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1. (US20180256115) MITIGATION OF HEAD-MOUNTED-DISPLAY IMPACT VIA BIOMETRIC SENSORS AND LANGUAGE PROCESSING

المكتب : الولايات المتحدة الأمريكية
رقم الطلب: 15452354 تاريخ الطلب: 07.03.2017
رقم النشر: 20180256115 تاريخ النشر: 13.09.2018
نوع النشر: A1
التصنيف الدولي للبراءات:
A61B 5/00
A61B 3/14
A61B 3/113
A61B 5/01
A61B 5/053
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CPC:
A61B 3/113
A61B 3/14
A61B 5/0015
A61B 5/01
A61B 5/0533
A61B 5/443
A61B 5/6803
A61B 5/7405
A61B 5/742
G09G 5/003
المتقدمون: Sony Interactive Entertainment LLC
المخترعون: Kevin Campbell
Milan Cvetkovic
Patricio Garza
Abinadi Johnson
John Corenbaum
Quan Lau
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العنوان: (EN) MITIGATION OF HEAD-MOUNTED-DISPLAY IMPACT VIA BIOMETRIC SENSORS AND LANGUAGE PROCESSING
الملخص: front page image
(EN)

Users of head-mounted displays (HMDs) often experience nausea and other symptoms often referred to a “virtual reality sickness.” Various health and biometric sensors are employed to gather baseline sensor measurements. The HMD or a device associated with it can then generate a range or threshold such that any future sensor measurements that fall outside of the range or cross the threshold suggest a health concern for the user of the HMD. The HMD can also be coupled to a microphone, and natural language processing (NLP) is employed to detect negative words or noises made by the user that could also suggest a health concern for the user. After detecting the health concern, the HMD can warn its user, can shut off certain functions, can communicate with an external device, or can trigger an alarm.