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Inventor:
Tyler; Kelly D.
Address:
Jamul, CA
No. of patents:
10
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Patent Number Title Of Patent Date Issued
D425047 Controller for video games May 16, 2000
D409182 Dual controller assembly for video games May 4, 1999
D394055 Memory pack for video games May 5, 1998
D392342 Control pad March 17, 1998
D385924 Video game light gun November 4, 1997
D380783 Control pad July 8, 1997
D380503 Analog steering wheel for video game July 1, 1997
D380238 Control pad June 24, 1997
6290228 Leg extensions for a lap-mounted computer game accessory September 18, 2001
An accessory for a computer game can be placed on a table top or in a person's lap. The accessory has a pair of extensions which can be moved between retracted and exposed positions. In the retracted position, the extensions serve as legs which support the accessory on a table top. In
6068554 Hand manipulated dual controller assembly May 30, 2000
A hand manipulated dual controller assembly for use with action video games. It has a base with a trackball type controller mounted in one recess in the top surface of the base and a joystick type controller mounted in another recess in the top surface of the base. By using the joyst










 
 
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