Touch module for multi-touch
The present invention relates to a touch module for multi-touch, the touch module for multi-touch, according to the present invention, being a touch module touched on a capacitive touchscreen, the touch module comprising: a plurality of touch units which include material inducing change in capacitance of the capacitive touchscreen, and which are disposed on the basis of geometric relations in the design which are projected on the capacitive touchscreen on the basis of pre-designed unique geometric relations; and a contact area which comes into contact with the capacitive touchscreen at the time when the touch module is touched on the capacitive touchscreen. A designated number of touch units which correspond to the geometric relations in the design are disposed and fixed in an inner area which is provided in the opposite direction of the contact area, or a touch film is provided which comes into contact, through the inner area, with the designated number of touch units which correspond to the geometric relations in the design.
Publication number: WO2015186939A1 | Search similar patents
User interface and method for controlling a volume by means of a touch-sensitive display unit
The invention relates to a user interface and to a method for controlling a volume by means of a display unit. The method comprises the following steps: - displaying a plurality (4) of buttons on a display unit, - recognizing a swipe gesture (P) in front of and/or on one of the buttons, and in response thereto - controlling the volume according to the swipe gesture (P).
Publication number: WO2015106830A1 | Search similar patents
An example electronic device is provided in accordance with an aspect of the present disclosure. The electronic device includes a screen, at least one electronic component to detect at least one finger contacting the screen, and at least one processor having a control unit. The control unit is to process data from the at least one electronic component indicating that a first finger is contacting the screen, identify a first finger image associated with the first finger, and correlate the contact of the first finger and the identified first finger image to a first action of a pointing input device to perform a first operation on the electronic device.
Publication number: WO2015079450A2 | Search similar patents
User interface and method for operating a system
The simple gesture control of the user interface can be used by visually impaired or blind people in order to enter telephone numbers or account numbers for example. The user interface and the method constitute a shift from the current paradigm of guiding a user on touchscreens, which has precisely the advantage of the hand-eye coordination allowed by the touchscreen, wherein a user touches the exact location on the touchscreen where a corresponding selection surface is visualized. Instead, a swiping gesture is supported which can be carried out in any region on the touch-sensitive surface and shifts the focus from one selection surface or virtual button to the next. The swiping gesture can be carried out not just in the horizontal and vertical direction but also in a diagonal direction. Diagonal swiping gestures allow a particularly quick selection of the corresponding virtual buttons. Because multiple swiping gestures can be carried out one after the other, the selection of the virtual button can be modified as often as desired. This has the advantage that a user can first explore the user interface before actually entering a character or activating a function. Each selected virtual button is read to the user by means of a screenreader functionality. The method can be implemented on conventional existing hardware, and the user interface is designed in accordance with reliable and user-centered policies.
Publication number: WO2016087156A1 | Search similar patents
Scrolling electronic documents with a smartphone
The invention comprises novel input means for portable devices such as smartphones, PDAs, tablets, and the like. One or more sensors of the device are adapted to allow movements of the device itself to represent user actions to some degree of precision. These actions may comprise inter alia translating, rotating, accelerating (linearly or rotationally), shaking, flipping, sliding, various gestures, or the like. Other movements are further possible as will be clear to one skilled in the art. These movements may be used to control such actions as scrolling, paging, zooming, scaling, rotating, translating, opening, closing, and other operations of use in a GUI or other environment, for purposes of manipulating digital objects.
Publication number: WO2014178039A1 | Search similar patents
Display device, display program, and display method
A touch-panel device (display device) acquires a first sensor video (31), a second sensor video (32), and a third sensor video (33). The touch-panel device displays the acquired videos, respectively, in regions into which a display screen is partitioned. The touch-panel device detects a prescribed touch gesture and also detects the input position thereof. The touch-panel device identifies which video said input position is displaying. The touch-panel device performs a process (scrolling or zooming into or out of the displayed image) corresponding to the identified touch gesture and changes the direction or movable range of said process in accordance with the identified sensor video.
Publication number: WO2013051047A1 | Search similar patents
System and method of interactively controlling a virtual camera
A multiple-view virtual camera system comprising one or more image source units, an image processing unit, a parameter setting unit in signal communication with the image processing unit, and a display in signal communication with the image processing unit. The display is configured to display images generated by the image processing unit to a user of the virtual camera system, where the displayed images are configured according to image-related parameters input by a user of the multiple-view camera system through the parameter setting unit. The parameter setting unit may include a user interface, such as a single-touch or multi-touch touchscreen display, configured to accept input from the user that adjusts the parameters that are transmitted to the image processing unit and utilized by the image processing unit. A method of interactively controlling the virtual camera system by a user of a motor vehicle is also disclosed.
Publication number: EP2661073A2 | Search similar patents
A user interface is configured to control a vehicle control system. The user interface comprises a first touch pad on a back side of a steering wheel of a vehicle. The user interface further comprises a second touch pad arranged on the back side of the steering wheel. The user interface further comprises a processor which is configured to detect a first gesture on the first touch pad and a second gesture on the second touch pad in a correlated manner. The processor is further configured to generate at least one control message for the vehicle control system based on a first gesture and based on a second gesture.
Publication number: US2015158388A1 | Search similar patents
Methods and apparatus recognition of start and/or stop portions of a gesture using an auxiliary sensor and for mapping of arbitrary human motion within an arbitrary space bounded by a user's range of motion
Described are apparatus and methods for reconstructing a gesture by aggregating various data from various sensors, including data for recognition of start and/or stop portions of the gesture using an auxiliary sensor, such as a capacitive touch sensor or a MEMS sensor. Also described are apparatus and methods for reconstructing a partial skeletal pose by aggregating various data from various sensors, In particular are described methods and apparatus for mapping of arbitrary human motion within an arbitrary space bounded by a user's range of motion. In particular embodiments, methods and apparatus are described for projecting arbitrary human motion in a 3-dimensional coordinate space into a 2-dimensional plane to enable interacting with 2-dimensional user interfaces,
Publication number: WO2015105919A2 | Search similar patents
Touch surface having capacitive and resistive sensors
In one general aspect, a display apparatus includes a display, a capacitive sensor disposed on a top surface of the display and a resistive sensor disposed on a bottom surface of the display. In another general aspect, a method for assembling a display apparatus includes laminating a capacitive sensor to a top surface of a display and laminating a resistive sensor to a bottom surface of the display.
Publication number: US2015185946A1 | Search similar patents
Method and terminal for multi-event input
Disclosed are a method and device for multi-event input. The method comprises: receiving a touch signal generated by a touchscreen in response to a touch action of a user finger; determining a direction of touch of the user finger with respect to the touchscreen on the basis of the touch signal; and, triggering different events on the basis of different directions of touch of the user finger. By such means, different event inputs are triggered on the basis of different directions touch when a finger touches a touchscreen, thus solving the problem that one touch action on the touchscreen by the user finger is responded by only one type of event.
Publication number: WO2016070465A1 | Search similar patents
Device for interacting with electronic device touchscreen (variants)
?The group of inventions relates to the field of devices for manually controlling an electronic device touchscreen, and can be applied to a user's interaction with gaming applications. Increasing the operational reliability and ease-of-use of a device is achieved, in a first and second variant, by means of a device which contains a capacitive element, contact elements, and control buttons, which are connected via conductors to the contact elements. The contact elements are secured onto at least one plate. According to a third variant, the device contains contact elements and control buttons, which are connected via conductors to the contact elements. Each control button is carried out in the form of a contact system comprised of an electrically-conductive moving part and of an electrically-conductive stationary part.
Publication number: WO2015199580A2 | Search similar patents
System for gaze interaction
A method and system for assisting a user when interacting with a graphical user interface combines gaze based input with gesture based user commands. A user of a computer system without a traditional touch-screen can interact with graphical user interfaces in a touch-screen like manner using a combination of gaze based input and gesture based user commands. A solution for touch-screen like interaction uses gaze input and gesture based input as a complement or an alternative to touch-screen interactions with a computer device having a touch-screen. Combined gaze and gesture based interaction with graphical user interfaces can be used to achieve a touchscreen like environment in computer systems without a traditional touchscreen or in computer systems having a touchscreen arranged ergonomically unfavourable for the user or a touchscreen arranged such that it is more comfortable for the user to use gesture and gaze for the interaction than the touchscreen.
Publication number: WO2013102551A1 | Search similar patents
Laminated film for touch screen enabling non-capacitive touch input, mobile device and protective case using same
The present invention relates to a laminated film for a touch screen enabling non-capacitive touch input, a mobile device and a protective case using the same. More specifically, the present invention relates to a laminated film which enables a user to input data on or to operate a touch screen using a non-conductive tip such as a finger in a glove or a common ball-point pen as well as using a capacitive touch input tool such as a part of the human body (in particular, fingers) or a stylus pen having an electrode tip for a contact-type capacitive overlay touch screen which is the mainstream for mobile devices such as mobile phones; and a protective case using the same. According to the present invention, the laminated film for a touch screen that enables non-capacitive touch inputs so as to enable a user to input or operate a touch screen that allows contact-type capacitive touch inputs using a non-conductive touch method, comprises: a base film exposed on the top surface; a first conductive thin film layer coupled to the bottom surface of the base film and arranged towards a contact-type capacitive touch screen; and a support, wherein each of the top and the bottom surface of the support is individually attached to the first conductive thin film layer and to the touch screen to separate the first conductive thin film layer and the touch screen and to block sensing of the first conductive thin film layer.
Publication number: WO2015119309A1 | Search similar patents