CORNFIELD ELECTRONICS, INC.
|CORNFIELD ELECTRONICS, INC. Patent applications|
|Patent application number||Title||Published|
|20140088341||GUIDE GLASSES - A sound and light machine (SLM) produces sound and light pulses at brain wave frequencies so as to induce a particular state of consciousness in a user, while simultaneously providing music. The SLM includes light emitting diodes (LEDs) and headphone speakers. A microcontroller runs firmware to control the LEDs and headphone speakers so as to produce a plurality of dominant brainwave frequencies. Binaural voices produce a melody of music without interfering with the brainwave frequencies. Each note of the melody is sounded at a specific pitch based on information in a Tone Object, which includes a state variable index holding the note's current position within a waveform array and a state variable step, which is an amount by which to increment the state variable index at each iteration. The index is set to 0 at startup and the step is calculated from the initial note desired.||03-27-2014|
|20130107130||UNIVERSAL REMOTE CONTROL FOR EFFECTING THE SAME FUNCTION ON A PLURALITY OF DIFFERENT DEVICES||05-02-2013|
|20100328548||UNIVERSAL REMOTE CONTROL FOR EFFECTING THE SAME FUNCTION ON A PLURALITY OF DIFFERENT DEVICES - A universal remote control device effects a same function on a plurality of different remotely controlled devices. The device has a housing, an actuator within the housing, a database of encoded signals for effecting the same function on the plurality of different remotely controlled devices; and a signal emitter configured to emit the encoded signals so as to effect the same function for each of the plurality of different devices in response to actuation of the actuator with no more than ½ second between each encoded signal.||12-30-2010|
|20100076253||GUIDE GLASSES - A sound and light machine (SLM) produces sound and light that pulses at brain wave frequencies. The SLM is programmed to induce a particular state of consciousness in a user. The SLM includes a left and a right light emitting diode (LED) (||03-25-2010|
Patent applications by CORNFIELD ELECTRONICS, INC.