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King's Soumd Field Synthesis Technology
What is the unmet need? Existing techniques for sound scene synthesis incur prohibitively high computational loads to synthesise convincing illusions of dynamic acoustic environments. Licensing OpportunityKing’s College London is seeking to license its technology for real time synthesis of 3D dynamic sound scenes.Technology OverviewThe patent...
Published: 24/05/2018   |   Inventor(s): Zoran Cvetkovic, Enzo De sena, Huseyin Hacihabiboglu
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King's Multichannel Sound Technology
What is the unmet need? There is an unmet need for low-channel count robust immersive sound systems. Existing technologies (Ambisonics, WFS) require a very high number of audio channels and precise positioning of loudspeakers. Techniques based on amplitude panning (VBAP) are perceived as not rendering satisfactory acoustic images between loduspeak...
Published: 24/05/2018   |   Inventor(s): Zoran Cvetkovic, Enzo De sena, Huseyin Hacihabiboglu
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Functional super-resolution localisation microscopy by fluorescence lifetime imaging
Super-resolution and localization fluorescence microscopy techniques have attracted considerable attention in the past decade in particular (including the Nobel Prize in Chemistry, 2014), as they allow for localization of fluorophores on length scales below the optical diffraction limit, and elucidation of nanometer scale structural features in bio...
Published: 24/05/2018   |   Inventor(s): Simon Ameer-beg, Simon Poland
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Novel localisation microscopy technique for high density & artefact free images
Super-resolution and localization fluorescence microscopy techniques have attracted considerable attention in the past decade in particular including the Nobel Prize in Chemistry, 2014.Academics at King’s College London have developed a novel method based on multiscale temporal filtering to enable high density, artefact free and multi colour ...
Published: 25/04/2018   |   Inventor(s): Susan Cox, Richard Marsh
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Novel Multifocal fluorescence lifetime imaging platform
Super-resolution and localization fluorescence microscopy techniques have attracted considerable attention in the past decade in particular (including the Nobel Prize in Chemistry, 2014), as they allow for localization of fluorophores on length scales below the optical diffraction limit, and elucidation of nanometer scale structural features in bio...
Published: 25/04/2018   |   Inventor(s): Simon Ameer-beg, James Levitt
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Multiaxes force torque sensors
Multiaxes force torque sensors Multiaxes force torque sensors that measure multiple degrees of freedom (DoF) are often complex and expensive. The academics at King’s College London have come up with novel design structures for 5-axis or 6-axis force torque sensing. The structure of the sensor design is simple, therefore easy to manufacture an...
Published: 05/04/2018   |   Inventor(s): Yohan Noh, Hongbin Liu
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Ultrasensitive, Inexpensive and Compact Sensing technology
Researchers from King's College London have invented a low cost, compact and versatile technology platform based on electrically-driven plasmonic nanorod metamaterial for a variety of applications including sensing (for gases such as Hydrogen and Oxygen). These can also be used as nanoscale plasmon and light sources as well as nanoreactors. Summary...
Published: 04/04/2018   |   Inventor(s): Anatoly Zayats, Wayne Dickson, Pan Wang, Mazhar Nasir, Alexey Krasavin
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NQR Landmine Clearance
ARIES – Advanced Radiofrequency-spectroscopic Intelligent Explosives SensorMine, not Mine-like: Landmines and other explosives remnants of conflict cause thousands of casualties and keep millions of acres of land out-of-use long after conflicts end. Current approaches detect anomalies – mine-like objects or metal in the ground – ...
Published: 07/09/2016   |   Inventor(s): Jamie Barras
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Bio-compatible Random Lasers for Biosensing Applications
Researchers at King’s College London have achieved substantial innovation in the field of biosensing with the concept of sensing by lasing.The researchers at King’s College London have constructed a bio-compatible random laser made out of materials such as silk with a disordered nanostructure that can be used as a novel generation biose...
Published: 08/05/2015   |   Inventor(s): Riccardo Sapienza
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All-Optical Signal Modulation
Summary The large bandwidth obtained using optical signals has led to the transmission and reception of vast amounts of information. Recent technologies have achieved a 1Tbps bandwidth thanks to photonic integrated circuits (PIC). This bandwidth is being further increased, as required by several new applications (Business analytics, Telemedicine, C...
Published: 08/05/2015   |   Inventor(s): Gregory Wurtz, Anatoly Zayats, Cillian Mcpolin
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