Re: [PanoToolsNG] Re: ivrpa patent fund
- Hi Doug,
I'm just shocked that anyone is gullible enough to believe his nonsense. They've had the patent SEVEN YEARS, how many people have ended up in court ? ZERO. You can draw your own conclusions.
On 4 May 2011, at 15:33, djaurand wrote:
> If your conclusions are correct, then why is Handal claiming Henry is infringing by using "omnidirectional images"
> Maybe the Patent isn't the issue, maybe the claim of infringement is a lie
> Doug Aurand
> --- In PanoToolsNG@yahoogroups.com, Matthew Rogers - 360Precision <matthew@...> wrote:
> > This figure is all I need to see. I've read all the posts regarding prior art etc and they're completely useless. This patent does not claim to have invented:
> > 1. Spherical Images
> > 2. Using fisheye images to create spherical images.
> > 3. Cubic images
> > 4. Ipix images
> > 5. ... etc etc
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Henry mentioned he hasn't heard from Handal in a little while after just a token effort disputing his claims
And I was thinking the letter from one of IVRPA's attorneys working on this might provide a little comfort to our customers, the ones being being theatened, being from an....attorney with a different view
You guys are playing for the long game, but there's a short game too
Like keeping customers and getting more business
--- In PanoToolsNG@yahoogroups.com, Scott Witte <scottw@...> wrote:
> That is what Henry tried. It makes no difference, certainly not to Handal.
> On 5/5/2011 1:55 PM, djaurand wrote:
> > My thinking was to have a trial attorney look at the infringement
> > claims made in the Hotel Mella letter, consult with an IP attorney,
> > and produce a response letter for any of Handals future cease & desist
> > letters
> Scott Witte
> Member, IVRPA
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