EVO MOUSE AND MAGIC CUBE
KHATAVKAR CHAITRALI JAYANT
Dept.: Electronics and Telecommunication
Outline Video Introduction History Concept Technology used Components Function & Working Advantages Conclusion
ConceptConcept evomouse\Turn any flat surface into a touch pad. Available for pre-order now! celluon.com.3gp
IntroductionIntroduction Offers multitouch control Looks like dog
HistoryHistory First mouse Roller Ball mouse Optical mouse Laser mouse Gyroscopic mouse
Evo mouseEvo mouse New evolution of computer mouse Dog shaped device, turns any surface
into Touch pad Tracking the finger and do anything
regular mouse can do Requires small space Works on flat surfaces Control the curser
Technology usedTechnology used 2 principle components used 3D electronic perception sensor chips
-enables electronic component to form 3D Image processing software
-Physical process used to convert image signal into image
Use the time of flight principle to detect the motion of object
ComponentsComponents IR Pulse Emitter::
-Rectangle at bottom 707 CMOS Sensor::
-On Head cute shape of LEDs
Set UpSet Up Easy and convenient & use Connected to PC by standard USB port
Use finger as pointer 2 infrared sensors allows mouse function
Operation performedOperation performed
Back,rotate,zoom operationBack,rotate,zoom operation
Perform operation using fingurePerform operation using fingure
Operation using penOperation using pen
AdvantagesAdvantages Less space required Connect via Bluetooth/ Wired via USB Works with PCs & Laptops with all
MAGIC CUBEMAGIC CUBE
evomouse\Celluon Magic Cube (Projection Keyboard).mp4
IntroductionIntroduction This is the device that emits infrared
light to detect fingers as they keyboard
Quarty keyboard-It is based on microprocessor &
Virtual KeyboardVirtual Keyboard Smaller in size & faster Uses sensor technology User work on surface Device detect movement of fingures Input data by typing on image
Technology usedTechnology used System having 3 modules
2.IR light source
Tech…Tech… Sensor module
-operates by locating user’s finguers in 3D space & tracking intended keystrokes.
-emits infrared light
-helps to recognize hand movements & pressing of keys
Tech….Tech…. Pattern projector
-image projected on flat surface
-projected image of QWERTY keyboard
WorkingWorking emits infrared light from the lower end to
detect objects such as fingers. object passes through the area
illuminated by the infrared light source, any infrared light reflecting off the object is detected by the sensor.
To perform operation movement of fingure neccessry.
Conti…..Conti….. No problem of detecting fingure while
infrared reflected wave in appropriate amount
amount of reflected infrared light is too high, the keystroke become too sensitive or a “hovering” effect may occur.
Hovering: keystroke is recognized before your finger touches the projection surface.
Adjusting sensitivityAdjusting sensitivity Magic Cube features sensitivity
adjustment for better accuracy To increase sensitivity, press and hold
FN key and tap .> key To lower sensitivity, press and hold FN
key and tap < key
Condition to avoidCondition to avoid 1. Avoid direct sunlight. 2. Avoid low color temperature light
source, such as tungsten, halogen, or incandescent lamp.
3. Avoid uneven or irregular surfaces. Place the product on flat surfaces.
4. Avoid a table or surface that is as transparent or reflective as glass or mirror.
Conti…Conti… 5. Avoid placing any objects within the
space between the main unit and the laser projected keyboard layout.
AdvantagesAdvantages Portability Speed of text accuracy Large typing space Flexibility Alternative keyboard layouts