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DENVER, CO, November 01, 2023 /24-7PressRelease/ -- BlueRadios' Non-profit will be responsible for licensing Intellectual Property patent portfolio to the AR/VR wearables market with net proceeds going to Colorado animal shelters.
-Technology Licenses will cover all Golden-i® related patents, software, and hardware designs that BlueRadios obtains ownership of at trial and will NOT require licensees to use a Kopin micro display in the design.
-Kopin and BlueRadios in Federal Court in Denver jointly moved to add BlueRadios inventors to two existing patents.
-BlueRadios is seeking to correct ownership to include BlueRadios of almost 36 issued patents, and tens of millions in monetary damage at trial.
-BlueRadios independently prosecuted and was issued sole ownership to several AR/VR technology patents with 2007 priority date.
-BlueRadios plans to terminate their existing contract with Kopin and have new license agreements managed by the non-profit.
-Kopin was repeatedly admonished and also sanctioned earlier this year for discovery violations. BlueRadios has requested the Court to award it almost $1.5M of costs and attorney fees.
BlueRadios will continue to litigate a related Lawsuit in Federal Court in Massachusetts against Patent Law Firm Hamilton Brook Smith Reynolds (HBSR) that represented both BlueRadios and Kopin with patent prosecution under the Joint development agreement. David Brook, founder of HBSR and Kopin's board member and secretary since the inception of Kopin, sold all of his unrestricted Kopin stock ($2.7 million) a few days before BlueRadios complaint in Massachusetts was filed and was named personally in the lawsuit along with four other HBSR Patent Attorneys.
The non-profit will be responsible for AR/VR patent prosecution, licensing and enforcement. BlueRadios' asserts that Golden-i Technology is used by a number of companies in the AR/VR industry including Kopin Corporation, RealWear, 3M (Scott Safety), Google, Leonardo-DSR, HMDmd, Vuzix as well as Solos & Lightning Silicon (companies founded by former Kopin CEO John Fan).
The case number is 1:16-cv-02052 and the original complaint is available for download at http://blueradios.com/Kopin_Complaint.pdf.
Note: Golden-i® is a registered trademark of Kopin Corporation.
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