Brand Owner Address Description
BATTLE LIFE ONLINE Gechter, Matthias Friedrich-B├╝rklein-Str.6 Burk 91596 Germany virtual reality game services and the provision of online video games provided online from a computer network; Providing temporary use of non-downloadable game software;The mark consists of the words BATTLE LIFE in black above a blue shield, with an inner outlined in white and outer outline in black, within which the silhouette of a city is depicted in white colour. On top of the blue shield a rifle and pickaxe are depicted in black colour. Thereunder is the word ONLINE in black.;Computers; Computer programs, downloadable, for playing video games; downloadable or recorded computer software for playing video games; Downloadable computer game programs and software; Downloadable video game programs; downloadable video game programs; Computer peripheral devices; downloadable computer games software; Computer programs, recorded for playing video games; downloadable computer programs for smartphones for playing video games;Video output game machines for use with televisions; Video game apparatus, namely, computer game consoles for use with an external display screen or monitor, interactive hand held remote controls for playing electronic games; Video game consoles; Gamepads for video game machines, namely, computer game computer game joysticks, game controllers in the nature of keyboards for computer games, video game interactive control floor pads or mats;The color(s) blue, black and white is/are claimed as a feature of the mark.;ONLINE;

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Technical Examples
  1. A user interface for augmented reality (AR) systems and virtual reality (VR) systems which include a computer and virtual graphics and in which a user experiences a virtual viewing direction, includes: a virtual line pointer included in the virtual graphics and fixed with respect to the virtual viewing direction; a representation of the virtual line pointer to the user; and a user-operable device coupled to the computer for optionally marking an object intersecting the virtual line pointer.