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WINDGO, Inc. Granted Three US Patents on The Same Day (7/17/18)


WINDGO, Inc. Granted Three US Patents on The Same Day (7/17/18)

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COLUMBIA, Mo., July 25, 2018 /PRNewswire/ -- Today, WINDGO, Inc., a research and development company specializing in smart material and vibrational transfer technologies announced that they were granted three (3) US Patents on the same day (7/17/18) - each product addressing different markets and applications yet all in line with WINDGO's emphasis on energy, resonance and vibration technologies and products. WINDGO, Inc. is focused on the IoT End-Node market expansion that is forecasted to exceed one trillion dollars by 2025.

Patent # 10,027,937: ProVector™ Measurement Projection Mapping System protects methods of embedded sensing and projection mapping. WINDGO's ProVector™ allows for projection of a tape measure image (or any other image) directly onto a surface. "While our process may be complex, our product is straightforward in this application," says WINDGO's VP of R&D, David Strumpf. "What is truly exciting is that the measurements are actually projected onto the surface without holding a device. With this patent we are well on our way along the exciting path from 'reality' to 'virtual reality' to 'augmented reality' to 'Actual Reality 2.0'. We are actively pursuing strategic partners to navigate our projected path with us." 

Patent # 10,026,054: Drone ChuteSystems & Methods for Receiving Packages Delivered by Unmanned Vehicles protects methods of embedded sensing and receiving packages from unmanned vehicles. WINDGO's Drone Chute™ is comprised of a collapsible package receiver adapted to be movably coupled to a building. The package receiver may be configured to receive the package well above ground to increase safety and security of the package and unmanned vehicle. Technologies for package loading and delivery to an intended destination (business, home, restaurant, etc.) are well underway, as demonstrated by Amazon's Prime Air, UPS and Flirtey (in partnership with 7-Eleven). However, the myriad factors and dynamics of actually receiving the packages at destination are addressed by WINDGO's unique Drone Chute™ collapsible package receiver, notification and building attachment methods.

Patent # 10,022,008: Food Puck™ Assistive Cooking Device and Sensory System is designed to allow a user to more conveniently prepare personalized meals by use of a portable assistive device. The Food Puck™ is designed to provide highly consistent, customized meal preparation by food preparation professionals in restaurants and kitchens, as well as in home and industrial settings. Additional features of the patented technology include the ability to detect, record and transport information regarding food safety, freshness, min/max temperatures experienced in a professional or private vehicle transporting food items by means of a Media Access Control (MAC) network address. This WINDGO Food Puck™ will therefore be able to communicate with the Internet of Things (IoT) network infrastructure currently evolving and into the future.

These new inventions are based on technologies that evolved from the original works of inventor Fielding Staton. His invention of the Absorbud in 2013 has led to industry-changing advancements in macro, micro, and nano-based technologies.

WINDGO/Newtonoid Three PDFs US Patents Public Press Copy- Freely Distributed

Fielding Staton - Liberty, MO
David StrumpfColumbia, MO

About WINDGO, Inc: WINDGO, Inc. ( is a privately-held company based in Columbia, MO. WINDGO, Inc. has several patent holdings within its Intellectual Property holding company – Newtonoid, LLC which has been in the research and development business since 2013. Founded in 2016, WINDGO, Inc. has researched, developed, and produced a variety of smart products and other intelligent product subsystems in the sensory and digital markets including Absorbud, smart windows, smart damping adhesives, and robot skin membranes.


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