Keyboards Can only enter data at typing speed Graphics Tablet
Easier to draw with than a mouse
Difficult to type with this
Good for choosing from a menu
Add a slide for each of the following Input Devices For each one add one or more pictures For each say where and when they are used Barcode reader MICR OMR OCR Magnetic Stripe Joystick Concept keyboard Chip reader Tracker ball Scanner Touch Pad PIN Pad Light Pen Web cam
Barcode (Barcode Reader) Where ? – Super Market When ? – Scanning Product
MICR What ? – Magnetic Ink Character Recognition, or MICR, is a character recognition technology used primarily by the banking industry to facilitate the processing of cheques. Where ? – Bank When ? -
OMR What ? - Optical Mark Recognition(also called Optical Mark Readingand OMR). When ? – capturing human-marked data from document forms such as surveys and tests. Where ? – Office, School, University
OCR What ? - Optical character recognition Where ? - When ? - Regulate big volumes of legal papers. When people scan any document it's stored in form of an image, which can't be edited. Whilst OCR has made it possible to scan any printed document and relocate it into word-processing software, such as MS word where you can easily edit it as per your need.
Magnetic Stripe Where ? - Credit cards, at the back of account book. When ? -
Joystick Where ? – Home, Game Center, When ? – Play game, want to control the character or etc.
Concept keyboard Where ? – Restaurant When ?- order
Chip reader Where ? – Computer When ? – Reading chip
Tracker ball Where ? – use it instead of the mouse. When ? – want to move the curser.
Scanner Where ? – Office, School, Home, University When ? – when want to scan data, pictures in.
Touch Pad Where ? – On the mobile phone, computer, notebook – laptop, Zune pad, PDA. When ? – want to move the curser.
PIN Pad Where ? – Banks When ? – for the card can be accessed (in the case of chip cards)
Light Pen Where ? – conjunction with a computer's CRT TV set or monitor. When ? – It allows the user to point to displayed objects, or draw on the screen, in a similar way to a touch screen but with greater positional accuracy.
Web Cam Where ? – in the monitor, clipped on the edge of the monitor, on the table. When ? – want to share live movement video.