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Evo mouse seminar

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  • 1. CELLUON EVO MOUSE PRESENTATION BY: RATNA TEJASWINI GADE 09RP1A0526
  • 2. AGENDA INTRODUCTION TO EVO MOUSE HISTORY OF MOUSE WHAT IS EVO MOUSE TECHNOLOGIES USED HOW IT WORKS PRINCIPLES AND COMPONENTS FUNCTIONS COMPATIBILITY
  • 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. 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. 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. 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. 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. 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. 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. 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. 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. TECHNOLOGY USEDThe technology is basically made up of two principle components:(a) 3D Electronic Perception Sensor Chips(b) Image Processing Software
  • 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. 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. 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. PRINCIPLEThe basic principle of Evo Mouse: Celluon use the "time of flight" principle to detect the motion of object.
  • 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. 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. PAINT AND DRAW
  • 20. DIGITAL HANDWRITING
  • 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. 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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