JPWO2018110435A1 - Control device for vibration mechanism - Google Patents

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JPWO2018110435A1
JPWO2018110435A1 JP2017044075A JP2018556631A JPWO2018110435A1 JP WO2018110435 A1 JPWO2018110435 A1 JP WO2018110435A1 JP 2017044075 A JP2017044075 A JP 2017044075A JP 2018556631 A JP2018556631 A JP 2018556631A JP WO2018110435 A1 JPWO2018110435 A1 JP WO2018110435A1
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First vibration data representing the first vibration to be generated by one or more vibration mechanisms to be generated and presented to the user, and after the start of the first vibration and from the end of the first vibration Each of the second vibration data representing the second vibration started before is acquired, and the first vibration and the second vibration overlap with at least one of the first vibration data and the second vibration data. Control of a vibration mechanism that causes one or a plurality of vibration mechanisms to generate vibration according to correction vibration data obtained by performing correction to relatively weaken the strength of the first vibration generated during a correction target period including the period to be corrected Device.

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  The present invention relates to a vibration device that presents vibration to a user, a control device that controls a vibration mechanism, a control system, a control method, and a control program.

  Some devices used by the user wearing and holding on their body, such as an operation device connected to a home game machine, vibrate part or all of the device. Some have a vibration mechanism. Thereby, the device can be vibrated at an arbitrary timing, and the vibration can be presented to the user.

  In the technique of the conventional example, when a plurality of vibrations are to be presented at the same time, it becomes difficult for the user to recognize each vibration.

  The present invention has been made in consideration of the above circumstances, and one of its purposes is to provide a vibration device, a vibration mechanism control device, a control system, a control method, and a control program that can easily present vibration to the user. It is to provide.

  A vibration mechanism control device according to the present invention is a vibration mechanism control device that controls one or more vibration mechanisms that generate vibrations and presents to a user, and the first or the plurality of vibration mechanisms should be generated. First vibration data representing one vibration and second vibration data representing a second vibration that starts after the start of the first vibration and before the end of the first vibration, respectively. Occurs in a correction target period including a period in which the first vibration and the second vibration overlap with respect to at least one of the vibration data acquisition unit and the first vibration data and the second vibration data A vibration control unit that causes the one or more vibration mechanisms to generate vibrations according to corrected vibration data obtained by performing correction to relatively weaken the strength of the first vibration. To do.

  A control system according to the present invention includes one or a plurality of vibration mechanisms that generate vibrations and presents to a user, and a control device that controls the one or more vibration mechanisms. A first vibration data representing a first vibration to be generated by a plurality of vibration mechanisms, and a second started after the start of the first vibration and before the end of the first vibration. The first vibration and the second vibration overlap with at least one of the vibration data acquisition unit that acquires each of the second vibration data representing the vibration, the first vibration data, and the second vibration data. Vibration control for causing the one or more vibration mechanisms to generate vibrations according to corrected vibration data obtained by performing correction to relatively weaken the strength of the first vibration generated during a correction target period including a period to be corrected Special features including To.

  The vibration device according to the present invention includes one or a plurality of vibration mechanisms that generate vibrations and presents to a user, first vibration data representing a first vibration that the one or more vibration mechanisms should generate, and Corrected vibration data obtained by correcting at least one of the second vibration data representing the second vibration that starts after the start of the first vibration and before the end of the first vibration. A vibration control unit that causes the one or a plurality of vibration mechanisms to generate a vibration corresponding to the first vibration data and the second vibration data. It is vibration data obtained by performing correction that relatively weakens the intensity of the first vibration that occurs during a correction target period including a period in which one vibration and the second vibration overlap.

  The control method according to the present invention is a control method for one or a plurality of vibration mechanisms that generate vibrations and presents to a user, and includes a first vibration that represents a first vibration that the one or more vibration mechanisms should generate. Obtaining each of data and second vibration data representing a second vibration that starts after the start of the first vibration and before the end of the first vibration; Relative to at least one of the first vibration data and the second vibration data, the strength of the first vibration generated in a correction target period including a period in which the first vibration and the second vibration overlap Generating vibration corresponding to the corrected vibration data obtained by performing correction to weaken the vibration one or more vibration mechanisms.

  A program according to the present invention is a program for controlling one or a plurality of vibration mechanisms to be generated and presented to a user, and represents a first vibration to be generated by the one or a plurality of vibration mechanisms. Vibration data acquisition for acquiring one vibration data and second vibration data representing a second vibration that starts after the start of the first vibration and before the end of the first vibration And at least one of the first vibration data and the second vibration data, the first vibration occurring in a correction target period including a period in which the first vibration and the second vibration overlap. A program for causing a computer to function as a vibration control unit that causes the one or a plurality of vibration mechanisms to generate vibration according to corrected vibration data obtained by performing correction to relatively weaken the strength of vibration.This program may be provided by being stored in a computer-readable non-transitory information storage medium.

It is the perspective view which looked at the vibration device which concerns on embodiment of this invention from the front side. It is a block diagram showing the example of a structure of the control apparatus which concerns on embodiment of this invention. It is a functional block diagram showing the function of the control apparatus which concerns on embodiment of this invention. It is a figure which shows an example of vibration data.

  Embodiments of the present invention will be described with reference to the drawings. In the following description, the sizes, ratios, and arrangements of the respective parts are examples, and the examples of the present embodiment are not limited to the illustrated sizes, ratios, and arrangements.

  A control system 1 according to an example of an embodiment of the present invention includes a control device 10 and a plurality of vibration devices 20. Specifically, the control system 1 according to the present embodiment includes two vibration devices 20 including a first vibration device 20a and a second vibration device 20b.

  The vibration device 20 is as illustrated in FIG. In one example of the present embodiment, the vibration device 20 includes a device body 21 and a fixture 22 that is one of accessories.

  The vibration device 20 is used by passing the fixing tool 22 from the index finger to the little finger of the user and fixing the device body 21 at a position where the device main body 21 is in contact with the root of the user's thumb. In the example of FIG. 1, the vibration device 20 is fixed by pressing the right side surface of the vibration device 20 against the right palm of the user. The size of the vibration device 20 is set such that when the user naturally holds the device main body 21, the user's thumb terminal reaches the operation unit 23 on the front side of the vibration device 20. The user can use the vibration device 20 by grasping the lower half of the device body 21 with the palm, the middle finger, the ring finger, and the little finger. But even if a user opens a hand from this state, since the vibration device 20 is fixed to a user's hand with the fixing tool 22, the vibration device 20 does not fall.

  On the upper side of the device main body 21, an operation unit 23 in which various operation buttons and the like are arranged is provided. When the user operates an operation button or the like arranged on the operation unit 23, the content is transmitted to the control device 10.

  A rechargeable battery 24 as another accessory is fixed to the side surface opposite to the side surface to which the fixture 22 of the device body 21 is fixed. The rechargeable battery 24 supplies power necessary for the operation of the vibration device 20.

  The device body 21 has a vibration mechanism 25 built in the housing. The vibration mechanism 25 is a linear actuator or the like, and vibrates the device main body 21 in accordance with a control signal received from the control device 10. Thereby, vibration is transmitted to the hand of the user wearing the vibration device 20. The vibration mechanism 25 may vibrate the device main body 21 in one direction, or may vibrate in a plurality of directions. The vibration mechanism 25 operates by consuming electric power supplied from the rechargeable battery 24. The device body 21 may include a plurality of vibration mechanisms 25.

  Here, FIG. 1 shows an example of the first vibrating device 20a fixed to the right hand of the user. In the second vibration device 20b, the fixture 22 and the rechargeable battery 24 are fixed to the device body 21 in the opposite direction to the first vibration device 20a, but the device body 21 itself may be the same type as the first vibration device 20a. .

  The control device 10 is an information processing device that is communicatively connected to the vibration device 20, and may be, for example, a consumer game machine or a personal computer. In the present embodiment, the control device 10 is also connected to the display device 14 for communication. As illustrated in FIG. 2, the control device 10 includes a control unit 11, a storage unit 12, and a communication unit 13.

  The control unit 11 includes a program control device such as a CPU, and executes various types of information processing according to programs stored in the storage unit 12. The specific processing contents of the control unit 11 will be described in detail later.

  The storage unit 12 is a memory device or the like and holds a program executed by the control unit 11. This program may be provided by being stored in a computer-readable non-transitory storage medium and copied to the storage unit 12. The storage unit 12 also operates as a work memory for the control unit 11.

  The communication unit 13 includes a serial interface such as USB (Universal Serial Bus) or a wireless communication interface such as Bluetooth (registered trademark). The control device 10 is communicably connected to each vibration device 20 via the communication unit 13. In particular, in the present embodiment, the communication unit 13 receives information indicating the content of the operation performed by the user from each vibration device 20. In addition, the communication unit 13 transmits a control signal for operating the vibration mechanism 25 of each vibration device 20 in accordance with an instruction from the control unit 11.

  Further, the communication unit 13 includes a communication interface for communicating with the display device 14 in a wired or wireless manner. The control device 10 transmits video data to be displayed by the display device 14 to the display device 14 via the communication unit 13.

  The display device 14 displays a video based on the video signal transmitted from the control device 10. For example, the display device 14 may be a device of a type used by a user such as a head-mounted display attached to the head.

  Hereinafter, the operation of the control unit 11 of the control device 10 will be described. In the present embodiment, the control unit 11 functionally includes an application execution unit 31, a vibration data acquisition unit 32, and a vibration control unit 33, as illustrated in FIG. These functions are realized by the control unit 11 operating according to a program stored in the storage unit 12. This program may be provided to the control device 10 via a communication network such as the Internet, or may be provided by being stored in a computer-readable information storage medium such as an optical disk.

  The application execution unit 31 is realized by the control unit 11 executing an application program such as a game. The application execution unit 31 executes various types of processing according to the user's operation content on the vibration device 20 and displays the processing results on the screen of the display device 14. For example, the application execution unit 31 may construct a virtual space in which various virtual objects are arranged, and present an image showing the internal state to the user.

  Furthermore, the application execution part 31 outputs the vibration data for vibrating each of the 1st vibration device 20a and the 2nd vibration device 20b according to the content of the process. This vibration data is data for instructing how to vibrate the vibration mechanism 25 incorporated in each vibration device 20, and here is data obtained by encoding the waveform of vibration to be generated by the vibration mechanism 25. Shall. That is, the amplitude of the waveform included in the vibration data represents the strength of vibration, and the frequency represents the period of vibration. Such vibration data may be described in a format similar to audio data. Further, it is assumed that the vibration data includes a waveform in which vibrations having a plurality of frequencies are overlapped, like the audio data. The vibration data output from the application execution unit 31 is stored in a buffer area secured in the storage unit 12 together with information designating which of the first vibration device 20a and the second vibration device 20b is an instruction. Hereinafter, data for vibrating the first vibration device 20a is referred to as first vibration data, and data for vibrating the second vibration device 20b is referred to as second vibration data. FIG. 4 shows an example of waveforms represented by the first vibration data and the second vibration data.

  The vibration data acquisition unit 32 sequentially reads out and acquires vibration data stored in the buffer area by the application execution unit 31.

  The vibration control unit 33 transmits the contents of the vibration data acquired by the vibration data acquisition unit 32 to each vibration device 20. Each vibration device 20 operates the vibration mechanism 25 based on the vibration data, thereby generating vibration according to the waveform represented by the vibration data. Thereby, the vibration device 20 can be vibrated according to the situation of the game etc. which the application execution part 31 performs, and the vibration can be shown to a user's left and right hand.

  Further, in the present embodiment, the vibration control unit 33 executes a correction process for correcting the strength of vibration on at least one of the first vibration data and the second vibration data as necessary. In this correction process, when vibration of one vibration device 20 is started while vibration of the other vibration device 20 is started, the vibration intensity presented by the vibration device 20 that is already vibrating is relative. This is a correction process that weakens. This is because if vibration is also generated in the other vibration device 20 while one vibration device 20 is being vibrated, the user hardly notices the occurrence of new vibration as it is.

  Hereinafter, of the two vibrations, the vibration that starts first is referred to as a first vibration, and another vibration that occurs later in the middle of the first vibration is referred to as a second vibration. That is, the second vibration is a vibration that starts after the start of the first vibration and before the end of the first vibration. In the following, for convenience of explanation, the first vibration is a vibration presented by the first vibration device 20a based on the first vibration data, and the second vibration is a second vibration device based on the second vibration data. The vibration 20b presents. However, conversely, the preceding first vibration may be the vibration of the second vibration device 20b, and the second vibration generated later may be the vibration of the first vibration device 20a.

  The vibration control unit 33 performs correction to relatively weaken the intensity of vibration in the correction target period among the first vibrations represented by the first vibration data. Specifically, this correction may be correction to reduce the amplitude of the vibration waveform included in the correction target period. Here, the correction target period is a part of a period including a period overlapping with a period in which the second vibration is presented among all periods in which the first vibration is presented. Subsequently, the vibration control unit 33 transmits corrected vibration data (hereinafter referred to as corrected vibration data) to the first vibration device 20a, and causes the vibration mechanism 25 of the first vibration device 20a to execute the corrected first vibration. . Further, the second vibration data is transmitted to the second vibration device 20b, and the vibration mechanism 25 of the second vibration device 20b is caused to execute the second vibration.

  In the example of FIG. 4, the application execution unit 31 outputs vibration data instructing to start the first vibration from time t0 and start the second vibration from time t1. After time t1, both the first vibration device 20a and the second vibration device 20b vibrate. In the example of this figure, the period T is determined as the correction target period, and the corrected vibration data is generated so that the first vibration within the period becomes weak. Thereby, the user can easily recognize the second vibration occurring within the correction target period.

  In the above description, the vibration control unit 33 executes the correction process for reducing the amplitude of the first vibration included in the correction target period for the first vibration data. Correction processing may be executed on the two vibration data. In this case, the vibration control unit 33 corrects the second vibration data so as to increase the amplitude of the second vibration included in the correction target period, and generates corrected vibration data. Even with such correction, the strength of the first vibration in the correction target period can be relatively weak compared to the second vibration. Furthermore, the vibration control unit 33 may execute a correction process for reducing the amplitude of the first vibration and a correction process for increasing the amplitude of the second vibration.

  Here, a specific example of a method in which the vibration control unit 33 determines the correction target period will be described. For example, the vibration control unit 33 may set a period until a predetermined time elapses from the start timing of the second vibration as the correction target period.

  Alternatively, the vibration control unit 33 may determine the correction target period by analyzing the waveform of the second vibration included in the second vibration data. Specifically, the vibration control unit 33 specifies an impact period in which the amplitude is greater than a predetermined value from the waveform of the second vibration, and determines the correction target period so as to include the period. For example, the vibration control unit 33 divides the generation period of the second vibration into short unit times, and calculates the root mean square of the amplitude included in each unit time. And when the unit time when the calculated root mean square exceeds the given threshold continues, the continuous period is specified as the impact period. In FIG. 4, the correction target period is determined so as to include the impact period specified as described above. The impact period is a period until the amplitude of the waveform becomes less than a given threshold after the start of the second vibration (that is, a period until the first unit time in which the root mean square of the unit time is less than the threshold). It may be. Thus, by including the period in which the amplitude of the second vibration is large in the correction target period, it is possible for the user to more easily recognize that the second vibration is occurring.

  Or the vibration control part 33 may extract only the waveform of a specific frequency from 2nd vibration data, and may determine a correction | amendment object period based on the magnitude | size of the amplitude. For example, the vibration control unit 33 extracts a waveform in a predetermined frequency band including the resonance frequency of the vibration mechanism 25 (the frequency at which the vibration mechanism 25 vibrates most efficiently), and impacts a period in which the amplitude exceeds a given threshold. Specify as a period. In addition, the vibration control unit 33 extracts only a waveform having a predetermined frequency or less from the second vibration data by low-pass filter processing, and specifies a period in which the amplitude of the extracted waveform exceeds a given threshold as an impact period. May be. Also in these examples, the vibration control unit 33 may evaluate whether or not the amplitude exceeds a given threshold using the root mean square for each unit time.

  In the above description, the impact period is specified by the vibration control unit 33 analyzing the waveform included in the vibration data output from the application execution unit 31 in real time. However, if the waveform of the vibration data designated by the application execution unit 31 is known in advance, the vibration control unit 33 stores in the storage unit 12 information on the impact period obtained by analyzing the waveform in advance. It is good.

  As a specific example, each of a plurality of types of vibration patterns is prepared in advance as candidate vibration data, and information on an impact period obtained by analyzing a waveform included in each candidate vibration data is also stored in the storage unit 12 in advance. It shall be. When it is desired to vibrate each vibration device 20 according to the progress of the process, the application execution unit 31 outputs information specifying one of a plurality of candidate vibration data as vibration data together with information specifying the target vibration device 20. . The vibration control unit 33 refers to the information on the impact period associated with the candidate vibration data designated as the second vibration, and determines the correction target period. And the correction | amendment which weakens the vibration of the determined correction | amendment object period with respect to the candidate vibration data designated as 1st vibration is performed. Thereby, the strength of the first vibration during the impact period of the second vibration can be reduced without executing the process of specifying the impact period in real time.

  According to the control system 1 according to the embodiment of the present invention described above, when vibration is presented to both the left and right hands of the user at the same time, the user can easily recognize each vibration.

  In the above description, the user wears one vibration device 20 on each of the left and right hands, and the left and right vibration devices 20 present vibrations at the same time. However, the embodiment of the present invention is not limited to this. For example, even when a plurality of vibration mechanisms 25 are built in one vibration device 20 and the vibration data acquisition unit 32 acquires vibration data for vibrating each of the vibration mechanisms 25 at the same time, vibration control is performed. The unit 33 may similarly correct the vibration data.

  The vibration control unit 33 may perform the same correction when a plurality of vibration data for vibrating the same vibration mechanism 25 is acquired. Specifically, the application execution unit 31 may continuously output a plurality of vibration data for vibrating the same vibration mechanism 25 depending on the processing content. Even when a plurality of different application programs are executed in parallel, it is possible that these application programs output vibration data for vibrating the same vibration mechanism 25 independently of each other at the same time. In such a case, the vibration control unit 33 synthesizes waveforms included in a plurality of vibration data specifying the same vibration mechanism 25 and generates combined vibration data for vibrating the vibration mechanism 25. At this time, similarly to the processing described so far, the vibration control unit 33 sets the period in which the preceding first vibration and the subsequent second vibration overlap as a correction target period, and relatively compares the first vibration in the correction target period. To make it weaker. The corrected vibration data obtained by correcting the waveform of the first vibration and the vibration data indicating the waveform of the second vibration are combined to generate combined vibration data for vibrating the vibration mechanism 25. Thereby, even when the instruction | indication which produces a some vibration with respect to the one vibration mechanism 25 competes, it can make it easy for a user to recognize each of these some vibration.

  In the above description, the vibration data is data obtained by encoding the vibration waveform. However, the vibration data may be data specifying the content of vibration by the vibration mechanism 25 in other data formats. As an example, the vibration data may be data that specifies the strength and length of vibration by a numerical value or the like. Also in this case, the vibration control unit 33 may specify the correction target period so as to include a period in which the intensity of the second vibration exceeds a given threshold value. Alternatively, the strength of the first vibration in the correction target period may be relatively weakened by performing a correction process that changes a numerical value that specifies the strength of the vibration.

  In the above description, the vibration device 20 is a type of device that is mounted on the palm of the user using the fixing tool 22. It may be a device that is attached to a place other than the palm. Further, here, the vibration device 20 is an operation device that accepts a user's operation input. However, the vibration device 20 is not limited to such a device, and is used only for presenting vibration to the user. It may be a device used for other purposes.

  In the above description, the control device 10 independent of the vibration device 20 performs correction to relatively weaken one of the plurality of vibrations. However, the present invention is not limited to this, and when one vibration device 20 receives an instruction to generate a plurality of vibrations from the outside, a microcomputer or the like built in the vibration device 20 targets a period in which the plurality of vibrations compete. It is also possible to perform correction to relatively weaken the vibration. In this case, the vibration device 20 itself functions as a control device according to the embodiment of the present invention.

  DESCRIPTION OF SYMBOLS 1 Control system, 10 Control apparatus, 11 Control part, 12 Storage part, 13 Communication part, 14 Display apparatus, 20 Vibration device, 20a 1st vibration device, 20b 2nd vibration device, 21 Device main body, 22 Fixing tool, 23 Operation Part, 24 rechargeable battery, 25 vibration mechanism, 31 application execution part, 32 vibration data acquisition part, 33 vibration control part.

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  1. A control device for a vibration mechanism that controls one or more vibration mechanisms that generate vibration and present to a user,
    First vibration data representing a first vibration to be generated by the one or more vibration mechanisms, and after the start of the first vibration and before the end of the first vibration A vibration data acquisition unit that acquires each of the second vibration data representing the second vibration;
    The strength of the first vibration generated in a correction target period including a period in which the first vibration and the second vibration overlap with respect to at least one of the first vibration data and the second vibration data. A vibration control unit that causes the one or more vibration mechanisms to generate vibration according to the corrected vibration data obtained by performing correction to relatively weaken the vibration,
    A control device for a vibration mechanism comprising:
  2. The vibration mechanism control device according to claim 1,
    The vibration control unit analyzes the waveform of the second vibration and determines the correction target period.
  3. The control device for the vibration mechanism according to claim 2,
    The vibration control unit determines the correction target period so that the amplitude of the second vibration includes a period larger than a predetermined value.
  4. One or more vibration mechanisms that generate vibrations and present to the user;
    A control device for controlling the one or more vibration mechanisms;
    Including
    The controller is
    First vibration data representing a first vibration to be generated by the one or more vibration mechanisms, and after the start of the first vibration and before the end of the first vibration A vibration data acquisition unit that acquires each of the second vibration data representing the second vibration;
    The strength of the first vibration generated in a correction target period including a period in which the first vibration and the second vibration overlap with respect to at least one of the first vibration data and the second vibration data. A vibration control unit that causes the one or more vibration mechanisms to generate vibration according to the corrected vibration data obtained by performing correction to relatively weaken the vibration,
    A control system comprising:
  5. One or more vibration mechanisms that generate vibrations and present to the user;
    First vibration data representing a first vibration to be generated by the one or more vibration mechanisms, and after the start of the first vibration and before the end of the first vibration A vibration control unit that causes the one or more vibration mechanisms to generate vibrations according to the corrected vibration data obtained by correcting at least one of the second vibration data representing the second vibration;
    Including
    The corrected vibration data is generated in a correction target period including a period in which the first vibration and the second vibration overlap with respect to at least one of the first vibration data and the second vibration data. A vibration device characterized by being vibration data obtained by performing correction to relatively weaken the vibration intensity of 1.
  6. A method of controlling one or more vibration mechanisms that generate vibrations and present to a user,
    First vibration data representing a first vibration to be generated by the one or more vibration mechanisms, and after the start of the first vibration and before the end of the first vibration Obtaining each of the second vibration data representing the second vibration;
    The strength of the first vibration generated in a correction target period including a period in which the first vibration and the second vibration overlap with respect to at least one of the first vibration data and the second vibration data. Generating vibration according to the corrected vibration data obtained by performing correction to relatively weaken the one or more vibration mechanisms;
    The control method characterized by including.
  7. A program for controlling one or more vibration mechanisms that generate vibration and present to a user,
    First vibration data representing a first vibration to be generated by the one or more vibration mechanisms, and after the start of the first vibration and before the end of the first vibration A vibration data acquisition unit that acquires each of the second vibration data representing the second vibration; and
    The strength of the first vibration generated in a correction target period including a period in which the first vibration and the second vibration overlap with respect to at least one of the first vibration data and the second vibration data. A vibration control unit that causes the one or more vibration mechanisms to generate vibration according to the corrected vibration data obtained by performing correction to relatively weaken the vibration,
    As a program to make the computer function as.
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