Actuate your screen

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Personal project around IHM.
It has been presented in june 2013 in Renesas Design France.
Project is more or less in standby

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Actuate your screen

  1. 1. New project presentation http://vincent.recipon.fr/electronique/projet-actuate-your-screen Vincent RECIPON. 2013-06
  2. 2. So much buttons, leds, bargraphs and displays … Vincent RECIPON. 2013-06
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  4. 4. How to improve ? Vincent RECIPON. 2013-06
  5. 5. How to simplify ? http://jet-airlinezz.blogspot.com.es/2011/05/airbus-a340-cockpit.html Vincent RECIPON. 2013-06
  6. 6. How to increase screen size, keeping price and overall size under control ? http://cdn.teledynelecroy.com/files/whitepapers/ws_big_display-small_footprint_vs._agilent_6000a.pdf Vincent RECIPON. 2013-06
  7. 7. How to reduce price ? http://www.thomann.de/gb/avid_venue_sc48_remote.htm Vincent RECIPON. 2013-06
  8. 8. How to benefit from latest high volume and low cost, but high performance technology ? Vincent RECIPON. 2013-06
  9. 9. Can we still find innovative solution for User Interface ? Vincent RECIPON. 2013-06
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  11. 11. Standard Interface Vincent RECIPON. 2013-06
  12. 12. Put the buttons on the screen ! Vincent RECIPON. 2013-06
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  14. 14.       Integration of Actuators on top of the screen Actuators sticked on screen No more display, leds, backlight for buttons Real mechanical feedback with user, by far the best ergonomic experiment Visual infos and actuators near each other Simple technical concept means reduced cost Vincent RECIPON. 2013-06
  15. 15.  Best class user experiment :       Physical feedback Reactivity Low latency reliability Actuators sticked on the screen No wires  No power required  No wired data exchange  Low price / low reliability or High price/ High reliability Vincent RECIPON. 2013-06
  16. 16.   Reuse of standard technology Different solutions possible to match low or high reliability :       Tactile interaction with screen Wireless technology image analysis technology Sensors … All those solutions are already existing on standard products, only specific Actuators are missing Vincent RECIPON. 2013-06
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  18. 18. 1. Patenting is key point :  Verify no patent is blocking  Verify some key patents can exist 2. 3. 4. 5. Technical solutions analysis Cost analysis of solution First basic prototypes New slides targeting specific domains (difficult to project such kind of new User Interface for people) Vincent RECIPON. 2013-06
  19. 19. 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7. Funding Full patenting Developments and 1st protos Make the buzz on Internet Second turn of funding Industrialization Licensing for high volume customers Vincent RECIPON. 2013-06
  20. 20.     Marketing Patenting Visual design Technical :  Mechanics  Electronic (Display, Connectivity / Sensors, …)  Software  Other for specific demonstrators  Budget Vincent RECIPON. 2013-06
  21. 21.   Already key patents active Although concept is completely new, people may have difficulties to understand what is the innovation  Need of « Whaou » effect reading presentations  Need a real demonstrator quickly  Need Internet Buzz  Ergonomy at the best : smallest detail being mechanical, electronical, software is important Vincent RECIPON. 2013-06
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