Royalty Report: Electrical & Electronics, Fabrication, Semiconductors – Collection: 368510

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Category: Technology Licenses, Created On: 2022-04-28, Record Count: 17

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Category: Technology Licenses
Created On: 2022-04-28
Record Count: 17

Primary Industries

  • Electrical & Electronics
  • Fabrication
  • Semiconductors
  • Computers & Office Equipment
  • Consumer Electronics
  • Material Composite
  • Liquid Crystals
  • Camera
  • Polymer
  • Solar
  • Lighting
  • Molecular
  • Chemicals
  • Coating surface
  • Photography
  • Scientific & Technical Instruments
  • Test/Monitoring
  • Video
  • Advertising
  • Alternative and Renewable Energy

IPSCIO Report Record List

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IPSCIO Record ID: 368510

License Grant
Licensor of Japan grants to the Licensee of Taiwan non-exclusive, non-transferable and non-assignable licenses under the Licensed Patents to manufacture the Licensed Products anywhere in the world, and Use, exhibit, sell, distribute or otherwise dispose of the Licensed Products so manufactured anywhere in the world. The license to sell, distribute or otherwise dispose of the Licensed Products shall not include the right to sell, distribute or otherwise dispose of any parts or components of the Liquid Crystal Display Panels or any parts or components, excluding the Liquid Crystal Display Panels, of the Liquid Crystal Display Modules, to the extent that such parts or components are covered by any of the Licensed Patents.
License Property
Licensor owns and has rights under various patents, utility models and applications therefor in respect of amorphous silicon thin film transistors and liquid crystal display modules containing such amorphous silicon thin film transistors in various countries of the world.

Licensed Products means any of Liquid Crystal Display Panels and Liquid Crystal Display Modules.

Liquid Crystal Display Panel means any display panel comprising a substrate of Amorphous Silicon TFTs, liquid crystal and an opposite substrate; specifically excluded from the Liquid Crystal Display Panel are
–  any liquid crystal display panel utilizing Poly Silicon TFTs only, both Poly Silicon TFTs and Amorphous Silicon TFTs; TFTs, any portion of which are made of poly silicon;
–  any liquid crystal display panel and semiconductor devices utilizing Continuous Grain Silicon; and
–  any display panel utilizing any organic or inorganic light emitting diode or light emitting organic or inorganic materials.

Liquid Crystal Display Module means any display module consisting of a Liquid Crystal Display Panel, driver circuits, back lighting system and other like parts; specifically excluded from the Liquid Crystal Display Module is any display module (except for its back lighting system) utilizing any organic or inorganic light emitting diode or light emitting organic or inorganic materials.

Amorphous Silicon TFTs means thin film transistors, the channel regions of which are made of amorphous silicon.

Field of Use
The Licensee has manufactured and sold, and intends to continue manufacturing and selling, such liquid crystal display modules.

IPSCIO Record ID: 219597

License Grant
Pursuant to the Joint Venture agreement, upon the Japanese Licensor granting of sublicense to the New Joint Venture relating to LEP Polymer or ink containing the LEP Polymer.
License Property
The Licensor owns or controls technology regarding devices and related materials related to Polymer Light Emitting Diodes (PLED) and wish to cooperate with Licensee in order to facilitate the development and commercialization of PLED Materials in connection with the early establishment of the PLED industry.

“PLED Materials” means light emitting materials, materials related to light emission and ink formulations thereof. The term PLED Materials includes, but is not limited to

(a)
light emitting polymers, dendrimers and hybrids;

(b)
hole transport materials;

(c)
interlayer materials and buffer layer materials; and

(d)
ink formulations thereof.

Licensor is the owner of certain inventions relating to dendrimer materials, in respect of which Licensor has obtained and made applications for patent protection in various countries.

Licensor has acquired the exclusive right to sub-license certain inventions relating to dendrimer materials, in respect of which patent protection has been obtained or applied for in various countries.

Dendrimer means a molecule comprising one light emitting core and at least one conjugated and branched chain.

The products mean Dendrimers, Hybrids, Blends, Polymer Metal Complexes, Light Emitting Metal Complexes and Special Blends.

Field of Use
This agreement is for the field of light emitting materials and devices where light Is used as a means of communicating information to a display medium and the production of light for general illumination or other light applications including photovoltaic and other non-display/lighting organic semiconductor applications.

Our P-OLED technology has the potential to drive OLED adoption by significantly lowering the cost of producing OLED displays. P-OLED materials are solution processable, which enables them to be deposited on panels using processes such as high precision ink jet printing.

P-OLED materials can form stable solutions in organic solvents, making inks which can be deposited in pixel patterns using ink-jet and other printing techniques. Low-cost spin-coating is also available for monochrome or area color displays.

P-OLEDs are part of the family of Organic Light Emitting Diodes, or OLEDs, which are matrixes of organic diodes that emit light when an electric current flows. OLEDs are thin, lightweight and power efficient devices used in flat panel displays, or FPDs, and other applications. P-OLEDs offer an enhanced visual experience compared with alternative FPD technologies, such as liquid crystal displays, or LCD.

IPSCIO Record ID: 26230

License Grant
Licensor hereby grants Licensee a non-exclusive, world-wide, non-transferable License, without the right to subLicense, to make, have made, use, sell, offer for sale, import, reproduce, distribute, prepare derivative works and otherwise dispose of Microdisplay-Based Products. As to the PreExisting IP, this License will remain in effect for a period of five years from the effective date, with royalties to be paid.
License Property
'Microdisplay Device' means a device consisting exclusively of (a) a silicon backplane and liquid crystal material and/or (b) a formatter and/or (c) packaging and assembly for the purpose of operating said silicon backplane and liquid crystal material or said formatter. A 'formatter' is that part of control electronics that accepts a digital representation of a gray-scale and/or color image in pixel format and puts out digital signals controlling (1) the temporal switching sequence of corresponding binary output pixels in a silicon backplane and liquid crystal material and/or (2) the temporal modulation of light by components of a display system other than the silicon backplane and liquid crystal material for the purpose of displaying the corresponding pixel intensity.

Microdisplays are used today primarily as electronic viewfinders in digital still cameras and video camcorders. Microdisplays are an emerging display technology that are magnified or projected through the use of optics. The microdisplays use proprietary ferroelectric liquid crystal on silicon, or FLCOS, technology, which offers an image quality in the viewfinder of digital still cameras and video camcorders. The licensed viewfinders have several advantages over standard optical viewfinders, including the ability to properly frame images on the viewfinder of a camera with high optical zoom. Additionally, the microdisplays incorporate proprietary controller and interface features that provide customers with a highly integrated microdisplay solution that is small in size, low in cost, low in voltage and shortens their product design times. Many of the leading digital still camera and video camcorder brands, including Concord Camera, Hewlett-Packard, JVC, Kyocera, Minolta and Sony, use or have used the licensed microdisplays in their electronic viewfinders.

IPSCIO Record ID: 837

License Grant
Licensor hereby grants to Licensee, an Indian company, a non-transferable, worldwide, royalty-bearing right and license under the Patent Rights, the Trade Secrets, the Copyright Rights and other Licensor's Technology to manufacture, use, sell, and offer for sale Products or other Products that Licensor and Licensee may mutually agree upon in writing.
License Property
Licensor has developed and is the owner of technology variously protected by patents, patent applications, know-how and trade secrets, relating to thin flat Low Voltage Phosphor displays (Displays).

Title

Domestic Partners

Patent No.

Issue Date

Filing Date

Application No.

1. Thin Film Planar Edge Emitter

6,590,320

8-Jul-03

Feb. 23, 2000

09/511,437

Field Emission Flat Panel Display (54)*

2.  Field Emission  Display Based on

Lateral Electron Reflections (60B)

6,614,149

Sept. 2, 2003

Mar. 20, 2002

10/102,467

3. Field Emission Matrix Display

Based on Electron Reflections (60A)

6,674,242

Jan. 6, 2004

Mar. 20, 2002

10/102,450

4. Reflective Edge Field Transmission

Pixel and Associated Display (70)

6,693,386

Feb. 17, 2004

Sept. 20, 2002

10/243,894

5. Hybrid Active Matrix Thin Film

Feb. 19, 2004

10/782,580

Transistor Display (73)

6. Hybrid Active Matrix Thin Film

Oct. 27, 2004

10/974,311

Transistor Display (74)

7. Edge Emission Electron Source

Aug. 4, 2005

11/499,841

and TFT Pixel Selection (76)

8. ***

9. Flat Panel Display Incorporating

Mar. 17, 2006

11/378,105

Control Frame (79)

10. Low Volatage Phosphor with

Film Electrons Emitters Display Device (81)

May 4, 2006

11/417,631

Domestic Patents   Patent No.   Issue Date   Filing Date   Application No.
      
11.    Pixel Structure for an Edge-Emitter 7,129,626   Oct. 31, 2006   Mar. 20, 2002   10/102,472
Field-Emission Display (63)    
      
11A.   Pixel Structure for an Edge-Emitter    
Field-Emission Display (63A-CON))  Oct. 30, 2006    11/589,630
      
12. ***  ***    ***
      
13. Apparatus and Method for Evacuating    
a Field Emission Display (83)     Feb. 08, 2007    11/704,173
      
14. Rapid Sealing Method  Feb. 08, 2007    11/704,170
FED (84)      
      
15. Flat Panel Display having a Control Frame    Mar. 16, 2007   11/724,793
Pedestal and Method of Making Same (85)    
      
International Patents    
      
16. Flat Panel Display Incorporating Control      
Frame (79A)    July 11, 2006   PCT/US2006/026761
      
17.  Flat Panel Display Incorporating a Control      
Frame (78A)    August 4, 2006   PCT/US2006/026760
      
18. Edge Emission Electron Source and TFT      
Pixel Selection (76A)    August 4, 2006   PCT/US2006/030937

Field of Use
Licensor's Technology shall have the meaning set forth in the preamble, and shall include nanotube devices for use in displays, as well as thin film electron emitters and shall also include the technical information, know-how, manufacturing techniques, engineering data, specification of materials and other information in the possession of Licensor relating to or in respect of manufacture and use of the Products and all or part of which may be necessary to enable Licensee to manufacture the Products to a standard and quality similar to the standard and quality of Modules.

IPSCIO Record ID: 282868

License Grant
The English Licensor grants to the Japanese Licensee, and the Licensee accepts, a non-exclusive, non-tranferable and worldwide license under the Licensed Patents upon and subject to the provisions of this Agreement

(a)
to make or manufacture LEP Devices (but not LEP);

(b)
to incorporate the LEP Devices into Finished Products;

(c)
to design, develop, use, sell, offer for sale, distribute, import, export, Transfer and otherwise deal in the LEP Devices and Finished Products in any and all countries of the world; and

(d)
to have LEP Devices (but not LEP) made or manufactured for the Licensee, in whole or in part by a sub-contractor.

License Property
Licensor is the owner of inventions relating to electroluminescent polymer devices

LEP Device means an electronic device (of viewable diagonal dimension of 10 inches or more) in which light is generated by a LEP to produce a visible representation, which device is covered by one or more claims of the Licensed Patents.

LEP means light emitting polymer material.

Licensed Patents means all Patents that Licensor Group exclusively owns or jointly owns or shall so own and/or Licensor has or shall have sublicense rights and is generally free to license without any payment to a third party, filed prior to or after the Effective Date which are related to LEP Device architecture and/or manufacture and/or driving schemes for such LEP Devices and in the case of such driving schemes, those which are implemented directly on the LEP Device panel (including but not limited to those schemes utilising organic TFTs) but expressly excluding those Patents that are directed to driving schemes (or algorithms) which are implemented off the LEP Device panel (for the avoidance of any doubt, the Licensed Patents include Patents which are related to driving circuitry used in the Dispay Module).

US 5,523,555 – Photodetector device having a semiconductive conjugated polymer
US 5,698,048 – Photoresponsive materials
US 5,965,901 – Electroluminescent devices with voltage drive scheme

Finished Product means any article or device (whether or not in final form) made by or for the Licensee which incorporates an LEP Device and additional components.

Field of Use
“Display Module” means a LEP Device comprising a substrate incorporating where required by device architecture, electrodes, transport layer, interlayer, electroluminescent polymer, supporting layers and encapsulants, filters, all of which are inside of the panel, circuit boards, flexible connectors, together with the electronic drivers and other on-panel circuitry necessary to effect illumination of the display device including thin film transistors, polariser where this is attached to the panel.

IPSCIO Record ID: 5328

License Grant
Pursuant to the Assignment Agreement entered for Patent No. 5,254,237 which is entitled, Plasma Arc Apparatus for Producing Thin Film Diamond Coatings, was granted on October 19, 1993 to Licensor, the inventor of the original titanium nitride and thin film diamond coating processes.
License Property
The Diamond Coating Process includes, but is not necessarily limited to, low temperature titanium nitride, cobalt nitride, chromium nitride, ferroelectric coatings, piezoelectric coatings, diamond hard coatings and diamond semi-conductor substrates.  Thus there has been disclosed a unique plasma arc deposition system for producing diamond, doped diamond or diamond-like coatings on a substrate by pulsed plasma technique.  These techniques do not require or produce temperature rise at the substrate, allowing normally temperature sensitive substrates to be utilized.  Typical of substrates which bond readily to the thin film diamond coatings without degradation are zinc sulfide (ZnS) or zinc selenide (ZnSe), which are useful in infrared windows or laser components.  The system disclosed and described can be used in the development of products and materials such as producing on junction diodes of crystalline carbon, so that rectifiers able to withstand temperatures in the neighborhood of 1000 to 1500 degrees Fahrenheit are also possible. Insulated gate field effect transistors that can handle high source to drain potentials and provide high gain without seriously loading the signal source, while operating at elevated temperatures beyond those achievable with silicon devices, can be produced with the system described.  Many other diamond-like integrated circuit chips, such as light emitting diodes or diodes used in solid state lasers are possible. Since thick diamond layers of good optical clarity can be produced by the process described herein, among the new devices that have become possible is an optical modulator that depends upon the polarizing effects of electric fields upon light beams through the crystal lattice.  This property leads to the entirely new family of high-power, opto-electronic coupling, modulating, scanning and/or sensing devices based upon diamond semiconductors.  Many other semiconductor devices that can utilize the enhanced properties of diamond-like films can be produced with the invention disclosed and described herein.
Field of Use
The rights granted apply for producing diamond-like coatings.

IPSCIO Record ID: 27950

License Grant
Licensor hereby grants to Licensee a worldwide, irrevocable,non-exclusive license with the right to grant sublicenses upon terms and conditions consistent with this Agreement, under the Licensed Patents to make, have made, use, lease and sell Licensed Products.

Licensor hereby grants to Licensee a worldwide, irrevocable, exclusive license to make, have made, use and sell Exclusive Products. The exclusive license is subject to rights previously granted by Licensor with respect to Direct Drive Devices other than FLC on VLSI devices.

Licensor and Licensee entered into a worldwide non-exclusive license agreement for the FLC Technology patents in 1987  which was replaced in 1990 and 1993, and wish to replace the 1993 license agreement with this Agreement.

License Property
The Licensed Patents pertain to ferroelectric liquid crystal technology or FLC Technology.

The patents are United States Patent Nos. 4,367,924, 4,563,059, 4,813,767, 4,840,463, 4,958,916, 5,083,855 and 5,227,905, European Patent Specification Publication No. 32362,
Swiss Patent No. 647337, Japanese Laid Open Patent Application Nos. Sho 63-153521 and Hei 5-281580, and Japanese Published Patent No. Sho 63-22287 which registered as Japanese Patent No. 1555765, and Norwegian Patent No. 156,846 and all continuations, continuations-in-part, divisions and changes of application or vice versa of any of such applications for patent and all reissues, amendments, additions, extensions, and re-examinations of any such patents.

Field of Use
We, the Licensee, design, develop and market microdisplays used today primarily as electronic viewfinders in digital still cameras and video camcorders. Microdisplays are an emerging display technology based on very small display panels that are magnified or projected through the use of optics. Our microdisplays combine our proprietary ferroelectric liquid crystal, or FLC, chemical mixtures with commercially available silicon to create ferroelectric liquid crystal on silicon, or FLCOS, technology. The highly controllable optical properties of our FLC mixtures offer an image quality in the viewfinder of digital still cameras and video camcorders that we believe to be superior to other available electronic viewfinders. Our viewfinders also have several advantages over standard optical viewfinders, including the ability to properly frame images on the viewfinder of a camera with high optical zoom. Additionally, our microdisplays incorporate proprietary controller and interface features that provide our customers with a solution that is small in size, competitively priced, low in voltage, and our microdisplays are easy to use because they do not require external interface electronics. Many of the leading digital still camera and video camcorder brands use or have used our microdisplays in their electronic viewfinders, including Hewlett-Packard, Kodak, Kyocera and Sony. Our microdisplays are used only in the electronic viewfinders featured in our customers' products and not in the flat-panel displays that are included in most digital still cameras and video camcorders.

IPSCIO Record ID: 2167

License Grant
The Licensor assigned to the Licensee exclusive rights to its LCD Technology pertaining to the structure, enhancing optics, driving schemes, and mechanical assembly for billboard applications.
License Property
This includes  the inventions and other ideas as set forth in United States Patent No. 5,469,187 and all divisions, continuations, continuation-in-parts, renewals, reissues, substitutes, and extensions thereof, and any related foreign patents and patent applications claiming any part or whole of the LCD Technology.

IPSCIO Record ID: 107

License Grant
The UNIVERSITY grants to Licensee an exclusive License to the Licensor's interest in valuable intangible property rights in Patent Rights and technical information to make, have made, import, have imported, use, market, sell, and distribute Licensed Product, and practice Licensed Method..
License Property
U.S. Patent No. 7,015,052, issued on March 21, 2006, entitled 'Screen-Printing Techniques for the Fabrication of Organic Light-Emitting Diodes.'  Accordingly, an object of the present invention is to provide a fast, simple, and inexpensive method for fabricating OLEDs, organic light-emitting diodes.
Field of Use
Licensed Field Organic Light-Emitting Diodes in printed electronic displays and all other printed electronic components.

IPSCIO Record ID: 26302

License Grant
The amendment added the definition for Intellectual Property (1) all knowledge and information, in whatever form or medium that may or may not be generally known, that gives to one the ability to produce or market something that one otherwise would not have known how to produce or market with the same accuracy or precision, including without limitation, techniques, concepts, ideas, algorithms, processes, procedures, improvements, discoveries, inventions and invention disclosure (whether patentable, unpatentable or reduced to practice); business, engineering and other plans; formulae, designs, masks, data, databases, writings and works of authorship regardless whether such is protected; all information in any form relating to the design, manufacture, production, operation, maintenance and utilization of any product; computer programs, including object codes and source codes; standard work procedures; bills of material; vendor information; parts, jig, fixture, tool and component lists; equipment information; test procedures; and operations, maintenance, user and service manuals and catalog data; (2) original works of authorship in any tangible medium of expression; and (3) any and all intellectual property rights known or hereafter arising or recognized in any jurisdiction in the world (regardless of whether such rights are registered or unregistered) relating the foregoing, including without limitation (a) mask works rights (including, not limited to any rights arising under the United States Semiconductor Protection Act); (b) rights associated with works of authorship throughout the universe, including, but not limited to, copyrights and moral rights; (c) trademark, trade name or similar rights; (d) trade secret rights; (e) patent, invention, design, any other industrial rights; (f) all other intellectual property rights (of every kind and nature throughout the universe and however designated) whether arising by operation of law, contract, License, or otherwise; (g) all disclosures, applications, registrations, renewals, extensions, continuations, divisions, or reissues hereof now or hereafter in force (including any rights in any of the foregoing); and (h) the right to bring suit (under any of the foregoing rights) for monetary, injunctive or other relief against any past, present or future infringer.  Licensor hereby grants to Licensee a limited, non-transferable, non-exclusive license to use the Licensor's Intellectual Property to sell, offer to sell and import the PLPs (Private Label Products) under the terms of this Agreement. In addition, the Licensor hereby grants to Licensee a limited, non-transferable, non-exclusive license to make PLPs under the Restricted Patents under the terms of this Agreement.
License Property
Products shall mean all FLC (Ferroelectric Liquid Crystal) micro-display glass-on-silicon and glass-on-glass devices which are based on or incorporate or include Licensor Intellectual Property and all other products, if such products and devices are agreed to be incorporated into this Agreement by the parties, manufactured by or for Licensee for or on behalf of Licensor, from time to time. The Agreement shall not apply to any products or devices that are not manufactured by or for Licensee.
Field of Use
The Licensor designs, develops and markets microdisplays used today primarily as electronic viewfinders in digital still cameras and video camcorders. Microdisplays are an emerging display technology based on very small display panels that are magnified or projected through the use of optics. The microdisplays use the Licensor's proprietary ferroelectric liquid crystal on silicon, or FLCOS, technology, which offers an image quality in the viewfinder of digital still cameras and video camcorders that is superior to other available electronic viewfinders. The Licensor's viewfinders also have several advantages over standard optical viewfinders, including the ability to properly frame images on the viewfinder of a camera with high optical zoom. Additionally, the microdisplays incorporate proprietary controller and interface features that provide our customers with a highly integrated microdisplay solution that is small in size, low in cost, low in voltage and shortens their product design times. Many of the leading digital still camera and video camcorder brands, including Concord Camera, Hewlett-Packard, JVC, Kyocera, Minolta and Sony, use or have used the Licensor's microdisplays in their electronic viewfinders.

IPSCIO Record ID: 553

License Grant
Licensor grants to Japanese Licensee a non-exclusive, except during the Exclusivity Period of ten years from the transaction date, transferable, perpetual license to use the Licensee Technology in the FPD Field to make and have made, use, sell, offer for sale and import FPD Film Thickness Measurements Systems and to provide technical support and service (including the sale and for such FPD Film Thickness Measurement Systems.
License Property
Licensed IP means the Nanometrics Technology, the Nanometrics Software and the Licensed Marks.

Licensed Marks means the trademarks of Nanometric.

Licensor designs, develops, manufactures, sells and supports a Film Thickness Measurement System optimized and specially adapted for the measurement of thin films on FPD, including its “NanoSpec” series of products (“FPD Film Thickness Measurement System”).  â€œFPD” means a liquid crystal display, plasma display, field emission display, electroluminescent display, LTPS, HTPS, LCOS or other like flat panel display. FPD excludes devices and technologies other than FPD, including without limitation any and all semiconductor devices.

Field of Use
FPD Field means the development, manufacture, marketing, distribution and sale of Film Thickness Measurement Systems and enhancements thereto for application to FPDs.

IPSCIO Record ID: 25893

License Grant
The agreement is directed toward inventions and discoveries relating to FLCs and FLC materials. The Licensee has an exclusive worldwide License to technology so developed and the University is entitled to royalties on sales of products and materials incorporating the Licensed technology.
License Property
The Licensee's microdisplays combine proprietary ferroelectric liquid crystal, or FLC, chemical mixtures with commercially available silicon to create ferroelectric liquid crystal on silicon, or FLCOS, technology. The highly controllable optical properties of the FLC mixtures offer an image quality in the viewfinder of digital still cameras and video camcorders that may be superior to other available electronic viewfinders.
Field of Use
The Licensee designs, develops and markets microdisplays used today primarily as electronic viewfinders in digital still cameras and video camcorders. Microdisplays are an emerging display technology based on very small display panels that are magnified or projected through the use of optics.

IPSCIO Record ID: 369348

License Grant
Seller shall sell, transfer, assign and convey exclusively to Buyer, and Buyer shall purchase from Seller, free and clear of all liens, claims and encumbrances, all of Seller’s right, title and interest in and to all of the Intellectual Property in consideration for the performance by Buyer of its obligations under this Agreement.
License Property
The Patents are
1. U.S. Patent No. 6,181,367 (issued 1/30/2001) – Video image viewing device and method
2. U.S. Patent No. 5,973,727 (issued 10/26/1999) – Video image viewing device and method
3. China patents derived from U.S. Patents No. 6,181,367 and/or No. 5,973,727, including any extensions (pending or issued) , divisionals, patents of addition of the United States or any other country or political subdivision thereof, all registrations and recordings thereof, and all patents to issue in such applications of the United States or any other country or political subdivision thereof, including, without limitation, registrations, recordings and applications in the United States Patent and Trademark Office or in any similar office or agency of the United States, any State thereof or any other country or political subdivision thereof, including, without limitation, improvements, divisions, renewals, reissues, extensions, continuations, and continuations-in-part or extensions thereof that are used or useable in any respect in connection with or that relate to Video Image Viewing Devices And Methods.
These patents cover an extremely compact head-mounted virtual reality display using total internal reflection, a switching means such as a liquid crystal layer, and a holographic optical element (HOE) or other beam-directing means (together, the Technology).

Products Head-mounted display products sold by or on behalf of Buyer, Buyer’s licensees or Buyer’s transferees that incorporate the Intellectual Property and that are sold by or on behalf of Buyer, its licensee and its transferees.

Intellectual Property means
(a) The Patents;
(b) Any and all other intellectual property rights belonging to Seller as of December 23, 2005 that are used or usable in any respect in connection with or that relate to Video Image Viewing Devices And Methods, said other intellectual property rights including specifically all of any of the following copyright rights, copyright applications, copyright registrations, copyright recordings and like protections in each work of authorship and derivative work thereof, whether registered or unregistered or published or unpublished and whether or not the same also constitutes a trade secret, held pursuant to the laws of the United States, any State thereof or of any other country or political subdivision thereof;
(c) Any and all income, royalties, damages, claims, and payments now and hereafter due and payable, including, without limitation, all claims for damages and payments by way of past, present and future infringement, misappropriation, or dilution of any of the rights included above, with the right, but not the obligation, to sue for and collect such damages for said use or infringement of the Patents or other intellectual property rights identified in a) and b) above;
(d) All licenses or other rights to use any of the intellectual property rights identified in a), b) and c) above, all license fees and royalties arising from such use to the extent permitted by such license or rights and not prohibited by applicable law;
(e) All amendments, continuations, renewals and extensions of any of the Intellectual Property described above; and
(f) All know-how, show-how, prototypes, drawings, designs, diagrams, computer programs and their sources, design assurance data and other tangible technical information used by Seller in connection with the Intellectual Property described above.

Field of Use
Field of use is for Video Image Viewing Devices and Methods that are used or usable for the viewing of video images, and devices that can be employed to view such images.

The products (known commercially as Video Eyewear, but also commonly referred to as virtual displays, wearable displays, personal viewers, head mounted displays (or HMDs), or near-to-eye displays (or NEDs)) are used to view high-resolution video and digital information primarily from mobile electronic devices (such as cell phones, portable media players, gaming systems and laptop computers) and from desktop computers.

IPSCIO Record ID: 282935

License Grant
The English Licensor grants to the Japanese Licensee, and the Licensee accepts, a non-exclusive licence under the Patents and any Know-how, upon and subject to the provisions of this Agreement
(a)
to make or manufacture LEP Devices, which devices may implement the TMA architecture and/or use the TMA algorithm (but not to manufacture or have manufactured LEP material or Total Matrix Addressing Driver Chips, or any other semiconductor device).
(b)
to make or manufacture Finished Products incorporating LEP Devices manufactured under the licensed rights granted;
(c)
to use, sell and otherwise deal in the LEP Devices and Finished Products made or manufactured in accordance with the licensed rights granted and (b) in any and all countries of the world;
(d)
to sublicense (either in whole or in part) its licensed rights to manufacture LEP Devices (as granted to a sub-contractor, for the sole purpose of having LEP Devices manufactured on Licensee’s behalf, provided that, in respect of those sub-contractors which are located outside the geographical region of Japan.
License Property
LEP means light emitting polymer material formed from an Electroluminescent Polymer.

Electroluminescent Polymer means any material deposited by solution processing that is electroluminescent and where at least one ingredient is a polymer.

LEP Device means an electronic device (which device is covered by one or more Valid Claim) in which light is generated by LEP to produce (i) a visible representation comprising Glass, a Passive Matrix Module or an Active Matrix Module, as the case may be, and (ii) backlighting to, and solely to the extent the same is necessary for, such visible representation (but excluding any lighting device intended for use primarily as a source of area illumination), which devices may be driven by a TMA Driver Chip and shall be of any resolution and shall have a viewable diagonal dimension which is either (a) equal to or in excess of Ten (10') inches, or (b) equal to less than Twenty Seven (27') inches, whichever the Licensee shall have elected prior to entering into Commercial Production, by serving prior written election on CDT in accordance with this agreement.

TMA means Total Matrix Addressing.

Patent means the patents and patent applications listed; all future patents and patent applications that may be filed by or on behalf of Licesor or a Licensor Group member which are related to LEP display architecture and/or manufacture and which Licensor or a Licensor Group member exclusively owns or jointly owns, has an unrestricted right and ability to grant licenses thereto and such right to grant licences is not conditional upon Licensor or a Licensor Group member making any form of payment or other form of compensation to any relevant third party; and any extension of any such patent and any patent obtained in pursuance of any such application.

4,923,288 – Optical modulators based on polymers
5,247,190 – Electroluminescent devices
5,399,502 – Method of manufacturing of electrolumineschent devices

Finished Product means any article (whether or not complete) produced by or for the Licensee or any member of the Licensee’s Group which incorporates an LEP Device and additional components.

Total Matrix Addressing Driver Chips means row and column driver chips interfacing with either a separate or integrated processor chip capable of running any non-negative matrix factorisation algorithm (or any other algorithm that gives positive values) such that the said row and column driver chips can drive more than one row and column at a time within one subframe. (“TMA Driver Chips” shall be construed accordingly). Total Matrix Addressing is a a form of passive matrix driving where more than one row is addressed at a time, resulting in reduced power consumption and extended panel lifetime.

Field of Use
This agreement pertains to the semiconductor industry.

IPSCIO Record ID: 6067

License Grant
The Licensor, a corporation 100% owned by the Licensee’s Chief Executive Officer,  has assigned to the Licensee the Patent and the inventions created using those rights pursuant to an Assignment.
License Property
Invention(s) means Substrate With Light Display; described in U.S. Patent Application No. 60/608,783, U.S. Patent Application No. 11/219,164 U.S. Patent Application No. 60/617,263 and U.S. Patent Application No. 60/804,224 and any related patents or patent applications. A display with light elements comprises a substrate layer and a display layer. The substrate layer comprises a power source, light elements interconnected to the power source, and a controller interconnected to both. The substrate layer may be formed of flexible material. The controller activates at least a first light element to a different illumination state relative to at least a second light element. The display layer covers a substantial portion of the substrate and contains text and/or graphics covering a portion thereof. The display layer may be formed of flexible material. The light elements are visible through the display layer. The power source may include a solar cell and/or a battery. When both a battery and solar cell are used the solar cell may recharge the battery to operate the light elements and controller in low light conditions.  The Company is developing solar and non-solar powered substrates that permit sign-quality graphics to be run through printers with electric lighting embedded in the substrate.

For example, retail establishments such as grocery stores and convenience stores generally use numerous different types of displays both for advertising and for conveying information. The displays may be shelf tags indicating a product and a price, floor displays, window displays, and numerous others. Similarly, posters may be used as displays for numerous types of establishments, including retail establishments, theaters, food service establishments, and many public or governmental displays to convey various types of information. Furthermore, numerous different types of vehicle-mounted displays exist, such as bumper stickers, window stickers, and others. Other types of vehicle-mounted displays include advertising displays mounted on the interior and/or exterior portions of vehicles, including taxi vehicles and public transit vehicles such as buses and trains. Displays may also be fixed to benches, buildings, street or lampposts, and hanging banners, to name but a few examples. [Para 4] Generally, such displays are static displays that are printed in a fixed manner. For example, a poster may have a printed display portion including text and/or graphics for use in an advertising promotion.

Field of Use
The Buyer is a Nevada corporation engaged in the business of providing energy-efficient and sustainable energy solutions by developing and implementing technology in three main areas  light emitting diode (LED) lighting, solar energy and infrared. Through its wholly-owned subsidiary, EvoLucia Lighting, Inc., the Company is developing and selling environmentally responsible, energy efficient lighting products that are based on the latest and most efficient light emitting diode (LED) technologies. The Company, through its wholly-owned subsidiary, has also developed technologies in the solar energy arena that improve the efficiency of solar energy production and delivery and have the potential for bringing solar power more quickly to grid parity.  The Company has also developed mercury cadmium telluride infrared cells that increase efficiencies in infrared technology and may provide opportunities for commercial applications of that technology.

IPSCIO Record ID: 237238

License Grant
Licensor, an individual, grants to Licensee, its successors, assigns, and legal representatives, the irrevocable, world-wide right and license in and to the Technology and the Licensed Patents, including the right to make, have made, use, lease, sub-license and sell Wafers, Cells, Modules, Integrated Products and Other Products and to enforce any of the patent rights of the Licensed Patents.
License Property
Licensee owns or has rights in and to certain patents, patent rights, knowhow and technology relating to ribbon technology.

Wafer shall mean any ribbon substrate which would infringe a claim of a Licensed Patent.

Cell shall mean a single Wafer which is processed to provide electrical output.

Module shall mean a plurality of Cells which are connected with a common electrical output.

Integrated Product shall mean any product which is sold as a unit by Licensee and which incorporates a Wafer, Cell or Module as part of the unit.

Field of Use
Licensee is engaged in the development and marketing of products which incorporate ribbon technology, such as crystalline silicon photovoltaics and photovoltaic solar cells.

IPSCIO Record ID: 2799

License Grant
The Licensor granted the Licensee a non-exclusive right and license to use all of the Technical Information, if any,  furnished by Licensor,  any invention claimed in any of the unexpired patents now or hereafter, or unexpired patents which issue from pending patent applications now or hereafter,  and any continuations, continuations-in-part, divisions, reissues, reexaminations, or extensions thereof to make, have made, and to lease, sell, or otherwise dispose of the Licensed Products.
License Property
“Light Valve” means a variable light transmission device comprising a cell including cell walls, containing or adapted to contain an activatable material, described hereinafter, such that a change in the optical characteristics of the activatable material affects the characteristics of light absorbed by, transmitted through and/or reflected from the cell; means incorporated in or on the cell, or separate therefrom for applying an electric or magnetic field to the activatable material within the cell; and coatings, (including, but not limited to, electrodes), spacers, seals, electrical and/or electronic components, and other elements incorporated in or on the cell.  The activatable material, which the cell contains or is adapted to contain, includes in it solid suspended particles, which when subjected to a suitable electric or magnetic field, orient to produce a change in the optical characteristics of the device, and may be in the form a liquid suspension, gel, film or other material.

“Light Valve Film” means a film or sheet or more than one thereof comprising a suspension of particles used or intended for use solely in or as a Light Valve.  The Light Valve Film shall comprise either (a) a suspension of particles dispersed throughout a continuous liquid phase enclosed within one or more rigid or flexible solid films or sheets, or (b) a discontinuous phase of a liquid comprising dispersed particles, said discontinuous phase being dispersed throughout a continuous phase of a rigid or flexible solid film or sheet.  The Light Valve Film may also comprise one or more other layers such as, without limitation, a film, coating or sheet or combination thereof, which may provide the Light Valve Film with (1) scratch resistance, (2) protection from ultraviolet radiation, (3) reflection of infrared energy, and/or (4) electrical conductivity for transmitting an applied electric or magnetic field to the activatable material.

“Light Valve Transportation Vehicle Window Product” means a Light Valve used or intended for use solely as a window (including sunroofs and window panes which are an integral part of the internal or external structure) integrally incorporated in a mass transportation vehicle of a type not designed or primarily intended for military use.  The term “Light Valve  Transportation Vehicle Window Product” shall not include a Light Valve used or intended for use as a sun visor, but may include Light Valves which are used or intended for use in a non-military transportation vehicle as, or as part of, or are laminated to, or whose surface area is primarily attached to, a window, sunroof or windshield. The term “mass transportation vehicle” shall mean busses, trains (including light rail trains and monorails), used for mass transit, but shall exclude passenger cars, recreational vehicles, trucks, mobile cranes, construction vehicles, boats or other watercraft, aircraft, space craft and space-stations and other types of vehicles not specifically enumerated above.

United States Patents 4,772,103, 5,002,701, 4,877,313, 5,093,041, 5,111,331, 5,130,057, 5,279,773, 5,325,220, 5,463,491, 5,463,492, 5,461,506, 5,467,217, 5,516,463, 5,650,872, 5,728,251, 5,764,402, 5,838,482, 5,691,849, 6,114,405, 6,156,239, 6,271,956B1, 6,301,040, 6,334,967 B1, 6,416,827, 6,429,961B1, 6,517,746, 6,522,446, 6,529,312B1, 6,606,185B2

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