February 12, 2019
    Assignee: GoPro, Inc.
    Inventors: Trey Moore, Ross Chinni, Nicholas D. Woodman, Meghan Laffey
  • Patent number: 10109319
    Abstract: Implementations are directed to providing a digital media editing environment for editing at least a portion of a digital video using a mobile device, establishing communication between the mobile device and a data source, receiving, from the data source, a first portion of the digital video, the first portion including a first set of frames including less than all frames of the digital video, applying an edit to the first portion of the digital video, while less than all frames of the first digital video are stored on the mobile device, subsequent to applying the at least one edit, receiving, from the data source, a second portion of the digital video, the second portion including a second set of frames, and storing an edited digital video including at least one frame of the first set of frames, at least one frame of the second set of frames, and the edit.
    Type: Grant
    Filed: January 6, 2017
    Date of Patent: October 23, 2018
    Assignee: GoPro, Inc.
    Inventors: Stephen Trey Moore, Ross Chinni, Devin McKaskle
  • Patent number: 10100629
    Abstract: Implementations are directed to remote data aggregation, data management, and data visualization of field data from remote field site locations. Actions can include generating, by one or more sensors, the field data, each sensor of the one or more sensors being responsive to field site activity, transmitting, through a regional network, the field data to a back-end system, processing, by the back-end system, the field data to provide visualization data, transmitting the visualization data to one or more mobile computing devices, and providing a computer-executable application for execution on a mobile computing device, the computer-executable application processing the visualization data to provide data visualizations.
    Type: Grant
    Filed: March 12, 2014
    Date of Patent: October 16, 2018
    Assignee: WellAware Holdings, Inc.
    Inventors: Matthew Harrison, William Cameron Powell, Stephen Trey Moore
  • Patent number: 10083537
    Abstract: A video may be presented on a touchscreen display. Reception of annotation input may be determined based on user's engagement with the touchscreen display. Annotation input may define an in-frame visual annotation for the video. In-frame visual annotation may be associated with a visual portion of the video and one or more points within a duration of the video such that a subsequent presentation of the video includes the in-frame visual annotation positioned at the visual portion of the video at the one or more points. A graphical user interface may be presented on the touchscreen display. The graphical user interface may include one or more animation fields that provide options for selection by the user. The options may define different properties of a moving visual element added to the video. The options may define visual characteristics, presentation periods, and motions of the moving visual element.
    Type: Grant
    Filed: September 16, 2016
    Date of Patent: September 25, 2018
    Assignee: GoPro, Inc.
    Inventors: Stephen Trey Moore, Ross Chinni, Nicholas D. Woodman
  • Patent number: 10078875
    Abstract: A data-processing tool for displaying real-time patient data on remote and/or mobile devices. The tool renders graphical data on the screen of the remote device in a manner that makes it practical for the health care provider to review the data. Charting components provide landscape support, an ability to overlay patient data and patient images, zoom in/zoom out, custom variable speed scrolling, split screen support, and formatting control. The methodology operates as an asynchronous application, allowing patient data to be streamed in real-time to the handheld device while conserving enough CPU power to simultaneously allow the end user to interact at will with the responsive display application. Finally, the methodology implements an IT management console that allows system managers to monitor the exchange of data between hospital systems and the primary database, including all patient data packets, notifications and alerts, connected remote devices, etc.
    Type: Grant
    Filed: August 17, 2012
    Date of Patent: September 18, 2018
    Assignee: AirStrip IP Holdings, LLC
    Inventors: William Cameron Powell, Trey Moore
  • Patent number: 10068057
    Abstract: Implementations are directed to providing a user of a mobile device access to patient information and patient physiological data. Actions can include receiving user input, the user input indicating a user command to display a vitals screen for a particular patient, processing patient-specific data and trend data to provide one or more trend graphs, and displaying the vitals screen on the mobile device, the vitals screen including a first display region and a second display region, the first display region displaying one or more trend graphs, and the second display region displaying one or more vitals data sets, each vitals data set corresponding to a trend graph displayed in the first display region.
    Type: Grant
    Filed: February 28, 2014
    Date of Patent: September 4, 2018
    Assignee: AirStrip IP Holdings, LLC
    Inventor: Stephen Trey Moore
  • Patent number: 10042979
    Abstract: Implementations are directed to providing a user of a mobile device access to patient information and patient physiological data. Actions can include receiving user input, the user input indicating a user command to display a laboratory results screen for a particular patient, processing patient-specific data and lab results data to provide one or more tables, and displaying the laboratory results screen on the mobile device, the laboratory results screen including the one or more tables, each table of the one or more tables providing one or more discrete data values, wherein a discrete data value of the one or more discrete values is user-selectable to provide detailed result information.
    Type: Grant
    Filed: February 28, 2014
    Date of Patent: August 7, 2018
    Assignee: AirStrip IP Holdings, LLC
    Inventors: Stephen Trey Moore, Augustine Vidal Pedraza, IV, Neil R. McQueen, Lloyd Kory Brown, Thomas Scott Wade, William Bryan Crane, Jean-Francois Lancelot
  • Patent number: 9996667
    Abstract: Implementations are directed to providing a user of a mobile device access to patient information and patient physiological data. Actions can include receiving user input, the user input indicating a user command to display a consults screen, in response to the user input, processing user-specific data to determine one or more user-specific patient icon groups, and displaying the consults screen on the mobile device, the consults screen including one or more display regions and one or more patient icon groups, each display region displaying a patient icon group, the patient icon groups including a pending patient icon group.
    Type: Grant
    Filed: February 28, 2014
    Date of Patent: June 12, 2018
    Assignee: AirStrip IP Holdings, LLC
    Inventors: Stephen Trey Moore, Thomas Scott Wade
  • Publication number: 20180053530
    Abstract: A video may be presented on a touchscreen display. Reception of annotation input may be determined based on user's engagement with the touchscreen display. Annotation input may define an in-frame visual annotation for the video. In-frame visual annotation may be associated with a visual portion of the video and one or more points within a duration of the video such that a subsequent presentation of the video includes the in-frame visual annotation positioned at the visual portion of the video at the one or more points. A graphical user interface may be presented on the touchscreen display. The graphical user interface may include one or more animation fields that provide options for selection by the user. The options may define different properties of a moving visual element added to the video. The options may define visual characteristics, presentation periods, and motions of the moving visual element.
    Type: Application
    Filed: November 3, 2017
    Publication date: February 22, 2018
    Inventors: Trey Moore, Ross Chinni, Nicholas D. Woodman, Meghan Laffey
  • Patent number: 9812175
    Abstract: A video may be presented on a touchscreen display. Reception of annotation input may be determined based on user's engagement with the touchscreen display. Annotation input may define an in-frame visual annotation for the video. In-frame visual annotation may be associated with a visual portion of the video and one or more points within a duration of the video such that a subsequent presentation of the video includes the in-frame visual annotation positioned at the visual portion of the video at the one or more points. A graphical user interface may be presented on the touchscreen display. The graphical user interface may include one or more animation fields that provide options for selection by the user. The options may define different properties of a moving visual element added to the video. The options may define visual characteristics, presentation periods, and motions of the moving visual element.
    Type: Grant
    Filed: September 16, 2016
    Date of Patent: November 7, 2017
    Assignee: GoPro, Inc.
    Inventors: Trey Moore, Ross Chinni, Nicholas D. Woodman, Meghan Laffey
  • Publication number: 20170229153
    Abstract: A video may be presented on a touchscreen display. Reception of annotation input may be determined based on user's engagement with the touchscreen display. Annotation input may define an in-frame visual annotation for the video. In-frame visual annotation may be associated with a visual portion of the video and one or more points within a duration of the video such that a subsequent presentation of the video includes the in-frame visual annotation positioned at the visual portion of the video at the one or more points. A graphical user interface may be presented on the touchscreen display. The graphical user interface may include one or more animation fields that provide options for selection by the user. The options may define different properties of a moving visual element added to the video. The options may define visual characteristics, presentation periods, and motions of the moving visual element.
    Type: Application
    Filed: September 16, 2016
    Publication date: August 10, 2017
    Inventors: Trey Moore, Ross Chinni, Nicholas D. Woodman, Meghan Laffey, II
  • Publication number: 20170229147
    Abstract: Implementations are directed to providing an edit profile including one or more suggested edits to a digital video, actions including receiving metadata associated with the digital video, the metadata including data representative of one or more of movement and an environment associated with recording of the digital video, processing the metadata to provide a suggested edit profile including at least one set of effects, the at least one set of effects including one or more effects configured to be applied to at least a portion of the digital video, providing a respective graphical representation of individual effect of the one or more effects within an effect interface, and receiving, through the effect interface, a user selection of a set of effects of the suggested edit profile, and in response, storing, in computer-readable memory, an edit profile comprising the set of effects for application to the digital video.
    Type: Application
    Filed: February 3, 2017
    Publication date: August 10, 2017
    Inventors: Devin McKaskle, Stephen Trey Moore, Ross Chinni
  • Publication number: 20170200473
    Abstract: Implementations are directed to providing a digital media editing environment for editing at least a portion of a digital video using a mobile device, establishing communication between the mobile device and a data source, receiving, from the data source, a first portion of the digital video, the first portion including a first set of frames including less than all frames of the digital video, applying an edit to the first portion of the digital video, while less than all frames of the first digital video are stored on the mobile device, subsequent to applying the at least one edit, receiving, from the data source, a second portion of the digital video, the second portion including a second set of frames, and storing an edited digital video including at least one frame of the first set of frames, at least one frame of the second set of frames, and the edit.
    Type: Application
    Filed: January 6, 2017
    Publication date: July 13, 2017
    Inventors: Stephen Trey Moore, Ross Chinni, Devin McKaskle
  • Publication number: 20170092327
    Abstract: A computer-implemented method involving an object-based editing environment for defining a digital video as a linear arrangement of discrete media objects, each digital media object electronically stored as a digital file. The method includes displaying a graphical representation of a first digital media object within the editing environment; displaying one or more user interface icons associated with the digital media object; displaying a first menu in response to receiving a first user input; receiving second user input associated with the first menu and identifying a second digital media object; displaying a graphical representation of the second digital media object within the editing environment; and generating a digital video comprising the first digital media object and the second digital media object.
    Type: Application
    Filed: December 13, 2016
    Publication date: March 30, 2017
    Inventor: Stephen Trey Moore