By their very nature, inventions are the first of their kind. That’s exciting for someone like Ted Heske, Director of Intellectual Property for NanoLumens who has devoted his life to emerging solutions. On this new episode of NanoSessions, a NanoLumens podcast, host Maggie Shein welcomed Heske to discuss patents and the intellectual property they work with when creating state-of-the-art display technology.
“When you buy a NanoLumens display, that’s a significant bundle of unique intellectual property that collectively provides a lot of advantages to our customers,” Heske said.
The Georgia-based company is known for creating large-format LED displays such as JFK International Airport’s Terminal 4 digital display that measures 30-foot wide by 10-foot high as well as other first-of-its-kind creative technology displays.
As a former inventor of consumer products himself, Heske said patents and intellectual property are interesting because it’s uncharted territory.
“If an idea is worthy of a patent, that means no one has done it before,” Heske said. “That’s a constant source of novelty and a problem solver myself, I’m always interested in understanding how new things work.”
Heske also discussed the most significant patents in NanoLumens’ arsenal of intellectual property and what makes those pieces of display technology so important.