USER-DEFINED STIMULATION PATTERNS FOR JUVENILE PRODUCTS

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16444179

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Systems and methods define a stimulation pattern for a juvenile product utilizing a mobile device that executes a mobile application that is linked to the juvenile product. The method comprises the step of recognizing, by the mobile device when executing the mobile app, the user-defined stimulation pattern for the juvenile product. The stimulation pattern can be a vibration pattern or a motion pattern, and can be detected in a number of different ways by the mobile device. The method further comprises the step of determining control signals for the actuator(s) of the juvenile product based on the user-defined stimulation pattern that is recognized by the mobile device. The method further comprises the step of, in response to receiving a command to execute the user-defined stimulation pattern, controlling the actuator(s) of the juvenile product based on the stored control signals for the user-defined stimulation pattern.

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THORLEY INDUSTRIES LLC912 FT DUQUESNE BOULEVARD PITTSBURGH PA 15222

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Inventor Name Address # of filed Patents Total Citations
Arora, Arjit Pittsburgh, US 4 10
Dowling, Kevin Westford, US 25 2360
Joseph, Suraj Coraopolis, US 6 17
Juchniewicz, Richard Pittsburgh, US 3 5
Koes, Mary J Pittsburgh, US 22 253
McFadden, Mara Pittsburgh, US 4 6
Sandbothe, Erica Pittsbirgh, US 4 6

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