The Patents and Trademarks of Jobs: Art and Technology that Transformed the planet puts Jobs’ patents displayed within the USPTO’s National Creators Hall of Fame and Museum. Created through the nonprofit Invent Now, the exhibit includes a look that’s instantly identifiable: 30 giant-size apple iphones, arranged screen to screen inside a simple rectangular formation, just like a military salute created by Jonathan Ive.
One of the patents Jobs is credited with: “Method and apparatus to be used of spinning user inputs,” which basically patented the ipod device clickwheel “Voicemail manager for portable multi-purpose device,” the foundation for the iPhone’s visual voicemail message and 13 separate patents on presentation alone.
As the exhibit is supposed to “give understanding of the visionary commitment” of Jobs, the patent vault at Apple has considered highly within the escalation of lawsuits over intellectual property recently. Most conspicuously, Samsung continues to be involved in patent wars with Apple over how carefully its Universe items mimic the look and operation of apple iphones and iPads, as proven within this infographic.
To some lesser extent, Nokia, Motorola, as well as LG have tussled with Apple over patent violation.
The Jobs exhibit began November. 16 and it is displayed until Jan. 15, 2012. Situated within the atrium from the Madison Building around the USPTO’s campus in Alexandria, Veterans administration., it’s liberated to attend throughout the museum’s regular business hrs.
This story initially released on Mashable here.