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James E. Pedder - Related organizations: Apple Inc. patents

Transparent strain sensors in an electronic device

03/16/17 - 20170075465 - An electronic device includes one or more transparent strain sensors configured to detect strain based on an amount of force applied to the electronic device, a component in the electronic device, and/or an input surface of the electronic device. The one or more transparent strain sensors may be included in
Inventors: James E. Pedder, Sunggu Kang, David J. Meyer, John Z. Zhong

Encapsulated metal nanowires

03/09/17 - 20170068359 - An optically-transparent conductive structure is disclosed. The optically-transparent conductive structure can be used within a display stack of an electronic device. The optically-transparent conductive structure may be formed by depositing a metal nanowire layer that on a surface of a polarizing layer within the display stack. An encapsulation layer is
Inventors: Se Hyun Ahn, Michael Vosgueritchian, James E. Pedder, Sunggu Kang, Xiaofan Niu

Transparent strain sensors in an electronic device

01/26/17 - 20170023420 - One or more strain sensors can be included in an electronic device. Each strain sensor includes a strain sensitive element and one or more strain signal lines connected directly to the strain sensitive element. The strain sensor(s) are used to detect a force that is applied to the electronic device,
Inventors: Michael Vosgueritchian, John Stephen Smith, Sinan Filiz, James E. Pedder, Tingjun Xu, Xiaonan Wen

Temperature compensating transparent force sensor having a flexible substrate

05/26/16 - 20160147353 - An optically transparent force sensor element is compensated for effects of environment by comparing a force reading from a first force-sensitive component with a second force-sensitive components. The first and second force-sensitive components disposed on opposite sides of a flexible substrate within a display stack.
Inventors: Sinan Filiz, James E. Pedder, Charley T. Ogata, John Stephen Smith, Dhaval Chandrakant Patel, Shin John Choi, Brian Q. Huppi, Christopher J. Butler, Martin P. Grunthaner

Temperature compensating transparent force sensor having a compliant layer

05/26/16 - 20160147352 - An optically transparent force sensor that may compensate for environmental effects, including, for example, variations in temperature of the device or the surroundings. In some examples, two force-sensitive layers are separated by a compliant layer. The relative electrical response of the two force-sensitive layers may be used to compute an
Inventors: Sinan Filiz, James E. Pedder, Charley T. Ogata, John Stephen Smith, Dhaval Chandrakant Patel, Shin John Choi, Brian Q. Huppi, Christopher J. Butler, Martin P. Grunthaner

Temperature compensating transparent force sensor

05/19/16 - 20160139717 - An optically transparent force sensor, which may be used as input to an electronic device. The optically transparent force sensor may be configured to compensate for variations in temperature using two or more force-sensitive components that are formed from materials having different temperature- and strain-dependent responses.
Inventors: Sinan Filiz, James E. Pedder, Charley T. Ogata, John Stephen Smith, Dhaval Chandrakant Patel, Shin John Choi, Brian Q. Huppi, Christopher J. Butler, Martin P. Grunthaner

Temperature compensating transparent force sensor having a complliant layer

04/14/16 - 20160103545 - An optically transparent force sensor that may compensate for environmental effects, including, for example, variations in temperature of the device or the surroundings. In some examples, two force-sensitive layers are separated by a compliant layer. The relative electrical response of the two force-sensitive layers may be used to compute an
Inventors: Sinan Filiz, James E. Pedder, Charley T. Ogata, John Stephen Smith, Dhaval Chandrakant Patel, Shin John Choi, Brian Q. Huppi, Christopher J. Butler, Martin P. Grunthaner

Multi-layer transparent force sensor

03/03/16 - 20160062517 - An optically transparent force sensor element includes multi-layer electrodes of two materials having different gauge factors to increase sensitivity of measured force magnitude. A passivation layer is positioned between the electrode layers in each element. One gauge factor may be positive while the other gauge factor may be negative.
Inventors: David J. Meyer, James E. Pedder, John Z. Zhong, Sunggu Kang

Transparent force sensor with strain relief

08/27/15 - 20150242037 - A transparent force sensor for detecting an applied force on a surface of a device. The transparent force sensor includes a transparent force-sensitive film having an array of strain-relief features oriented along a first direction. The transparent force-sensitive film is formed from a transparent piezoelectric material that exhibits a substantially
Inventors: James E. Pedder, John Stephen Smith


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