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Evo mouse seminar

  1. 1. CELLUON EVO MOUSE PRESENTATION BY: RATNA TEJASWINI GADE 09RP1A0526
  2. 2. AGENDA INTRODUCTION TO EVO MOUSE HISTORY OF MOUSE WHAT IS EVO MOUSE TECHNOLOGIES USED HOW IT WORKS PRINCIPLES AND COMPONENTS FUNCTIONS COMPATIBILITY
  3. 3. INTRODUCTION Evo Mouse offers multi touch control , looks like a cute dog. Introducing the evo mouse, the latest and portability most cutting versionof the mouse today When the “3D Electronic Perception Technology” added this product toits technology lineup, the company has yet to divulge when the evo Mouse willbe out on the market.
  4. 4. HISTORY OF MOUSE In the 1960s, a relatively unknown inventor “Douglas Englebart”, wanted to createa way for people to interact with a computer screen.
  5. 5. FIRST MOUSE In the year 1963, the First mouse prototype was invented by DouglasEngelbart at the Stan Ford Research Institute. The first mouse model had a cord attached to the rear part of the device,which was looking like a tail and it was resembling the common mouse. The first mouse was a bulky device ,with two wheels perpendicular toeach other, the rotation of each wheel is translated into motion along one axis.
  6. 6. ROLLER BALL MOUSE German company called "Telefunken" published the first early ball mousecalled "RollKugel" in the year 1968. The ball mouse has two freely rotating rollers. They are located at 90degrees each apart. One roller detects the forward backward motion and other roller detects theleft right motion of the mouse. Opposite of the two rollers is a third one which is placed at 45 degreesthat is spring loaded, in order to push the balls against the two rollers.
  7. 7. OPTICAL MOUSE An optical computer mouse battery powered, wireless optical mice flashthe LED intermittently to save power, and only glow steadily when movementis detected. Optical mice make use of one or more light emitting diodes and animaginary array of photo diodes to detect movement relative to the underlyingsurface. The earliest optical mice detected movement on preprinted mouse padsurfaces, whereas the modern optical mouse works on most opaque surfaces.
  8. 8. LASER MOUSEA laser mouse is a type of computer mousing device that uses a laserbeam rather than a ball to track the movement of the users hand.Laser mice are becoming increasingly common because they are perceived tohave better tracking ability.The lack of moving parts also makes them far less subject to damage.
  9. 9. GYROSCOPIC MOUSEThere are a number of computer pointing devices (in effect a mouse) on themarket that have gyroscopes in side them allowing you to control the mousecursor while the device is in the air! They are also wireless so are perfect for presentations when the speaker ismoving around the room.The gyroscope inside tracks the movements of your hand and translatesthem to cursor movements.
  10. 10. WHAT IS EVO MOUSE……? The Evo Mouse is the evolution of the computer mouse. Evo Mouse is a dog-shaped device that turns any surface into a touchpad. Tracking your fingers, it lets you do anything a regular mouse can do.
  11. 11. CONTD….. The Evo Mouse works on nearly any flat surface and requires very little space. It tracks effortlessly to your comfortable and natural movements. With the Evo Mouse, you can perform common mouse operations using only your fingers. You can control the cursor, click and select, double-click, right-click and drag with basic hand gestures.
  12. 12. TECHNOLOGY USEDThe technology is basically made up of two principle components:(a) 3D Electronic Perception Sensor Chips(b) Image Processing Software
  13. 13. 3D ELECTRONIC PERCEPTION TECHNOLOGYIt is a low-cost, single-chip imagining technology that enableselectronic components to form a 3D map of their surroundingsand see what their users are doing.
  14. 14. IMAGE PROCESSINGImage processing is a physical process used to convert animage signal into a physical image.The image signal can be either digital or analog.
  15. 15. HOW IT WORKS…?It’s a mouse that allows you touse your finger as a pointer inplace of a physical mouse. It sits right at the position whereyou would usually place a mouse,and through its two infrared sensorsthat look like eyes, it allows the usualmouse functions.
  16. 16. PRINCIPLEThe basic principle of Evo Mouse: Celluon use the "time of flight" principle to detect the motion of object.
  17. 17. COMPONENTS OF EVO MOUSE IR pulse emitter - you can see the rectangle at the bottom. TOF CMOS sensor - on the head of the cute shape between the two LEDs. (LEDs here are indicators of system in operation, not for TOF function).
  18. 18. FUNCTIONS The Evo Mouse offers multi touch capabilities, letting you rotate and zoom on images and scroll text using gestures. The device can even recognize your handwriting if you use either your finger or pen.
  19. 19. PAINT AND DRAW
  20. 20. DIGITAL HANDWRITING
  21. 21. MORE INTERESTING…… What’s even more interesting is that the Evo Mouse can be connected wirelessly via Bluetooth or can be wired via USB. If you choose to use it wirelessly, you can have it running for two hours once charged.
  22. 22. COMPATIBILITYIn terms of compatibility, it works with PCs and laptopswith Windows XP, Vista or Windows 7 as operatingsystems. Moreover, it works with your Windows Mobile,Blackberry devices.

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