DE10355266B3 - Method for transmitting image information - Google Patents

Method for transmitting image information

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DE10355266B3
DE10355266B3 DE2003155266 DE10355266A DE10355266B3 DE 10355266 B3 DE10355266 B3 DE 10355266B3 DE 2003155266 DE2003155266 DE 2003155266 DE 10355266 A DE10355266 A DE 10355266A DE 10355266 B3 DE10355266 B3 DE 10355266B3
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Alexander Dr. Jarczyk
Roland Keller
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Qualcomm Inc
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    • HELECTRICITY
    • H04ELECTRIC COMMUNICATION TECHNIQUE
    • H04MTELEPHONIC COMMUNICATION
    • H04M1/00Substation equipment, e.g. for use by subscribers; Analogous equipment at exchanges
    • H04M1/72Substation extension arrangements; Cordless telephones, i.e. devices for establishing wireless links to base stations without route selecting
    • H04M1/725Cordless telephones
    • H04M1/72519Portable communication terminals with improved user interface to control a main telephone operation mode or to indicate the communication status
    • H04M1/72522With means for supporting locally a plurality of applications to increase the functionality
    • H04M1/72544With means for supporting locally a plurality of applications to increase the functionality for supporting a game or graphical animation
    • HELECTRICITY
    • H04ELECTRIC COMMUNICATION TECHNIQUE
    • H04MTELEPHONIC COMMUNICATION
    • H04M1/00Substation equipment, e.g. for use by subscribers; Analogous equipment at exchanges
    • H04M1/72Substation extension arrangements; Cordless telephones, i.e. devices for establishing wireless links to base stations without route selecting
    • H04M1/725Cordless telephones
    • H04M1/72519Portable communication terminals with improved user interface to control a main telephone operation mode or to indicate the communication status
    • H04M1/72522With means for supporting locally a plurality of applications to increase the functionality
    • H04M1/72547With means for supporting locally a plurality of applications to increase the functionality with interactive input/output means for internally managing multimedia messages

Abstract

Disclosed is a method for transmitting composite image information associated with an emotion, with the following steps. First, one or more predetermined emotion-representing graphic emotion objects composed of a set of image portions are provided on a first mobile device (MFG1). Subsequently, one of the predetermined emotion objects (EO1, EO2) is selected and inserted into a composite image information (ZBI). Subsequently, the composite image information is transmitted from the first mobile device to a second mobile device (MFG2). Advantageously, a plurality of emotion objects, whether in the predetermined state or changed in the composite image information is inserted so as to provide a dynamic, d. H. to be able to represent temporally changing emotion at the receiver of the composite image information.

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  • The The present invention relates to a method of transmission an image information, in particular a composite image information, which represents an emotion. In this case, the composite image information from a group of given emotions or emotional objects are removed, to transfer them to a communication partner, or it can be the emotion object changed as desired become a differentiated adaptation of the emotion object to achieve an emotion or mood.
  • in the Course of systematization of emotions, which the interaction different systems, the respective emotional states become for example according to the "Human markup languague initiative (Human ML). An emotional state is accordingly digitally writable and can be decoded as such again become. When displaying emotional states of a communication partner with the help of artifacts, however, there is the difficulty that a representative or metaphor for the information to be transmitted must become. Through human conditioning is the interpretation of emotions based on human-like Beings most clearly. Although there is a standardization that the prerequisite for the transmitting of emotions by technical means, however, this is possible the expression possibility the emotions are so restricted, that in particular one over the time is changing dynamic presentation today causes great problems. This meets in particular for the simple and intuitive composers or compilation of emotion sequences to.
  • traditionally, Emotions are described by means of so-called "emoticons", the number of which is very varied. Just this variant variety leads but very quickly in the area of randomness, what an interpretation difficult for the recipient or completely prevented. A well-known emoticon ";-)" means for example, wit or irony, while an unknown or less common Emoticon ">: ->" so much how devil or vulgarity means.
  • The Document WO 00/70848 discloses a method of transmission of composite image information in which the representation a face whose facial features can change from crying to laughing or vice versa, as individual sequences of pictures be transferred from one to another mobile device.
  • The publication EP 620 529 A1 discloses a portable electronic device on which images of a face can be assembled from individual image sections.
  • The publication EP 1 276 301 A1 discloses a mobile device having a user interface comprising a display for selecting a control for transmitting a message. In this case, the user interface allows the selection of two or more graphic images to create a composite image as a control.
  • The publication DE 299 04 981 U1 discloses a telephone device, in particular a telephone set, with a display device for displaying moving graphic information, and a microprocessor control unit for controlling the display device. Furthermore, the telephone device has a memory device in which the graphic information is stored, wherein the microprocessor control unit at least temporarily displays a sequence of images on the display device based on the stored graphic information.
  • It is thus the object of the present invention, a convenient way the transmission to create emotions for the recipient the emotion understandable is.
  • These The object is solved by the independent claims. advantageous Embodiments are the subject of the dependent claims.
  • One Method of transmission a composite image information associated with an emotion looks first providing one or more predetermined emotions representing graphic objects on a first mobile device. These graphic objects or emotion objects are from a set of image sections or image zones composed. Now a first of the given representing an emotion graphic emotion objects selected. This can be, for example done by a user of the first mobile device. Subsequently, the selected first graphic emotion object in the context of a composite Transfer image information from the first mobile device to a second mobile device.
  • In order to achieve a higher degree of differentiation of emotions, which are to be transmitted to a communication partner (for example, the user of the second mobile device), it is possible according to an advantageous embodiment, before transmitting the composite image information at least one To change the image portion (or an image zone) of the set of image portions of the first selected emotion object, now this changed emotion object is added as the first emotion object of the composite image information. Thus, the changed emotion object can then be transmitted to the second mobile radio device as part of the composite image information. For example, it is possible here to modify a given emotion object representing an emotion such as "joy" (to change a portion of the image of this emotion object) to create an intermediate state of emotion between joy and neutral emotion.
  • Especially it is advantageous if an emotion object comprises an object, that one man, a human-like one Being or representing an animal. In this way can be for transferring emotions to a recipient, who the transferred Can also easily identify emotions.
  • According to one Another advantageous embodiment is at least one more certain of the given graphic emotion objects (again comprising a set of image sections or image zones) and it will be this selected one Emotions object as second (or third, etc. or further) emotion object added to the composite image information so as to be reproduced the composite image information, for example, at the second Mobile device a Create a sequence of temporally successive emotion objects. This means, by providing another emotion object, the in particular, an emotion different from that of the first emotion object represents it is thus possible, not to transmit only a single, for example, currently prevailing emotion, but maybe an emotion, the current emotion or sentiment of a communication partner. In other words, can a "dynamic" emotion by means of two emotion objects contained in the composite image information to be discribed.
  • It is not only possible Secondly, to use the emotion object as a given emotion object. but it is also possible as with the first emotion object one or more image sections of the second emotion object and finally the changed Emotional object as the second emotion object in the composite Add picture information.
  • One Change an emotion object or image sections of an emotion object can be the one to the shape or shape of the object itself (at a human-like one Beings, for example, the position of the arms or changing the mouth area) but also the position of the object during playback, for example on a display of the receiving second mobile device.
  • to Further development of the dynamic emotion or the dynamic emotion object it is also conceivable, before the composite image information the transferring to the second mobile device to add a transformation information. This indicates that at a reproduction of the composite image information the entire first emotion object or certain image sections associated therewith independently change in a temporal structure in such a way that the first emotion object or only certain image sections of this with the time the second emotion object or image sections from this gradually. That means when playing the composite image information becomes a sequence of successive ones reproduced the following emotion objects, which are their starting point at the first emotion object and its target point at the second Have an emotion object. In this context, the first and the second emotion object also referred to as so-called main frames or "key frames".
  • It It is conceivable that the temporal structure in the reproduction of the composite image information or contained therein Emotions objects is adjustable by a user. It can, for example the length of time in which the entire transition is set from the first emotion object to the second emotion object goes, or an acceleration effect can be achieved in the transition From the first to the second object of emotion begins slowly and then always gets faster, etc.
  • In addition to the emotion objects just described, which contain graphic information or objects, which are embodied in particular in the form of a human or human-like being, it is also conceivable that further information is provided in the composite image information, which address output or display channels of a different kind. For example, it is possible for the composite image information, or specifically a graphic emotion object contained therein, to provide audio control information (to output a sound or voice signal), mechanical control information (to translate the mobile device reproducing the composite image information into a vibration, etc .) or another optical control information (for example, for driving LEDs or other light sources on the reproducing mobile device) is assigned. In particular, the Audio control information is a knock representing a heartbeat to be output to a loudspeaker, the mechanical information comprises a heartbeat-emitting vibration to be outputted from a vibrator, and the further optical control information comprises a blinking of a light source occurring at the rhythm of a heartbeat. In particular, in a dynamic representation of an emotion, for example, from the transition of a neutral emotion to a "joy" emotion concerned, this additional information or control information can help to better illustrate the transition better. In particular, if, for example, the neutral emotion is associated with a normal or slow heartbeat and the emotion "joy" is associated with a rapid heartbeat, a transition of the emotion through an acceleration of the heartbeat, whether visually, acoustically or mechanically, can be an impressive effect , The control information is advantageously also adjustable or changeable by a user.
  • According to one advantageous embodiment, the transmission of a composite image information occurs from one to another mobile device via a mobile network, although it is possible is that a direct transfer between two mobile devices possible is.
  • According to one Another aspect of the invention is a mobile device for transmission a composite image information created, the first a first memory means for storing one or more predetermined ones representing an emotion graphic emotion objects consisting of a set of image sections are composed. Furthermore, the mobile device has a selection device to choose a certain one of the predetermined representing an emotion graphic emotion objects, wherein the selection device in particular is formed by a keyboard of the mobile device. Besides, has the mobile device a transmission device to transfer a composite image information comprising the (first) selected emotion object to another mobile device.
  • According to one advantageous embodiment, the mobile device has a manipulation device for Change at least one image portion of the set of image portions the selected emotion object and to add this changed Emotional object to the composite image information. there the manipulation device can display a display device the individual image sections of the selected emotion object and the Selecting the one to be changed Have image section. Furthermore the manipulation device can be a second storage device in which pre-given image sections are stored, which designed for it are, with an image portion associated with a given emotion object to change of the emotion object to be exchanged. That means the second Storage device represents a type of library from which Frame sections can be taken to a given emotion object to change individually, to better match the current mood or emotion of the user of the mobile device adapt.
  • According to one Advantageous embodiment, the mobile device further comprises a control device, the one for that is designed, a plurality of predetermined or changed To merge emotion objects into the composite image information which after all transferable to another mobile device is. That is, the controller may have two selected emotion objects put together like this, that this time when playing on another mobile device can be played (displayed) consecutively. there For example, the control device can be designed to handle the individual Emotions objects in the composite image information with a provide temporal information indicating in which temporal Structure the individual emotion objects in one of the composite Image information receiving mobile device are playable. Furthermore, can the control device for it be configured, the composite image information transformation information add, which indicates that when reproducing the composite image information the entire first emotion object or its associated one Control sections autonomously change in a temporal structure in such a way that a sequence of successive emotion objects arises which gradually align with a second emotion object. Such a thing Matching an emotion object to a second one over time also referred to as "morphing". The Control means may further be adapted to the composite Image information further control information such as audio control information, a mechanical control information and / or another optical Assign control information.
  • According to one advantageous embodiment, the mobile device is a mobile phone or designed as a computer with a radio module, in particular according to a mobile standard, such as the GSM (Global System for Mobile Communication) standard or the UMTS (Universal Mobile Telecommunications System) standard. The mobile device can be designed in this way, with a mobile network to communicate about that after all the composite image information transferable to another mobile device is.
  • preferred embodiments The present invention will be described below with reference to FIG the enclosed drawings closer explained. Show it:
  • 1A and 1B an illustration of a mobile device in the form of a mobile phone, with the individual devices for selecting or manipulating emotion objects;
  • 2 an exemplary representation of an emotion object with graphical information, and audio control information and mechanical control information;
  • 3 the graphical information of an emotion object for representing which individual image portions of this graphical information are changeable;
  • 4 a diagram in which on the X-axis, a temporal structure is plotted according to which certain emotion objects are displayed, and in which the Y-axis, the E motion bandwidth from a negative emotion (negative Y-axis) to a positive emotion (positive Y Represents axis);
  • 5 a diagram similar to the diagram of 4 in which a change of a first emotion object towards a second emotion object is represented via intermediate objects;
  • 6 a mobile radio arrangement, which illustrates the transmission of a composite image information from a first mobile device via a communication network to a second mobile device.
  • First up 1 in which a mobile device in the form of a mobile phone MFG1 is shown, which is designed to perform a method according to an embodiment of the invention.
  • The mobile phone MFG1 comprises, from top to bottom, a loudspeaker LS for outputting an acoustic signal, such as sounds, sounds or voice signals. Furthermore, the mobile telephone MFG1 comprises a display device or a display DSP for displaying text or in particular as shown in FIG 1B can be seen, of graphical objects (GI), which are assigned to a still to be explained emotion object (EO1). In the lower section of the mobile phone includes a keypad or a keyboard TAS, which in the present case consists of four rows of three buttons. Above the keypad are three function keys FT (in 1B indicated), in which two small function keys are arranged next to a large central function key. Inside the mobile telephone MFG1, a memory device having two memory sections SP1 and SP2 is provided, wherein in the first memory section SP1 a plurality of emotion objects (ver same 2 ) which represent various standard emotions which will be explained later. In the second memory section SP2, individual image sections for graphical information of emotion objects are stored, which serve to be exchanged for a differentiated representation of an emotion with an image section of a standard emotion object. Furthermore, inside the mobile telephone MFG1, a control device STE is provided, which is designed to fetch the individual standard emotion objects or the replacement image sections from the memory sections SP1 and SP2 and possibly to bring them together with further control information into composite image information.
  • A composite image information, which from a mobile device or mobile phone to another mobile device or mobile phone is to be created by means of a so-called emotion composition application "Emotion Comnposer". For example, this composition application can be pressed by pressing the three over the function keys FT of the mobile telephone located at the key block TAS what is shown in the display DSP in the display field AZF is illustrated by the term "emotion".
  • is now the composition application "Emotion Composer" started, so will the keypad TAS controlled such that by pressing one of Keys of the key block TRS a particular one in the first memory section SP1 stored standard information is retrievable. For example, can the key 1 of the emotion "love", the key 2 of the emotion "joy", the key 3 of the Emotion "Pride", the key 4 of Emotion "Hope", the key 5 of the emotion "Satisfaction", the key 6 of the Emotion "surprise", the key 7 of Emotion "disappointment", the key 8 of Emotion "mourning", the key 9 of the Emotion "disgust", the key "*" of the emotion "fear", the key 0 of the emotion "neutral" and the key "#" of the emotion "hate" be.
  • Now, for example - as indicated by the arrow between 1A and 1B is shown - the key 0 is pressed, appears in the display DSP a first emotion object EO1, more precisely a graphic information GI this emotion object. Advantageously, this graphical information GI comprises a human-like object on which the emotion of the transmitter can be displayed easily and intuitively for a receiver of this emotion object.
  • It is now up 2 referenced, in the example, the previously mentioned emotion object EO1 is shown, which may have other components in addition to the graphical information GI. First of all, however, the graphic information GI has again been described, which has a plurality of image sections, an upper image section BA1, a middle image section BA2 and a lower image section BA3. In addition to the graphical information, the exemplary emotion object EO1 further has an audio control information AI indicating that during the display of the graphic information GI via a loudspeaker (not shown) a smooth, constant, deep-toned, pulsating tapping (characteristic of a neutral emotion) Imitation of a quiet heartbeat should be spent. Furthermore, the exemplary emotion object EO1 comprises mechanical information MI, which indicates that a quiet, constant, slow, pulsating vibration should be output for imitating a quiet heartbeat via a vibrator integrated in a mobile radio or mobile telephone. It is also conceivable (though it is not in 2 is shown), that a further optical information is provided in the emotion object EO1, indicating that, for example, by an additional light source in a mobile device or mobile phone, such as a light emitting diode, etc., a quiet, constant, slow and pulsating flashing is generated.
  • As already mentioned, by pressing the key 0, the standard emotion "neutral" just described from the first memory section SP1 can be fetched from the controller ST1 into a working memory (not shown) for display on the display DSP, and also to be changed. It is possible, as it is in 3 is shown to change the graphical information GI. For example, image sections can be selectively selected (for example, by the central function key or navigation key above the keypad TAS of the mobile telephone MFG1) and can then be replaced by other replacement image sections provided in the second memory section SP2. Is the user interface more complex than the one in the 1 In the case of a mobile telephone (for example, a pointing device, such as a mouse cursor, which is movable over the entire display area of the display DSP so that a drawing program can be realized), it is also possible to directly process the individual image sections with an extended composition application For example, add hair to the head shown in the graphic information GI, in particular in the first image section BA1. As mentioned, certain image sections or also all image sections can be changed in order to generate a new or adapted to the current mood of the user of the composition application emoticon.
  • In addition to the possibility of changing the graphical information GI, it is also conceivable to change the audio control information AI and the mechanical control information MI, which can also be accomplished by the control device STE or the function keys FT located above the keyboard TAS. A standard emotion object or a modified emotion object can then be inserted by the control device STE into a so-called composite image information which, as shown in FIG 6 will be explained, is transferable to another mobile device or mobile phone.
  • According to another embodiment of the invention, it is not only possible to transmit individual "static" information, but also "dynamic" emotions. For this, a plurality of emotion objects, which are further provided with time information in which they are reproduced at the receiver of the composite image information, may be inserted into composite image information. To clarify such a dynamic emotion is now on 4 directed.
  • 4 shows a diagram in which the time of the playback or the temporal structure of the representation of emotion objects is plotted on the X-axis. The Y-axis represents the emotion range from the emotion "love" to the emotion "hate". Now it is possible, as it is in 4 It can be seen that three emotion objects EO1, EO2 and EO3 have been assembled in order to be reproduced at the receiver as part of a composite image information. To better understand the principle of dynamic representation of emotions are in 4 only the graphical information of the respective emotion objects EO1 to EO3 shown, which of course, if available, also further control information in the illustrated temporal structure are reproduced. As it is in 4 1, the first emotion object EO1 is to be reproduced during a reproduction, while the second emotion EO2 is to be reproduced after thirteen time periods or a time interval T1, and after another eight time periods or a second time interval T2 the third emotion object EO3 is reproduced should. The three emotion objects EO1 to EO3 thus mark main points or vertices of the dynamic emotion and can thus be referred to as so-called main frames or "key frames". Although in 4 However, it is also possible to change standard emotion objects or individually edited ones To use emotion objects as the main frame.
  • It is now up 5 referenced, in which a further embodiment of the invention is shown. As well as in 4 Here again, a plurality of emotion objects, namely the emotion object EO1 and the emotion object EO2 are inserted in a composite image information together with a time information for determining the temporal structure of the reproduction of the emotion objects. While now in the case of 4 Only three different emotion objects EO1 to EO3 at certain time intervals (T1, T2) are reproduced consecutively on an indication of a receiving mobile device or mobile phone is the hallmark of the embodiment of 4 in that when the emotion objects are reproduced between objects, they are generated or reproduced between the emotion objects EO1 and EO2 serving as the main frame. More specifically, the time information in the image information of 5 determines that first the first emotion object EO1 is to be reproduced, while after a certain time TM the second emotion object EO2 is to be reproduced. During the time interval TM intermediate objects ZO1 and ZO2 are generated and reproduced, which, as in the 5 can be seen, starting from the first emotion object EO1 align the second emotion object EO2. That is, the intermediate objects ZO1 and ZO2 represent intermediate states with respect to the emotion which lie between the emotion of the main frames, here the emotion objects EO1 and EO2. Such a time alignment of an object from a first main frame to a second main frame is also referred to as "morphing". Of course, during morphing, not only the graphic information of the emotion objects can be adjusted, but also the information of the other output channels, for example, audio control information representing a heartbeat can be obtained from a quiet or slow heartbeat for a neutral emotion (emotion object EO1). to a rapid heartbeat of an emotion "joy" (emotion object EO2) are accelerated.
  • It is now up 6 referenced, in which a mobile radio arrangement for the transmission of composite image information from a first mobile telephone MFG1 via a communication network KN to a second mobile telephone MFG2 is shown. In this case, the user of the first mobile phone MFG1 created, for example, as in the 1 shown mobile phone, a composite image information ZBI having either a static emotion (with an emotion object) or a dynamic emotion with a plurality of emotion objects (connected by morphing or not). After creating the image information ZBI with corresponding emotion objects as well as the information about the reproduction of these information objects, the composite image information ZBI is then transmitted by a radio module FM1 from the first mobile phone MFG1 to a communication network KN, in particular the mobile radio network, which in turn transfers the composite image information ZBI to the second Mobile phone MFG2 or its radio module FM2 transmits. The transmission can take place, for example, by means of the so-called MMS (Multimedia Messaging Service) service, which is designed to also transmit large-scale multimedia data from one to a second mobile telephone. In this case, the mobile phones and the communication network, for example, according to the GSM (Global System for Mobile Communications) - or UMTS (Universal Mobile Telecommunications System) standard work.

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  1. Method for transmitting a composite Image Information (ZBI), with the following steps: Provide one or more predetermined emotions representing one graphic emotion objects (EO1, EO2, EO3), each consisting of a Set of image sections (BA1, BA2, BA3) are composed on a first mobile device (MFG1); Choose a first of the predetermined graphic emotion objects representing an emotion (EO1, EO2); Choose another of the predetermined representing an emotion graphic emotion objects; Forming a compound Image information from the first (EO1) and the second (EO2) graphic Emotionsobjekt, so a sequence of temporally successive To create emotion objects. Transferring the composite Image information (ZBI) from the first mobile device to a second mobile device (MFG2) wherein the composite image information is prior to transmission a transformation information is added, indicating that in reproducing the composite image information, the entire first emotion object or certain image sections associated therewith in a temporal structure (T1, T2, TM) independently in such a way change that a sequence of consecutive emotion objects is created, which gradually align with the second emotion object.
  2. Method according to Claim 1, in which, prior to the transmission of the composite image information (ZBI), at least one image section of the set of image sections of the first selected emotion object is changed, this modified emotion object being used as the first emotion object (EO1). is added to the composite image information.
  3. A method according to claim 2, wherein at least one of said changing of an image section the shape and / or the position of the emotion object changed becomes.
  4. The method of claim 3, wherein at least one the one selected for the other Emotionsobjekt assigned image sections is changed to another To obtain a coordinated emotion object, as the second emotion object (EO2) is added to the composite image information.
  5. Method according to one of claims 1 to 4, wherein the temporal Structure (T1, T2; TM) of the reproduction in the composite Image information (ZBI) contained emotion objects is adjustable.
  6. Method according to one of claims 1 or 5, wherein a predetermined graphic emotion object further audio control information (AI), a mechanical control information (MI) and / or another optical control information is assigned.
  7. Method according to claim 6, wherein the audio control information a heartbeat tapping on a loudspeaker, the mechanical information is a vibrator output representing a heartbeat Vibrate and / or the further optical control information in the Rhythm of a heartbeat occurring flashing a light source includes.
  8. Method according to one of Claims 6 or 7, in which the audio control information, the mechanical control information and / or the further optical Control information changeable is.
  9. Method according to one of claims 1 to 8, wherein the transmission the composite image information (ZBI) from the first mobile device to the second Mobile device via a Mobile network (KN).
  10. mobile device (MFG1) for transfer a composite image information, having the following features: a first memory means (SP1) for storing one or more given an emotion representing graphical emotion objects (EO1, EO2, EO3), which consist of a set of Image sections (BA1, BA2, BA3) are composed; one Selector (TAS) for selecting a particular one of the predetermined ones representing an emotion graphic emotion objects; a control device (STE), the designed for it is, a plurality of predetermined or altered emotion objects to assemble a composite image information which transferable to another mobile device is, wherein the control device is further adapted to the composite Image information to add a transformation information, which indicates that when playing the composite image information the entire first emotion object or its associated one Image sections are self-contained in a temporal structure change, that a sequence of consecutive emotion objects (EO1, ZO1, ZO2), which is a second emotion object (EO2) to gradually align; a transmission device (FM, FM1) for transmission a composite image information the first graphic emotion object to another mobile device.
  11. mobile device according to claim 10, further comprising a manipulation device (FT, DSP) to change at least one image portion of the set of image portions of the selected Emotional object and to add this changed Emotionsobjekts to the composite image information.
  12. mobile device according to claim 10 or 11, wherein the selection device is a keyboard (TAS), whose keys each have a predetermined graphic Emotionsobjekt are assigned.
  13. mobile device according to one of the claims 10 to 12, wherein the manipulation device is a display device (DSP) to display the individual image sections of the selected emotion object and for selecting the image section to be changed having.
  14. mobile device according to one of the claims 10 to 13, in which the manipulation device has a second storage device (SP2) are stored in the predetermined image sections, which one for that are designed with an associated with a given emotion object Image section to modify of the emotion object to be exchanged.
  15. mobile device according to one of the claims 10 to 14, wherein the transmission device a radio module (FM, FM1), which is designed with a another mobile device or to communicate with a mobile network.
  16. A mobile device according to claim 10, wherein the control means is further adapted to provide the individual emotion objects in the composite image information with temporal information (T1, T2, TM) indicating in what time union structure the individual emotion objects in a composite image information receiving mobile device are playable.
  17. mobile device according to one of the claims 10 to 16, in which a given emotion object is further a Audio-control information (AI), a mechanical control information (MI) and / or another optical control information is assigned.
  18. mobile device according to one of the claims 10 to 17, as a mobile phone (MFG1) or as a computer is designed with radio module.
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