JP2000307707A - Telephone set - Google Patents

Telephone set

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JP2000307707A
JP2000307707A JP11111313A JP11131399A JP2000307707A JP 2000307707 A JP2000307707 A JP 2000307707A JP 11111313 A JP11111313 A JP 11111313A JP 11131399 A JP11131399 A JP 11131399A JP 2000307707 A JP2000307707 A JP 2000307707A
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Takeshi Tomimori
健史 冨森
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三菱電機株式会社
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(57) [Summary] [Problem] Although it is possible to intuitively identify the image of the other party by displaying a portrait along with the name and telephone number, there is a problem that it is difficult to convey emotion. SOLUTION: A storage table 7A in which caricature image data is associated with a start-up telephone number and a name, and a balloon data table 7D storing various balloon data, are provided.
The speech balloon read out from the speech balloon data table 7D is displayed together with the portrait, on condition that the portrait is displayed by the portrait image data read from the CPU.

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DETAILED DESCRIPTION OF THE INVENTION

[0001]

BACKGROUND OF THE INVENTION 1. Field of the Invention The present invention relates to a telephone device,
In particular, the present invention relates to a telephone device capable of displaying a portrait with a telephone number and a name.

[0002]

2. Description of the Related Art In recent years, multifunctional telephone devices have been widely used, and in addition to names and telephone numbers, icons and portraits symbolizing a partner identified by a name are stored in a memory dial. 2. Description of the Related Art A telephone device has been developed which has a function of making it easy to visually search by displaying it at the time of searching, and enabling even a child who cannot read characters to search.

[0003] As described above, for example, Japanese Patent Application Laid-Open No. 9-83630 discloses a conventional portrait, but the present applicant has previously reduced the amount of image data for displaying a portrait. Telephone device was proposed. FIG.
2 is a block diagram showing the configuration of the telephone device. In the following description, a case where the telephone device is a mobile communication terminal will be described as an example.

In FIG. 12, reference numeral 101 denotes an antenna,
2 is a wireless unit, 103 is a portrait image synthesis unit that creates a portrait image according to a portrait element number selected by the user or a registered portrait element number, and 104 is a CPU.
And a control unit 105 for making a call or selecting a portrait element number to register a portrait of the other party. FIG. 13 shows the input device 105.
FIG. 4 is an explanatory diagram showing key types and key layouts of FIG.

Reference numeral 106 denotes an image display device (display device) capable of displaying a telephone number, a name, a portrait, etc., 107 a storage unit,
Reference numeral 107A denotes a storage table in which registration numbers, telephone numbers, names, and portrait (elements of hair, eyebrows, eyes, nose, mouth, face outline) numbers are associated with each other as shown in FIG. Reference numeral 107B denotes a portrait element image data storage unit that stores image data of portrait elements obtained by dividing a portrait into a plurality of elements, and stores, for each element, hair, eyebrows, eyes, nose, mouth, face outline, and the like. The registration number and the image data are associated with each other, as shown in FIG.
(F). Reference numeral 107C denotes a temporary storage area for temporarily storing a telephone number, a portrait, and the like selected at the time of registering the telephone number, portrait, and searching, as shown in FIG.

Next, the operation will be described. First, registration of a portrait, a procedure for making a search based on the registered portrait and making a call, and a procedure for receiving an incoming call will be described using an example in which the input device 105 having the key type and key arrangement shown in FIG. I do.

FIGS. 17 and 18 are flowcharts showing the operation of registering a portrait. Phone number using input device 105
When the name is input, these input data are temporarily stored in the temporary storage area 107C via the control unit 104 (steps ST101 and ST102). When the input of the telephone number and name is completed, the temporary storage area 107C
The initial value is set to the portrait element number of (step ST1)
03, step ST104), and the portrait image combining section 103 combines portraits according to the initial values. The composition of the portrait is performed by using the image data of the portrait element corresponding to the initial value of the portrait element number, and the synthesized portrait image is stored in the temporary storage area 107C by the control unit 104. The combined portrait image is displayed on image display device 106 (steps ST116 and ST117).

For example, if the initial values of the portrait element numbers are all “1”, the portrait element image data storage unit 107
The hair of the image data of the portrait element corresponding to “No. 1” of B,
The portrait image synthesis unit 103 synthesizes a portrait using each element such as the eyebrows, eyes, nose, mouth, and face outline (step ST1).
16) The control unit 104 stores the obtained portrait image data in the temporary storage area 107C. Then, the portrait image data stored in the temporary storage area 107C is displayed by the control unit 104 on the image display device 106 when the portrait is displayed (step ST117). According to such a procedure, a portrait image with a portrait element number initial value is displayed on the image display device 106 at the time of portrait registration as shown in FIG.

Next, the user selects a favorite portrait element using the keys of the input device 105. In this case, first, FIG.
By selecting and operating one of the keys "1" and "3" shown in FIG. 3, the portrait element of the hairstyle is changed. in this case,
For example, the key of “3” to select has a function for incrementing the portrait element number of the portrait element of the hairstyle, and the key of “1” to select the portrait element number of the portrait element of the hairstyle is −.
1 is provided. Next, "4" and "6"
The eyebrow and eye caricature elements are changed by selecting one of the keys. In this case, the functions of the keys are the same as the functions of the keys “1” and “3”. Next, by selecting and operating one of the keys “7” and “9”, the portrait elements of the mouth and nose are changed. The function of each key in this case is “1” or “3”.
The function is the same as that of the key. Next, one of the “*” and “#” keys is selected and operated to change the facial caricature element of the face outline.

As described above, when the user requests the change of the portrait element by the key operation of the input device 105, the control unit 1
04, the portrait element number of the temporary storage area 107C is changed. After the change, the portrait image synthesis unit 103 performs the portrait synthesis process again in accordance with the portrait element number, and the synthesized image is stored in the temporary storage area 107C.
04 is displayed on the image display device 106.

For example, the portrait element number of the hairstyle is 20,
If the portrait element number of the eyebrows / eyes is 5, the portrait element number of the mouth / nose is 9, and the portrait element number of the contour of the face is 13, pressing the “3” key of the input device 105 will temporarily The portrait element number of the hairstyle in the storage area 107C is increased by one to 21 (steps ST105 and ST1).
06).

Next, a portrait is synthesized by the portrait image synthesis unit 103 according to the portrait element number of the temporary storage area 107C and stored in the temporary storage area 107C (step S).
T116), the image is displayed on the image display device 106 (step ST117). The display screen at this time is shown in FIG.
It looks like 9. As described above, each time the portrait element number is changed, the above-described processing is performed.
At 06, a composite image according to the portrait element number selected by the user is immediately displayed.

[0013] When the user performs the above selection operation and the caricature desired to be registered is completed, the user presses the "memory" key of the input device 105 as an input indicating a decision (step ST).
113). Then, the registration number is input by key operation of the input device 105 (step ST114), and the input registration number and the name, telephone number, and each portrait element number stored in the temporary storage area 107C have the registration number. 1
Table 107 as one memory dial table
A is stored in order (step ST115). This storage result is as shown in FIG.

FIG. 20 is a flowchart showing a search / transmission operation by a memory dial. After pressing the “call” key of the input device 105, pressing the scroll “の” key starts a search operation in the order of registration numbers of the memory dial. First, the one with the smaller registration number of the memory dial table of the storage table 107A is copied to the temporary storage area 107C via the control unit 104 (step ST201). Next, a portrait image is created by the portrait image synthesis unit 103 according to the value of the portrait element number in the temporary storage area 107C (step ST202). The synthesizing method is the same as the procedure of the portrait registration process. The created portrait image is stored in the temporary storage area 107.
C (step ST203). Next, the content of the memory dial search is displayed on the screen of the image display device 106 according to the value of the portrait element number in the temporary storage area 107C (step ST204). FIG. 21 shows an example of display on the image display device 106 in this manner.

Here, when the user presses the scroll "キ ー" key to search, the contents of the memory dial table next to or before the registration number stored in the temporary storage area 107C are read from the storage table 107A to the control unit 1.
04 to the temporary storage area 107C (step ST206, step ST207), and the above procedure (step ST202, step ST203, step ST2)
The image display device 1 creates and stores a portrait in the same manner as in 04).
06 is displayed.

When the user presses the "send" key of the input device 105 while the memory dial to be called is displayed, a screen showing "calling" as shown in FIG. 22 is displayed on the image display device 106. It is displayed (step ST209), and a call is made to the telephone number stored in the temporary storage area 107C (step ST210).
Thereafter, when the other party accepts the call, "calling" is displayed instead of "calling" in FIG. 22, and the processing during the call is performed (steps ST211 and ST213).
By displaying a portrait at the time of calling or during a call in this way, it is possible to create a sense of reality when talking with the partner of the displayed portrait.

Whether the call ends (step ST214,
(Step ST215) or when the "end" key is pressed when the other party does not answer the phone (step ST212).
Displays the original standby screen on image display device 106 (step ST216).

Operation at the time of incoming call (when there is a calling number notification at the time of incoming call) In this case, the storing table 107A is used with the calling number as a key.
Search the memory dial table for. As a result, if there is a matching telephone number, the name and the portrait element number corresponding to the telephone number are copied to the temporary storage area 107C, and the portrait image combining unit 10 is copied based on the portrait element number.
3, a portrait is created, and the portrait image is stored in the temporary storage area 10
After being stored in 7C, it is displayed on the image display device 106. At this time, the screen display is changed to “incoming” instead of “ringing” in FIG. 22, and the name, telephone number, and portrait image are displayed in the temporary storage area 107C. With this operation, it is possible to intuitively confirm not only the name or telephone number but also a portrait at the time of the incoming call, so that the incoming call can be dealt with reliably and quickly without making a mistake in the other party.

[0019]

Since the conventional telephone device is configured as described above, the image of the other party can be intuitively identified by displaying a portrait along with the name and telephone number, but the problem that the emotion is difficult to be transmitted. there were.

SUMMARY OF THE INVENTION The present invention has been made to solve the above-mentioned problems. By displaying a speech bubble suitable for the day, time, etc. at the time of a call together with a portrait, the intention and emotion are more clearly conveyed, and the operability is improved. It is an object of the present invention to obtain a telephone device capable of achieving the following.

[0021]

A telephone apparatus according to the present invention comprises a storage table in which caricature image data is associated with a starting telephone number and a name, and a speech data table in which various speech data are stored. The image display device combines and displays a portrait with the portrait image data read from the storage table and a balloon with the balloon data read from the balloon data table.

According to the telephone apparatus of the present invention, a portrait element image data storage unit for storing a plurality of portrait image element data obtained by dividing a portrait into a plurality of elements, and image data stored in the portrait element image data storage unit A temporary storage area for temporarily storing each of the portrait elements selected one by one from among the elements, a portrait image synthesis section for synthesizing each of the portrait elements stored in the temporary storage area to create a portrait image, A speech data table storing speech data; and the image display device combines and displays the portrait created by the portrait image composition section with speech balloons read from the speech data table.

The telephone apparatus according to the present invention selects the balloon data to be read from the balloon data table and changes the balloon to be displayed according to the lapse of time from the time of the incoming call.

The telephone device according to the present invention includes a male speech data table storing male speech data and a female speech data table storing female speech data, and the portrait image to be displayed is male. In this case, the speech data to be read from the male speech data table is selected, and when the portrait image to be displayed is a woman, the speech data to be read from the female speech data table is selected.

The telephone apparatus according to the present invention selects balloon data to be read from a balloon data table and changes a balloon to be displayed, based on a portrait element synthesized by the portrait image synthesizing unit.

The telephone apparatus according to the present invention selects balloon data to be read from the balloon data table based on personal data stored in the recording table, and changes the balloon to be displayed.

The telephone apparatus according to the present invention selects balloon data to be read from the balloon data table according to the date and time of the incoming call, and changes the balloon to be displayed.

[0028]

DETAILED DESCRIPTION OF THE PREFERRED EMBODIMENTS One embodiment of the present invention will be described below. Embodiment 1 FIG. FIG. 1 is a block diagram showing a configuration of a telephone device according to Embodiment 1 of the present invention. In FIG. 1, 1 is an antenna, 2 is a wireless unit, 3 is a portrait image synthesis unit that creates a portrait image according to a portrait element number selected by the user or a registered portrait element number,
4 is a control unit such as a CPU, 5 is an input device for making a call or selecting a portrait element number and registering a portrait of the other party, and 6 is an image capable of displaying a telephone number, a name, a portrait, etc. These are display devices (display devices), which are substantially the same as the conventional device shown in FIG. 12 and will not be described in detail.

Reference numeral 7 denotes a storage unit. 7A is a storage table in which registration numbers, telephone numbers, names, element numbers of portraits, birth dates, and genders are stored in association with each other, as shown in FIG. 2, and 7B is a portrait. The portrait element image data storage unit stores the image data of the portrait elements obtained by dividing the image into a plurality of elements in the same manner as in FIG. 15 for each element. As shown in FIG. This is a temporary storage area for temporarily storing a name, a telephone number, a portrait element, and the like that are selected at the time. 7B is a balloon data table storing various balloon data, and data tables corresponding to the contents thereof are prepared as shown in FIGS. 7E is a personal data table in which personal data such as the date of birth is recorded, and 7F is a storage section for storing the elapsed time from the time of the incoming call. Reference numeral 8 denotes a clock unit, 9 denotes a random number generation unit, and 10 denotes a balloon determination unit.

Next, the operation will be described. The portrait registration operation and the memory dial search / transmission operation are shown in FIG.
7, the description of the operation at the time of an incoming call will be described with reference to the flowchart shown in FIG.

When the apparatus starts operating, it is determined whether there is an incoming call (step ST1). If YES, the memory dial table in the storage table 7A is searched to find a telephone number that matches the outgoing telephone number. Is determined (steps ST2 and ST3), and if NO, FIG.
A normal incoming call display is performed as shown in FIG.
4) Then, it is determined whether the incoming call is terminated (step ST).
5) If YES, end the operation.

On the other hand, if the determination in step ST3 is YES, the name and the portrait element number corresponding to the telephone number are copied to temporary storage area 7C (step ST3).
6), the portrait image synthesis unit 3 based on the portrait element number
Creates a portrait (step ST7). Next, it is determined whether a portrait is displayed (step ST8). If NO, a normal incoming call display is performed (step ST9), and thereafter, it is determined whether the incoming call is terminated (step ST10) and YES.
If so, the operation ends.

If the decision result in the step ST8 is YES, the speech data is read out from the speech data table 7D (step ST11) and is stored in the temporary storage area 7C together with the portrait created (step ST1).
2) The stored contents are transferred to the image display device 6 via the control unit 4.
Is displayed as shown in FIG. 8B (step ST1).
3).

As described above, according to the first embodiment,
Since the balloon is displayed together with the portrait, the intention and emotion of the call can be more clearly conveyed, and the operability can be improved.

Embodiment 2 In the second embodiment, the selection of a balloon to be displayed is selected in accordance with the date, time, etc. of the incoming call, and FIG. 11 is a flowchart showing the operation of the second embodiment. This operation is performed instead of step ST11 in FIG.

If the result of the determination in step ST8 of FIG. 7 is YES, that is, if it is determined that a portrait is to be displayed,
Whether a certain time has elapsed since the incoming call is determined based on a signal from the elapsed time storage unit 7F that measures the time from the clock unit 8 (step ST21), and if NO, the incoming date is, for example, 1/1. It is determined whether there is a balloon that matches the date (step ST22), and if YES, the arrival date 1 / is determined from the balloon data table 7D of FIG. 3 corresponding to the date.
The first balloon data conforming to No. 1 is selected (step ST23). On the other hand, if NO, it is determined whether the arrival time is between 7:00 AM and 10:00 AM (step ST24), and if YES, it matches the arrival time from the balloon data table of FIG. 5 corresponding to the time. 3
The second balloon data is selected (step ST2)
5). If NO, the random number generation section 9 is operated to generate a random number (step ST26), and the random number is used to select, for example, the second balloon data in the standard balloon table shown in FIG. 6 (step ST27).

On the other hand, if the result of the determination in step ST21 is YES, that is, after a certain period of time has elapsed since the incoming call, the random number generator 9 is operated to generate a random number (step ST28). For example, the first balloon data in the balloon data table shown in (1) is selected (step ST29). Next, in this case, it is determined whether or not, for example, the hair element number among the portrait elements of the portrait to be displayed is 51 or more (step ST30), and YE
If S, the first balloon data table for women shown in FIG. 10 is selected as balloon data corresponding to the selected balloon data (step ST31),
If NO, the first balloon data table for men shown in FIG. 9 is selected as balloon data corresponding to the selected balloon data (step ST3).
2). Then, the speech balloon based on the selected speech data is stored in the temporary storage area 7C together with the portrait,
The image is displayed on the image display device 6 via the control unit 4 as shown in FIG.

As described above, according to the second embodiment, it is possible to display the balloon based on the balloon data selected according to the date and time of the incoming call, so that the will and the emotion can be more clearly conveyed. Operability can be further improved. In addition, when the balloon is not performed according to the date and time of the incoming call, the balloon data is selected at random by random numbers, so that the display contents of the balloon are varied and the transmission of intentions and emotions is further improved.

In the illustrated example, the gender is determined based on the size of the portrait element number, but may be determined based on the gender data stored in the storage table 7A as shown in FIG. In the illustrated example, the balloon data selected in the balloon data table shown in FIG. 4 is selected by gender in the balloon data tables of FIGS. 9 and 10 according to gender. For the selected balloon data in the balloon data table, the balloon may be changed according to gender. Also, if personal data, for example, the date of birth of the telephone device owner is stored and stored in the personal data table 7E, and there is an incoming call on that date, in step ST22 of FIG. 11, the balloon data table 3 shown in FIG. You can select a number to display a "happy birthday" balloon.

[0040]

As described above, according to the present invention, the portrait and the speech balloon data read from the speech balloon data table are combined and displayed, so that the image of the other party can be intuitively identified. And clearly communicate their will and emotions,
There is an effect that operability can be improved.

According to the present invention, since the portrait created by the portrait image composition section and the speech balloon read out from the speech balloon data table are combined and displayed, it is possible to intuitively identify the image of the communication partner. As a result, it is possible to clearly communicate intentions and emotions, and it is possible to improve operability.

According to the present invention, the speech data to be displayed is changed by changing the speech data read from the speech data table according to the lapse of time from the time of the incoming call, so that the image of the other party can be intuitively identified. And can clearly communicate intentions and feelings, thereby improving operability.

According to the present invention, the speech balloon read from the male speech data table is displayed when the destination is a male, and the speech balloon read from the female speech data table is displayed when the female is a female. There is an effect that a speech balloon adapted to the above can be displayed.

According to the present invention, the balloon to be displayed is changed by changing the balloon data read from the balloon data table based on the portrait image elements synthesized by the portrait image synthesis unit. The effect is that the contents are varied and communication of wills and emotions can be further improved.

According to the present invention, since the balloon data is changed based on the personal data stored in the personal table, there is an effect that the balloon suitable for the individual can be displayed.

According to the present invention, since the balloon data is selected based on the date and time at the time of the incoming call, there is an effect that the balloon suitable for the date and time can be displayed.

[Brief description of the drawings]

FIG. 1 is a block diagram showing a configuration of a telephone device according to Embodiment 1 of the present invention.

FIG. 2 is a storage table in which a registration number, a telephone number, a name, an element number of a portrait, and the like of the telephone device according to Embodiment 1 of the present invention are associated with each other.

FIG. 3 is a balloon data table corresponding to the date of the telephone device according to the first embodiment of the present invention.

FIG. 4 is a balloon data table corresponding to a predetermined time or more after an incoming call of the telephone device according to the first embodiment of the present invention.

FIG. 5 is a balloon data table corresponding to the time of the telephone device according to the first embodiment of the present invention.

FIG. 6 is a speech balloon data table corresponding to a standard speech balloon of the telephone device according to Embodiment 1 of the present invention.

FIG. 7 is a flowchart illustrating an operation of the telephone device according to the first embodiment of the present invention.

FIG. 8 is a display state diagram of the image display device.

FIG. 9 is a speech balloon data table corresponding to a man of the telephone device according to Embodiment 1 of the present invention.

FIG. 10 is a speech balloon data table corresponding to a woman of the telephone device according to Embodiment 1 of the present invention.

FIG. 11 is a flowchart illustrating an operation of the telephone device according to the second embodiment of the present invention.

FIG. 12 is a block diagram showing a configuration of a conventional telephone device.

FIG. 13 is an explanatory diagram showing a key type and a key arrangement of an input device of the telephone device.

FIG. 14 is a storage table in which registration numbers, telephone numbers, names, and portrait element numbers of the telephone device are associated with each other.

FIG. 15 is an explanatory view showing portrait element image data in which image data of each portrait element and a registration number are stored in association with each other.

FIG. 16 is an explanatory diagram showing a temporary storage area for temporarily storing a telephone number, a portrait, and the like selected at the time of registering and retrieving the telephone number and portrait in the telephone device.

FIG. 17 is a flowchart showing a portrait registration operation of the telephone device.

FIG. 18 is a flowchart showing a portrait registration operation of the telephone device.

FIG. 19 is an explanatory diagram showing a portrait image displayed when a portrait is synthesized and elements such as hair, eyebrows, eyes, nose, mouth, face outline, and the like.

FIG. 20 is a flowchart showing a search and transmission operation of the telephone device by a memory dial.

FIG. 21 is an explanatory diagram showing the contents at the time of memory dial search displayed on the screen of the image display device.

FIG. 22 is an explanatory diagram showing a screen of the image display device showing “calling” on which a portrait is displayed.

[Description of Signs] 3 portrait image synthesis section, 6 image display device, 7A storage table, 7B portrait element image data storage section, 7C
Temporary storage area, 7D balloon data table, 7E
Personal data table, 9 random number generator.

Claims (7)

[Claims]
1. A storage table in which caricature image data is associated with a telephone number and a name, a speech data table in which various speech data are stored, a caricature by caricature image data read from the storage table, and the speech balloon A telephone device comprising: an image display device that combines and displays a speech balloon based on speech balloon data read from a data table.
2. A caricature element image data storage unit for storing a plurality of caricature element image data obtained by dividing a caricature into a plurality of elements, and each one of the image data stored in the caricature element image data storage unit A temporary storage area for temporarily storing each of the portrait elements selected one by one, a portrait image synthesis section for synthesizing each of the portrait elements stored in the temporary storage area to create a portrait image, and a speech balloon for storing various balloon data A telephone device comprising: a data table; and an image display device for combining and displaying a portrait created by the portrait image combining unit and a balloon based on balloon data read from the balloon data table.
3. Selecting balloon data to be read out from a balloon data table according to a lapse of time from an incoming call,
3. The telephone device according to claim 1, wherein a balloon to be displayed is changed.
4. A speech balloon data table for men that stores speech data for men and a speech data table for women that stores speech data for women,
If the portrait image to be displayed is male, select balloon data to be read from the male balloon data table,
3. The telephone device according to claim 1, wherein, when the portrait image to be displayed is a woman, the speech data to be read from the speech data table for women is selected.
5. The telephone device according to claim 2, wherein the speech data to be displayed is changed by selecting speech data to be read from the speech data table based on the portrait elements synthesized by the portrait image composition section.
6. The telephone according to claim 1, wherein the speech data to be read from the speech data table is selected based on the personal data stored in the record table, and the speech balloon to be displayed is changed. apparatus.
7. A speech balloon to be displayed is selected from speech balloon data tables according to a date and time when a call arrives, and a speech balloon to be displayed is changed.
Or the telephone device according to claim 2.
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