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Bobby H Chung

from Atlanta, GA
Age ~84

Bobby Chung Phones & Addresses

  • 2264 Lake Ave, Atlanta, GA 30307 (404) 378-7848
  • East Point, GA
  • 360 Avalon Forest Dr, Lawrenceville, GA 30044
  • Marietta, GA
  • Atlanta, IL
  • Tucker, GA

Business Records

Name / Title
Company / Classification
Phones & Addresses
Bobby Chung
Secretary
EV CLUB OF THE SOUTH, INC
1689 Chateau Dr, Atlanta, GA 30338
2264 E Lk Rd NE, Atlanta, GA 30307

Publications

Us Patents

Apparatus And Method For Providing Both Day And Night Vision Simulations

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US Patent:
7201483, Apr 10, 2007
Filed:
Apr 28, 2005
Appl. No.:
11/117646
Inventors:
Bobby Hsiang-Hua Chung - Atlanta GA,
Bart Maximus - Oudenaarde,
Assignee:
Fats, Inc. - Suwanee GA
Barco Simulation, LLC - Xenia OH
International Classification:
G03B 21/26
US Classification:
353 94, 353 28, 353 84, 353122, 348798, 348122
Abstract:
An apparatus for providing both day vision simulations and night vision simulations includes a projector that seamlessly provides both night and daytime training modes. The projector includes two independent light sources, with an embedded night vision filter affixed inside the projector proximate one of the light sources to achieve the night training mode. The operator will select one light source according to the mode desired (daytime training mode or nighttime training mode). Each light source may easily be selected, and the light paths from both of the light sources may have a common path when exiting the projector for efficient operation between modes.

Wireless Data Communication Link Embedded In Simulated Weapon Systems

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US Patent:
7291014, Nov 6, 2007
Filed:
May 23, 2003
Appl. No.:
10/444888
Inventors:
Bobby Hsiang-Hua Chung - Atlanta GA,
Kelvin William Klusendorf - Sunnyvale CA,
Assignee:
FATS, Inc. - Suwanee GA
International Classification:
F41G 3/26
US Classification:
434 11, 434 16, 434 19, 434 21, 434 22, 434 23
Abstract:
A weapon simulator assembly having a wireless module provided in a simulated weapon to maximize the freedom of movement for the user and to provide complete diagnostics from electronic sensors for users of the firearms training simulator. The wireless module is embedded in the simulated weapon used in the simulator assembly and connected to various sensors to obtain operational information. The wireless data communication link is a wireless module using a frequency hopping spread spectrum technology such that the wireless module can fit in a small firearm simulator, such as a handgun or chemical spray simulator.

System And Method To Minimize Laser Misalignment Error In A Firearms Training Simulator

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US Patent:
2007028, Dec 13, 2007
Filed:
May 25, 2007
Appl. No.:
11/753974
Inventors:
Bobby Chung - Atlanta GA,
International Classification:
F41G 3/32
US Classification:
434022000
Abstract:
A weapon simulation system is used to correct the misalignment between a laser of a simulated weapon and an aim point of the simulated weapon. A compensation offset profile and a compensation angle profile are stored in a weapon controller card in the simulated weapon identifying the misalignment of the laser module in the corresponding simulated weapon. The compensation offset profile and compensation angle profile is transmitted from the weapon controller card to a central computer, where the central computer calculates the aim point of the simulated weapon using said compensation offset profile and said compensation angle profile from said weapon controller card. The position of the simulated weapon with respect to a screen of the weapon simulation system is further calculated using an RFID reader in electrical communication with the weapon controller card and at least one RFID tag positioned in a fire line mat, which transmits the position information to said central computer.

Light Based Projectile Detection System For A Virtual Firearms Training Simulator

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US Patent:
2010024, Sep 23, 2010
Filed:
Mar 23, 2010
Appl. No.:
12/729981
Inventors:
Bobby Hsiang-Hua Chung - Atlanta GA,
Brian Ronald Vaceluke - Lawrenceville GA,
International Classification:
F41G 3/26
US Classification:
434 21
Abstract:
A light based projectile detection system for use with a firearm and a virtual firearms training simulator includes a self-sealing screen having a proximal side and a distal side. A scenario projector transmits a simulation onto the proximal side, and a light source faces the distal side. The light source selectively projects light onto the distal side of the screen when the firearm is shot, such that light from the source traverses the screen after contact by a projectile. A camera monitors the light traversing the aperture created by the projectile to determine and associate the position of impact and transmit that information to a scenario computer. The system may include an audio detection circuit to monitor the sound generated by the firearm and transmit a signal to a flash controller to cause the light source to illuminate. The screen will then re-seal around the hole so that the light no longer traverses the screen.

System And Method To Minimize Laser Misalignment Error In A Firearms Training Simulator

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US Patent:
2011030, Dec 8, 2011
Filed:
Aug 15, 2011
Appl. No.:
13/209924
Inventors:
Bobby Hsiang-Hua Chung - Atlanta GA,
International Classification:
F41G 3/26
US Classification:
434 22
Abstract:
A weapon simulation system is used to correct the misalignment between a laser of a simulated weapon and an aim point of the simulated weapon. A compensation offset profile and a compensation angle profile are stored in a weapon controller card in the simulated weapon identifying the misalignment of the laser module in the corresponding simulated weapon. The compensation offset profile and compensation angle profile is transmitted from the weapon controller card to a central computer, where the central computer calculates the aim point of the simulated weapon using said compensation offset profile and said compensation angle profile from said weapon controller card. The position of the simulated weapon with respect to a screen of the weapon simulation system is further calculated using an RFID reader in electrical communication with the weapon controller card and at least one RFID tag positioned in a fire line mat, which transmits the position information to said central computer.

Multiple Weapon Firearms Training Method Utilizing Image Shape Recognition

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US Patent:
5816817, Oct 6, 1998
Filed:
Apr 21, 1995
Appl. No.:
8/427110
Inventors:
Wenlong Tsang - Duluth GA
Bobby Hsiang-Hua Chung - Atlanta GA
Christopher Alan Bailey - Atlanta GA
Assignee:
FATS, Inc. - Suwanee GA
International Classification:
F41G 326
US Classification:
434 22
Abstract:
A method and apparatus for simultaneously training multiple trainees in the use of simulated weapons, which method defines a set of image shapes and assigns each image shape to a different simulated weapon capable of generating a light beam, at a selected wavelength, having the assigned image shape. By collecting data under control conditions and evaluating a set of parameters that uniquely identifies each image shape and by comparing the resulting "control parameters" to the same set of parameters evaluated under training conditions (thereby, producing "on-line parameters") each image shape produced during a training session is identified and associated with a simulated weapon. The method enables an expanded number of trainees to be simultaneously trained, by employing the same set of image shapes produced and detected at different wavelengths. In accordance with the preferred embodiment, the apparatus includes a plurality of simulated weapon having a light source, a reflective surface, a light data acquisition assembly, and a controller to analyze and compare collected data. The light data acquisition assembly comprises a rasterizing sensor (i. e.
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