Patents by Inventor Yannick JAMES

Yannick JAMES 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: 11062522
    Abstract: An augmented reality surgical system includes a head mounted display (HMD) with a see-through display screen, a motion sensor, a camera, and computer equipment. The motion sensor outputs a head motion signal indicating measured movement of the HMD. The computer equipment computes the relative location and orientation of reference markers connected to the HMD and to the patient based on processing a video signal from the camera. The computer equipment generates a three dimensional anatomical model using patient data created by medical imaging equipment, and rotates and scales at least a portion of the three dimensional anatomical model based on the relative location and orientation of the reference markers, and further rotate at least a portion of the three dimensional anatomical model based on the head motion signal to track measured movement of the HMD. The rotated and scaled three dimensional anatomical model is displayed on the display screen.
    Type: Grant
    Filed: December 9, 2019
    Date of Patent: July 13, 2021
    Assignee: Global Medical Inc
    Inventors: Kenneth Milton Jones, John Popoolapade, Thomas Calloway, Thierry Lemoine, Christian Jutteau, Christophe Bruzy, Yannick James, Joachim Laguarda, Dong-Mei Pei Xing, Sebastien Gorges, Paul Michael Yarin
  • Publication number: 20200242845
    Abstract: An augmented reality surgical system includes a head mounted display (HMD) with a see-through display screen, a motion sensor, a camera, and computer equipment. The motion sensor outputs a head motion signal indicating measured movement of the HMD. The computer equipment computes the relative location and orientation of reference markers connected to the HMD and to the patient based on processing a video signal from the camera. The computer equipment generates a three dimensional anatomical model using patient data created by medical imaging equipment, and rotates and scales at least a portion of the three dimensional anatomical model based on the relative location and orientation of the reference markers, and further rotate at least a portion of the three dimensional anatomical model based on the head motion signal to track measured movement of the HMD. The rotated and scaled three dimensional anatomical model is displayed on the display screen.
    Type: Application
    Filed: April 8, 2020
    Publication date: July 30, 2020
    Inventors: Kenneth Milton Jones, John Popoolapade, Thomas Calloway, Thierry Lemoine, Christian Jutteau, Christophe Bruzy, Yannick James, Joachim Laguarda, Dong-Mei Pei Xing, Sebastien Gorges, Paul Michael Yarin
  • Publication number: 20200219324
    Abstract: An augmented reality surgical system includes a head mounted display (HMD) with a see-through display screen, a motion sensor, a camera, and computer equipment. The motion sensor outputs a head motion signal indicating measured movement of the HMD. The computer equipment computes the relative location and orientation of reference markers connected to the HMD and to the patient based on processing a video signal from the camera. The computer equipment generates a three dimensional anatomical model using patient data created by medical imaging equipment, and rotates and scales at least a portion of the three dimensional anatomical model based on the relative location and orientation of the reference markers, and further rotate at least a portion of the three dimensional anatomical model based on the head motion signal to track measured movement of the HMD. The rotated and scaled three dimensional anatomical model is displayed on the display screen.
    Type: Application
    Filed: March 17, 2020
    Publication date: July 9, 2020
    Inventors: Kenneth Milton Jones, John Popoolapade, Thomas Calloway, Thierry Lemoine, Christian Jutteau, Christophe Bruzy, Yannick James, Joachim Laguarda, Dong-Mei Pei Xing, Sebastien Gorges, Paul Michael Yarin
  • Publication number: 20200184729
    Abstract: An augmented reality surgical system includes a head mounted display (HMD) with a see-through display screen, a motion sensor, a camera, and computer equipment. The motion sensor outputs a head motion signal indicating measured movement of the HMD. The computer equipment computes the relative location and orientation of reference markers connected to the HMD and to the patient based on processing a video signal from the camera. The computer equipment generates a three dimensional anatomical model using patient data created by medical imaging equipment, and rotates and scales at least a portion of the three dimensional anatomical model based on the relative location and orientation of the reference markers, and further rotate at least a portion of the three dimensional anatomical model based on the head motion signal to track measured movement of the HMD. The rotated and scaled three dimensional anatomical model is displayed on the display screen.
    Type: Application
    Filed: December 9, 2019
    Publication date: June 11, 2020
    Inventors: Kenneth Milton Jones, John Popoolapade, Thomas Calloway, Thierry Lemoine, Christian Jutteau, Christophe Bruzy, Yannick James, Joachim Laguarda, Dong-Mei Pei Xing, Sebastien Gorges, Paul Michael Yarin
  • Patent number: 10650594
    Abstract: An augmented reality surgical system includes a head mounted display (HMD) with a see-through display screen, a motion sensor, a camera, and computer equipment. The motion sensor outputs a head motion signal indicating measured movement of the HMD. The computer equipment computes the relative location and orientation of reference markers connected to the HMD and to the patient based on processing a video signal from the camera. The computer equipment generates a three dimensional anatomical model using patient data created by medical imaging equipment, and rotates and scales at least a portion of the three dimensional anatomical model based on the relative location and orientation of the reference markers, and further rotate at least a portion of the three dimensional anatomical model based on the head motion signal to track measured movement of the HMD. The rotated and scaled three dimensional anatomical model is displayed on the display screen.
    Type: Grant
    Filed: September 25, 2017
    Date of Patent: May 12, 2020
    Assignee: Globus Medical Inc.
    Inventors: Kenneth Milton Jones, John Popoolapade, Thomas Calloway, Thierry Lemoine, Christian Jutteau, Christophe Bruzy, Yannick James, Joachim Laguarda, Dong-Mei Pei Xing, Sebastien Gorges, Paul Michael Yarin
  • Patent number: 10580217
    Abstract: An augmented reality surgical system includes a head mounted display (HMD) with a see-through display screen, a motion sensor, a camera, and computer equipment. The motion sensor outputs a head motion signal indicating measured movement of the HMD. The computer equipment computes the relative location and orientation of reference markers connected to the HMD and to the patient based on processing a video signal from the camera. The computer equipment generates a three dimensional anatomical model using patient data created by medical imaging equipment, and rotates and scales at least a portion of the three dimensional anatomical model based on the relative location and orientation of the reference markers, and further rotate at least a portion of the three dimensional anatomical model based on the head motion signal to track measured movement of the HMD. The rotated and scaled three dimensional anatomical model is displayed on the display screen.
    Type: Grant
    Filed: June 5, 2018
    Date of Patent: March 3, 2020
    Assignee: Globus Medical, Inc.
    Inventors: Kenneth Milton Jones, John Popoolapade, Thomas Calloway, Thierry Lemoine, Christian Jutteau, Christophe Bruzy, Yannick James, Joachim Laguarda, Dong-Mei Pei Xing, Sebastien Gorges, Paul Michael Yarin
  • Patent number: 10546423
    Abstract: An augmented reality surgical system includes a head mounted display (HMD) with a see-through display screen, a motion sensor, a camera, and computer equipment. The motion sensor outputs a head motion signal indicating measured movement of the HMD. The computer equipment computes the relative location and orientation of reference markers connected to the HMD and to the patient based on processing a video signal from the camera. The computer equipment generates a three dimensional anatomical model using patient data created by medical imaging equipment, and rotates and scales at least a portion of the three dimensional anatomical model based on the relative location and orientation of the reference markers, and further rotate at least a portion of the three dimensional anatomical model based on the head motion signal to track measured movement of the HMD. The rotated and scaled three dimensional anatomical model is displayed on the display screen.
    Type: Grant
    Filed: September 8, 2017
    Date of Patent: January 28, 2020
    Assignee: Globus Medical, Inc.
    Inventors: Kenneth Milton Jones, John Popoolapade, Thomas Calloway, Thierry Lemoine, Christian Jutteau, Christophe Bruzy, Yannick James, Joachim Laguarda, Dong-Mei Pei Xing, Sebastien Gorges, Paul Michael Yarin
  • Publication number: 20180286136
    Abstract: An augmented reality surgical system includes a head mounted display (HMD) with a see-through display screen, a motion sensor, a camera, and computer equipment. The motion sensor outputs a head motion signal indicating measured movement of the HMD. The computer equipment computes the relative location and orientation of reference markers connected to the HMD and to the patient based on processing a video signal from the camera. The computer equipment generates a three dimensional anatomical model using patient data created by medical imaging equipment, and rotates and scales at least a portion of the three dimensional anatomical model based on the relative location and orientation of the reference markers, and further rotate at least a portion of the three dimensional anatomical model based on the head motion signal to track measured movement of the HMD. The rotated and scaled three dimensional anatomical model is displayed on the display screen.
    Type: Application
    Filed: June 5, 2018
    Publication date: October 4, 2018
    Inventors: Kenneth Milton Jones, John Popoolapade, Thomas Calloway, Thierry Lemoine, Christian Jutteau, Christophe Bruzy, Yannick James, Joachim Laguarda, Dong-Mei Pei Xing, Sebastien Gorges, Paul Michael Yarin
  • Patent number: 10013808
    Abstract: An augmented reality surgical system includes a head mounted display (HMD) with a see-through display screen, a motion sensor, a camera, and computer equipment. The motion sensor outputs a head motion signal indicating measured movement of the HMD. The computer equipment computes the relative location and orientation of reference markers connected to the HMD and to the patient based on processing a video signal from the camera. The computer equipment generates a three dimensional anatomical model using patient data created by medical imaging equipment, and rotates and scales at least a portion of the three dimensional anatomical model based on the relative location and orientation of the reference markers, and further rotate at least a portion of the three dimensional anatomical model based on the head motion signal to track measured movement of the HMD. The rotated and scaled three dimensional anatomical model is displayed on the display screen.
    Type: Grant
    Filed: February 2, 2016
    Date of Patent: July 3, 2018
    Assignee: Globus Medical, Inc.
    Inventors: Kenneth Milton Jones, John Popoolapade, Thomas Calloway, Thierry Lemoine, Christian Jutteau, Christophe Bruzy, Yannick James, Joachim Laguarda, Dong-Mei Pei Xing, Sebastien Gorges, Paul Michael Yarin
  • Publication number: 20180012413
    Abstract: An augmented reality surgical system includes a head mounted display (HMD) with a see-through display screen, a motion sensor, a camera, and computer equipment. The motion sensor outputs a head motion signal indicating measured movement of the HMD. The computer equipment computes the relative location and orientation of reference markers connected to the HMD and to the patient based on processing a video signal from the camera. The computer equipment generates a three dimensional anatomical model using patient data created by medical imaging equipment, and rotates and scales at least a portion of the three dimensional anatomical model based on the relative location and orientation of the reference markers, and further rotate at least a portion of the three dimensional anatomical model based on the head motion signal to track measured movement of the HMD. The rotated and scaled three dimensional anatomical model is displayed on the display screen.
    Type: Application
    Filed: September 8, 2017
    Publication date: January 11, 2018
    Inventors: Kenneth Milton Jones, John Popoolapade, Thomas Calloway, Thierry Lemoine, Christian Jutteau, Christophe Bruzy, Yannick James, Joachim Laguarda, Dong-Mei Pei Xing, Sebastien Gorges, Paul Michael Yarin
  • Publication number: 20180012416
    Abstract: An augmented reality surgical system includes a head mounted display (HMD) with a see-through display screen, a motion sensor, a camera, and computer equipment. The motion sensor outputs a head motion signal indicating measured movement of the HMD. The computer equipment computes the relative location and orientation of reference markers connected to the HMD and to the patient based on processing a video signal from the camera. The computer equipment generates a three dimensional anatomical model using patient data created by medical imaging equipment, and rotates and scales at least a portion of the three dimensional anatomical model based on the relative location and orientation of the reference markers, and further rotate at least a portion of the three dimensional anatomical model based on the head motion signal to track measured movement of the HMD. The rotated and scaled three dimensional anatomical model is displayed on the display screen.
    Type: Application
    Filed: September 25, 2017
    Publication date: January 11, 2018
    Inventors: Kenneth Milton Jones, John Popoolapade, Thomas Calloway, Thierry Lemoine, Christian Jutteau, Christophe Bruzy, Yannick James, Joachim Laguarda, Dong-Mei Pei Xing, Sebastien Gorges, Paul Michael Yarin
  • Publication number: 20160225192
    Abstract: An augmented reality surgical system includes a head mounted display (HMD) with a see-through display screen, a motion sensor, a camera, and computer equipment. The motion sensor outputs a head motion signal indicating measured movement of the HMD. The computer equipment computes the relative location and orientation of reference markers connected to the HMD and to the patient based on processing a video signal from the camera. The computer equipment generates a three dimensional anatomical model using patient data created by medical imaging equipment, and rotates and scales at least a portion of the three dimensional anatomical model based on the relative location and orientation of the reference markers, and further rotate at least a portion of the three dimensional anatomical model based on the head motion signal to track measured movement of the HMD. The rotated and scaled three dimensional anatomical model is displayed on the display screen.
    Type: Application
    Filed: February 2, 2016
    Publication date: August 4, 2016
    Inventors: Kenneth Milton JONES, John POPOOLAPADE, Thomas CALLOWAY, Thierry LEMOINE, Christian JUTTEAU, Christophe BRUZY, Yannick JAMES, Joachim LAGUARDA, Dong-Mei Pei XING, Sebastien GORGES, Paul Michael YARIN
  • Publication number: 20130135310
    Abstract: A method and a device for representing synthetic environments notably comprises a position detector of the observer, a synthesis image generator, and a conformal dynamic transformation module producing a rendering in two dimensions of a scene in three dimensions, said rendering being displayed by a calibrated display device. The invention can be implemented in the field of the simulation of mobile craft such as helicopters, airplanes, trucks.
    Type: Application
    Filed: December 12, 2011
    Publication date: May 30, 2013
    Applicant: THALES
    Inventor: Yannick JAMES