Dr Paul Dakers

Patent Assistant

  • PhD Theoretical Physics — Loughborough University

Paul entered the profession in late 2014 and is currently working towards becoming qualified as a Chartered Patent Attorney and European Patent Attorney. He has been involved in drafting, prosecution and opposition of patent applications across a wide range of technical fields. These include mechanical and electrical tools, green technology, optics, and cryptocurrency and blockchain technology.

Before he joined UDL, Paul worked in research and development for an oilfield service company, designing and testing borehole logging tools, particularly those using electromagnetic induction. During that time, Paul completed his PhD in theoretical physics at Loughborough University on the topic of graphene superlattices for terahertz applications.

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Virtual reality – what is the screen door effect and how do we eliminate it?

How are innovators addressing the screen-door effect in virtual reality headsets?

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Haptics: adding a third sense to virtual reality

Innovation in VR tech may soon enable users to feel objects they touch in the virtual environment.

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VR 2020 — can Sony's PlayStation catch PC in the virtual reality game?

We explore the exciting console VR developments we could see in 2020.

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