JP5122014B1 - Motion responsive toy and toy body - Google Patents

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JP5122014B1
JP5122014B1 JP2012143575A JP2012143575A JP5122014B1 JP 5122014 B1 JP5122014 B1 JP 5122014B1 JP 2012143575 A JP2012143575 A JP 2012143575A JP 2012143575 A JP2012143575 A JP 2012143575A JP 5122014 B1 JP5122014 B1 JP 5122014B1
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PROBLEM TO BE SOLVED: To provide an operation response toy in which an effect is output not only in response to an operation in which a user brings toy bodies close to each other but also in response to an operation of separating the toy bodies thereafter.
An action-responsive toy 10 has a buckle 20 and rings 40A, 40B. The buckle 20 and the rings 40A and 40B can be respectively attached to the body of the user 11, and can be approached and separated from each other according to the operation of the user who wears them. The main control unit incorporated in the buckle 20 controls to output the first effect to the main output unit in the buckle 20 while determining that the ring 40A or the ring 40B is approaching. On the other hand, when it is determined that the ring 40 </ b> A or the ring 40 </ b> B is separated by the user's operation during the output of the first effect, the second effect is output to the main output unit in the buckle 20. To control.
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  The present invention relates to a motion responsive toy and a toy body, and more particularly to a motion responsive toy that outputs an effect in response to a motion performed by a user, and a toy body used therefor.

  Conventionally, a combination toy that outputs a sound or the like by bringing a figure toy and a figure toy close to each other is known (for example, see Patent Document 1).

  The combination toy described in Patent Document 1 includes two figure toys that are related to each other. One shape toy is provided with response means for storing predetermined information and transmitting the stored information in advance. The other figure toy transmits the information stored in the one figure toy to the response means, reads the read information, and outputs a predetermined sound based on the information read by the reading means. Output means.

  According to this combined toy, not only the two figure toys are brought close to each other, but also the sound is output, and the other figure toy reads the information previously possessed by one figure toy, and the other figure toy reads the other according to the read information. You can play by reacting toy toys.

  By the way, the operation of the user who uses the motion responsive toy includes not only the approach of the article but also the action of separating the article after approaching the article. It is required as a function of the motion responsive toy that it is possible to respond to such an operation of separating the articles, and it matches the original purpose of the motion responsive toy.

JP 2000-93664 A

  However, since the combination toy described in Patent Document 1 functions (generates sound) only when the figure toys are close to each other, the functionality is low and the fun is lacking.

  Therefore, the present invention has been made in view of such circumstances, and its purpose is not only to produce an effect in response to an operation in which the user brings the toy bodies closer together, but also toy bodies thereafter. Another object is to provide an action responsive toy in which an effect is output in response to an action of separating the two.

The present invention is grasped by the following composition.
The motion responsive toy of the present invention has a main toy body and a secondary toy body, and each of the main toy body and the secondary toy body can be attached to or grasped by the user's body, and An action responsive toy configured to be able to approach and separate from each other according to the action of a user wearing or gripping, wherein the main toy body outputs a main control unit and an effect produced by at least one of light emission and sound generation. An output storage unit and an effect storage unit that stores the first effect information and the second effect information, and the main control unit is in a state in which the sub-toy body is close to the main toy body. A state determination unit that can determine whether the state is a separated state, and the main control unit stores the effect storage while the state determination unit determines that the sub-toy body is approaching. Reading the first performance information from the section, The main output unit is controlled to output the first effect based on the read first effect information, while the sub-toy body is separated by the operation of the user during the output of the first effect. When the state determining means determines that the state is a state, the second effect information is read from the effect storage unit, and the second effect is output based on the read second effect information. The output unit is controlled.

  In the motion responsive toy according to the invention, the sub toy body includes a sub control unit, a transmission / reception unit capable of transmitting / receiving signals to / from the outside, and an identification information storage unit storing identification information for identifying the type of the sub toy body The main toy body includes a question signal transmitting unit capable of transmitting a question signal for inquiring the identification information to the sub toy body within a predetermined range to the transmission / reception unit, and the transmission / reception unit. An identification information receiving unit capable of receiving the transmitted identification information, and the sub-control unit receives the identification information from the identification information storage unit in response to receiving the question signal in the transmission / reception unit. The identification information thus read out is transmitted from the transmission / reception unit to the identification information receiving unit, and the state determination means receives the identification information in the identification information receiving unit, so that the sub-range is within the predetermined range. toy It is determined that the sub-toy body is separated from the predetermined range because the identification information received by the identification information receiving unit is not received. And

  In the motion responsive toy according to the invention, the sub toy body has a sub output unit that outputs a sub effect by at least one of light emission and sound generation, and the sub control unit receives the question signal in the transmission / reception unit. Accordingly, the sub output unit is controlled to output a sub effect.

  In the motion response toy according to the invention, the first effect information includes information for causing the main output unit to perform a light emission effect, and the effect storage unit emits light during the light emission effect by the main output unit. A plurality of the first effect information having different colors are stored in association with each identification information, the sub-effect includes a light-emitting effect, and the light emission color at the time of the light-emitting effect in the sub-effect Is the same color as the emission color in the first effect associated with each piece of identification information.

  The motion responsive toy according to the invention is characterized in that the main toy body has a belt part for winding around a user's body, and the auxiliary toy body has a mounting part for mounting on the user's finger. .

  The motion responsive toy according to the present invention is characterized in that the main toy body is a gun-type toy that can be gripped by a user, and the auxiliary toy body has a mounting portion for mounting on a user's finger.

  The motion responsive toy according to the present invention is characterized in that the main toy body is a sword-shaped toy that can be gripped by a user, and the auxiliary toy body has a mounting portion for mounting on a user's finger.

  In the motion responsive toy according to the present invention, the main toy body can reversibly change between the first form and the second form, and the first form and the second form. It has a form detection part which detects which form it has, and the user can change the form of the main toy body from the first form to the second form in the effect storage part First form change instruction information for outputting a first form change instruction prompting the user from the main output unit, and changing the form of the main toy body from the second form to the first form Second form change instruction information for outputting a second form change instruction for prompting from the main output unit is stored, and the main control unit stores the identification information received by the identification information receiving unit in the first form. Identification information that determines whether the information belongs to one group or the second group When the main detection unit detects that the main toy body is in the first form in the form detection unit, the main control unit has the identification information received by the identification information reception unit. When the identification information determination unit determines that the information belongs to the first group, the first effect is performed while the state determination unit determines that the sub-toy body is in an approaching state. When the identification information received by the identification information receiving unit is determined to be information belonging to the second group by the identification information determination unit while controlling the main output unit to perform the production storage The main output unit is controlled to read the first form change instruction information from the unit and output the first form change instruction, and the main control unit is configured to control the main toy body in the form detection unit. Form of 2 If the identification information received by the identification information receiving unit is determined to be information belonging to the second group by the identification information determination unit, the sub-toy body has approached. While the state determination means determines that the state is in the state, the main output unit is controlled to perform the first effect, while the identification information received by the identification information receiving unit is the identification information determination When it is determined by the means that the information belongs to the first group, the main output unit is controlled to read the second form change instruction information from the effect storage unit and output the second form change instruction. It is characterized by that.

  Moreover, it is a toy body which can be used as a sub toy body in an operation response toy.

  The toy body has a ring shape having a decorative portion and a mounting portion for mounting on a user's finger.

  Moreover, the said toy body is provided with the said attachment part with the several thing from which a magnitude | size differs, It can attach or detach with respect to the said decoration part, It is characterized by the above-mentioned.

  According to the present invention, not only the presentation is output in response to the operation in which the user brings the main toy body and the sub-toy body closer, but also according to the operation for separating the main toy body and the sub-toy body thereafter. It is possible to provide an action responsive toy that outputs an effect.

It is a figure which shows the operation | movement response toy of embodiment which concerns on this invention, and its usage condition. It is a perspective view of a buckle. It is a front view of a buckle, (a) is a figure which shows the relief of the form for transformation, (b) is a figure which shows the relief of the form for a deadly technique. It is a figure explaining the power transmission mechanism for changing the form of a relief, and is a figure which removed the relief main body, the disc part, etc. from the buckle shown by Fig.3 (a). It is a figure explaining the structure of the ring for transformation, (a) is a perspective view, (b) is a front view, (c) is a side view. It is a figure explaining the structure of a deathblow ring, (a) is a perspective view, (b) is a front view, (c) is a side view. It is a block diagram which shows the internal structure of a buckle and a ring. It is a flowchart which shows the operation example of an operation | movement response toy. It is a flowchart which shows the continuation of FIG. It is a front view of a buckle, (a) is an action figure in the relief of the form for transformation, (b) is an action figure in the relief of the form for the deadly technique. It is a figure which shows the case where a main toy body is a gun type toy. It is a figure which shows the case where a main toy body is a sword-shaped toy.

  DETAILED DESCRIPTION Hereinafter, embodiments for carrying out the present invention (hereinafter referred to as “embodiments”) will be described in detail with reference to the accompanying drawings. Note that the same number is assigned to the same element throughout the description of the embodiment. The drawings are viewed in the direction of the reference numerals. Further, “left” and “right” indicate directions viewed from the user side wearing the motion responsive toy.

  As shown in FIG. 1, the motion responsive toy 10 of the embodiment includes a buckle (main toy body) 20 and rings (sub toy bodies) 40A and 40B. The buckle 20 and the rings 40 </ b> A and 40 </ b> B can be attached to the body of the user 11 (in this example, the waist and fingers), and can be moved toward and away from each other according to the movement of the user 11 wearing the buckle 20. Is done. The motion responsive toy 10 has a belt portion 12 for attaching the buckle 20 to the waist of the user 11.

  Rings 40A and 40B are a special technique that is attached to one of the user's hands (in this example, the left hand 13L) and to the other hand of the user (in this example, the right hand 13R). It consists of a ring 40B for use. In the following explanation, “A” is added to the reference numerals of the constituent elements of the ring for transformation 40A, and “B” is added to the reference numerals of the constituent elements of the special technique ring 40B. When the transformation ring 40A and the special technique ring 40B are collectively referred to, they are described as “rings 40A and 40B”.

  In the motion response toy 10, when the transformation ring 40 </ b> A or the special technique ring 40 </ b> B approaches or separates from the buckle 20 according to the operation of the user 11, an effect by sound or light comes to be performed. In this way, the user 11 can make a simulated experience of transformation and the execution of a special move.

(Configuration of buckle 20)
The structure of the buckle 20 is demonstrated based on FIGS.
As shown in FIG. 2, the buckle 20 includes a buckle body 21 to which the belt portion 12 is attached, and a relief 22 formed in a relief shape on the front surface of the buckle body 21.

  As shown in FIG. 3A, a disk portion 23 is provided in the center of the front surface of the buckle body 21. The relief 22 is provided on the front surface of the disk portion 23. The relief 22 is formed in a shape imitating a human hand, and includes a relief body 25 imitating four fingers other than the thumb, and two left and right thumb portions 26C and 26D imitating the thumb. The relief body 25 is provided so as to be rotatable with respect to the disk portion 23, and at least a part thereof is made of a material having translucency. A light emitting unit 27 is provided in the center of the inside of the relief body 25, and light from the light emitting unit 27 is visible from the outside through the relief body 25.

  The relief 22 is a part where the user holds the rings 40A and 40B (see FIG. 1). The relief 22 can be reversibly changed between a transformation form (first form) and a special technique form (second form). Here, the transformation form is a form for urging the user to hold the left hand 13L (see FIG. 1) over the relief 22, and is a form imitating a human left hand. On the other hand, the special technique form is a form for urging the user to hold the right hand 13R (see FIG. 1) over the relief 22, and is a form imitating the right hand of a person. In FIG. 3, the relief 22 in the form for transformation is shown in (a), and the relief 22 in the form for special technique is shown in (b).

  As shown in FIG. 3A, in the relief 22 in the transformation form, the right thumb portion 26D is exposed and the left thumb portion 26C is hidden by the relief body 25, and the exposed right thumb portion is exposed. The left hand model is formed by 26D and the relief body 25. On the other hand, as shown in FIG. 3 (b), in the relief 22 in the form of the special technique, the left thumb part 26C is exposed and the right thumb part 26D is hidden by the relief body 25, and the exposed left side A right hand model is formed by the thumb portion 26C and the relief main body 25.

  In FIG. 3, means for changing the shape of the relief 22 from (a) to (b) or the shape of the relief 22 from (b) to (a) is arbitrary, but here, the relief body 25 is rotated. The levers 28L and 28R for moving are provided on both left and right sides of the relief 22 so as to be movable in the vertical direction, and the left and right levers 28L and 28R are moved in opposite directions to change the form of the relief 22. For example, to change the relief 22 in the transformation form shown in (a) to the relief 22 in the special technique form shown in (b), the right lever 28R is raised (arrow (1)) and at the same time left The lever 28L is lowered (arrow (2)), and the relief body 25 is rotated counterclockwise (arrow (3)). On the other hand, in order to change the relief 22 in the form of special technique shown in (b) to the relief 22 in the form of transformation shown in (a), the right lever 28R is lowered (arrow (4)) and at the same time the left side The lever 28L is raised (arrow (5)), and the relief body 25 is rotated clockwise (arrow (6)).

  A mechanism for transmitting the operating force applied to the left and right levers 28L, 28R as a rotational force to the relief body 25 can be selected from various power transmission mechanisms. For example, as shown in FIG. 4, the left and right drive gears 31L, 31R that rotate in conjunction with the vertical movement of the left and right levers 28L, 28R, and the left and right drive gears 31L, The driven gear 32 meshing with 31R constitutes a power transmission means 33. According to this power transmission means 33, the user's operating force applied to the left and right levers 28L, 28R (see FIG. 3) is transmitted to the relief body 25 via the left and right drive gears 31L, 31R and the driven gear 32. Is done. Thereby, the user can rotate the relief body 25 in an arbitrary direction to change the form of the relief 22 (see FIG. 3) to a transformation form or a special technique form.

  The buckle body 21 includes a pair of left and right micro switches 35L and 35R. A pressing portion 36 that can press the left and right micro switches 35L and 35R is provided on the back side of the relief body 25. The micro switch 35R is pressed by the pressing portion 36 when the relief 22 (see FIG. 3A) is in the form for transformation. On the other hand, the microswitch 35L is pressed by the pressing portion 36 when the relief 22 (see FIG. 3B) is a special technique.

(Configuration of rings 40A and 40B)
The configuration of the rings 40A and 40B will be described with reference to FIGS.
As shown in FIGS. 5A to 5C, the ring for transformation 40A includes a decorative portion 41A and a mounting portion 42A. The decorative portion 41A is composed of an arbitrary form, pattern, and color, and at least a part thereof is composed of a light-transmitting material. The decorative portion 41A has a built-in light emitting portion 43A, and the light from the light emitting portion 43A is visible from the outside through the decorative portion 41A. The mounting portion 42A is formed in an annular shape so that it can be mounted on the finger of the left hand 13L (see FIG. 1) of the user. Further, the mounting portion 42A is formed in a C-shape with a part (in this example, the lower portion) opened, and can be elastically deformed so as to expand in diameter. Accordingly, even a user with a thick finger can expand the mounting portion 42A and mount the mounting portion 42A on the finger. In addition, the mounting portion 42A is configured to be detachable from the decorative portion 41A, and a plurality of mounting portions 42A having different sizes are manufactured and prepared. The user may be able to replace the part 42A.

  As shown in FIGS. 6A to 6C, the special technique ring 40B includes a decorative portion 41B and a mounting portion 42B. The decoration part 41B is configured in an arbitrary form, pattern, and color. The mounting portion 42B is formed in an annular shape so that it can be mounted on the finger of the user's right hand 13R (see FIG. 1). In addition, the mounting portion 42B is also formed in a C-shape with a part (in this example, the lower portion) opened, and can be elastically deformed into an expanded diameter form. In addition, the mounting portion 42B is configured to be detachable from the decorative portion 41B, and a plurality of mounting portions 42B having different sizes are manufactured and prepared so that the user can install the mounting portion 42B having the optimum size. It may be exchangeable.

Each of the ring for transformation 40A and the ring for deathblow 40B has a so-called RFID (Radio).
(Frequency IDentification) tag is incorporated, and identification information for identifying the type is given. In the present embodiment, a plurality of types of transformation rings 40A are set, and each of the plurality of types of transformation rings 40A is given unique identification information. Also, a plurality of types of special technique rings 40B are set, and unique identification information is given to each of the plurality of types of special technique rings 40B. The identification information includes information given to the transformation ring 40A (hereinafter referred to as “information belonging to the first group”) and information given to the deathblow ring 40B (hereinafter referred to as “information belonging to the second group”). It is roughly divided.

(Internal structure of motion responsive toy 10)
The internal structure of the buckle 20 and the rings 40A and 40B will be described with reference to FIG.
As shown in FIG. 7, the motion response toy 10 employs a non-contact data carrier system using an RFID tag, and the buckle 20 corresponds to an interrogator and the rings 40A and 40B correspond to responders. The buckle 20 includes a main control unit 51 and an effect storage unit 52. The main control unit 51 and the effect storage unit 52 are included in a one-chip microcomputer built in the buckle 20. The buckle 20 includes a question signal transmission unit 53, an identification information reception unit 55, a form detection unit 56, and a main output unit 57. The main control unit 51 includes a ring state determination unit (state determination unit) 58 and an identification information determination unit 61. A battery 62 is provided inside the buckle 20, and the battery 62 and the main control unit 51 are connected via a power switch 63. When the power switch 63 is turned on, a current flows through the main controller 51 and control is started.

  The transformation ring 40A includes a sub-control unit 71A, a transmission / reception unit 72A, an identification information storage unit 73A, and a sub-output unit 75A. The special technique ring 40B includes a sub-control unit 71B, a transmission / reception unit 72B, and an identification information storage unit 73B.

  The interrogation signal transmitter 53 and the identification information receiver 55 can be configured by an antenna coil, and are provided behind the relief 22 (in the direction of the user when the user is wearing). The question signal transmission unit 53 identifies identification information for the transformation ring 40A or the special technique ring 40B within a predetermined range (for example, a range of about 10 cm from the question signal transmission unit 53, that is, the vicinity of the relief 22). A question signal for inquiring can be transmitted. Further, the identification information receiving unit 55 can receive the identification information transmitted from the transmission / reception unit 72A or the transmission / reception unit 72B.

  The ring state determination means 58 can determine whether the transformation ring 40A or the special technique ring 40B is in a state of approaching or separated from the buckle 20. Here, the ring state determination means 58 receives the identification information as an answer to the question signal from the question signal transmission unit 53, and the identification information receiving unit 55 buckles the ring for transformation 40A or the ring for the special technique 40B. 20 (relief 22, question signal transmission unit 53) is determined to be in a state of approach, and if the same identification information continues to be received thereafter, the same transformation ring 40A or special technique ring 40B continues. It is determined that they are in close proximity. Further, the ring state determination means 58 stops receiving the identification information received in the identification information receiving unit 55 as an answer to the question signal from the question signal transmitting unit 53, so that the ring for transformation 40A or the ring for the deathblow technique is received. It is determined that 40B is separated from the buckle 20 (relief 22, question signal transmission unit 53) beyond a predetermined range.

  The identification information determination unit 61 determines whether the identification information received by the identification information receiving unit 55 is information belonging to the first group or information belonging to the second group.

  The main output unit 57 outputs an effect by at least one of light emission and sound generation. In this example, the main output unit 57 includes a sound generating unit 65 including a speaker and the light emitting unit 27 described above. The light emitting unit 27 is preferably composed of a full color LED (light emitting diode) from which a plurality of light emitting colors (for example, red, green, blue, yellow) can be selectively obtained.

  The effect storage unit 52 stores first effect information, second effect information, first form change instruction information, and second form change instruction information.

  The first effect information is when the identification information of the transformation ring 40A or the identification information of the deathblow ring 40B is received (that is, the ring state determination means 53 uses the transformation ring 40A or the deathblow ring). 40B is information for outputting a ring reading effect (first effect) and includes information for causing the main output unit 57 to perform a light emission effect and a sound production effect. More specifically, the first effect information is control information for outputting a ring reading sound from the sound generation unit 65 and causing the light emitting unit 27 to emit light with a predetermined emission color and pattern. The first effect information is stored in association with each type of identification information of a plurality of types of transformation rings 40A or each type of identification information of a plurality of types of special technique rings 40B.

  In addition, the effect storage unit 52 stores a plurality of pieces of first effect information having different emission colors at the time of the light emission effect by the light emitting unit 27 in association with each piece of identification information. Here, a plurality of pieces of first effect information for causing the light emitting unit 27 to emit light according to the light emission color (for example, red, green, blue, yellow, etc.) of the light emitting unit 43A of the transformation ring 40A described later is produced. Stored in the unit 52.

  The second effect information is information for outputting a transformation effect (second effect) or a special technique effect (second effect), causing the sound generation unit 65 to output a transformation sound or a special technique sound, and This is control information for causing the light emitting unit 27 to emit light with a predetermined emission color and pattern. Of the second effect information, information for outputting a transformation effect is stored in association with each piece of identification information of the plural types of transformation rings 40A. In addition, information for outputting the special technique effect among the second effect information is stored in association with each identification information of the plural types of special technique rings 40B. Further, the second effect information for outputting the special technique effect is a combination of the information for outputting the normal special technique effect, the identification information of the ring for transformation 40A, and the identification information of the special technique ring 40B. Information for outputting a special special technique effect in the case of a specific combination.

  When the relief 22 (see FIG. 3) is a transformation form, the first form change instruction information is obtained when the information belonging to the second group is received by the identification information receiving unit 55 and the left and right levers 28L and 28R (see FIG. 3) is information to output from the main output unit 57 an effect (first form change instruction) that prompts the user to change the form of the relief 22 (see FIG. 3) to the form of the special technique. is there.

  When the relief 22 (see FIG. 3) is a special technique mode, the second form change instruction information is obtained when the information belonging to the first group is received by the identification information receiving unit 55, and the left and right levers 28L, 28R ( Information for outputting from the main output unit 57 an effect (second form change instruction) that prompts the user to change the form of the relief 22 (see FIG. 3) to the form for transformation by operating FIG. is there.

  The form detection unit 56 detects whether the relief 22 (see FIG. 3) is in a transformation form or a special technique form. The configuration of the form detection unit 56 is arbitrary, but here, the two micro switches 35L and 35R described above are used. In other words, micro switches 35L and 35R are connected to the form detection unit 56, and any one of the micro switches 35L and 35R is pressed by the pressing unit 36 (see FIG. 4). Or whether any microswitch is pressed, the current form of the relief 22 (see FIG. 3) is detected.

  The transmitting / receiving unit 72A of the ring for transformation 40A can transmit / receive signals to / from the outside, and can be configured by an antenna coil. Identification information for identifying the type of the ring for transformation 40A is stored in the identification information storage unit 73A. The sub-control unit 71A is an IC chip for control, and is driven by the induced electromotive force generated in the transmission / reception unit 72A by receiving the question signal from the question signal transmission unit 53. The sub-control unit 71A reads the identification information from the identification information storage unit 73A and transmits the read identification information from the transmission / reception unit 72A to the identification information reception unit 55 in response to receiving the question signal in the transmission / reception unit 72A.

  The sub-output unit 75A of the ring for transformation 40A is a part that outputs a sub-effect by at least one of light emission and sound generation. In this example, the sub-output unit 75A is configured by the light-emitting unit 43A. Production is included. The light emitting unit 43A is configured by, for example, an LED (light emitting diode), and the light emission color of the light emitting unit 43A can be selected from a plurality of colors (for example, red, green, blue, yellow, etc.). In the present embodiment, the light emission color (light emission color of the light emitting unit 43A) at the light emission effect in the sub-effect is the same as the light emission color of the light emitting unit 27 in the ring reading effect (first effect) associated with each piece of identification information. Set to the system color. The light emitting unit 43A is driven by the induced electromotive force generated in the transmitting / receiving unit 72A by receiving the interrogation signal. For this reason, the transformation ring 40A does not require a power source.

  The sub-control unit 71A controls the sub-output unit 75A to output the sub-effect based on the read identification information in response to the question signal being received by the transmission / reception unit 72A.

  The transmitter / receiver 72B of the special technique ring 40B can transmit / receive signals to / from the outside, and can be configured by an antenna coil. Identification information for identifying the type of the special technique ring 40B is stored in the identification information storage unit 73B. The sub-control unit 71B is a control IC chip, and is driven by the induced electromotive force generated in the transmission / reception unit 72B by receiving the interrogation signal from the interrogation signal transmission unit 53. For this reason, no power source is required even in the special technique ring 40B. Then, the sub control unit 71B reads the identification information from the identification information storage unit 73B in response to receiving the question signal in the transmission / reception unit 72B, and transmits the read identification information from the transmission / reception unit 72B to the identification information reception unit 55. To do.

  The amount of information in the identification information storage units 73A and 73B is arbitrary. For example, when the amount of information is 16 bits, the first 8 bits are used as predetermined information including company information and the like. Bits can be used as identification information. In this case, the transformation ring 40A and the special technique ring 40B can be combined to obtain a total of 256 types of rings having different identification information.

In addition, at least the following two pieces of information are stored in a storage device (not shown) constituting the effect storage unit 52 in the buckle 20.
(1) Information on whether the current relief 22 (see FIG. 3) is a transformation form or a special technique form (which one of the micro switches 35L and 35R is pressed).
(2) When the form of the relief 22 is a transformation form (when the micro switch 35R is pressed), it is held over the relief 22 (see FIG. 3) most recently, and the identification information receiving unit 55 receives the identification information. The identification information of the transformed ring 40A for transformation.

(Operation example of the motion responsive toy 10)
An operation example of the motion response toy 10 under the control of the main control unit 51 will be described with reference to FIGS.

  As shown in FIG. 8, when the power switch 63 is turned on (step S1), it is determined which form the relief 22 is in (step S2). If it is determined that the relief 22 is in the form of transformation, in step S3, the question signal transmission unit 53 starts to transmit a question signal, and in step S4, a ring output standby effect for transformation is output from the main output unit 57. To do.

  Next, in step S5, it is determined whether or not the form of the relief 22 has been changed. When the form of the relief 22 is changed, the process returns to step S2. On the other hand, if the relief form is not changed, the process proceeds to step S6.

  In step S6, whether or not the identification information is received by the identification information receiving unit 55 (whether or not the ring state determination means 58 determines that the transformation ring 40A or the special technique ring 40B is in close proximity). Judging. When the identification information has been received (when the ring state determining means 58 determines that the transformation ring 40A or the special technique ring 40B is in close proximity), the process proceeds to step S7. On the other hand, if the identification information has not been received, the process returns to step S4.

  In step S 7, the identification information determination unit 61 determines the type of identification information received by the identification information receiving unit 55. If it is determined that the identification information belongs to the first group, the identification information is overwritten and stored in the storage device in step S8, and the process proceeds to step S9. On the other hand, when it is determined that the identification information belongs to the second group, the main control unit 51 reads the first form change instruction information from the effect storage unit 52 and outputs the first form change instruction. The unit 57 is controlled, and the process returns to step S4. For example, as a first form change instruction, a sound “Gaisai (reverse side)” is emitted from the sound generation unit 65 of the main output unit 57. Thereby, the user notices that the form of the relief 22 is not a form for a special technique but a form for a transformation.

  In step S9, first effect information corresponding to the identification information of the ring for transformation 40A is read from the effect storage unit 52, and based on the read first effect information, a ring reading effect for transformation (first effect) is read. The main output unit 57 is controlled so as to output. For example, when the identification information received by the identification information receiving unit 55 is information including red light emission, the main output unit 57 receives the “hi (fire), hi (fire), hi (fire) / .. ”And the like, and the light emitting unit 27 emits red light. At this time, the transformation ring 40A also emits red light of the same system from the light emitting portion 43A, so that an effect as if the light emission of the transformation ring 40A has shifted to the buckle 20 can be performed.

  In step S11, it is determined whether or not the identification information is not received by the identification information receiving unit 55 (whether or not the ring state determination unit 58 determines that the ring for transformation 40A has been separated). When the identification information has not been received (when the ring state determination unit 58 determines that the transformation ring 40A has been separated), the process proceeds to step S12. On the other hand, when the identification information has been received (when the ring state determination means 58 determines that the ring for transformation 40A is in an approaching state), the process returns to step S9 and the ring reading effect for transformation is output again. . That is, the main control unit 51 repeatedly outputs a ring reading effect for transformation (first effect) while the ring state determining means 58 determines that the ring for transformation 40A is approaching. The main output unit 57 is controlled.

  In step S12, the main output unit 57 outputs a transformation effect (second effect) corresponding to the identification information of the ring for transformation 40A. That is, when the ring state determination means 58 determines that the ring for transformation 40A has been separated by the user's action during the output of the ring reading effect for transformation (first production), the transformation production information from the production storage unit 52 (Second effect information) is read out, and the main output unit 57 is controlled to output a change effect (second effect) based on the read change effect information (second effect information) (FIG. 10 ( a)). For example, in addition to the sound “please” from the sound generation unit 65, the sound generation unit 65 and the light emission unit 27 corresponding to the identification information are performed as transformation effects.

  Next, in step S13, the transmission of the question signal from the question signal transmitter 53 is stopped, and in step S14, whether the form of the relief 22 has been changed or not is changed in the pressing state of the micro switches 35L, 35R. Judgment according to whether or not. When the form of the relief 22 is changed (when the pressed micro switch is no longer pressed), the process returns to step S2. On the other hand, when the form of the relief 22 is not changed (when the pressed micro switch is continuously pushed), it is determined again whether or not the form of the relief 22 has been changed.

  In step S2, when the relief 22 is in the form of a special move, the process proceeds to step S15 (see FIG. 9). In step S2, if the relief 22 is not in the form for transformation or the form for the special technique (when neither microswitch is pressed), the process proceeds to step S16, and the form of the relief 22 has been changed. It is determined again whether or not. When the relief 22 is changed to the transformation form, the process proceeds to step S3. Moreover, when the relief 22 is changed to the form for the special technique, the process proceeds to step S15 (see FIG. 9). If the form of the relief 22 is not changed, it is determined again whether or not the form of the relief 22 has been changed.

  As shown in FIG. 9, in step S15, transmission of a question signal is started from the question signal transmission unit 53, and in step S17, a ring reading standby effect for a special technique is output from the main output unit 57.

  Next, in step S18, it is determined whether or not the form of the relief 22 has been changed. When the form of the relief 22 has been changed, the identification information of the transformation ring 40A stored in the storage device is cleared in step S19. On the other hand, when the form of the relief 22 is not changed, the process proceeds to step S20.

  In step S20, whether or not the identification information is received by the identification information receiving unit 55 (whether or not the ring state determination means 58 determines that the transformation ring 40A or the special technique ring 40B is in close proximity). Judging. When the identification information has been received (when the ring state determination means 58 determines that the transformation ring 40A or the special technique ring 40B is in close proximity), the process proceeds to step S21. On the other hand, if the identification information has not been received, the process returns to step S17.

  In step S 21, the identification information determination unit 61 determines the type of identification information received by the identification information receiving unit 55. If it is determined that the identification information belongs to the second group, the process proceeds to step S22. On the other hand, if it is determined that the identification information belongs to the first group, in step S23, the second form change instruction is output from the main output unit 57, and the process returns to step S17. For example, as the second form change instruction, a sound “Gaisai (reverse side)” is emitted from the sound generation unit 65 of the main output unit 57. Thereby, the user notices that the form of the relief 22 is not a transformation form but a special technique form. In the present embodiment, the first form change instruction and the second form change instruction are the same “Gaisai” voice, but the gist of the present invention is that the first form change instruction and the second form change instruction are the same. It can be a thing or, of course, a different thing.

  In step S22, the main output unit 57 outputs a special reading ring reading effect (first production) corresponding to the identification information of the special technique ring 40B.

  Next, in step S24, it is determined whether or not the identification information is not received by the identification information receiving unit 55 (whether or not the ring state determination means 58 has determined that the special technique ring 40B has been separated). When the identification information has not been received (when the ring state determination means 58 determines that the special technique ring 40B has been separated), the process proceeds to step S25. On the other hand, when the identification information has been received (when the ring state determination means 58 determines that the special technique ring 40B is in an approaching state), the process returns to step S22, and the special ring reading effect for the special technique is performed again. Output. That is, the main control unit 51 repeatedly performs the special reading ring reading effect (first production) while the ring state determination unit 58 determines that the special operation ring 40B is in an approaching state. The main output unit 57 is controlled.

  In step S25, it is determined whether or not the identification information of the ring for transformation 40A is stored. When the identification information of the ring for transformation 40A is stored, the process proceeds to step S26. On the other hand, if the identification information of the transformation ring 40A is not stored, the main output unit 57 outputs a normal special technique effect corresponding to the identification information of the special technique ring 40B in step S28. That is, as shown in FIG. 10B, the ring state determining means 58 determines that the special technique ring 40B is separated by the user's action during the output of the special technique ring reading production (first production). When the special action effect information (second effect information) is read from the effect storage unit 52, the special technique effect (second effect information) is read based on the read special effect effect information (second effect information). The main output unit 57 is controlled so as to output an effect of (in this case, a normal special technique effect).

  In step S26, it is determined whether or not the identification information of the special technique ring 40B and the identification information of the transformation ring 40A are a specific combination. When the identification information of the special technique ring 40B and the identification information of the transformation ring 40A are in a specific combination, the special output technique 57 corresponding to the specific combination is output from the main output unit 57. That is, as shown in FIG. 10B, the ring state determining means 58 determines that the special technique ring 40B is separated by the user's action during the output of the special technique ring reading production (first production). When the special action effect information (second effect information) is read from the effect storage unit 52, the special technique effect (second effect information) is read based on the read special effect effect information (second effect information). The main output unit 57 is controlled so as to output the production (in this case, special special technique production). On the other hand, if the identification information of the special technique ring 40B and the identification information of the transformation ring 40A are not a specific combination, the process proceeds to step S28, and the normal special technique effect is output from the main output unit 57. That is, as shown in FIG. 10B, the ring state determining means 58 determines that the special technique ring 40B is separated by the user's action during the output of the special technique ring reading production (first production). When the special action effect information (second effect information) is read from the effect storage unit 52, the special technique effect (second effect information) is read based on the read special effect effect information (second effect information). The main output unit 57 is controlled so as to output the production (in this case, a normal special technique production).

  In the normal special technique effect, for example, an effect that combines the sound “please” and the normal special technique effect based on the identification information of the special technique ring 40B is performed. On the other hand, in the special special technique effect, for example, an effect that combines the sound of “Like!” With a special special technique effect based on the identification information of the special technique ring 40B is performed. Alternatively, as a special special technique effect, it is possible to perform an effect combining a voice of “Super-like!” And another special special technique effect based on the identification information of the special technique ring 40B. Further, as a special special technique effect, an effect may be performed by combining the voice “Highest!” And another special special technique effect based on the identification information of the special technique ring 40B. As described above, various types of special technique effects are obtained based on the combination of the identification information of the special technique ring 40B and the identification information of the transformation ring 40A that is held in the storage device. Can do.

  In step S29, transmission of the question signal from the question signal transmitter 53 is stopped, and in step S30, it is determined whether or not the form of the relief 22 has been changed. When the form of the relief 22 is changed, the stored identification information of the ring for transformation 40A is cleared in step S31, and the process returns to step S2 (see FIG. 8). On the other hand, when the form of the relief 22 is not changed, it is determined again whether or not the form of the relief 22 has been changed.

(Effect of motion responsive toy 10)
According to the motion responsive toy 10 of the present embodiment described above, not only the production is output in response to the operation in which the user brings the transformation ring 40A or the deathblow ring 40B closer to the buckle 20, but then An effect can be output according to the operation of moving the transformation ring 40A or the special technique ring 40B away from the buckle 20. Therefore, the motion responsive toy 10 that matches the original purpose of the motion responsive toy can be obtained.

  As mentioned above, although this invention was demonstrated using embodiment, it cannot be overemphasized that the technical scope of this invention is not limited to the range as described in the said embodiment. It will be apparent to those skilled in the art that various modifications or improvements can be added to the above-described embodiments. Further, it is apparent from the scope of the claims that the embodiments added with such changes or improvements can be included in the technical scope of the present invention.

  For example, in the embodiment, the main toy body and the sub toy body are configured by the buckle 20 and the rings 40A and 40B, respectively. However, the main toy body and the sub toy body according to the present invention are toy bodies other than the buckle and the ring. Alternatively, for example, the main toy body and the sub toy body may be set to a shape, size, and weight that can be gripped by hand.

  As another example, FIG. 11 shows a case where the main toy body is a gun-type toy 220, and FIG. In the case where the main toy body is the gun-type toy 220, a shape portion 222 that imitates the left hand of a human is provided on the upper part of the gun handle, and a question signal transmission unit in the main toy body is provided in the shape portion 222. And an identification information receiver. That is, when the user shakes the shape portion 222 with the hand wearing the ring 40A, 40B corresponding to the sub-toy body, the identification information of the ring 40A, 40B is received by the identification information receiving unit. At this time, the ring state determination means determines that the rings 40A and 40B are approaching the gun-type toy 220, and the first effect is output as in the above-described embodiment. After that, when the user releases the handshake with the shape portion 222 and the identification information receiving unit does not receive the identification information of the rings 40A and 40B, the ring state determination means determines that the rings 40A and 40B are separated from the gun-type toy 220. Judgment is made and the second effect is output as in the previous embodiment.

  When the main toy body is a sword-shaped toy 320, a shape portion 322 simulating a human left hand is provided between the handle portion and the sword portion, and the main toy is in the shape portion 322. Specifically, a question signal transmitting unit and an identification information receiving unit are provided. That is, when the user shakes the shape part 322 with a hand wearing the rings 40A and 40B corresponding to the sub toy body, the identification information of the rings 40A and 40B is received by the identification information receiving unit. At this time, the ring state determining means determines that the rings 40A and 40B are approaching the sword-shaped toy 320, and the first effect is output as in the above-described embodiment. After that, when the user releases the handshake with the shape portion 322 and the identification information receiving unit does not receive the identification information of the rings 40A and 40B, the ring state determination means determines that the rings 40A and 40B are separated from the sword-shaped toy 320. Judgment is made and the second effect is output as in the previous embodiment.

  In short, the main toy body is a toy body that can be attached to the user's body or can be gripped by the user, and can be moved toward and away from each other in accordance with the movement of the attached or gripped user. The configuration of the secondary toy body is arbitrary.

10 Operation Response Toy 11 User 12 Belt Part 20 Buckle (Main Toy Body)
40A transformation ring (sub-toy body)
40B Special Move Ring (Sub-Toy Body)
42A Wearing part 42B Wearing part 51 Main control part 52 Production storage part 53 Question signal transmission part 55 Identification information receiving part 56 Form detection part 57 Main output part 58 Ring state judgment means (state judgment means)
61 Identification Information Determination Means 71A Sub Control Unit 71B Sub Control Unit 72A Transmission / Reception Unit 72B Transmission / Reception Unit 73A Identification Information Storage Unit 73B Identification Information Storage Unit 75A Sub Output Unit 220 Gun Type Toy (Main Toy Body)
320 Sword-shaped toy (main toy body)

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  1. The main toy body and the sub toy body have a main toy body and a sub toy body, and the main toy body and the sub toy body can be mounted on the user's body or can be gripped by the user, respectively, and the user's motions that are mounted or gripped Motion toy configured to be able to approach and separate from each other according to
    The main toy body includes a main control unit, a main output unit that outputs an effect by at least one of light emission and sound generation, and an effect storage unit that stores first effect information and second effect information,
    The main control unit has state determination means capable of determining whether the sub toy body is in a state of approaching or separated from the main toy body,
    The main control unit reads the first effect information from the effect storage unit while the state determination means determines that the sub toy body is in an approached state, and the read first effect While the main output unit is controlled to output the first effect based on the information, the state determination is made that the sub-toy body is separated by the operation of the user during the output of the first effect. When the means determines, the second output information is read from the effect storage unit, and the main output unit is controlled to output the second effect based on the read second effect information. Characteristic motion toy.
  2. The sub-toy body has a sub-control unit, a transmission / reception unit capable of transmitting / receiving signals to / from the outside, and an identification information storage unit that stores identification information for identifying the type of the sub-toy body,
    The main toy body transmits a question signal for inquiring the identification information to the sub toy body within a predetermined range to the transmission / reception unit, and the identification information transmitted from the transmission / reception unit An identification information receiving unit capable of receiving
    The sub-control unit reads the identification information from the identification information storage unit in response to receiving the question signal in the transmission / reception unit, and transmits the read identification information from the transmission / reception unit to the identification information reception unit. ,
    The state determination means determines that the sub-toy body is in a state in which the identification toy body is approaching within the predetermined range by receiving the identification information in the identification information receiving unit, and receives the identification information in the identification information receiving unit. The motion response toy according to claim 1, wherein the secondary toy body is determined to be separated from the predetermined range because the identification information that has been received is not received.
  3. The subsidiary toy body has a subsidiary output unit that outputs a subsidiary effect by at least one of light emission and pronunciation,
    The motion response toy according to claim 2, wherein the sub-control unit controls the sub-output unit to output a sub-effect in response to the question signal being received by the transmission / reception unit. .
  4. The first effect information includes information for causing the main output unit to perform a light emission effect,
    In the effect storage unit, a plurality of the first effect information having different emission colors at the time of the light emission effect by the main output unit are stored in association with each identification information,
    The sub-effect includes a light-emitting effect,
    4. The motion-responsive toy according to claim 3, wherein a light emission color at the time of the light emission effect in the sub-effect is the same color as the light emission color in the first effect associated with each identification information. .
  5. The main toy body has a belt portion for winding around the user's body,
    The motion responsive toy according to claim 1, wherein the sub toy body has a mounting portion for mounting on a user's finger.
  6. The main toy body is a gun-type toy that a user can hold,
    The motion responsive toy according to claim 1, wherein the sub toy body has a mounting portion for mounting on a user's finger.
  7. The main toy body is a sword-type toy that a user can hold,
    The motion responsive toy according to claim 1, wherein the sub toy body has a mounting portion for mounting on a user's finger.
  8. The main toy body can reversibly change between the first form and the second form, and detects whether the main toy body is in the first form or the second form. A form detection unit that
    The effect storage unit outputs a first form change instruction for prompting a user to change the form of the main toy body from the first form to the second form from the main output part. A first form change instruction information and a second form change instruction for outputting from the main output unit a second form change instruction that prompts the user to change the form of the main toy body from the second form to the first form. 2 form change instruction information is stored,
    The main control unit has identification information determination means for determining whether the identification information received by the identification information receiving unit is information belonging to a first group or information belonging to a second group,
    When the main detection unit detects that the main toy body is in the first form in the form detection unit, the identification information received by the identification information receiving unit is detected by the identification information determination unit. When it is determined that the information belongs to one group, the main output unit is configured to perform the first effect while the state determination unit determines that the sub-toy body is in an approaching state. On the other hand, when the identification information received by the identification information receiving unit is determined to be information belonging to the second group by the identification information determination unit, the first form change instruction is sent from the effect storage unit Controlling the main output unit to read information and output the first form change instruction;
    Furthermore, when the main control unit detects that the main toy body is in the second form in the form detection unit, the identification information received by the identification information receiving unit is obtained by the identification information determination unit. When it is determined that the information belongs to the second group, the main output is performed so that the first effect is performed while the state determination unit determines that the sub-toy body is in an approaching state. When the identification information received by the identification information receiving unit is determined to be information belonging to the first group by the identification information determination unit, the second form is controlled from the effect storage unit. The motion response toy according to claim 2, wherein the main output unit is controlled to read change instruction information and output the second form change instruction.
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