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Enhanced Ultrasound Imaging

Princeton Docket # 15-3096-1Researchers at Princeton University, Department of Electrical Engineering, have proposed a method to improve ultrasound image quality. Ultrasound operates like radar, with a probe beam sent to the object and an echo recorded. 2D and 3D images are then built up point-by-point in a scanning fashion. In many cases, however,...
Published: 10/19/2015   |   Inventor(s): Jason Fleischer, Jen-Tang Lu
Keywords(s): Imaging, signal processing
Category(s): Medical Devices/Diagnostics, Mechanical/Electrical Engineering

Improved-Resolution Light-Field Imaging

Improved-Resolution Light-Field Imaging Princeton Docket # 13-2912-1 The Princeton researchers have developed a new method to improve the currently available light-field imaging. A novel feature is that this method can go beyond the resolution limit of current light-field imagers. The resolution of the current light-field imaging system, both lateral...
Published: 7/31/2013   |   Inventor(s): Jason Fleischer, Chien-Hung Lu, Stefan Muenzel
Keywords(s): computers/software, Imaging, microscopy, Opto-Electronics/ELE ENG, process optimization
Category(s): Computers and Software, Mechanical/Electrical Engineering

Enhanced 3D Display

Enhanced 3D Display Princeton Docket 13-2935-1 Researchers at Princeton University have developed a novel device that enhances the angular resolution available for 3D displays. Enhanced layered 3D is a low-cost method for increasing the fidelity of glasses-free 3D displays. This method allows for more variation of images to be experienced by multiple...
Published: 7/29/2013   |   Inventor(s): Jason Fleischer, Stefan Muenzel
Keywords(s): computers/software, Imaging, microscopy, Opto-Electronics/ELE ENG
Category(s): Computers and Software, Mechanical/Electrical Engineering

Novel Design Modifications to Microfluidic Microscopes Enabling Full 3D Profiling

Princeton Dockets # 12-2746, 12-2747, & 12-2748 Researchers at Princeton University have developed novel modifications to microfluidic microscope (MFM) devices. These new features will allow full three-dimensional (3D) profiling of objects, while retaining the simplicity and high throughput of traditional MFMs. Microfluidic Microscopy is...
Published: 9/20/2012   |   Inventor(s): Jason Fleischer, Nicolas Pegard
Keywords(s): life science research tools, medical device, Opto-Electronics/ELE ENG
Category(s): Medical Devices/Diagnostics, Mechanical/Electrical Engineering

High-resolution and Low-Cost Flow Scanning Tomography for 3D Imaging

Princeton Docket # 12-2798 Tomography is a method for three-dimensional imaging by sectioning, through the use of penetrating waves. Modern variations of tomography involve gathering projection data from multiple directions and using a computer to numerically reconstruct the final image. Tomography has been widely applied for medical imaging,...
Published: 5/3/2012   |   Inventor(s): Jason Fleischer, Nicolas Pegard
Keywords(s): Imaging, medical device, Opto-Electronics/ELE ENG
Category(s): Mechanical/Electrical Engineering

Economical, Practical and High-Performance Photovoltaics by Incorporation of Wrinkles and Folds

Princeton Docket # 11-2701 Optical manipulation of light has become an increasingly popular strategy to enhance light harvesting efficiencies in opto-electronic devices. Despite recent advances in nano-scale patterning techniques that have enabled the creation of discrete metallic building blocks or continuous metallic films having nano-hole arrays,...
Published: 3/19/2012   |   Inventor(s): Yueh-Lin (Lynn) Loo, Jongbok Kim, Pilnam Kim, Howard Stone, Nicolas Pegard, Jason Fleischer
Keywords(s): Opto-Electronics/ELE ENG, solar cell
Category(s): Ceramics/Material Sciences, Mechanical/Electrical Engineering

NONLINEAR RECOVERY OF NOISE HIDDEN SIGNALS AT LOW LIGHT LEVELS

Princeton Docket #08-2453 Researchers at Princeton University have developed a new process of filtering and enhancing signals from a noisy background, based on the non-linear interaction between coherent and incoherent waves. Princeton is currently seeking industrial collaborators to commercialize this technology. The new process is an...
Published: 11/29/2011   |   Inventor(s): Jason Fleischer, Dmitry Dylov
Keywords(s): data security, signal processing, steganography
Category(s): Mechanical/Electrical Engineering