INNOVENTIONS Awarded Federal Registered Trademark
HOUSTON - April 23, 2004 - INNOVENTIONS, Inc. has been awarded a federal registered trademark for its RotoView® technology. The registered trademark was awarded on March 30, 2004.
RotoView is a patented new technology that allows PDA and cell phone users to "tilt" their way around the small display screens found on these devices. With a RotoView-enabled PDA or cell phone, the user overcomes the display navigation challenge by simply changing the orientation at which the device is held.
"RotoView was invented to address the inherent limitation of mechanical switches for navigating small hand-held devices," said David Feinstein, President of INNOVENTIONS and inventor of RotoView. "RotoView makes navigation simpler and more intuitive, eliminating the need for using two hands while navigating the device screen."
The RotoView Development System is available now for $195. The system includes a fully assembled board for the RotoView sensor module, a Windows-based software package that allows you to interface the module to your PC and emulate the hand-held display, and a flexible USB cable. A RotoView add on module for the Pocket PC will be available soon.
While it is targeted towards engineers and product line managers wishing to quickly evaluate RotoView technology, the RotoView Development System is also perfect for electronics hobbyists, educators and other researchers in the field.
Further information is available at the RotoView Web site, www.rotoview.com
INNOVENTIONS, Inc., a Houston-based private company, pioneered the field of portable memory testers in 1987 with its SIMCHECK and RAMCHECK brands. The Company is also developing various technologies like RotoView for licensing by other companies.
For further information please contact Scott LaRoche, Director of Sales at INNOVENTIONS, Inc., 10425 Bissonnet Street, Houston, TX 77099. Phone (281) 879-6226. e-mail: email@example.com