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Mark E Baerenrodt

from Redwood City, CA
Age ~62

Mark Baerenrodt Phones & Addresses

  • 13499 La Honda Rd, Redwood City, CA 94062
  • Woodside, CA
  • Millbrae, CA
  • Burlingame, CA
  • Delray Beach, FL
  • Milford, NH
  • North Andover, MA
  • Hollis, NH

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Mark Baerenrodt Photo 1

Senior Director Of Product Design

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Location:
13499 La Honda Rd, Woodside, CA 94062
Industry:
Medical Devices
Work:
Procept Biorobotics
Senior Director of Product Design

Magic Leap 2013 - 2017
Senior Director, Healthcare Business Leader

Farm Design, Inc. 1992 - 2013
Owner, Senior Vice President and General Manager

Applied Development 1988 - 1992
Program Manager and Design Engineer

Salton Maxim 1984 - 1988
Product Design Lead
Education:
Southern New Hampshire University 1995 - 1996
Master of Business Administration, Masters
Rochester Institute of Technology 1980 - 1984
Bachelors, Bachelor of Arts, Industrial Design
West Essex High School
Skills:
Product Development
R&D
Product Design
Fda
Medical Devices
Iso 13485
Manufacturing
Engineering Management
Design For Manufacturing
Quality System
Engineering
Design Control
Start Ups
Project Management
Pro Engineer
Injection Molding
Industrial Design
Mechanical Engineering
Strategic Planning
Iso
Testing
Quality Management
Program Management
Biomedical Engineering
Manufacturing Engineering
Validation
Rapid Prototyping
Fmea
Packaging
Machining
Languages:
English
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Mark Baerenrodt

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Publications

Us Patents

Augmented Reality Spectroscopy

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US Patent:
20220404626, Dec 22, 2022
Filed:
Aug 26, 2022
Appl. No.:
17/896516
Inventors:
- Plantation FL, US
Nastasja U. Robaina - Coconut Grove FL, US
Adrian Kaehler - Los Angeles CA, US
Mark Baerenrodt - Millbrae CA, US
Eric Baerenrodt - Milford NH, US
Christopher M. Harrises - Nashua NH, US
Tammy Sherri Powers - Coral Springs FL, US
International Classification:
G02B 27/01
G01J 3/02
G01J 3/42
A61B 5/1455
A61B 5/11
A61B 5/00
G06F 3/03
G01J 3/10
G06F 3/01
G01J 3/28
G01J 3/427
G01N 21/359
G01N 33/483
F21V 8/00
Abstract:
In some embodiments, a system comprises a head-mounted frame removably coupleable to the user's head; one or more light sources coupled to the head-mounted frame and configured to emit light with at least two different wavelengths toward a target object in an irradiation field of view of the light sources; one or more electromagnetic radiation detectors coupled to the head-mounted member and configured to receive light reflected after encountering the target object; and a controller operatively coupled to the one or more light sources and detectors and configured to determine and display an output indicating the identity or property of the target object as determined by the light properties measured by the detectors in relation to the light properties emitted by the light sources.

Augmented And Virtual Reality Eyewear, Systems, And Methods For Delivering Polarized Light And Determining Glucose Levels

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US Patent:
20230116241, Apr 13, 2023
Filed:
Dec 14, 2022
Appl. No.:
18/081510
Inventors:
- Plantation FL, US
Nicole Elizabeth Samec - Fort Lauderdale FL, US
Mark Baerenrodt - Millbrae CA, US
International Classification:
A61B 5/1455
A61B 5/145
A61B 5/00
G06T 19/00
A61B 5/0205
Abstract:
Various embodiments of a user-wearable device can comprise a frame configured to mount on a user. The device can include a display attached to the frame and configured to direct virtual images to an eye of the user. The device can also include a light source configured to provide polarized light to the eye of the user and that the polarized light is configured to reflect from the eye of the user. The device can further include a light analyzer configured to determine a polarization angle rotation of the reflected light from the eye of the user such that a glucose level of the user can be determined based at least in part on the polarization angle rotation of the reflected light.

Augmented Reality System And Method For Spectroscopic Analysis

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US Patent:
20230087868, Mar 23, 2023
Filed:
Sep 30, 2022
Appl. No.:
17/958273
Inventors:
- Plantation FL, US
Christopher M. Harrises - Nashua NH, US
Eric Baerenrodt - Milford NH, US
Mark Baerenrodt - Millbrae CA, US
Natasja U. Robaina - Coconut Grove FL, US
Nicole Elizabeth Samec - Ft. Lauderdale FL, US
Tammy Sherri Powers - Coral Springs FL, US
Ivan Li Chuen Yeoh - Tampa FL, US
Adam Carl Wright - Ft. Lauderdale FL, US
International Classification:
G01J 3/02
G01J 3/42
G01N 21/25
G01N 21/27
F21V 8/00
G02B 27/01
G06F 3/01
G09G 5/37
Abstract:
Wearable spectroscopy systems and methods for identifying one or more characteristics of a target object are described. Spectroscopy systems may include a light source configured to emit light in an irradiated field of view and an electromagnetic radiation detector configured to receive reflected light from a target object irradiated by the light source. One or more processors of the systems may identify a characteristic of the target object based on a determined level of light absorption by the target object. Some systems and methods may include one or more corrections for scattered and/or ambient light such as applying an ambient light correction, passing the reflected light through an anti-scatter grid, or using a time-dependent variation in the emitted light.

Systems And Methods For Manipulating Light From Ambient Light Sources

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US Patent:
20230039911, Feb 9, 2023
Filed:
Oct 17, 2022
Appl. No.:
17/967331
Inventors:
- Plantation FL, US
Nastasja U. Robaina - Coconut Grove FL, US
Nicole Elizabeth Samec - Ft. Lauderdale FL, US
Christopher M. Harrises - Nashua NH, US
Mark Baerenrodt - Millbrae CA, US
International Classification:
G02B 27/01
G02B 27/00
G02F 1/01
G02F 1/29
G06F 3/01
G02B 3/14
G02F 1/00
F21V 8/00
Abstract:
An optical device includes variable optical material that alters at least one of: incident ambient light, spectral content of incident ambient light or direction of incident ambient light through the optical device in response to a stimulus provided by the device. The device can sense intensity and/or spectral characteristics of ambient light and provide appropriate stimulus to various portions of the optical device to activate the variable optical material and alter at least one of: incident ambient light, spectral content of incident ambient light or direction of incident ambient light.

Augmented And Virtual Reality Display Systems And Methods For Diagnosing Health Conditions Based On Visual Fields

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US Patent:
20230004008, Jan 5, 2023
Filed:
Sep 12, 2022
Appl. No.:
17/942972
Inventors:
- Plantation FL, US
John Graham Macnamara - Plantation FL, US
Christopher M. Harrises - Nashua NH, US
Brian T. Schowengerdt - Seattle WA, US
Rony Abovitz - Weston FL, US
Mark Baerenrodt - Millbrae CA, US
International Classification:
G02B 27/01
A61B 3/14
A61B 3/113
A61B 3/16
G06T 19/00
A61B 3/10
G16H 40/63
G16H 40/67
A61B 5/145
A61M 21/02
A61B 3/00
A61B 3/12
A61B 5/361
A61B 5/369
A61B 5/398
A61B 5/1455
A61B 5/00
A61B 8/10
A61B 8/00
A61B 3/08
A61B 3/103
A61F 9/00
G02B 27/00
A61B 3/028
A61B 3/06
A61B 3/02
A61B 3/13
G02B 21/00
A61B 3/024
Abstract:
Configurations are disclosed for a health system to be used in various healthcare applications, e.g., for patient diagnostics, monitoring, and/or therapy. The health system may comprise a light generation module to transmit light or an image to a user, one or more sensors to detect a physiological parameter of the user's body, including their eyes, and processing circuitry to analyze an input received in response to the presented images to determine one or more health conditions or defects.

Augmented Reality Display System For Evaluation And Modification Of Neurological Conditions, Including Visual Processing And Perception Conditions

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US Patent:
20210398357, Dec 23, 2021
Filed:
Jun 28, 2021
Appl. No.:
17/360969
Inventors:
- Plantation FL, US
Christopher M. Harrises - Nashua NH, US
Mark Baerenrodt - Millbrae CA, US
Stephen Vincent Mangiat - San Francisco CA, US
Nastasja U. Robaina - Coconut Grove FL, US
Adam Carl Wright - Fort Lauderdale FL, US
International Classification:
G06T 19/00
G02B 27/01
Abstract:
In some embodiments, a display system comprising a head-mountable, augmented reality display is configured to perform a neurological analysis and to provide a perception aid based on an environmental trigger associated with the neurological condition. Performing the neurological analysis may include determining a reaction to a stimulus by receiving data from the one or more inwardly-directed sensors; and identifying a neurological condition associated with the reaction. In some embodiments, the perception aid may include a reminder, an alert, or virtual content that changes a property, e.g. a color, of a real object. The augmented reality display may be configured to display virtual content by outputting light with variable wavefront divergence, and to provide an accommodation-vergence mismatch of less than 0.5 diopters, including less than 0.25 diopters.

Surgical Drape With Canopy

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US Patent:
20210378775, Dec 9, 2021
Filed:
Jun 16, 2021
Appl. No.:
17/304232
Inventors:
- Redwood City CA, US
Surag MANTRI - East Palo Alto CA, US
Matt SPRINKEL - Redwood City CA, US
James BADIA - Redwood City CA, US
Nishey WANCHOO - San Mateo CA, US
Mark BAERENRODT - Millbrae CA, US
Kevin STAID - Lowell MA, US
Assignee:
PROCEPT BioRobotics Corporation - Redwood City CA
International Classification:
A61B 46/00
A61B 46/10
A61B 46/20
Abstract:
A surgical drape is configured for covering a patient and an ultrasonography probe during surgical treatment of the patient. The surgical drape may comprise a first portion that comprises a canopy portion. The canopy portion can be sized and shaped to at least partially cover a mechanical arm coupled to the ultrasonography probe and a proximal portion of the ultrasonography probe, and the canopy portion can be configured to move with the proximal portion of the ultrasonography probe when the ultrasonography probe is supported by the mechanical arm. A second portion can be coupled to the first portion, in which the second portion is sized and shaped to cover at least a portion of a torso of the patient.

Systems And Methods For Manipulating Light From Ambient Light Sources

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US Patent:
20210373343, Dec 2, 2021
Filed:
Jun 14, 2021
Appl. No.:
17/347201
Inventors:
- Plantation FL, US
Nastasja U. Robaina - Coconut Grove FL, US
Nicole Elizabeth Samec - Ft. Lauderdale FL, US
Christopher M. Harrises - Nashua NH, US
Mark Baerenrodt - Millbrae CA, US
International Classification:
G02B 27/01
G02B 3/14
G02B 27/00
G02F 1/00
G02F 1/01
G02F 1/29
G06F 3/01
Abstract:
An optical device includes variable optical material that alters at least one of: incident ambient light, spectral content of incident ambient light or direction of incident ambient light through the optical device in response to a stimulus provided by the device. The device can sense intensity and/or spectral characteristics of ambient light and provide appropriate stimulus to various portions of the optical device to activate the variable optical material and alter at least one of: incident ambient light, spectral content of incident ambient light or direction of incident ambient light.
Mark E Baerenrodt from Redwood City, CA, age ~62 Get Report