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KR101432801B1
KR101432801B1 KR1020130048124A KR20130048124A KR101432801B1 KR 101432801 B1 KR101432801 B1 KR 101432801B1 KR 1020130048124 A KR1020130048124 A KR 1020130048124A KR 20130048124 A KR20130048124 A KR 20130048124A KR 101432801 B1 KR101432801 B1 KR 101432801B1
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The present invention relates to a method for controlling the one-touch sound recording and playback of an electronic pen using a sticker with a code image printed. The method comprises: a sticker touch recognition step of recognizing a touch on a sticker by a user, capturing a code image printed on the sticker, analyzing the captured code image, converting the code image into code data, extracting an index value from the code data, and outputting the index (S10); a memory referencing step of searching the same index value by referring to a memory based on the extracted index value outputted in the sticker touch recognition step (S10) and of determining whether a sound source file is stored in the memory with the same index value assigned thereto (S20); and a playback/recording execution step of activating a voice input unit of an electronic pen to start to record sound inputted through the voice input unit and storing the recorded sound as a sound source file in the memory with the index value assigned thereto when the sound source file is not stored in the memory in the memory referencing step (S20), and playing a corresponding sound source file and outputting the sound source file through a voice output unit of the electronic pen when the sound source file is stored in the memory (S30).

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TECHNICAL FIELD The present invention relates to a method for controlling one-touch sound recording and playback of an electronic pen,

The present invention relates to a method for controlling the recording and reproduction of sound of an electronic pen and an electronic pen for performing the same, and more particularly, to an electronic pen for extracting an index value from a code printed in the form of a code image of a sticker on which a code image such as a dot code is printed A method of controlling one-touch recording and reproduction of an electronic pen that controls recording and reproduction of sound, and an electronic pen for performing the method.

Recently, unlike conventional CD players and MP3 players, it is a device that reproduces sound sources related to words or sentences by touching a print medium in association with a print medium, and recognizes index values printed in the form of code images such as dot codes And an electronic pen for playing a sound source file stored in a memory to which the index is allocated is widely spread.

A code image such as a dot code is directly printed on a textbook such as a book for an infant or a book for a language education as well as a code image such as a dot code is printed on a sticker so that a user attaches the sticker to a medium, A sticker for reproducing a sound source stored in a memory according to an index value recognized by contacting the electronic pen with the sticker, and an electronic pen.

In addition, in the case of using a sticker and an electronic pen, in addition to a function of playing back a stored sound source file, a user can record the sound source file in association with a sticker on which a code image of a specific index is printed .

When a user records a sound source file in association with a current sticker, a sticker printed with a code image for recording is printed separately from a sticker printed with a code image for recording, and a user assigns a specific index, When a sound source file is reproduced or newly recorded to generate a sound source file to which the corresponding index is allocated, a sticker for playback and a sticker for recording are separately used, so that they are respectively touched and played back or recorded.

In the case of the above method, it is troublesome to manage two stickers on the user side since two stickers should be used for recording and reproducing. In case of sticking a sticker to a specific part of a textbook or an article for educational purposes It is difficult to distinguish between the recording and reproducing functions due to the use of the two stickers which are distinguished from each other in view of the problem of appearance and considering that the subject of use is an infant or a child.

(Document 1) Korean Patent Publication No. 10-0912118 (Publication Date: Aug. 13, 2009 "Learning System Linked to Content and Learning Method Using It")

Accordingly, it is an object of the present invention to provide a one-touch sound recording and playback control method of an electronic pen capable of simultaneously performing recording and sound source playback functions with a single sticker, and an electronic pen performing the same.

In order to achieve the above object, in one aspect, the present invention provides a one-touch sound recording and playback control method of an electronic pen using a sticker on which a code image is printed, comprising: recognizing a touch of a user's sticker; A sticky touch recognizing step (S10) of analyzing the captured and captured code image to convert it into code data, extracting an index from the converted code data, and outputting the index; A memory inquiry step of inquiring a memory based on the extracted index value outputted in the sticker touch recognition step (S10) and searching for the same index value and determining whether a sound source file is stored in a memory to which the same index value is allocated S20); And if the sound source file is not stored in the memory inquiry step (S20), the sound input unit of the electronic pen is activated to start recording of sound input through the sound input unit and stored as a sound source file in the memory to which the index value is allocated (S30) of reproducing the sound source file when the sound source file is stored and outputting the sound source file through the sound output unit of the electronic pen.

A sticker re-touch detecting step (S40) of detecting a re-touch of the same sticky while reproducing the sound source file and outputting it through the sound output unit of the electronic pen; And when the sticker re-touch is detected in the sticker re-touch detection step (S40), the reproduction of the sound source file is stopped, the sound input section of the electronic pen is activated, and recording of the sound input through the sound input section is started And a reproduction / recording switching step (S50) of storing the index value as a sound source file in the memory to which the index value is allocated.

Preferably, the sticker touch recognition step S10 includes a step 420 of capturing an image of a portion of the sticker through the sensor input unit, a step 421 of determining whether a code image is normally detected from the captured image, A step 422 of outputting a code image when a code image is detected, a step 423 of analyzing the code image to convert it into code data and extracting an index from the converted code data, and determining whether the extracted index is normal (Step 424). If the index is normal, it is recognized as a touch of a sticker.

The method may further include determining whether the current pen is currently playing the sound file, determining whether the index value extracted when the current sound file is being played is the same as the index value of the currently played sound file, It is preferable to activate the voice input unit of the electronic pen to start recording of the sound input through the voice input unit and store the voice as a sound source file in the memory to which the index value is allocated.

Preferably, the sticker re-touch detection step S40 includes a step (450) of determining whether a code image is detected through a sensor input unit during reproduction of a recorded file, a step of outputting a code image when a code image is detected A step 422 of analyzing the code image and converting the code image into code data and extracting an index from the converted code data, a step 424 of determining whether the extracted index is normal, , It is determined that the re-touch of the sticker is detected if the extracted index value is the same index value by performing an index comparison process 453 for determining whether the index value of the sound source file currently being played is the same or not The reproduction / recording switching step S50 is performed.

The playback of the sound source file is stopped when the recording button is clicked, and the sound input unit of the electronic pen is activated to record the sound It is preferable that recording of the sound input through the input unit is started and stored as a sound source file in the memory to which the index value is allocated.

Here, the playback / recording switching step (S50) may be such that, when the sticker re-touch is detected in the sticker re-touch detecting step (S40), a message including the content of the recording start of the electronic pen is outputted to the user through the sound output unit desirable.

Preferably, the sticker touch recognizing step (S10) includes a sticky touch recognition process of receiving a signal corresponding to a sticky touch from a sensor recognizing a sticky touch of the electronic pen and recognizing the signal as a sticky touch of the electronic pen 510), a step 520 of capturing an image of a part of the sticker through a sensor input unit, a step 521 of determining whether a code image is normally detected from the captured image, a step of outputting a code image when a code image is detected (522), analyzing the code image, converting the code image into code data, extracting an index from the converted code data (523), and determining whether the extracted index is normal (524) .

According to another aspect of the present invention, there is provided an electronic pen using a sticker on which a code image is printed, comprising: a sensor input unit 110 for capturing an image printed on the sticker and extracting and outputting a code image; A digital signal processor 120 for analyzing a code image outputted from the sensor input unit 110 and converting the code image into code data and extracting an index from the converted code data; Receives the index extracted from the digital signal processing unit 120 and inquires the memory 140 to search for and reproduce the sound source file to which the index is allocated and output the sound source file through the sound output unit 160, A controller 130 for assigning a specific index to the sound to be input and storing the sound in a memory 140 as a sound source file; A memory (140) for storing the sound source file in association with an index assigned to each sound source file; A voice input unit 150 including a microphone and a sound processing circuit, for processing the sound input through the microphone and transmitting the processed sound to the control unit; And a sound output unit 160 for outputting a reproduced sound file transmitted from the control unit through a speaker, including a speaker and an amplifier circuit, so that the control unit 130 inquires the memory, And activates the voice input unit 150 of the electronic pen to start the recording of the sound input through the voice input unit and stores the voice as a sound source file in the memory to which the index value is allocated. Reproduced and output through the audio output unit 160 of the electronic pen.

Preferably, the control unit 130 reproduces the sound source file and detects re-touch of the same sticker while outputting the sound source file through the sound output unit of the electronic pen. When the re-touch of the sticker is detected, , Activates the voice input unit 150 of the electronic pen to start the recording of sound input through the voice input unit 150, and stores the voice as a sound source file in the memory to which the index value is allocated.

As described above, according to the present invention, when using the touch pen, it is possible to control recording and reproduction using only one sticker on which a code image such as a dot code is printed, so that the user can conveniently use the sticky management and recording and playback functions And it is possible to easily switch between recording and reproduction or reproducing / recording, thereby improving the learning efficiency of infants and the like and increasing the utilization rate of the sticker material.

1 is a conceptual view of an electronic pen system in connection with a sticker of the present invention;
2 is a configuration diagram of an electronic pen according to an embodiment of the present invention;
3 is a flowchart of a method of controlling one-touch sound recording and playback of an electronic pen according to an embodiment of the present invention.
4 is a detailed flowchart of a one-touch sound recording and playback control method of the electronic pen according to an embodiment of the present invention.
5 is a detailed flowchart of a one-touch sound recording and playback control method of an electronic pen according to another embodiment of the present invention.

Hereinafter, the present invention will be described in detail with reference to the accompanying drawings. These embodiments are described in sufficient detail to enable those skilled in the art to practice the invention. It should be understood that the various embodiments of the present invention are different, but need not be mutually exclusive. For example, certain features, structures, and characteristics described herein may be implemented in other embodiments without departing from the spirit and scope of the invention in connection with an embodiment. It is also to be understood that the position or arrangement of the individual components within each disclosed embodiment may be varied without departing from the spirit and scope of the invention. The following detailed description is, therefore, not to be taken in a limiting sense, and the scope of the present invention is to be limited only by the appended claims, along with the full scope of equivalents to which the claims are entitled, if properly explained. In the drawings, like reference numerals refer to the same or similar functions throughout the several views.

Also, in the present specification, when one component 'receives' information or data from another component, the component may receive the information or data directly from the other component, and at least one Quot; means that the information or data may be received from the other component via another component. On the contrary, when one component 'directly receives' information or data from another component, it means that the information or data is received from the other component without going through another component. Also, the terms 'transmission' and 'transmission', 'direct transmission', and 'direct transmission' are used in the same sense.

In this specification, a code image printed on a sticker is used as a meaning including not only a printed image of a dot code, a bar code, and other codes, but also images such as numerals, characters and the like that can be recognized as a known technique. In this specification, the code image-related information or data refers to captured images, code-related information or data recognized from the photographed image, and data or data necessary for generating other necessary information or data and control commands are added or processed It includes information and data. The index or index value extracted from the recognized code data is not limited to a separate value obtained from the code data, but may be the code data itself.

In this specification, the touch on the sticker of the electronic pen is not necessarily limited to the physical touch, but is used as a concept including that the electronic pen is approached by the user to the vicinity of which the capture of the code image is possible.

Hereinafter, an embodiment of an electronic pen for performing the one-touch sound recording and reproduction control method of the electronic pen of the present invention will be described.

1 is a conceptual diagram of an electronic pen system in connection with a sticker of the present invention.

1, the electronic pen 100 captures a printed code image, extracts an index value from the printed code, and controls recording and reproduction of the sound according to the index value, thereby having a recording or sound reproducing function. In addition, it has additional functions such as a data communication function with an external device such as a PC via an external interface such as a USB port of a conventional electronic pen, and a user control function based on a user button input.

The code image is printed on the sticker 200 and the electronic pen 100 captures the code image printed on the sticker 100 by touching or approaching the sticker of the sensor input portion at the end of the electronic pen 100 In the case of Fig. 1, the dot code is printed in the form of a pattern in the case where a dot code image of the same type as the enlarged portion is printed on the sticker, The value is extracted.

2 is a configuration diagram of an electronic pen according to an embodiment of the present invention. 2, a sensor input unit 110, a digital signal processing unit 120, a control unit 130, a memory 140, a voice input unit 150, a voice output unit 160, a button input unit 170, And an interface 180.

 The sensor input unit 110 captures an image printed on the sticker, and extracts and outputs a code image. The sensor input unit 110 repeatedly scans or captures an image of a dot code pattern on the printed surface of the sticker, When the code image or the dot code pattern is recognized, the dot code image data is output to the digital signal processing unit 120.

The sensor input unit 110 may include a pressure sensor (not shown) or a proximity sensor (not shown). The sensor input unit 110 may detect whether a touch or proximity is made on the printed surface of the sticker, And output the digital signal to the digital signal processing unit 120.

 The digital signal processing unit 120 receives a code image captured by the sensor input unit 120, analyzes the code image, converts the code image into code data, extracts an index from the code image, and outputs the extracted code image to the control unit 100.

The control unit 130 receives the index extracted from the digital signal processing unit 120, inquires the memory 140, searches for and reproduces the sound source file to which the index is allocated, and outputs the search through the sound output unit 160, The sound input through the sound input unit 150 is assigned to a specific index so as to be stored in the memory 140 as a sound source file and other components of the electronic pen and their functions are controlled.

4 and 5, the control unit 130 includes a microprocessor (not shown) and a built-in memory. The control unit 130 includes a built-in program for implementing the one-touch sound recording and playback control method of the electronic pen according to the embodiment of the present invention Or calls a program stored in the memory 140 and executes the program.

In addition, the control unit 130 is embodied such that an audio codec and an associated program for reproducing a stored sound source file and converting an input sound to a sound source file can be embedded or can be called up by executing a program stored in the memory 140. [

Particularly, in the present invention, the control unit 130 basically inquires the memory and activates the sound input unit 150 of the electronic pen when the sound source file is not stored to start the recording of the sound input through the sound input unit If the sound source file is stored, the sound source file is reproduced and output through the sound output unit 160 of the electronic pen. In addition, when the sound source file is reproduced and the same sticker is re-touched while being output through the sound output unit of the electronic pen, and the re-touch of the sticker is detected, the reproduction of the sound source file is stopped, 150 to activate recording of the sound input through the sound input unit 150 and store the sound as a sound source file in the memory to which the index value is allocated.

The memory 140 stores sound source files, and each sound source file is assigned an index value and stored in a designated location in the memory.

The voice input unit 150 includes a microphone and a sound processing circuit, and functions to process the sound input through the microphone and transmit the processed sound to the control unit. The sound processing circuit may include a circuit for digital conversion of the input sound .

The sound output unit 160 includes a speaker and an amplifier circuit, and outputs the reproduced sound file transmitted from the control unit 130 through a speaker.

The button input unit 170 receives a user's button input for various functions of the electronic pen including a recording and reproducing function and generates a different signal according to a button input of the user and transmits the generated signal to the control unit 130, And controls the corresponding component so as to perform a function corresponding to a button input of the user.

The external interface 180 functions to enable data communication between the electronic pen and an external device or a storage medium such as a USB communication port and includes an earphone port for outputting an audio signal in some cases.

Hereinafter, an embodiment of a one-touch sound recording and reproduction control method of the electronic pen of the present invention will be described.

3 is a flowchart of a method for controlling one-touch sound recording and reproduction of an electronic pen according to an embodiment of the present invention.

FIG. 4 is a detailed flowchart of a method of controlling one-touch sound recording and reproduction of an electronic pen according to an embodiment of the present invention. FIG. 5 is a flowchart illustrating a method of controlling the one-touch sound recording and reproduction of an electronic pen according to another embodiment of the present invention. FIG.

Referring to FIG. 3, a one-touch sound recording and reproduction control method of an electronic pen using a sticker on which a code image is printed, basically includes a sticker touch recognition step S10, a memory inquiry step S20, (S30), and is performed by controlling the respective components of the electronic pen described above and the functions of the control unit for them.

The sticker touch recognition step S10 recognizes the touch of the sticker using the electronic pen of the user, captures the code image printed on the sticker, analyzes the captured code image to convert it into code data, extracts an index from the converted code data In the embodiment of FIG. 4, the code image printed on the sticker is captured, the captured code image is analyzed and converted into code data, and an index is extracted from the converted code data. Is performed to recognize the touch.

4, the sticker touch recognition step S10 includes a step 420 of capturing an image of a portion of the sticker through the sensor input unit, a step 421 of determining whether a code image is normally detected from the captured image, A step 422 of outputting a code image when a code image is detected, a step 423 of analyzing the code image to convert it into code data and extracting an index from the converted code data, and determining whether the extracted index is normal (Step 424), and if the index is determined to be normal, it is recognized as a touch of a sticker.

In the embodiment of FIG. 4, if it is determined that the code data or the index extracted therefrom is abnormal, the extracted index is error-processed (426), and the process of capturing an image of a portion of the sticker through the sensor input unit (420) and determining whether the extracted index is normal (424) are performed again within a preset number of times. It is also desirable to be configured to output a message associated with the error 426 to the user.

The sensor input unit 110 may include a sensor for recognizing a touch such as a pressure sensor (not shown) or a proximity sensor (not shown) And outputs the generated signal to the digital signal processing unit 120, a separate signal for distinguishing the detected signal is generated. In this case, as in the other embodiment of FIG. 5, in addition to the process of extracting and outputting the index, The recognition step S10 may be performed by analyzing an input signal from a sensor that recognizes a touch such as a pressure sensor (not shown) or a proximity sensor (not shown).

5, the sticker touch recognizing step (S10) receives a signal according to a sticker touch from a sensor that recognizes the touch of the sticker of the electronic pen and recognizes the signal as a touch of a sticker of the electronic pen A step 520 of capturing an image of a portion of the sticker through a sensor input unit, a step 521 of determining whether a code image is normally detected from the captured image, A step 522 of outputting a code image, a step 523 of analyzing the code image to convert it into code data and extracting an index from the converted code data, and a step 524 of determining whether the extracted index is normal .

The memory inquiry step S20 retrieves the same index value by inquiring the memory based on the extracted index value outputted in the sticker touch recognition step S10 and determines whether the sound file is stored in the memory to which the same index value is allocated And outputs the result.

Referring to FIGS. 4 and 5, it can be implemented by adding a step (425, 525) of determining whether the current sound source file is being played back before the memory inquiry step (S20). If not, (Step S20). If the index value is not reproduced, the index value is compared with the index value assigned to the music file currently being reproduced (steps 453 and 553). In the case where the two index values are not the same, the memory is inquired based on the index value by inquiring of the index value by the new sticker touch. If the two index values are the same, the voice input section of the electronic pen is activated, And stores it as a sound source file in the memory to which the index value is assigned. This means that the user can re-touch the same sticker The player is recognized by re-touching the same sticker during playback of the sound source file and is switched from the playback mode to the recording mode.

If the sound source file is not stored in the memory inquiry step (S20), the reproduction / recording execution step (S30) activates the voice input part of the electronic pen to start the recording of the sound inputted through the voice input part, And stores the sound source file as a sound source file in the allocated memory. When the sound source file is stored in the memory to which the index value is allocated, the sound source file is reproduced and output through the sound output unit of the electronic pen.

Through this, through the touch of a single sticker of the electronic pen, recording and reproduction can be simultaneously controlled.

In addition, the sticker re-touch detecting step S40 may further include a sticker re-touch detecting step S40 and a replay / record switching step S50, wherein the sticker re- In the embodiment of FIG. 4, a code image printed on the sticker is captured during playback of the sound source file, and when a code image is detected, the code image is output and converted into code data, The index extracted through the process of extracting the index from the code data is compared with the index assigned to the sound source file currently being reproduced, and when the same index is determined, re-touch of the sticker of the user is recognized.

4, a sticker re-touch detection step S40 of the embodiment of FIG. 4 includes a step 450 of determining whether a code image is detected through a sensor input unit during playback of a recorded file, A step 422 of outputting a code image when it is detected, a step 423 of analyzing the code image to convert it into code data and extracting an index from the converted code data, a process of determining whether the extracted index is normal 424), and in the case of a normal index, an index comparison process (453) for determining whether the extracted index value is the same as the index value of the sound source file currently being reproduced is performed. If the index value is the same index value, It is determined that a case is reached. When the re-touch of the sticker is detected, the electronic pen performs the above-described playback / recording switching step (S50).

The sensor input unit 110 may include a sensor for recognizing a touch such as a pressure sensor (not shown) or a proximity sensor (not shown) And outputs the signal to the digital signal processor 120. As in the other embodiment of FIG. 5, when an additional signal is generated and the index is extracted and compared with an index of the sound source file being output, The sticker re-touch detection step S40 may be performed by analyzing an input signal of a pressure sensor (not shown) or a proximity sensor (not shown) inputted during reproduction of the sound source file.

In the playback / recording switching step S50, when the sticker re-touch is detected in the sticker re-touch detecting step S40, the playback of the sound source file is stopped, the audio input unit of the electronic pen is activated, And stores it as a sound source file in the memory to which the index value is allocated.

In this case, the reproduction / recording switching step (S50) may be such that when the sticker is re-touched in the sticker re-touch detecting step (S40), a message including the contents of the recording start of the electronic pen is outputted to the user through the sound output unit , And the message may include contents for instructing input of voice or the like in addition to the contents of the recording start.

In addition, a process of determining whether a recording button of the electronic pen is clicked during reproduction of a sound source file is performed to stop the reproduction of the sound source file when the recording button is clicked, and the audio input section of the electronic pen is activated Recording of the sound input through the voice input unit may be started and stored as a sound source file in the memory to which the index value is allocated.

Then, the recording is recognized as completion by clicking a button of a user during recording or by voice recording or the like for a predetermined time, and the routine is terminated upon completion of recording.

As has been described above, specific combinations of configurations or steps of the present invention have been described in detail by way of the above embodiments, but other combinations of such configurations and steps are likewise possible. The present invention is not limited to the specific embodiments disclosed herein, and such other combinations are incorporated into the scope of the present invention. Therefore, the present invention is not limited to the above-described embodiments, and various modifications and changes may be made thereto by those skilled in the art to which the present invention belongs.

100: Digital Pen 200: Sticker
110: sensor input unit 120: digital signal processing unit
130: control unit 140: memory
150: audio input unit 160: audio output unit

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  1. A method of controlling a one-touch sound recording and playback of an electronic pen using a sticker on which a code image is printed,
    A sticky touch recognition step (S10) of recognizing a touch of a user's sticker, capturing a code image printed on a sticker, analyzing the captured code image to convert it into code data, extracting an index from the converted code data, and outputting the index;
    A memory inquiry step of inquiring a memory based on the extracted index value outputted in the sticker touch recognition step (S10) and searching for the same index value and determining whether a sound source file is stored in a memory to which the same index value is allocated S20);
    If the sound source file is not stored in the memory inquiry step (S20), the sound input unit of the electronic pen is activated to start sound recording through the sound input unit and store the sound source file in the memory allocated with the index value A reproduction / recording execution step (S30) of reproducing the sound source file when the sound source file is stored and outputting the sound source file through the sound output unit of the electronic pen;
    A sticker re-touch detection step (S40) of detecting a re-touch of the same sticky while reproducing a sound source file and outputting through a sound output unit of the electronic pen; And
    In the sticker re-touch detecting step S40, when the re-touch of the sticker is detected, the reproduction of the sound source file is stopped, the sound input section of the electronic pen is activated to start the recording of the sound inputted through the sound input section, And a playback / recording switching step (S50) of storing the sound file as a sound source file in the memory to which the value is allocated.
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  3. The method according to claim 1,
    In the sticker touch recognition step S10,
    A step 420 of capturing an image of a portion of the sticker through the sensor input unit,
    A step 421 of judging whether a code image is normally detected from the captured image,
    A step 422 of outputting a code image when a code image is detected,
    Analyzing the code image to convert it into code data, extracting an index from the converted code data (423), and
    (424) of determining whether the extracted index is normal, and if the index is normal, recognizing it as a touch of a sticker.
  4. The method of claim 3,
    Determining whether or not the index value of the current sound source file is equal to the index value extracted when the current sound source file is currently being reproduced; The control unit activates the voice input unit of the electronic pen to start recording of the sound input through the voice input unit and stores the voice as a sound source file in the memory to which the index value is assigned. Way.
  5. The method according to claim 1,
    The sticker re-touch detection step (S40)
    A step (450) of judging whether a code image is detected through a sensor input unit during reproduction of a recorded file,
    A step 422 of outputting a code image when a code image is detected,
    A step 423 of analyzing the code image to convert it into code data and extracting an index from the converted code data,
    Determining whether the extracted index is normal (424), and
    In the case of a normal index, an index comparison process 453 is performed to determine whether the extracted index value is the same as the index value of the sound source file currently being reproduced. If the index value is the same index value, Wherein the reproducing / recording switching step (S50) is performed.
  6. The method according to claim 1,
    The playback of the sound source file is stopped when the recording button is clicked, and the sound input unit of the electronic pen is activated to record the sound Wherein the recording of the sound input through the input unit is started and stored as a sound source file in the memory to which the index value is assigned.
  7. The method according to claim 1,
    The playback / recording switching step S50 is a step of outputting to the user through the sound output unit a message including the recording start contents of the electronic pen when the sticker is re-touched in the sticker re-touch detecting step S40 A method for controlling one-touch sound recording and reproduction of an electronic pen.
  8. The method according to claim 1,
    The sticky touch recognition step (S10)
    A sticker touch recognition process 510 for receiving a signal corresponding to a sticker touch from a sensor that recognizes a touch of the sticker of the electronic pen and recognizing the signal as a sticker touch of the electronic pen,
    A step 520 of capturing an image of a portion of the sticker through the sensor input unit,
    A step 521 of judging whether a code image is normally detected from the captured image,
    A step 522 of outputting a code image when a code image is detected,
    A step 523 of analyzing the code image to convert it into code data and extracting an index from the converted code data;
    Determining whether the extracted index is normal; and determining whether the extracted index is normal.
  9. An electronic pen using a sticker on which a code image is printed,
    A sensor input unit 110 for capturing an image printed on the sticker and extracting and outputting a code image;
    A digital signal processor 120 for analyzing a code image outputted from the sensor input unit 110 and converting the code image into code data and extracting an index from the converted code data;
    Receives the index extracted from the digital signal processing unit 120 and inquires the memory 140 to search for and reproduce the sound source file to which the index is allocated and output the sound source file through the sound output unit 160, A controller 130 for assigning a specific index to the sound to be input and storing the sound in a memory 140 as a sound source file;
    A memory (140) for storing the sound source file in association with an index assigned to each sound source file;
    A voice input unit 150 including a microphone and a sound processing circuit, for processing the sound input through the microphone and transmitting the processed sound to the control unit;
    And a sound output unit (160) including a speaker and an amplifier circuit for outputting a reproduced sound file transmitted from the control unit through a speaker,
    If the sound source file is not stored in the memory, the control unit 130 activates the sound input unit 150 of the electronic pen to start sound recording through the sound input unit, If the sound source file is stored, the corresponding sound source file is reproduced and output through the sound output unit 160 of the electronic pen, and the sound source file is reproduced and output through the sound output unit of the electronic pen When the re-touch of the same sticker is detected and the re-touch of the sticker is detected, the playback of the sound source file is stopped, and the sound input unit 150 of the electronic pen is activated, and the sound input through the sound input unit 150 And stores the index value as a sound source file in the memory to which the index value is allocated. The electronic pen.
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