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JP2012115510A
JP2012115510A JP2010268397A JP2010268397A JP2012115510A JP 2012115510 A JP2012115510 A JP 2012115510A JP 2010268397 A JP2010268397 A JP 2010268397A JP 2010268397 A JP2010268397 A JP 2010268397A JP 2012115510 A JP2012115510 A JP 2012115510A
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Hokuto Furusawa
Yuki Hatayama
Takamichi Murayama
Kengo Nakanishi
aya Uchiyama
謙悟 中西
綾 内山
北斗 古沢
隆運 村山
裕貴 畑山
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PROBLEM TO BE SOLVED: To provide an operational toy that can be felt that sound or light is emitted by its own operation.
When a key member 30 is inserted into a key cylinder 40 attached to a toy body 20, when the key member 30 is completely inserted, the key member 30 turns on the first switch, and the key member 30 Make sure it is fully inserted. When the key member 30 is rotated in this state, some of the plurality of second switches 45 are turned on. Since sound and light are emitted in a predetermined pattern according to the combination of the second switches 45 turned on at this time, it can be felt that sound and light are emitted by own operation.
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Description

  The present invention relates to a moving toy.

  Conventionally, toys that emit sound and light (video) are known (Patent Document 1). As shown in FIG. 13, the mobile phone type toy 100 described in Patent Document 1 is configured by connecting a telephone body 101 and a lid body 103 with a display unit 102 so as to be opened and closed by a hinge unit 104. Yes. The telephone body 101 and the lid 103 are provided with a sound detection sensor 105 and a sound generation speaker 106, and a main switch 107 is also provided.

  An appropriate display image is displayed on the display unit 102 by turning on the main switch 107 or sound detection by the sound detection sensor 105, and a phrase stored in advance is output from the sound generation speaker 106 inside the cellular phone toy 100. A control device (not shown). This control device is configured to output an appropriate phrase when the sound detection sensor 105 interrupts the voice of an infant who is a user.

  As a result, the infant can be interested and have fun, and can play words through pseudo-communication.

Utility Model Registration No. 3108962

  However, the mobile phone type toy 100 described in Patent Document 1 described above operates only in response to the voice of the user, is monotonous, and lacks interest.

  Then, an object of this invention is to provide the operation | movement toy which increased more interest property.

  An operation toy of the present invention is an operation toy having a toy main body, a key cylinder attached to the toy main body, and a key member that can be inserted into the key cylinder. The key cylinder has the key member completely inserted therein. And a plurality of second switches that are turned on when the first switch is turned off and the first switch is turned off. According to the combination of the second switches, the sound and light are emitted in a predetermined pattern.

In the operation toy of the present invention, the key cylinder has an insertion hole for inserting the key member, a rotating member that rotates as the key member rotates, and a first switch on the distal end side of the insertion hole. A first switch pressing portion that has a plurality of the second switches along the insertion hole, and the key member turns on the first switch via the rotating member at the distal end of the insertion portion to be inserted into the key cylinder. And a second switch pressing portion that turns on at least one of the plurality of second switches on the side surface of the insertion portion.

  In the action toy of the present invention, it is preferable that the second switch is pressed after the rotation of the key member releases the pressing of the first switch by the rotating member. Further, it is preferable that the rotating member includes a fan plate having a central angle smaller than an allowable rotation angle of the rotating member, and the first switch is pressed by the fan plate. Moreover, it has a control part which controls operation | movement of the operation | movement toy provided with the receiving part which receives the signal from a 1st switch and a 2nd switch, and after receiving the OFF signal of a 1st switch in a receiving part Thus, it is preferable to start receiving a signal from the second switch.

In the action toy according to the present invention, the key member preferably has an insertion part inserted into the key cylinder and a grip part gripped by the user, and the grip part is preferably a doll body.

  According to the operation toy according to the present invention, a toy with more interest can be provided.

1 is an overall perspective view of an action toy according to an embodiment of the present invention. It is a perspective view after a toy body after deformation. It is the whole key perspective view. It is a disassembled perspective view of a key. (A) is a front view of the state which extended the lower half of the doll body which is a holding part, (B) is a side view, (C) is a rear view. It is. (A) is the front view of the state which bent the lower half of the doll body which is a holding part upward, (B) is a side view, (C) is a rear view. (A) is a front view of a key body, and (B) is a bottom view. It is a perspective view of a key cylinder. It is a block diagram which shows a control system. It is sectional drawing of the XX position in FIG. It is the perspective view seen from the upper direction of a rotation member. (A) is a side view which shows the relationship between a key and a 1st switch, (B) is explanatory drawing which shows the rotation angle of a key, and the positional relationship of a 1st switch and a 2nd switch. It is a perspective view of the conventional mobile phone type toy.

  Embodiments according to the present invention will be described with reference to the drawings. As shown in FIG. 1, an operation toy 10 according to this embodiment includes a mobile phone type toy 20 which is a toy body, a key cylinder 40 attached to the mobile phone type toy 20, and a key for operating the key cylinder 40. Member 30.

  As shown in FIG. 2, the mobile phone type toy 20 is attached to the lower housing 22 having an input unit 21 composed of a plurality of dummy input keys 211 and to the lower housing 22 via a hinge 23 so as to be opened and closed. In addition, an upper housing 24 is provided.

  A key cylinder 40 is attached to the input unit 21 on the hinge 23 side of the lower housing 22, and an insertion hole 41 into which the key member 30 is inserted is exposed on the surface of the lower housing 22. The key cylinder 40 is electrically connected to a control unit 50 that controls the operation of the toy body. The control unit 50 includes a sound generation control unit 51 that controls the generation of sound and a light emission that controls the generation of light. A control unit 52 is connected (see FIG. 9). The control unit 50, the sound generation control unit 51, the light emission control unit 52, and the like can be accommodated in the lower housing 22, for example.

As shown in FIG. 2, the upper housing 24 is deformable. For example, the upper housing 24 is divided into left and right and deformed into an X shape as a whole. At this time, a light emitting device can be provided on the sword pattern 25 drawn on the upper housing 24 to emit light.
The lower housing 22 can also be provided with a light emitting device 26 around the key cylinder 40 or a speaker 27 that emits sound.

  As shown in FIGS. 3 and 4, the key member 30 includes a key body 31 that is an insertion portion inserted into the key cylinder 40, and a grip portion 32 that a user grips. Here, the gripping part 32 is constituted by a doll body 33. The doll body 33 has an upper body 34 and a lower limb 35, and the lower limb 35 is supported so as to be rotatable in the front-rear direction with respect to the upper body 34. A key body 31 is fixed to the upper body 34 so as to protrude downward. Further, both arms 341 and 341 and a head 342 are rotatably attached to the upper body 34.

  As shown in FIGS. 3 and 5, in a state where the lower limbs 35 are extended downward with respect to the upper body 34, the key member 30 becomes a doll body 33, and by rotating both arms 341 and the head 342, various members You can play by transforming into a shape. In this state, when viewed from the front, the key body 31 is hidden behind the lower limb 35 and cannot be seen.

  Further, as shown in FIG. 6, when the lower limbs 35 are rotated and overlapped with respect to the upper body 34, the key body 31 appears, and the upper body 34 and the stacked lower limbs 35 are connected to the grip portion 32 of the key member 30. Become. Therefore, when the key member 30 is inserted into the key cylinder 40 and used, the lower limb 35 is rotated upward as shown in FIG.

  As shown in FIG. 7, the key body 31 has an attachment portion 311 for attaching the grip portion 32 to the upper portion. Further, the key body 31 is provided with a groove 312 having a semicircular cross section along the vertical direction, and becomes a center of rotation when inserted into the key cylinder 40 and rotated.

  The front end surface of the key body 31 presses the first switch 44 (see FIG. 8) of the key cylinder 40 in order to confirm that the key body 31 is completely inserted into the insertion hole 41 of the key cylinder 40 described later. It becomes the 1st switch press part 314. On the outer side of the key body 31, a plurality of convex portions 313 as second switch pressing portions are provided in various patterns. The convex portion 313 turns on the second switch 45 (see FIG. 8) of the key cylinder 40 by rotating the key member 30.

  Here, since six second switches 45 are provided as described later, six convex portions 313 can be provided. Therefore, only the necessary convex portion 313 is provided among the six convex portions 313A, 313B, 313C, 313D, 313E, and 313F, and the unnecessary convex portion 313 becomes a space (gap). In the case of the key member 30 shown in FIG. 7, the convex part 313E is not provided.

  As shown in FIG. 8, the key cylinder 40 has a base portion 48 attached to the lower casing 22 of the mobile phone type toy 20 and a key cylinder body 42 attached on the base portion 48. A rotating body 43 that is rotated by the key member 30 is provided inside the cylinder body 42. The rotating body 43 is provided with an insertion hole 41 (see FIG. 2) into which the key member 30 is inserted, and a shaft 46 is provided immediately below the insertion hole 41. Therefore, when the key member 30 is inserted from the insertion hole 41, the shaft 46 is fitted into the groove 312 of the key member 30, and becomes the center of rotation. And the convex part 313 provided in the key member 30 protrudes the outer side of the rotary body 43. FIG.

  A plurality of second switches 45 are provided around the rotating body 43 in the vertical direction. The second switch 45 is provided at a position rotated by an allowable rotation angle θ1 from the insertion position of the key member 30 (see FIG. 12B). Here, for example, six second switches 45 are provided, and second switches 45A, 45B, 45C, 45D, 45E, and 45F are provided from the upper side.

  A rotating member 47 that can be rotated by a predetermined angle as the key member 30 rotates is provided on the base portion 48 at the lower end of the shaft 46, and a first switch 44 is provided below the rotating member 47. Is provided. As shown in FIGS. 10 and 11, the rotating member 47 includes a substantially semicircular upper plate 471 and a fan-shaped fan plate 472 provided below the upper plate 471, and the upper plate 471. Further, the first vertical wall 473 and the second vertical wall 474 form a fitting portion that fits the tip (lower end) of the key member 30 above the fan plate 472.

  Further, as shown in FIG. 12B, the rotation angle of the key member 30 from the initial insertion position of the key member 30 until the key member 30 contacts the second switch 45, that is, the allowable rotation angle of the rotation member 47 is an angle. θ1. On the other hand, the central angle of the fan plate 472 is θ2, and this range can contact the first switch 44.

  Therefore, when the key member 30 is inserted and the rotary member 47 is pressed by the first switch pressing portion 314 at the tip of the key member 30, the lower surface of the fan plate 472 presses the first switch 44 to turn it on. When the key member 30 is turned in this state (in the direction of the arrow in FIG. 12B), the first switch 44 does not move, so that the fan plate 472 of the rotating member 47 slides with the upper end surface of the first switch 44 pressed. Move.

Here, the fan-shaped central angle θ <b> 2 of the fan plate 472 is set smaller than the allowable rotation angle θ <b> 1 of the fan plate 472. That is, θ1> θ2. For this reason, when the fan plate 472 rotated together with the key member 30 rotates by the angle θ2, the fan plate 472 is detached from the first switch 44, and thus the first switch 44 is turned off.

  At this timing, the convex portion 313 of the key member 30 protruding outward from the rotating body 43 comes into contact with any one of the second switches 45 and turns on the second switch 45 (see FIG. 9). Here, since the convex portion 313E (see FIG. 8) is not provided, the second switch 45E is not turned on.

In the action toy according to the present embodiment, the first switch is pressed by the fan plate having a central angle smaller than the allowable rotation angle of the rotary member, and the fan plate is detached from the first switch 44 as the key member 30 rotates. Then, the convex portion 313 of the key member 30 comes into contact with the second switch at the timing when the first switch is turned off. That is, since the second switch 45 is pressed as the first switch 44 is released, the second switch 45 is turned on while the key member 30 is securely inserted to the tip of the insertion hole. Can do. Therefore, the pressing locations of the plurality of second switches 45 that are selectively pressed by the convex portion 313 of the key member 30 can be reliably matched, and erroneous recognition of the second switch 45 can be avoided.

  In the present embodiment, as shown in FIG. 9, the control unit 50 receives a signal from the first switch 44 and the second switch 45 of the key cylinder 40, and outputs sound according to the combination of the received signals. And a memory 54 for storing light output patterns, a determination unit 55 for selecting an output pattern stored in the memory 54 based on a received signal from the reception unit 53, and light emitting units 25, 26 based on the determination of the determination unit 55. And a sound generation control unit 51 for operating the sound generation unit 27. In the present embodiment, reception of a signal from the second switch 45 is started after the OFF signal of the first switch 44 is received. Thereby, the deviation of the timing at which the second switch is turned on can be reduced. Further, erroneous recognition of the second switch can be prevented more reliably.

  Next, the operation of the motion toy 10 will be described. When playing the key member 30 as the doll body 33, the lower limb 35 is lowered downward (see FIG. 5). Since the arm 341, the head 342, and the like are movable, they are moved to play.

  When playing with the mobile phone type toy 20, the lower limb 35 of the key member 30 is rotated and overlapped with the upper body 34 to expose the key body 31 (see FIG. 6). Next, the upper and lower cases 24 and 22 are opened, and the key body 31 is inserted into the insertion hole 41 of the key cylinder 40.

  When the key member 30 is completely inserted, the first switch pressing unit 314 at the tip of the key member 30 turns on the first switch 44 of the key cylinder 40, so that the control unit 50 performs the light emitting units 25 and 26 and the sound generation unit 27. To notify that the key member 30 has been completely inserted (see FIG. 9).

  When the complete insertion of the key member 30 is confirmed, the key member 30 is rotated. At this time, one of the second switches 45 is turned on at the timing when the first switch 44 is turned off. As a result, the convex portion 313 of the key member 30 turns on the second switch 45 of the key cylinder 40. Therefore, in the control unit 50, the reception unit 53 receives the key signal from the key cylinder 40, and the determination unit 55 Based on this signal, an output pattern is selected from the memory 54, and the light emitting units 25 and 26 and the sounding unit 27 are operated via the light emission control unit 52 and the sounding control unit 51.

  As described above, according to the operation toy 10 according to the embodiment described above, when the key member 30 is inserted into the key cylinder 40 attached to the mobile phone type toy 20 which is the toy body, the key member 30 is completely inserted. Since the key member 30 turns on the first switch 44 and outputs sound and light, it can be easily confirmed that the key member 30 is completely inserted. When the key member 30 is rotated in this state, some of the plurality of second switches 45 are turned on. Since sound and light are emitted in a predetermined pattern according to the combination of the second switches 45 that are turned on at this time, it is possible to feel satisfaction that the sound and light are emitted by the user's own operation. In addition, when any of the second switches 45 is turned on at the timing when the first switch 44 is turned off, a deviation in the timing when the second switch is turned on can be reduced.

  Further, the key member 30 turns the first switch 44 on and turns the key with the key member 30 fully inserted, and recognizes the pressing of the second switch 45 at the timing when the first switch 44 is turned off. Since the second switch 45 is pressed while the member 30 is securely inserted, erroneous recognition of the second switch 45 that is selectively pressed can be avoided.

  Further, when the user holds the grip portion 32 of the key member 30 and inserts the key body 31 of the key member 30 into the insertion hole 41 of the key cylinder 40, the key body 31 is completely inserted. The first switch 44 is turned on by the first switch pressing portion 314 at the tip of the first switch 44. When the key member 30 is rotated, the second switch 45 is turned on by the convex portion 313 provided on the side surface of the key body 31.

  Moreover, since the doll body 33 is provided in the holding part 32 of the key member 30, the key member 30 itself can be enjoyed as a toy. In addition, when the user grips the doll body 33 provided on the grip portion 32 of the key member 30 and operates the key member 30 and inserts the key member 30 into the key cylinder 40, only the doll body 33 is Since it is erected on the mobile phone type toy 20, it can attract interest.

  Furthermore, since the toy body is the mobile phone type toy 20, it is possible to play as a mobile phone only with the toy body. Further, by inserting and operating the key member 30, various sounds are emitted from the mobile phone type toy 20, which can be interesting.

  As mentioned above, although the preferable Example of this invention was described, the action | operation toy 10 which concerns on this invention is not limited to embodiment mentioned above, In the range of the summary of this invention described in the claim Various modifications and changes are possible. That is, in the above-described embodiment, the case where the toy body is the mobile phone type toy 11 is exemplified, but the present invention is not limited to this. In addition, the doll body 33 that is the grip portion 32 of the key member 30 can be exchanged depending on the situation.

10 Action Toy 20 Mobile Phone Toy (Toy Body)
30 Key member 31 Key body (insertion part)
313 Convex part (second switch pressing part)
314 First switch pressing part 32 Grasping part 33 Doll body 40 Key cylinder 41 Insertion hole 44 First switch 45 Second switch

An operation toy of the present invention is an operation toy having a toy main body, a key cylinder attached to the toy main body, and a key member that can be inserted into the key cylinder. The key cylinder has the key member completely inserted therein. A first switch that is turned on when the key switch is turned on, a plurality of second switches that are turned on when the first switch is turned off, has a light emitting portion, in accordance with the combination of the second switch becomes on, the configuration and a control unit for selecting the light emission output pattern pronunciation and / or the light emitting portion of the sound generator.

An operation toy of the present invention is an operation toy having a toy main body, a key cylinder attached to the toy main body, and a key member that can be inserted into the key cylinder. The key cylinder has the key member completely inserted therein. a first switch turned on when the rotates the key member in a state where the first switch is turned on, has a plurality of second switches to be turned on at the timing at which the first switch is turned off, the said The action toy further includes a control unit that selects an output pattern of sound generation of the sound generation unit and / or light emission of the light emission unit according to a combination of the sound generation unit and / or the light emission unit and the second switch that is turned on The structure which has these.

In the action toy of the present invention, it is preferable that the second switch is pressed after the rotation of the key member releases the pressing of the first switch by the rotating member. Further, it is preferable that the rotating member includes a fan plate having a central angle smaller than an allowable rotation angle of the rotating member, and the first switch is pressed by the fan plate. The control unit, e Bei a receiver for receiving signals from the first and second switches, the receiving unit, after receiving an off signal of the first switch, the second switch It is preferable to start receiving signals.

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  1. A toy body,
    A key cylinder attached to the toy body;
    An operation toy having a key member insertable into the key cylinder,
    The key cylinder has a first switch that is turned on when the key member is completely inserted, and a timing at which the first switch is turned off by rotating the key member with the first switch turned on. A plurality of second switches that are turned on at
    An operation toy that emits sound and light in a predetermined pattern according to the combination of the second switches that are turned on.
  2. In claim 1,
    The key cylinder has an insertion hole for inserting the key member, and a rotating member that rotates as the key member rotates,
    Having the first switch on the distal end side of the insertion hole, and having a plurality of the second switches along the insertion hole;
    The key member includes a first switch pressing portion that turns on the first switch via the rotating member at a distal end of an insertion portion that is inserted into the key cylinder, and a plurality of the side surfaces of the insertion portion. An operation toy having a second switch pressing portion that turns on at least one of the second switches.
  3. In claim 2,
    An operation toy in which the second switch is pressed after the pressing of the first switch by the rotating member is released by the rotation of the key member.
  4. In claim 2 or claim 3,
    The rotary member includes a fan having a central angle smaller than an allowable rotation angle of the rotary member, and the first switch is pressed by the fan.
  5. In any one of Claims 1 thru | or 4,
    The operation toy includes a control unit that controls an operation of the operation toy provided with a reception unit that receives signals from the first switch and the second switch. In the reception unit, the first toy An operation toy that starts receiving a signal from the second switch after receiving a switch-off signal.
  6. In any one of Claims 1 thru | or 5,
    The key member has an insertion part to be inserted into the key cylinder and a grip part to be gripped by a user, and the grip part is a doll body.
  7. In any one of Claims 1 thru | or 6,
    An operation toy in which the toy body is a mobile phone type toy.
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