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DESCRIPTION JP2009033416
To provide audio and video at an optimum position for a user. A beam (111) is fixed to a frame
(24). The beam 111 is connected to the beam 112 via an axis of rotation 113. Wheels 23A and
23B are fixed to the beam 112, and are movable along the rails provided on the ceiling by the
wheels 23A and 23B. A speaker, a display and the like are attached to the frame 24. When the
speaker is mounted, by rotating the frame 24 around the rotation axis 113, it is possible to direct
the front of the speaker to a position where the user is present. The present invention is
applicable to, for example, a screen speaker apparatus. [Selected figure] Figure 4
Screen, control method, program, and recording medium
[0001]
The present invention relates to a screen, a control method, a program, and a recording medium,
and in particular, a screen and a display which can be moved so that the user's location becomes
an optimum position when providing video and audio. , Control method, program, and recording
medium.
[0002]
FIG. 1 is a diagram showing the configuration of a conventional screen speaker apparatus 11
(see, for example, Patent Document 1).
The screen speaker device 11 plays a role as a screen as well as the function of the speaker. The
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screen speaker device 11 is configured to be supported by the wheels 23A and 23B being fitted
in a guide 22 provided on the ceiling 21.
[0003]
The screen speaker device 11 is configured to include wheels 23A and 23B, a frame 24, plates
25A-1 to 25B-3, vibrators 31-1 to 31-3, and vibrators 41A to 43C.
[0004]
The wheel 23A and the wheel 23B are each fixed to the frame 24.
The frame 24 has a mechanism for fixing the vibrating members 31-1 to 31-3 in the direction
(vertical direction) to which the load is applied, and a mechanism for fixing the vibrating
members 31-1 to 31-3 in the front and rear direction in the figure. It has plates 25A-1 to 25B-3.
The vibrating members 31-1 to 31-3 are detachably fixed by their supports. The vibrating
members 31-1 to 31-3 are configured to be fixed in the vertical direction as well as in the frontrear direction by the frame 24 and the plates 25A-1 to 25B-3.
[0005]
Each of the vibration members 31-1 to 31-3 is formed in a plate shape from a material such as
gypsum board, wood such as MDF (medium density fiberboard), aluminum plate, resin such as
carbon or acrylic, or glass, for example. Ru. Further, each of the vibration members 31-1 to 31-3
may be formed of a composite material in which different materials are combined (laminated).
[0006]
In addition, a plurality of vibrators (three vibrators in FIG. 1) are attached to the vibrating
members of the vibrating members 31-1 to 31-3 in a horizontal row in the figure, and the
vibrating members 31-1 are provided. The vibrators 41A to 41C, the vibrators 31-2 have
vibrators 42A to 42C, and the vibrators 31-3 have vibrators 43A to 43C attached in a row in the
drawing.
[0007]
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Then, for example, each of the transducers 41A to 43C driven by a sound source (not shown)
such as an amplifier, respectively, corresponds to each of the vibrating members 31-1 to 31-3
according to the audio signal input from the sound source. By vibrating the vibration members
31-1 to 31-3, each of the vibration members 31-1 to 31-3 outputs a sound.
That is, the screen speaker device 11 plays a role as a speaker that converts an audio signal into
an audio.
[0008]
In addition, each of the transducers 41A to 43C is detachably disposed at a predetermined
position in accordance with the vibration characteristic of each of the vibrating members 31-1 to
31-3. JP 2007-67538 A
[0009]
The screen speaker apparatus 11 shown in FIG. 1 is movably installed along the guide 22.
Therefore, it has been made possible for the user to move the screen speaker device 11 to a
desired position and enjoy the sound output from the screen speaker device 11.
[0010]
However, since the movable position of the screen speaker device 11 shown in FIG. 1 is limited to
the place where the guide 22 is installed, for example, the relative angle between the user and
the screen speaker device 11 necessarily has an optimal volume. Could not be installed in the
[0011]
For example, consider the case where the user and the screen speaker apparatus 11 have a
positional relationship as shown in FIG.
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The user 61 is located at a position having an angle θ with the front of the screen speaker
device 11. Sound waves are emitted from the front of the screen speaker device 11. The direction
of sound waves and the direction of sound waves are the same. Therefore, in the case shown in
FIG. 2, the user 61 is positioned at a position shifted by the angle θ with respect to the sound
traveling direction, which causes an acoustic transmission loss.
[0012]
Therefore, in such a case, the relative angle between the user 61 and the screen speaker device
11 is not necessarily such a positional relationship as to obtain an optimal sound volume, and the
screen speaker device 11 moves from the position shown in FIG. If the user 61 can not move to
the front of the screen speaker device 11, the user 61 is improved to an optimal positional
relationship.
[0013]
Not only the sound output from the screen speaker device 11 but also the image, light and the
like have not necessarily reached the user's location properly.
For example, when it is desired to view a video from a television receiver at an appropriate
position, the position of the television receiver is changed or the user himself moves.
[0014]
The present invention has been made in view of such a situation, and is intended to be able to
provide audio, video and the like at an optimal position.
[0015]
The screen according to one aspect of the present invention comprises rotating means for
rotating a frame of a predetermined shape, and controls the frame to point in a predetermined
direction.
[0016]
The rotation means may be provided for each of a plurality of frames, and may control rotation
for each frame.
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[0017]
The vibrating member may be attached to the frame.
[0018]
The rotating means may control rotation such that the vibrating member is directed to the
position of the user.
[0019]
A vibrating member may be mounted on each of the frames, and each of the rotating means may
control rotation such that the vibrating member is directed to the user's position.
[0020]
The rotation means may analyze the sound collected by a sensor for collecting the sound from
the vibrating material, and control the rotation so that the strength of the sound becomes an
appropriate strength.
[0021]
A display may be attached to the frame.
[0022]
The rotating means may control rotation such that the display is directed to the position of the
user.
[0023]
A display may be mounted on each of the frames, and each of the rotating means may control
rotation such that the display is directed to the position of the user.
[0024]
A mirror may be attached to the frame.
[0025]
The rotation means may control rotation such that the mirror is directed to a predetermined
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object position.
[0026]
A mirror may be mounted on each of the frames, and each of the rotating means may control
rotation such that the mirror is directed to a predetermined object position.
[0027]
The rotation means may measure the intensity of light being irradiated to the object, and control
the rotation so that the measurement result falls within a predetermined range.
[0028]
Each of the plurality of frames may be attached with one having a different function.
[0029]
The apparatus may further comprise moving means for moving the frame.
[0030]
In the screen according to one aspect of the present invention, a frame having a predetermined
shape is provided, and a device that outputs sound, a device that outputs an image, a mirror, and
the like are attached to the frame.
Also, the frame is rotated, for example, in the direction in which the user is present, with the
device attached.
[0031]
A control method according to one aspect of the present invention is a control method of a
control means for controlling a screen rotation means having a frame of a predetermined shape,
wherein the frame is directed to the sensor based on data input from an external sensor Control
to turn to
[0032]
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The rotation means provided for each of the plurality of frames can be controlled respectively.
[0033]
The vibrating member may be attached to the frame, and the vibrating member may be
controlled to be directed to the position of the user.
[0034]
The sound collected by the sensor for collecting the sound from the vibrating material may be
analyzed, and the intensity of the sound may be controlled to be an appropriate intensity.
[0035]
A display may be attached to the frame, and the display may be controlled to be directed to the
position of the user.
[0036]
A mirror may be attached to the frame, and the mirror may be controlled to be directed to a
predetermined object position.
[0037]
The intensity of light emitted to the object may be measured, and the measurement result may be
controlled to fall within a predetermined range.
[0038]
The program according to one aspect of the present invention controls control means for
controlling the rotation means of a screen having a frame of a predetermined shape, and based
on data input from an external sensor, the frame points in the direction of the sensor The
computer executes processing including control steps.
[0039]
A recording medium according to one aspect of the present invention records the program.
[0040]
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In the control method, program, and recording medium of one aspect of the present invention,
the rotation means attached to the frame of a predetermined shape is controlled to be directed in
a predetermined direction.
The control is performed based on the information obtained from the sensor.
[0041]
According to one aspect of the present invention, it is possible to provide audio and video at an
optimal position.
[0042]
An embodiment of the present invention will be described below. The correspondence between
the constituent requirements of the present invention and the embodiment described in the
specification or the drawings is as follows.
This description is to confirm that the embodiments supporting the present invention are
described in the specification or the drawings.
Therefore, although described in the specification or the drawings, even if there is an
embodiment corresponding to the constituent requirements of the present invention, even if
there is an embodiment which is not described here, that embodiment will be described. Does not
mean that it does not correspond to the configuration requirements.
Conversely, even if the embodiments are described herein as corresponding to configuration
requirements, that means that the embodiments do not correspond to configuration
requirements other than the configuration requirements. It is not something to do.
[0043]
The screen according to one aspect of the present invention (for example, the screen speaker
device 101 of FIG. 3) comprises rotating means (for example, the rotation shaft 113 of FIG. 4) for
rotating a frame of a predetermined shape (for example, frame 24 of FIG. 4). And controlling the
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frame to be directed in a predetermined direction.
[0044]
The rotation means may be provided for each of a plurality of frames so as to control the rotation
for each frame (for example, the frames 24 and 24 'shown in FIG. 16).
[0045]
The vibrating member (for example, the vibrating members 31-1 to 31-3 in FIG. 3) may be
attached to the frame.
[0046]
The rotation means may control the rotation so that the vibrating member faces the position of
the user (for example, a process described with reference to the flowchart of FIG. 8).
[0047]
A vibrating material may be mounted on each of the frames, and each of the rotating means may
control rotation such that the vibrating material is directed to the user's position (see, for
example, the flowchart of FIG. 20). Process to explain).
[0048]
The rotation means analyzes the sound collected by the sensor (for example, the sensor 403 in
FIG. 18) for collecting the sound from the vibrating material, and controls the rotation so that the
intensity of the sound becomes an appropriate intensity. (For example, the process described
with reference to the flowchart of FIG. 20).
[0049]
A display (for example, the display 231-1 in FIG. 10) can be attached to the frame.
[0050]
The rotation means may control the rotation so that the display faces the position of the user (for
example, the process described with reference to the flowchart of FIG. 8).
[0051]
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A display may be mounted on each of the frames, and each of the rotating means may control
rotation such that the display is directed to the position of the user (e.g., described with reference
to the flowchart of FIG. 20) Processing).
[0052]
A mirror (eg, mirror 251 in FIG. 12) may be attached to the frame.
[0053]
The rotation means may control the rotation so that the mirror faces a predetermined object
position (for example, the process described with reference to the flowchart of FIG. 15).
[0054]
A mirror may be mounted on each of the frames, and each of the rotating means may control
rotation such that the mirror is directed to a predetermined object position (e.g. Process to refer
and explain).
[0055]
The rotation means may measure the intensity of light emitted to the object, and control the
rotation so that the measurement result falls within a predetermined range (for example, the
flowchart of FIG. 15). Process to refer and explain).
[0056]
Ones having different functions can be attached to each of the plurality of frames (for example,
the vibrator 31, the display 231, and the mirror 251 shown in FIG. 11).
[0057]
The frame may be further provided with moving means (for example, wheels 23A and 23B in FIG.
3) for moving the frame.
[0058]
Hereinafter, embodiments of the present invention will be described with reference to the
drawings.
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[0059]
FIG. 3 is a diagram showing the configuration of the screen speaker device 11 according to an
embodiment of the present invention.
The screen speaker device 101 is an example of the audio output device of the present invention,
which plays a role as a screen as well as the function of the speaker.
[0060]
The screen speaker device 101 is configured to be supported by the wheels 23A and the wheels
23B being fitted in a guide 22 provided on the ceiling 21.
[0061]
The screen speaker device 101 is configured to include wheels 23A and 23B, a frame 24, plates
25A-1 to 25B-3, vibrating members 31-1 to 31-3, and vibrators 41A to 43C.
[0062]
The wheel 23A and the wheel 23B are fixed to the beam 112, respectively.
The beam 112 is connected to the beam 111 at the rotation axis 113.
Beam 111 is fixed to frame 24.
The frame 24 has a mechanism for fixing the vibrating members 31-1 to 31-3 in the direction
(vertical direction) to which the load is applied, and a mechanism for fixing the vibrating
members 31-1 to 31-3 in the front and rear direction in the figure. It has plates 25A-1 to 25B-3.
[0063]
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The vibrating members 31-1 to 31-3 are detachably fixed by their supports.
The vibrating members 31-1 to 31-3 are configured to be fixed by the frame 24 and the plates
25A-1 to 25B-3.
[0064]
Each of the vibration members 31-1 to 31-3 is formed in a plate shape from a material such as
gypsum board, wood such as MDF (medium density fiberboard), aluminum plate, resin such as
carbon or acrylic, or glass, for example. Ru.
Further, each of the vibration members 31-1 to 31-3 may be formed of a composite material in
which different materials are combined (laminated).
[0065]
In addition, a plurality of vibrators (three vibrators in FIG. 3) are attached to the vibrating
members of the vibrating members 31-1 to 31-3 in a horizontal row in the drawing, and the
vibrating members 31-1 are provided. The vibrators 41A to 41C, the vibrators 31-2 have
vibrators 42A to 42C, and the vibrators 31-3 have vibrators 43A to 43C attached in a row in the
drawing.
[0066]
Then, for example, each of the transducers 41A to 43C driven by a sound source (not shown)
such as an amplifier, respectively, corresponds to each of the vibrating members 31-1 to 31-3
according to the audio signal input from the sound source. By vibrating the vibration members
31-1 to 31-3, each of the vibration members 31-1 to 31-3 outputs a sound.
That is, the screen speaker apparatus 101 plays a role as a speaker that converts an audio signal
into an audio.
[0067]
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In addition, each of the transducers 41A to 43C is detachably disposed at a predetermined
position in accordance with the vibration characteristic of each of the vibrating members 31-1 to
31-3.
[0068]
In the example of FIG. 3, the screen speaker device 101 fixes three vibrating members 31-1 to
31-3, but in the present invention, the number of the vibrating members 31 is three. However,
the invention is not limited thereto, and one or more pieces can be detachably fixed.
That is, the user can set the screen speaker device 101 to a desired height by freely combining
the vibrating members 31 in the vertical direction.
[0069]
In the following description, when it is not necessary to distinguish the plates 25A-1 to 25B-3
individually, the plates 25A-1, 25A-2, and 25A-3 are individually referred to simply as the plate
25. If it is not necessary to distinguish them, they are simply referred to as plate 25A, and if plate
25B-1, plate 25B-2 and plate 25B-3 do not need to be distinguished individually, they are simply
referred to as plate 25B.
[0070]
In the following description, the left-right direction (left-right direction in FIG. 3) of the screen
speaker device 101 is taken as the x-axis direction, and the front-back direction (direction
passing through the paper in FIG. 3) is taken as the y-axis direction. (The vertical direction in FIG.
3) will be described as the z-axis direction.
[0071]
Since the screen speaker apparatus 101 shown in FIG. 3 is configured to include the rotating
shaft 113, the frame 24 can be rotated around the rotating shaft 113.
The screen speaker device 101 can move along the guide 22 and can further change the
orientation of the frame 24 by performing rotation around the rotation axis 113 at the
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movement destination.
That is, the screen speaker device 101 can perform a large movement along the guide 22, and
can finely adjust the angle by the rotation shaft 113.
[0072]
FIG. 4 is a view showing a frame structure of the screen speaker apparatus 101 shown in FIG.
The frame 24 is provided with an infinite number of holes for attaching the vibration member
31.
The vibrating member 31 is fixed to the frame 24 by the holes and fasteners such as bolts and
nuts, for example.
[0073]
Beams 111, 112, and 117 have tap holes 114, 115, and 118, respectively.
The tap holes 114 of the beam 111 and the tap holes 115 of the beam 112 are provided to
realize the locking mechanism 116.
The frame 24 is configured to be rotatable around the rotation axis 113. For example, when the
screen speaker device 101 is moved along the guide 22, it is difficult to move the frame 24 when
it is rotated. Not preferable from the viewpoint of safety.
A locking mechanism 116 is provided to prevent rotation during movement or the like.
[0074]
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The locking mechanism 116 shown in FIG. 4 is fixed by passing through the tap hole 114 and
the tap hole 115 and in a state of being penetrated, so that the relative position of the beam 111
and the beam 112 does not shift. It will be in the state.
When the lock mechanism 116 is configured to engage with the beam 111 and the beam 112 in
this manner, a plurality of tap holes 114 and tap holes 115 may not be provided as shown in FIG.
It suffices to provide only the number that can realize.
Further, the lock mechanism 116 is not limited to the shape shown in FIG. 4 and may be any
mechanism as long as the relative position of the beam 111 and the beam 112 does not deviate
from a predetermined position.
[0075]
The beam 117 is attached to the lower side of the frame 24.
Tap holes 118 provided in the beam 117 are provided for attaching a sensor or the like.
Here, the beam 117 is provided below the frame 24 and the description is continued assuming
that a sensor or the like is attached thereto, but the beam 117 may be provided other than the
lower side of the frame 24 or without the beam 117 The sensor may be attached to the beam
111 or the beam 112.
[0076]
Thus, the frame 24 of the screen loudspeaker apparatus 101 is configured to rotate with respect
to the beam 112 about the rotation axis 113.
Next, the rotating shaft 113 will be described.
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[0077]
As shown in FIG. 5, here, the rotating shaft 113 is an axis connecting the motor 151 and the
pulley 152.
A power source (not shown) is connected to the motor 151.
Although not illustrated in FIG. 5, the motor 151 is also connected to a control unit that controls
the rotational speed and the rotational direction of the motor 151.
The motor 151 is fixed to the beam 112 by the fixing jig 153.
The fixing jig 153 is also provided with a hole for fixing to the beam 112 with a bolt.
A bolt is passed through the hole of the fixing jig 153 and the tap hole 115 of the beam 112, and
the motor 151 is fixed to the beam 112 by being tightened with a nut.
[0078]
The pulley 152 is configured to be engaged with the concavities and convexities of the belt 161
having gear-like concavities and convexities as shown in FIG.
As the motor 151 is driven, the pulley 152 is rotated and the pulley 152 is rotated, whereby the
engaged belt 161 is moved.
Holes 162 are also provided at both ends of the belt 161 for securing to the beam 111 with
bolts.
Thus, as the belt 161 moves, the beam 111 also moves.
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In this case, it rotates about the rotation axis 113.
[0079]
Next, control of the rotation of the motor 151 will be described.
First, the case where the screen speaker apparatus 101 as shown in FIG. 3 is rotated to the
position desired by the user will be described as an example.
Here, the user's desired position is a position where the sound from the screen speaker device
101 can be transmitted to the user without sound transmission loss, and the position where the
user is positioned in front of the screen speaker device 101 It is.
[0080]
FIG. 7 is a block diagram relating to a control unit that controls the motor 151 to direct the
screen speaker device 101 to the front of the user.
The control unit shown in FIG. 7 is configured to include a remote controller data processing unit
201, a rotation control unit 202, a video data processing unit 203, and a background data
holding unit 204.
[0081]
The remote controller data processing unit 201 processes a signal from a remote controller (not
shown) that is operated when adjusting the volume and the like of the sound output from the
screen speaker device 101.
The rotation control unit 202 controls the rotation direction, the rotation speed, the rotation
angle, and the like of the motor 151.
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Under the control of the rotation control unit 202, when the motor 151 is driven, the frame 24
(the frame 24 to which the beam 111 is fixed) of the screen speaker device 101 is rotated.
[0082]
The video data processing unit 203 recognizes the position of the user by processing an input
signal from a camera (not shown), and issues a position ID indicating the position to the rotation
control unit 202.
The rotation control unit 202 controls the rotation angle and the like of the motor 151 based on
the position ID.
The camera for supplying the video data to the video data processing unit 203 is, for example,
attached to the beam 112 (FIG. 4) of the screen speaker apparatus 101 and configured to
photograph a room in which the screen speaker apparatus 101 is installed. .
[0083]
Note that what is captured by the camera may be a moving image or a still image.
In the case of a still image, it is preferable to be configured to be continuously photographed at a
predetermined interval, and to be able to recognize the position at which the user is present at
each predetermined interval.
[0084]
The background data holding unit 204 holds an image captured by a camera.
The background data holding unit 204 holds the background of the room as an image.
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Here, the background of the room is assumed to be an image of furniture other than the user,
such as furniture that can not move basically, such as a chair or a desk.
The video data processing unit 203 compares the video supplied from the camera with the
background held in the background data holding unit 204, and recognizes the position of the
user by searching for the difference.
[0085]
The process performed by the control unit illustrated in FIG. 7 will be described with reference to
the flowchart in FIG.
In step S11, the motorized rotation mechanism position, the video sensor, etc. are reset.
In step S11, the data (data such as the angle at the previous end) held in the rotation control unit
202 is reset, and the previous processing result of the video data processing unit 203 is reset.
[0086]
In step S12, a process of detecting a person's position is performed.
The detection of the person position is performed by the video data processing unit 203. The
video data processing unit 203 has, for example, a function of detecting a color of human skin
and a function of determining a parameter. It is assumed that an image captured by a camera is
an image as shown in FIG. 9 and image data of such an image is supplied to the video data
processing unit 203.
[0087]
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From the image as shown in FIG. 9, the area of the person's face is extracted as a skin color
extraction area by the function of detecting the color of the human skin. This skin color
extraction area is an image within the dotted square shown in FIG. 9 and is an area including the
user's face. A skin color area is further detected from such a skin color extraction area, and the
barycentric coordinates of the pixel group are regarded as the position where the user is. In the
extraction of the skin color, a pixel in which the value indicating the hue is a value within the
predetermined range is equal to or greater than the predetermined value is determined. The
parameter of the position regarded as the position where the user is located is determined by the
function of determining the parameter, and is output as a position parameter (position ID).
[0088]
In addition, the detail regarding the detection of such a user's skin color part is described in
Unexamined-Japanese-Patent No. 2007-74675 which the present applicant applied previously.
[0089]
When person position detection processing is executed in step S12, the processing result is used,
and it is determined in step S13 whether or not the person position has changed.
If it is determined that there is no change in the person position, the process returns to step S12,
and the subsequent processes are repeated. That is, whether or not the user has moved is
constantly monitored, and when it is determined that the user has moved, the process of
transitioning to step S14 is executed as processing based on the determination.
[0090]
In step S14, the position ID is issued to the rotation control unit 202. That is, when it is
determined that the user has moved, the position ID of the movement destination is issued to the
rotation control unit 202. The position ID is an ID that can specify the position in the room of the
user as described above.
[0091]
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In step S15, the motorized rotation mechanism is rotated. That is, the rotation control unit 202
compares the supplied position ID with the position ID so far, recognizes in which direction the
user has moved, and how much the user has moved, and controls the motor 151 based on the
recognition result. Do. By this control, the front of the screen speaker apparatus 101 is turned in
the direction in which the user is positioned.
[0092]
In step S16, it is determined whether the function is ended. For example, when an instruction
from a remote controller (not shown) or an interrupt signal is input, it is determined that the
function is ended, and the processing of the flowchart shown in FIG. 8 is ended.
[0093]
In this way, by providing the screen speaker device 101 with a function to rotate and controlling
the rotation to match the position of the user, it is possible to transmit voice to the user without
loss of sound transmission. It becomes.
[0094]
Such things are not limited to speech.
For example, the same can be said for video. That is, when the user is not positioned in front of
the display providing the video to the user, the video may not be provided to the user at the
optimal position, and the display surface may be blind. Therefore, it is preferable that the front of
the display be located in front of the user.
[0095]
The screen speaker device 101 has a function as a speaker, but may have a function of providing
an image instead of the function as a speaker. It is possible to attach a panel-shaped display
(monitor) such as a liquid crystal display, an organic EL display, or a PDP (Plasma Display Panel)
to the frame 24 shown in FIG.
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[0096]
FIG. 10 is a view showing an example when the display is attached to the frame 24. As shown in
FIG. In the example shown in FIG. 10, displays 231-1 to 231-4 are attached. In the example
shown in FIG. 10, one display 231-1 is driven, and three displays 231-2 to 231-4 are interlocked
and driven. Thus, the displays 231-1 to 231-4 can be attached to the frame 24 instead of the
vibrating member 31.
[0097]
In the screen speaker device 101 shown in FIG. 3, an example is shown in which three vibrating
members 31-1 to 31-3 are attached, but it also corresponds to the screen speaker device 101
shown in FIG. 3. Although the configuration of the frame 24 is shown in FIG. 4, it is possible to
attach four or more vibrating members 31 by changing the configuration of the frame 24. And as
shown in FIG. 10, it is also possible to mount four displays 231-1 to 231-4.
[0098]
Thus, also when the display 231 is attached to the frame 24, as in the above embodiment, for
example, the control unit having the configuration shown in FIG. 7 is provided, and the
processing of the flowchart shown in FIG. By doing this, it is possible to turn the front of the
display 231 in the direction in which the user is located. Thus, it is possible to prevent the
display surface from becoming a blind spot and to orient it in the optimum direction for the user.
[0099]
For example, as will be described later with reference to FIG. 16, according to the present
invention, it is possible to provide a plurality of rotation axes 113 on the frame 24. In the case of
the example shown in FIG. 10, if the rotary shaft 113 is provided for each of the displays 231-1
to 231-4 (the rotary shaft 113 is provided for each frame to which the displays 231-1 to 231-4
are respectively attached And the displays 231-1 to 231-4 can be directed in different directions.
As described above, when the plurality of rotation axes 113 are provided, for example, it is
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possible for a plurality of users to enjoy the image from the display at an optimum angle for each
of the plurality of users.
[0100]
The example shown in FIG. 10 shows an example in which four displays 231-1 to 231-4 are
attached to the frame 24, and in the example shown in FIG. 3, three vibration members 31-1 to
31- Although the example in which 3 is attached to the frame 24 is shown, only the one having
the same function such as the display 231 and the vibrating member 31 does not necessarily
limit the attachment to the frame 24.
[0101]
That is, the frame 24 can be mounted with different ones having different functions.
For example, as shown in FIG. 11, the vibrating member 31 may be attached to the upper stage
of the frame 24, the display 231 may be attached to the middle stage, and the mirror 251 may be
attached to the lower stage.
[0102]
In the case of the configuration as shown in FIG. 11, for example, the sound corresponding to the
image on the display 231 can be output by the vibrating member 31, and the display of the
display can be performed by controlling the rotation of the rotation shaft 113. It becomes
possible to enjoy the image from 231 and the sound from the vibrator 31 at a position optimum
for the user.
[0103]
In addition, a configuration as shown in FIG. 11, in which the rotation shaft 113 is provided so
that the vibrating member 31, the display 231 and the mirror 251 independently rotate, is also a
mechanism as will be described later. Is possible.
When a plurality of rotation shafts 113 are provided, for example, it is possible to direct the
vibration member 31 in a direction optimum to provide the user A with the sound from the
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vibration member 31. Then, the display 231 can be oriented in an optimal direction for providing
the video from the display 231 to the user B who is at a different position from the user A. That
is, it is possible to provide different contents to users in different positions in an optimal
orientation for each user.
[0104]
In the example shown in FIG. 11, the example in which the mirror 251 is attached to the frame
24 is shown. The mirror 251 is used when the user looks at his or her appearance. Further, as
shown in FIG. 11, it is used when the plant is projected on the mirror 252 and the user looks and
enjoys the projected plant. Furthermore, the mirror 251 may be used also when reflecting light
from the outside with the mirror 252 and indirectly applying light from the outside to a plant. In
consideration of how such a mirror 251 is used, only the mirror 251 may be mounted on the
frame 24 as shown in FIG.
[0105]
In the example shown in FIG. 12, only the mirror 251 is attached to the frame 24. And in the
mirror 251, the plant 261 is in the state of being reflected. By mounting the mirror 251 on the
frame 24 and providing the rotating shaft 113, the plant 261 'reflected on the mirror 251 can be
enjoyed at the position where the user is. That is, even if the user changes the position, since the
mirror 251 can be rotated about the rotation axis 113 in the direction of the position, the plant
261 'can be enjoyed at the position where the user is.
[0106]
Further, by attaching the mirror 251 to the frame 24, as described above, it is possible to apply
light from the outside to the plant 261. That is, for example, the light coming into the room from
the window changes its position with time, but if the rotation by the rotating shaft 113 is
controlled according to the change, the light incident position will change. Also, the plant 261
can be exposed to the light reflected by the mirror 251. An explanation will be added about a
mechanism for making such a thing be done without bothering the user.
[0107]
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FIG. 13 is a diagram showing the configuration of a system for irradiating a plant 261 with light
reflected by the mirror 251. As shown in FIG. Light enters the room from the window 281 of the
room in which the screen with the mirror 251 mounted on the frame 24 is installed. The incident
light strikes the mirror 251, is reflected, and is irradiated to the plant 261. A light sensor 301 is
installed in the plant 261. Here, the description will be continued by taking the light sensor 301
as an example, but any sensor that detects light may be used. For example, the illuminance is
measured by the illuminance sensor, or the luminance is measured using a camera or the like.
The mechanism can be used as the light sensor 301.
[0108]
The light sensor 301 is provided to measure the amount of light irradiated to the plant 261, and
the measurement result is used to adjust the angle of the mirror 251. The optical sensor 301 is
connected wirelessly or by wire to a control unit (FIG. 14) that controls the rotation of the
rotation shaft 113, and is configured to supply a measurement result.
[0109]
FIG. 14 is a diagram showing an example of the configuration of the control unit. The control unit
illustrated in FIG. 14 includes a remote controller data processing unit 331, a rotation control
unit 332, and an optical sensor data processing unit 333.
[0110]
The remote controller data processing unit 331 processes a signal from a remote controller (not
shown). The rotation control unit 332 controls the rotation direction, rotation speed, rotation
angle, and the like of the motor 151 (FIG. 5). Under the control of the rotation control unit 332,
the motor 151 is driven to rotate the frame 24 (the frame 24 to which the beam 111 is fixed) on
which the mirror 251 is mounted.
[0111]
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The optical sensor data processing unit 333 measures the amount (such as intensity) of light
being irradiated to the plant 261 by processing the input signal from the optical sensor 301 (FIG.
13), and from the measurement result, the rotation is It is determined whether or not it is
necessary, and the determination result is supplied to the rotation control unit 332. The rotation
control unit 332 controls the rotation angle and the like of the motor 151 based on the supplied
determination result. As the motor 151 is rotated and the direction of the mirror 251 is changed,
the direction of the reflected light is also changed, so that the measurement result of the light
sensor 301 is also changed. By observing this change, the position of the mirror 251 is adjusted
to be an optimal angle.
[0112]
Next, with reference to the flowchart of FIG. 15, control for causing the plant 261 to emit
external light will be described. In step S51, the motorized rotation mechanism position, the light
sensor 301, etc. are reset. In step S51, the data (data such as the angle at the end of the previous
time) held in the rotation control unit 332 is reset, and the previous processing result of the
optical sensor 301 is reset.
[0113]
In step S52, the light sensor 301 starts measurement of light intensity and the like, and data of
the measurement result is input. Here, the explanation will be continued assuming that the light
intensity is measured. The intensity of the light measured at that time by the light sensor 301
and irradiated to the plant 261 at that time is supplied to the light sensor data processing unit
333 and processing such as analysis is performed.
[0114]
In step S53, driving of the motorized rotation mechanism, that is, rotation of the rotating shaft
113 by the motor 151 is performed. In step S53, the intensity of the light measured by the light
sensor 301 may change by rotating the motorized rotation mechanism. Where the changed light
intensity is optimum, in order to stop the rotation, it is determined in step S54 whether the light
intensity measured by the light sensor 301 is within a predetermined threshold. Here, the
threshold TH1 and the threshold TH2 are set as the threshold. The threshold TH1 and the
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threshold TH2 are values that satisfy the relationship of threshold TH1 <threshold TH2.
[0115]
Assuming that the intensity of light measured by the optical sensor 301 is the intensity V, it is
determined in step S54 whether the following conditions are satisfied. The intensity V at which
this condition is satisfied is the optimum intensity V of light as the intensity V of the light
irradiated to the plant 261. Threshold TH1 <intensity V <threshold TH2
[0116]
The optical sensor data processing unit 333 determines whether the measurement result
supplied from the optical sensor 301 satisfies this condition, and supplies the determination
result to the rotation control unit 332. Rotation control unit 332 further controls motor 151 to
rotate when the determination result indicates that the condition is not satisfied, and indicates
that the condition is satisfied, when the determination result indicates that the condition is
satisfied. Stop.
[0117]
If it is determined in step S54 that the light intensity V measured by the light sensor 301 does
not satisfy the condition of threshold TH1 <intensity V <threshold TH2, the process returns to
step S52, and the subsequent processing is repeated. By repeating the processing of steps S52 to
S54, the condition of threshold TH1 <intensity V <threshold TH2 is satisfied. The state where the
threshold value TH1 <the intensity V <the threshold value TH2 is satisfied is a state in which the
plant 261 is irradiated with an appropriate amount of light.
[0118]
That is, in other words, by repeating the processes of steps S52 to S54, the plant 261 is in a state
of being irradiated with the appropriate amount of light. Therefore, in step S54, when it is
determined that the threshold value TH1 <the strength V <the threshold value TH2 is satisfied,
the process proceeds to step S55, and the rotation of the motorized rotation mechanism is
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stopped.
[0119]
In step S56, it is determined whether the function has ended. For example, when an instruction
from a remote controller (not shown) or an interrupt signal is input, it is determined that the
function is ended, and the processing of the flowchart shown in FIG. 15 is ended. On the other
hand, if it is determined in step S56 that the function has not ended, the process returns to step
S52, and the subsequent processes are repeated. By repeating the process, the direction of the
external light from the window 281 can be changed, and when the intensity of the light reflected
by the mirror 251 changes, the direction of the mirror 251 can be changed to an appropriate
angle. .
[0120]
As described above, by controlling the rotation of the mirror 251 having the rotation function
and performing the control based on the measurement result from the light sensor 301, the
outside light is transmitted to the plant 261 without bothering the user. It becomes possible to
irradiate for a long time.
[0121]
Here, although the case where light is applied to the plant 261 has been described as an
example, for example, the laundry may be irradiated with light, or may be used as illumination
for illuminating the hand of the user, and various uses thereof may be considered.
And even if it is an application which irradiates light to such a predetermined ¦ prescribed object,
it can respond by applying the structure and process which were mentioned above.
[0122]
Further, in the embodiment described with reference to FIGS. 12 to 15, although the example has
been described by taking the example in which only one mirror 251 is attached to the frame 24,
a plurality of mirrors 251 having different rotation axes are It is also possible to configure it to
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be attached to 24. And when it is set as the composition which has a plurality of mirrors 251, it
becomes possible to turn each mirror 251 to a different direction, and it is possible to make a
plant etc. which were put in different positions be able to be irradiated with optimal light,
respectively. is there.
[0123]
In addition, in order to emit the optimum light, the above-described threshold value TH1 and the
threshold value TH2 may be set as appropriate. For example, when it is desired to make the
intensity of the light irradiated to the plant 261 and the intensity of the light irradiated to the
hand of the user different, the threshold TH1 and the threshold TH2 may be set to be desired
intensities.
[0124]
Next, the configuration of the frame 24 when a plurality of rotary shafts 113 are provided will be
described. FIG. 16 is a view showing the structure of the frame 24 provided with two rotation
shafts. In the example shown in FIG. 16, the upper frame is a frame 24 and the lower frame is a
frame 24 '.
[0125]
The beam 111 is fixed to the top of the frame 24. The beam 111 and the beam 112 are rotatably
connected via the rotation axis 113. This portion is configured the same as the frame 24 shown
in FIG. Although not shown in FIG. 16, the wheel 23A and the wheel 23B are fixed to the beam
112 in the same manner as the beam 112 shown in FIG. 4, and the guide 22 provided on the
ceiling 21 (FIG. ) Is configured to be movable.
[0126]
At the bottom of the frame 24 a beam 112 'is fixed. The beam 112 'has the same configuration
and function as the beam 112. The beam 112 'is rotatably connected to the beam 111' via an
axis of rotation 113 '. The beam 111 ′ has the same configuration and function as the beam
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111. The rotating shaft 113 ′ has the same configuration and function as the rotating shaft
113.
[0127]
Beam 111 'is fixed to frame 24'. Since the beam 111 ′ is rotatably mounted about the rotation
axis 113 ′, the frame 24 ′ is rotatably attached to the frame 24. The beam 117 is fixed below
the frame 24 '.
[0128]
The rotating shaft 113 and the rotating shaft 113 'basically have the same configuration, and the
configuration includes the motor 151 and the like as described with reference to FIG. 5 and FIG.
According to the configuration shown in FIG. 16, the frame 24 rotates about the rotation axis
113, and the frame 24 ′ rotates about the rotation axis 113 ′, and the rotation can be
performed individually. is there.
[0129]
Thus, as shown in FIG. 17, the frames 24 and 24 'can be oriented in different directions. FIG. 17
shows an example in which the vibrating member 31-1 is attached to the frame 24 and the
vibrating member 31-2 is attached to the frame 24 ′. As described above, when the vibrating
member 31-1 and the vibrating member 31-2 are attached to the frame 24 (24 '), it can be used
as the screen speaker device 101'.
[0130]
The sound from the vibrating member 31-1 of the screen speaker device 101 'is output in the
direction of the traveling direction A, which is the front direction of the vibrating member 31-1,
as shown in FIG. 17, and the sound from the vibrating member 31-2 is output. The sound is
output in the direction of the traveling direction B which is the front direction of the vibrating
member 31-2. The traveling direction A and the traveling direction B are different directions.
That is, if the direction in which the vibration member 31-1 is directed is different from the
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direction in which the vibration member 31-2 is directed, sound can be output in different
directions, and in the present embodiment such a thing is realizable.
[0131]
As described above, the following description will be made with specific examples including the
effects of outputting sound in different directions. FIG. 18 is a view schematically showing a
room in which the screen speaker apparatus 101 'is installed.
[0132]
The user 401 is located at the first point. In the vicinity of the user 401, a remote controller 402
operated by the user 401 and a sensor 403 collecting information on sounds in the vicinity of
the user 401 are located. Similarly, the user 411 is located at the second point. In the vicinity of
the user 411, a remote controller 412 operated by the user 411 and a sensor 413 collecting
information on sounds in the vicinity of the user 411 are located.
[0133]
At the third point, a screen speaker apparatus 101 'is installed. In the case of the screen speaker
device 101 ′ to which the present embodiment is applied in the state shown in FIG. 18,
outputting a sound toward the user 401 located at the first point is also located at the second
point It is also possible to simultaneously output sound to the user 411 who is trying to
Therefore, it is possible to provide sound to the user 401 and the user 411 without any acoustic
transmission loss.
[0134]
When the same sound is output from the vibrating member 31-1 and the vibrating member 31-2,
the user 401 and the user 411 hear the same sound, and the sound is the vibrating member 31-1
for each user. Alternatively, since the vibrator 31-2 is oriented in the optimum direction, the
sound can be optimized for each user.
[0135]
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In addition, when different sounds are output from the vibrating member 31-1 and the vibrating
member 31-2, different sounds usually cross each other, which makes it difficult to hear, but for
each user, the vibrating member 31 Since the -1 or the vibrating member 31-2 is oriented in the
optimum direction, the sound from the directed vibrating member 31-1 or the vibrating member
31-2 can be heard better.
Therefore, as a result, when different sounds are output from the vibrating member 31-1 and the
vibrating member 31-2, it is possible to provide each sound to the user who desires each sound.
Become.
[0136]
In order to enable such a thing, the control part which controls each rotation of the rotating shaft
113 of the screen speaker apparatus 101 'and rotating shaft 113' is set as a structure like FIG.
That is, the control unit shown in FIG. 19 includes an audio selector unit 451, a sound quality
adjustment unit 452, a first rotation control unit 453, a second rotation control unit 454, and a
sensor data processing unit 455.
[0137]
The audio selector unit 451 inputs an audio signal from the outside. When the same audio is
output to different channels, control is performed such that the input audio signal is output to
different channels. When different sounds are output to different channels, different input audio
signals are distributed to different channels, and control is performed such that different
channels are output. In this case, two different channels are taken as an example, one of which is
a speaker function including the vibrating member 31-1 and the other channel is a speaker
function including the vibrating member 31-2. I assume.
[0138]
The audio selector unit 451 performs control such as to which channel the input audio signal is
to be output, based on remote controller data from the remote controller 402 or the remote
controller 412.
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[0139]
The sound quality adjustment unit 452 performs a filter operation to correct the volume and
each transfer characteristic, and outputs the sound signal subjected to the operation to the
vibration member 31-1 and the vibration member 31-2.
[0140]
The first rotation control unit 453 controls the rotation of the rotating shaft 113.
The control is performed based on remote controller data from the remote controller 402 and
data from the sensor data processing unit 455.
Similarly, the second rotation control unit 454 controls the rotation of the rotation shaft 113 '.
The control is performed based on remote controller data from the remote controller 412 and
data from the sensor data processing unit 455.
[0141]
The sensor data processing unit 455 inputs sensor data of measurement results from the sensor
403 or the sensor 413, and analyzes the sensor data. The analysis result is supplied to the first
rotation control unit 453 and the second rotation control unit 454. As the sensor 403 and the
sensor 413, a sensor that can measure the volume can be used. Here, the sensor 403 and the
sensor 413 will be described as microphones.
[0142]
The operation of the control unit shown in FIG. 19 will be described with reference to the
flowchart of FIG. In step S81, the motorized rotation mechanism position, the sensors 403, 413,
etc. are reset. In step S81, the data (data such as the angle at the previous end) held in the first
rotation control unit 453 or the second rotation control unit 454 is reset, and the previous
processing results of the sensors 403 and 413 are reset. Ru.
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[0143]
In step S82, the value of the rotation system is set to N = 0. A rotation system is a system which
consists of one rotation axis and a frame and a vibration material which rotate around the
rotation axis. For example, in the configuration shown in FIG. 17 exemplified here, one rotation
system is configured by the rotation shaft 113 and the frame 24 (the vibration member 31-1),
and the rotation shaft 113 ′ and the frame 24 ′ The vibrating member 31-2) constitutes one
rotation system. Thus, the screen speaker apparatus 101 'shown in FIG. 17 includes two rotation
systems.
[0144]
The control of the rotation axis is continued here assuming that it is sequentially performed for
each rotation system. Therefore, in order to set a rotation system to be controlled, numbers are
assigned to each rotation system. The process of step S82 is a process of initializing the number
of the rotation system to be processed. Here, it is assumed that the number of the rotating
system including the rotating shaft 113 is "0" and the number of the rotating system including
the rotating shaft 113 'is "1".
[0145]
In step S83, sensor data is input from the sensor. Here, since the rotation system number N is set
to 0 , sensor data for controlling the rotation system including the rotation shaft 113 is input.
The rotation system including the rotation axis 113 is assumed to be directed to the position
where the user 401 (FIG. 18) is present. When set in this manner, sensor data from the sensor
403 (FIG. 18) installed near the user 401 is input and processed.
[0146]
In step S83, when the sensor data processing unit 455 is supplied with the sensor data from the
sensor 403, processing of the sensor data is executed in step S84. That is, the sensor 403 is a
microphone in this case, and data of the sound collected by the microphone is supplied as sensor
data. Such sensor data is analyzed and the intensity of the sound is measured.
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[0147]
The sound wave output from the vibration member 31-1 and the sound wave collected by the
sensor 403 are not limited to the sound wave in the audible band. For example, when the process
for adjusting the angle of the vibration member 31-1 (the process of the flowchart illustrated in
FIG. 20) is performed, the process may be performed using a sound that the user 401 does not
hear. good.
[0148]
That is, in this case, when a sound is output from the vibration member 31-1, the sound is
collected by the sensor 403, and the intensity of the collected sound is measured. In step S85,
the first rotation control unit 453 calculates the relative position of the rotating device. Then, in
step S86, the first rotation control unit 453 controls the rotation of the rotating shaft 113 using
the calculation result. In step S87, it is determined whether the sensitivity of the sensor is
maximum or not. If it is determined that the sensitivity is not the maximum, the process returns
to step S83, and the subsequent processes are repeated.
[0149]
By repeating the processes of steps S83 to S87, the vibrating member 31-1 is rotated to a
position where the intensity of the sound is maximized. The position where the intensity of the
sound is the maximum is, as a result, a state in which the front of the vibrating member 31-1 is
directed to the user 401, and there is no sound transmission loss. Such a preferable state is
shifted by repeating the processes of steps S83 to S87.
[0150]
If it is determined in step S87 that the sensitivity of the sensor is maximum, the process proceeds
to step S88. In step S88, it is determined whether the number N of the rotating system is the
maximum value. In this case, since the maximum value of the number N is 1 , the process
proceeds to step 89 if the value of the number N when the determination in step S88 is made is 1
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or less.
[0151]
In step S89, the number of the rotating system is incremented by one. By being incremented by
1, the rotation system to be processed is changed, and the processes after step S83 are repeated
for the changed rotation system.
[0152]
As in the case of the screen speaker apparatus 101 'shown in FIG. 17, in the case of having two
rotating shafts 131 and 131', the second rotating shaft (in this case, the rotating shaft 131 ') is
the first rotating shaft (in this case) , And the relative relationship with the rotation axis 113).
When control of the first rotation system is finished, the process shifts to control of the next
rotation system, the relative rotation angle of the second rotation system is determined, and
based on the determination, control of the second eye rotation system is performed. To be done.
In this way, as well as the control of the first rotation system, the control of the second rotation
system is also performed.
[0153]
On the other hand, if it is determined in step S88 that the number of the rotation system is the
maximum value, it indicates that the processing related to the rotation has ended for all the
rotation systems, so the processing of the flowchart shown in FIG. Is terminated.
[0154]
In this way, each vibrating member 31 of the screen speaker apparatus 101 'provided with a
plurality of rotation axes is directed to an optimal position for each user.
[0155]
The control of a device having such a plurality of rotation axes is applicable not only to a speaker
that outputs voice, as in the case of the screen speaker device 101 ', but also to other devices.
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As described above, a plurality of frames 24 having the same function can be mounted on the
frame 24, and different frames having different functions can also be mounted.
In addition, a plurality of rotation shafts can be provided. Therefore, the following application
example can be realized by applying the present embodiment.
[0156]
For example, as described with reference to FIG. 10, the display is mounted on the frame 24 or
the frame 24 ′, and each display is directed in a different direction, and the user located in the
different direction is provided with an image etc. from the display The application of the present
invention is also possible.
[0157]
Also, for example, as described with reference to FIG. 11, it is possible to attach the vibrator, the
display, and the mirror having different functions, and to direct the same in different directions
by applying the present invention.
Thus, for example, it is also possible to direct the vibrator to the user who enjoys music, to direct
the display to the user who enjoys video, and to direct the mirror to the direction of the plant in
order to light the plant.
[0158]
Thus, according to the present invention, in addition to the function of only a simple partition, a
plurality of speakers, displays, mirrors, etc. having various functions are attached to a rotatable
frame structure having a plurality of rotation axes. It becomes possible. And while being able to
move each function to a suitable position according to a condition, it can be set as the structure
which can be rotated centering on a rotating shaft by the moving destination. Therefore, it is
possible to expect such an effect as ever with a plurality of frame structures.
[0159]
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A device to which such an embodiment is applied can be used in a facility with a ceiling, such as
a living room, a conference room, a cinema, a stage, and the like.
[0160]
Further, the screen speaker apparatus 101 (101 ') exemplified as the present embodiment is a
screen speaker apparatus for improving the sound transmission effect, and has a frame structure.
The frame structure of this screen speaker device is a frame mechanism which can be attached
with a rotation mechanism for controlling the traveling direction or directivity of sound, or with a
sensor for detecting the position of a person. As a result, it is possible to deliver the optimum
sound to the user regardless of the position where the user is listening. Also, by using such a
frame structure, an image flat panel can be attached, and an optimum viewing angle can be
secured for the position of the user.
[0161]
The series of processes described above (for example, the process related to control of the
rotating shaft 131) can be performed by hardware or can be performed by software. When a
series of processes are to be executed by software, various functions are executed by installing a
computer in which a program constituting the software is incorporated in dedicated hardware or
various programs. Can be installed from, for example, a general-purpose personal computer from
the program storage medium.
[0162]
FIG. 21 is a block diagram showing an example of a hardware configuration of a personal
computer that executes the series of processes described above according to a program. In the
computer, a central processing unit (CPU) 501, a read only memory (ROM) 502, and a random
access memory (RAM) 503 are mutually connected by a bus 504.
[0163]
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Further, an input / output interface 505 is connected to the bus 504. The input / output interface
505 includes an input unit 506 including a keyboard, a mouse and a microphone, an output unit
507 including a display and a speaker, a storage unit 508 including a hard disk and a nonvolatile memory, and a communication unit 509 including a network interface. A drive 510 for
driving a removable medium 511 such as a magnetic disk, an optical disk, a magneto-optical disk,
or a semiconductor memory is connected.
[0164]
In the computer configured as described above, for example, the CPU 501 loads the program
stored in the storage unit 508 into the RAM 503 via the input / output interface 505 and the bus
504 and executes the program. Processing is performed.
[0165]
The program executed by the computer (CPU 501) is, for example, a magnetic disk (including a
flexible disk), an optical disk (CD-ROM (Compact Disc-Read Only Memory), DVD (Digital Versatile
Disc), etc.), a magneto-optical disk, or a semiconductor It is recorded on a removable medium
511 which is a package medium including a memory or the like, or provided via a wired or
wireless transmission medium such as a local area network, the Internet, or digital satellite
broadcasting.
[0166]
The program can be installed in the storage unit 508 via the input / output interface 505 by
mounting the removable media 511 in the drive 510.
The program can be received by the communication unit 509 via a wired or wireless
transmission medium and installed in the storage unit 508.
In addition, the program can be installed in advance in the ROM 502 or the storage unit 508.
[0167]
Note that the program executed by the computer may be a program that performs processing in
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chronological order according to the order described in this specification, in parallel, or when
necessary, such as when a call is made. It may be a program to be processed.
[0168]
Further, in the present specification, the system represents the entire apparatus configured by a
plurality of apparatuses.
[0169]
The embodiment of the present invention is not limited to the above-described embodiment, and
various modifications can be made without departing from the scope of the present invention.
[0170]
Is a diagram illustrating an example of a configuration of a conventional screen speaker device.
It is a figure explaining an acoustic transfer loss.
It is a figure which shows the structure of one Embodiment of the screen speaker apparatus to
which this invention is applied.
It is a figure explaining a frame structure. It is a figure explaining the structure of a rotation
mechanism. It is a figure explaining the structure of a rotation mechanism. It is a figure showing
an example of composition of a control part. It is a flowchart explaining rotation control of a
motor. It is a figure explaining how to detect a user's position. It is a figure explaining the case
where a display is attached to a frame. It is a figure explaining the case where the apparatus
which has a different function to a flame ¦ frame is mounted ¦ worn. It is a figure explaining the
case where a mirror is attached to a frame. It is a figure which shows the structural example of
the system in connection with control of rotation of a mirror. It is a figure showing an example of
composition of a control part. It is a flowchart explaining rotation control of a motor. It is a figure
explaining the frame structure which has a plurality of rotation axes. It is a figure explaining the
composition when it uses as a speaker. It is a figure explaining arrangement of a speaker. It is a
figure showing an example of composition of a control part. It is a flowchart explaining rotation
control of a motor. Is a diagram for describing a recording medium.
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Explanation of sign
[0171]
21 Ceiling, 22 Guides, 23 Wheels, 24 Frames, 25 Plates, 31 Vibrating Material, 41 Vibrators, 101
Screen Speaker Device, 111, 112 Beams, 113 Rotating Shaft, 114, 115 Tap Hole, 116 Locking
Mechanism, 117 Beams, 118 tap hole, 151 motor, 152 pulley, 161 belt, 201 remote controller
data processor, 202 rotation controller, 203 image data processor, 204 background data holder,
231 display, 251 mirror, 301 light sensor, 331 remote controller Data processing unit, 332
rotation control unit, 333 light sensor data processing unit, 403, 413 sensors, 451 voice selector
unit, 452 sound quality adjustment unit, 453 first rotation control unit, 454 second rotation
control unit, 455 sensor data processing Part
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