2. Input – Output Devices• Also known as Peripheral Devices.• These surround a computer’s CPU and memory.
3. Input Devices• An Input Device is an electromechanical device that accepts data from outside world and translates them into a form a computer can interpret.• It a hardware device that sends data to a computer.
6. • A keyboard is a human interface device which is represented as a layout of buttons.• Keyboards allow a computer user to input letters, numbers, and other symbols into a computer.• Keyboards are also used for computer gaming.
10. • A trackball is a pointing device consisting of a ball held by a socket.• The socket contains sensors to detect a rotation of the ball about two axes.• The user rolls the ball to direct the cursor to the desired place on the screen and can click one of two buttons near the trackball to select objects on the screen.
11. TOUCH SCREEN• A display device that allows a user to interact with a computer by touching areas on the screen.
12. • These are used in ATM, Tablets, Smartphones, and other devices.
13. LIGHT PEN
14. LIGHT PEN• A light pen is a pen-shaped input device.• A light pen utilizes a light sensitive detector, requiring you to hold a pen and point it at the screen.• The device contains a light sensor which, when pointed at a cathode ray tube screen, generates a signal each time the electron beam raster passes by the spot the pen is pointing at.
15. • Light enters the lens of a light pen, where it encounters a photoelectric cell, which converts the energy to a signal that is sent to the computer. The light is obtained from the refresh of the CRT, and at the instant the light is generated, the computer knows what location on the screen is being refreshed; this information is coordinated with the signal from the light pen, and is subsequently used by the graphics software to make a decision.
16. CONTROLBUTTON LENS
18. DIGITIZER• Also known as a digitizer or graphics tablet.• A digitizer tablet is an input device used to convert hand-drawn images into a format suitable for computer processing.• Images are usually drawn onto a flat surface with a stylus and then appear on a computer monitor or screen.
19. • The device consists of a flat surface upon which the user may "draw" or trace an image using an attached stylus.• The image is displayed on the computer monitor.• Used for technical drawing, CAD, graphics editing program, etc.
20. Imaging And Video Input Devices• Digital Camera• Webcam• Fingerprint Scanner• Image Scanner• Optical Recognition Devices -- OMR, OBR, OCR
21. SCANNER• A scanner is an input device used to capture information, such as, photographs and documents on paper and translate the information into a computer image.• It is a device that optically scans images, printed text, handwriting, or an object, and converts it to a digital image.• Most scanners have a flat scanning surface.
23. • OMR: OMR which stands for Optical Mark Recognition is the process of gathering data with an optical scanner by measuring the reflectively of light at predetermined positions on a surface. OCR: OCR stands for Optical Character Recognition. OCR is the recognition of printed or written text characters by a computer. It is the application software that allows a computer to recognize printed or written characters, e.g. letters, numbers, punctuation marks, and pictograms using an optical scanner for input. OCR is being used by libraries to digitize and preserve their holdings. OBR: It stands for Optical Bar Code Reader which is used for reading bar-coded data. It scans a set of vertical bars of different width for specific data and is used to read tags. Bar code reading is done by a light pen or scanner connected to a computer.
24. BAR CODE READER• Bar code readers are used very extensively in supermarkets. Look closely at a packet of biscuits. Do you see a set of narrow ad broad lines printed on the wrapper? This is a bar code. Bar codes contain all the information about an item, such as price and weight. When this bar code reader is shown over a bar code reader, the information about the item is automatically sent to the computer. Then