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Jeffrey Yorsz

age ~64

from Winchester, MA

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  • Jeff Yorsz
  • Jeffery Yorsz
  • Jeffrey Yoursz
  • Jeffrey Connors
  • Jeffrey Wyorsz
87 Highland Ave, Winchester, MA 01890781-729-2944

Jeffrey Yorsz Phones & Addresses

  • 87 Highland Ave, Winchester, MA 01890 • 781-729-2944
  • 24 Fells Rd, Winchester, MA 01890 • 781-729-2944
  • Lexington, MA
  • Saint Louis, MO
  • Covington, GA
  • Blackwood, NJ
  • Cambridge, MA
  • North Billerica, MA

Us Patents

  • Hand-Supportable Planar Laser Illumination And Imaging (Pliim) Based Systems With Laser Despeckling Mechanisms Integrated Therein

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  • US Patent:
    2008012, Jun 5, 2008
  • Filed:
    Oct 30, 2007
  • Appl. No.:
    11/978941
  • Inventors:
    Constantine J. Tsikos - Voorhees NJ,
    C. Harry Knowles - Moorestown NJ,
    Xiaoxun Zhu - Marlton NJ,
    Michael D. Schnee - Aston PA,
    Ka Man Au - Philadelphia PA,
    Allan Wirth - Bedford MA,
    Timothy A. Good - Clementon NJ,
    Andrew Jankevics - Westford MA,
    Sankar Ghosh - Glenolden PA,
    Charles A. Naylor - Sewell NJ,
    Thomas Amundsen - Turnersville NJ,
    Robert Blake - Woodbury Heights NJ,
    William Svedas - Deptford NJ,
    Shawn Defoney - Runnemede NJ,
    Edward Skypala - Blackwood NJ,
    Pirooz Vatan - Wilmington MA,
    Russell Joseph Dobbs - Cherry Hill NJ,
    George Kolis - Pennsauken NJ,
    Mark C. Schmidt - Williamstown NJ,
    Jeffrey Yorsz - Winchester MA,
    Patrick A. Giordano - Blackwood NJ,
    Stephen J. Colavito - Brookhaven PA,
    David W. Wilz - Sewell NJ,
    Barry E. Schwartz - Haddonfield NJ,
    Steven Y. Kim - Cambridge MA,
    Dale Fisher - Voorhees NJ,
    Jon Van Tassell - Winchester MA,
  • International Classification:
    G06K 7/10
  • US Classification:
    23546242
  • Abstract:
    A hand-supportable planar laser illumination and imaging (PLIIM) based code symbol reader includes: a hand-supportable housing having light transmission aperture; a linear image formation and detection module having a linear image detection array; and a planar laser illumination beam (PLIB) producing device having at least one visible laser diode (VLD) for producing a planar light illumination beam (PLIB). The code symbol reader further includes image grabber for grabbing digital linear images formed and detected by the image formation and detection module, an image data buffer for buffering the digital linear images grabbed by the image grabber and constructing a two-dimensional image from a series of buffered linear digital images, and an image processing computer for processing the buffered two-dimensional digital image so as to read code symbols graphically represented in the two-dimensional digital linear image. During object illumination and imaging operations, a controller automatically controls the linear image formation and detection module, the PLIB producing device, the image frame grabber, and the image data buffer.
  • Tunnel-Type Digital Imaging System For Use Within Retail Shopping Environments Such As Supermarkets

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  • US Patent:
    2008012, Jun 5, 2008
  • Filed:
    Oct 30, 2007
  • Appl. No.:
    11/980074
  • Inventors:
    Constantine J. Tsikos - Voorthees NJ,
    C. Harry Knowles - Moorestown NJ,
    Xiaoxun Zhu - Marlton NJ,
    Micheal D. Schnee - Ashton PA,
    Ka Man Au - Philadelphia PA,
    Allan Wirth - Bedford MA,
    Timothy A. Good - Clementon NJ,
    Andrew Jankevics - Westford MA,
    Sankar Ghosh - Glenolden PA,
    Charles A. Naylor - Sewell NJ,
    Thomas Amundsen - Turnersville NJ,
    Robert Blake - Woodbury Heights NJ,
    William Svedas - Deptford NJ,
    Shawn Defoney - Runnemede NJ,
    Edward Skypala - Blackwood NJ,
    Pirooz Vatan - Wilmington MA,
    Russell Joseph Dobbs - Cherry Hill NJ,
    George Kolis - Pennsauken NJ,
    Mark C. Schmidt - Williamstown NJ,
    Jeffrey Yorsz - Winchester MA,
    Patrick A. Giordano - Blackwood NJ,
    Stephen J. Colavito - Brookhaven PA,
    David W. Wilz - Sewell NJ,
    Barry E. Schwartz - Haddonfield NJ,
    Steven Y. Kim - Cambridge MA,
    Dale Fisher - Voorhees NJ,
    Jon Van Tassell - Winchester MA,
  • International Classification:
    G06K 7/10
  • US Classification:
    23546242
  • Abstract:
    A tunnel-type digital imaging system for use within retail shopping environments such as supermarkets. The system includes a tunnel configuration arranged about a conveyor structure for transporting objects therethrough, and an image capturing and processing subsystem embodied within the tunnel configuration, for generating a 3D digital imaging volume above the conveyor structure and within the tunnel configuration, for capturing digital images of objects transported through the 3D imaging volume. The image capturing and processing subsystem includes a plurality of illumination and imaging stations. Each station includes a 2D imaging array having optics providing a 3D field of view (FOV) on the 2D imaging array that is projected and extends into the 3D imaging volume, and one or more light emitting devices configured together to produce a illumination beam that extends into the 3D FOV of the 2D imaging array. A digital image processing subsystem processing digital images of objects passing through the 3D imaging volume, and a system control subsystem controls and/or orchestrates the coplanar illumination and imaging subsystems during system operation.
  • Telecine With Dual Digitizers And Multiple Scanning Beams

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  • US Patent:
    6011582, Jan 4, 2000
  • Filed:
    Mar 6, 1998
  • Appl. No.:
    9/036347
  • Inventors:
    Lawrence E. Schmutz - Watertown MA
    Jeffrey Yorsz - Winchester MA
  • Assignee:
    Adaptive Optics Associates, Inc. - Cambridge MA
  • International Classification:
    H04N 718
  • US Classification:
    348 97
  • Abstract:
    The present invention teaches an improved parallel telecine for converting a plurality of recorded images or frames of film, defined by a first and a second set of frames of film, to a digital data stream. The improved telecine comprises a plurality of image transfer or digitizing systems for respectively digitizing each of the recorded images or frames of film or groupings of frames of film. Each image transfer and digitizing system comprises an illuminator system for illuminating the respective frames or groupings of frames, and a camera system for converting the image of the respective frame or groupings of frames into a digital data stream. Each camera sensor additionally comprises a position sensor for detecting a first and a second pair of edges on a coordinated positional tag at the edge of the film frame. Further, each camera system comprises an aligning mechanism for aligning each camera system in response to the set of edges of the respective coordinated position tag detected by the position sensor.
  • Telecine With Dual Digitizers And Multiple Scanning Beams

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  • US Patent:
    6084629, Jul 4, 2000
  • Filed:
    Nov 2, 1999
  • Appl. No.:
    9/432019
  • Inventors:
    Lawrence E. Schmutz - Watertown MA
    Jeffrey Yorsz - Winchester MA
  • Assignee:
    Adaptive Optics Associates, Inc. - Cambridge MA
  • International Classification:
    H04N 718
  • US Classification:
    348 97
  • Abstract:
    The present invention teaches an improved parallel telecine for converting a plurality of recorded images or frames of film, defined by a first and a second set of frames of film, to a digital data stream. The improved telecine comprises a plurality of image transfer or digitizing systems for respectively digitizing each of the recorded images or frames of film or groupings of frames of film. Each image transfer and digitizing system comprises an illuminator system for illuminating the respective frames or groupings of frames, and a camera system for converting the image of the respective frame or groupings of frames into a digital data stream. Each camera sensor additionally comprises a position sensor for detecting a first and a second pair of edges on a coordinated positional tag at the edge of the film frame. Further, each camera system comprises an aligning mechanism for aligning each camera system in response to the set of edges of the respective coordinated position tag detected by the position sensor.
  • Telecine With Dual Digitizers And Multiple Scanning Beams

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  • US Patent:
    5808669, Sep 15, 1998
  • Filed:
    Feb 7, 1995
  • Appl. No.:
    8/384998
  • Inventors:
    Lawrence E. Schmutz - Watertown MA
    Jeffrey Yorsz - Winchester MA
  • Assignee:
    Adaptive Optics Associates, Inc. - Cambridge MA
  • International Classification:
    H04N 718
  • US Classification:
    348 97
  • Abstract:
    The present invention teaches an improved parallel telecine for converting a plurality of recorded images or frames of film, defined by a first and a second set of frames of film, to a digital data stream. The improved telecine comprises a plurality of image transfer or digitizing systems for respectively digitizing each of the recorded images or frames of film or groupings of frames of film. Each image transfer and digitizing system comprises an illuminator system for illuminating the respective frames or groupings of frames, and a camera system for converting the image of the respective frame or groupings of frames into a digital data stream. Each camera sensor additionally comprises a position sensor for detecting a first and a second pair of edges on a coordinated positional tag at the edge of the film frame. Further, each camera system comprises an aligning mechanism for aligning each camera system in response to the set of edges of the respective coordinated position tag detected by the position sensor.
  • Multi-Focal Vision System

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  • US Patent:
    5633487, May 27, 1997
  • Filed:
    Dec 15, 1995
  • Appl. No.:
    8/573105
  • Inventors:
    Lawrence E. Schmutz - Watertown MA
    Jeffrey Yorsz - Winchester MA
  • Assignee:
    Adaptive Optics Associates, Inc. - Cambridge MA
  • International Classification:
    G06K 710
  • US Classification:
    235462
  • Abstract:
    A machine vision system images bar code labels moving through a horizontal plane at variable object distances within the system's object depth of field Z. sub. obj with a plurality of sequential line images, each with different object lengths which gradate Z. sub. obj into plural focused object planes, and the object plane within which the bar code label lies provides a focused optical image of the bar code to a multilinear photodetector which transduces the focused optical image into a corresponding electrical signal for further processing.

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