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2205 Red Maple Rd, Flower Mound, TX 75022    972-9060853   

Cary, NC   

Apex, NC   

1102 Kiowa Cv, Gainesville, TX 76240    940-6123866   

Dallas, TX   

Denton, TX   

Irving, TX   

Wade, NC   

Cincinnati, OH   

Garland, TX   

Richardson, TX   

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Senior Mechanical Engineer At Rim | Blackberry

Position:
Senior Mechanical Engineer at RIM | BlackBerry
Location:
Raleigh-Durham, North Carolina Area
Industry:
Mechanical or Industrial Engineering
Work:
RIM | BlackBerry - Irving, TX since Sep 2010
Senior Mechanical Engineer
Extron Electronics Nov 2009 - Sep 2010
Mechanical Engineer
Sony Ericsson 2006 - Nov 2009
Sr. Mechanical Engineer
Nokia 1996 - 2006
Senior Mechanical Engineer
Education:
Temple University
BS, Mechanical Engineering
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Paul Everest

Location:
Dallas/Fort Worth Area
Industry:
Mechanical or Industrial Engineering

Publications

Us Patents

Desktop Touch Screen

US Patent:
D660837, May 29, 2012
Filed:
Feb 23, 2011
Appl. No.:
29/386017
Inventors:
David Libman - Dove Canyon CA,
Jaysun Stockdell-Giesler - Morrisville NC,
Paul Everest - Flower Mound TX,
Assignee:
RGB Systems, Inc. - Anaheim CA
International Classification:
1402
US Classification:
D14336

Wall Mounted Touch Screen

US Patent:
D662093, Jun 19, 2012
Filed:
Feb 23, 2011
Appl. No.:
29/385984
Inventors:
David Libman - Dove Canyon CA,
Jaysun Stockdell-Giesler - Morrisville NC,
Paul Everest - Flower Mound TX,
Assignee:
RGB Systems, Inc. - Anaheim CA
International Classification:
1402
US Classification:
D14336

Three-Dimensional Touch Pad Input Device

US Patent:
2008002, Jan 31, 2008
Filed:
Jul 31, 2006
Appl. No.:
11/461130
Inventors:
Paul Everest - Apex NC,
International Classification:
G06F 3/041
US Classification:
345173
Abstract:
Disclosed is a system, method and computer application for electronic equipment having a user input device that outputs information indicative of a location and an applied pressure of an object touching the user input device. Based on a change in the location and/or applied pressure of the object touching the user input device , information is processed move a cursor or other object displayed on a screen. Exemplary movements include zooming in on a portion of the display or zooming out on a portion of the display based upon detected asserted pressure on the user input device. In another embodiment, an object displayed on the display may be manipulated in a predetermined manner based on the signal received from the touchpad, which allows the display to be utilized in three-dimensional manner.

Jog Dial For Mobile Terminal

US Patent:
2008007, Apr 3, 2008
Filed:
Sep 29, 2006
Appl. No.:
11/537264
Inventors:
Paul Everest - Cary NC,
John Kevin Schoolcraft - Sanford NC,
International Classification:
G09G 5/00
US Classification:
345184
Abstract:
A mobile terminal is provided for use in a wireless communication system. The mobile terminal comprising a housing having an opening and a selective input device. The selective input device includes a hub secured in the opening in the housing such that at least a portion of the periphery of the hub extends from the housing. A capacitance layer is integral with the periphery of the hub. A resilient ring is movably disposed on the periphery of the hub and operatively connected with the capacitance layer for generating signals when the ring is moved relative to the hub. A controller is operably connected to the input device for receiving and processing the signals.

Battery Retention System

US Patent:
2012028, Nov 8, 2012
Filed:
Feb 14, 2012
Appl. No.:
13/396262
Inventors:
Patrick Clement Strittmatter - Frisco TX,
Paul Daniel Everest - Flower Mound TX,
Devin Bertrum Pauley - San Jose CA,
Thomas Kevin Swindle - Watauga TX,
Duc Hongle Ngo - Carrollton TX,
International Classification:
H05K 5/00
E05B 15/02
E06B 3/34
US Classification:
361724, 49465, 29234115
Abstract:
A battery protection mechanism is provided within an electronic device. A door has a latch which fits into a latch retention-release mechanism in the base of the device. A spring under tension within a retention-release mechanism presses against the latch when the device is in a closed configuration. A foot attached to a button in the base of the device urges the door out of position upon depression or activation of the button.

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