Patent Claims Tutorials & Animations

Demonstratives creates 3D animations, 2D animations and still artwork and graphics for use in all stages of patent litigation.  Demonstratives graphics have been used in interference proceedings, Markman (Claim Construction) hearings and at every level of Federal Court including the US Supreme Court.  Demonstratives graphics and animations have also been used in Section 337 investigations at the United States International Trade Commission (USITC).

Image of Trial Graphics: Vacuum Cleaner
November 3, 2011
Demonstratives brought a 1960s model vacuum cleaner back to life to show that the plaintiff's patent claims from a patent issued in the 1990s could be read directly on it. The plaintiff dropped their claim shortly after being presented with the animation by the defendant's attorney.
Image of Litigation Animation: KSR v. Teleflex
November 3, 2011
Demonstratives created animations for KSR, demonstrating the operation of adjustable foot pedals in the landmark U.S. Supreme Court decision on obviousness as applied to patent claims. The Solicitor General of the United States stated, "[The] Petitioner has supplied an animation that helpfully illustrates that point."