KR20140098638A - The System And The Method For Giving Imformation By Stages - Google Patents

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KR20140098638A
KR20140098638A KR1020130030858A KR20130030858A KR20140098638A KR 20140098638 A KR20140098638 A KR 20140098638A KR 1020130030858 A KR1020130030858 A KR 1020130030858A KR 20130030858 A KR20130030858 A KR 20130030858A KR 20140098638 A KR20140098638 A KR 20140098638A
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Abstract

The present invention is an input device that outputs an operation command of a step when a manipulation command of a step of distinguishing a step on the display is input in a knob having a display, a central processing unit and an input device, And outputs the information corresponding to the step to the display so that the information associated with the information displayed on the current screen can be effectively displayed on the display screen without the screen switching command several times.

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BACKGROUND OF THE INVENTION 1. Field of the Invention [
The present invention relates to a system in which information is provided step by step, instructions for operating a step on a display are inputted through various input devices, and contents of information are provided step by step according to an operation command of the step.
A touch screen or a touch panel detects a touched position by directly touching a character or a specific position displayed on a screen (screen) with a finger or an arbitrary operating means without using a keyboard, and processes the touched position through the stored software Quot; user interface " As an example, the touch panel includes a resistive overlay, a surface acoustic wave, a capacitive overlay, and an infrared beam.
In addition, the user can directly perform a desired operation command on the display due to the various types of touch input devices, and is actually adopted as an input unit for a personal portable terminal (smart phone, PDA, MP3, mobile phone, etc.) or a tablet PC.
However, since the display of the current terminal has a lot of information interrelated, a specific method for effectively displaying another information associated with the information currently displayed on the display has not been proposed yet.
That is, currently, only the information displayed on the current screen is connected through the creek, but when the information displayed on the screen is more than one level, it can not be effectively connected to the information. There is a patented technology for moving a control command on the display screen. However, a specific method of controlling the degree of detail of information displayed by inputting a control command on the display or controlling the amount of information to be displayed is not provided .
It only provides a way to allow the lock function to be provided through the input device on top of another conventional US patent (US 7,657,849).
Accordingly, there is a need for a method of providing information in a stepwise manner so that desired information can be quickly displayed on the screen when using the content.
Prior Art 1: US Patent No. 6,639,584 (October 28, 2003) Prior Art 2: United States patent registration number US 7,657,849 (02/02/2010)
SUMMARY OF THE INVENTION The present invention has been made to solve the above problems, and it is an object of the present invention to provide a method and apparatus for displaying or providing contents of information in a stepwise manner, The present invention provides a system and method for connecting a plurality of terminals.
The above object can be achieved by an input device that outputs an operation command of a step when an operation command of a step of distinguishing a step on the display is inputted in a terminal provided with a display, a central processing unit and an input device, Recognizing the step of the operation command of the step, and outputting information corresponding to the step to the display.
When a point is selected on the display and the point is moved and information on the movement distance is output, the CPU determines the movement distance as a step, and when a point is selected on the display and the point is rotated and information on the rotation direction is output , The central processing unit determines the angle of the rotational movement as a step.
In addition, the step may be preceded by a + movement step, wherein the step - moving step is present, and two points are selected through the input device and the step is determined as the distance between the two points approaches or decreases.
According to another embodiment of the present invention, there is provided a short pusher having a display, a central processing unit and an input device, the terminal being connected to a server having a database and a control unit, The central processing unit recognizes the step of the operation command of the step and transmits information about the step of the operation command to the server or outputs the output of the input device to the server And the server outputs information about the step from the database and transmits the information to the terminal.
When a point is selected on the display and the point is moved and information on the movement distance is output, the CPU determines the movement distance as a step, and when a point is selected on the display and the point is rotated and information on the rotation direction is output , The central processing unit determines the angle of the rotational movement as a step.
In addition, there is a + moving step, and the moving-to-moving step is present.
On the other hand, two points are selected through the input device, and the steps are determined as the distance between the two points approaches or decreases.
If the current step is N and moves by + J steps +, the final selection step is N + J. If the current step is N and moves by I by -, the final selection step is N - I .
According to the present invention, when a step operation command is issued by a finger or an operation means through an input device at the upper end of the display, not only the information is provided step by step, but also, And also enables connection to information stored in another Internet site or other storage location.
1 is a diagram illustrating a configuration of a terminal connected to a server through a wired / wireless Internet.
2 is a block diagram showing the server in more detail.
3 is a block diagram of a terminal.
4 is a view showing a simple input device and an input device driving unit.
5 is a diagram of an embodiment for performing an operational command of a step through an input device.
6 is a diagram of an embodiment for explaining an operation command of a step.
7 is a diagram of another embodiment of an operation command via an input device.
Figs. 8 and 9 are diagrams showing steps of an operation command in the embodiment of Fig.
10 is a diagram showing an embodiment in which display information of a full screen is changed by an operation command of a step.
11 is a diagram showing an embodiment in which a part of the display information is changed on the screen by an operation command of the step.
12 to 14 are views showing embodiments of the present invention.
Fig. 15 is a view of another embodiment for performing an operation command of a step. Fig.
Fig. 16 is a flowchart for performing an operation command by a guide line.
17 is a diagram of another embodiment of a stepwise input method.
Figs. 18-23 are views of embodiments in which the size of the selection area is changed according to steps. Fig.
Figures 24 and 25 are views of embodiments in which the content and size of the information vary widely.
26 to 28 are views of another embodiment in the case where a selection area exists in the entire screen.
29 is a view of another embodiment of the present invention.
FIG. 30 is a view of an embodiment in which a selection area capable of executing an operation command of a step can be designated. FIG.
31 is a diagram of an embodiment showing a method of storing information in stages.
32 is a diagram of an embodiment for distinguishing functions of an image enlargement function and an operation command of a step.
FIG. 33 is a diagram of an embodiment capable of operating instructions of a step by a selected time. FIG.
34 is a view of an embodiment showing that a new function can be assigned to an operation command of a step.
35 is a view of an embodiment showing a method of displaying a guide line.
Figure 36 is a drawing of an embodiment in which steps may be added.
37 to 40 are diagrams showing an embodiment in which a selection area exists in a character service.
41 to 42 are views of embodiments in which two or more displays are provided.
Hereinafter, embodiments of the present invention will be described in detail with reference to the accompanying drawings. The configuration of the present invention and the operation and effect thereof will be clearly understood through the following detailed description.
Further, a detailed description of the known technology may be omitted.
In the present invention, information is displayed on the display screen through " step operation command ". In other words, there are steps 1, 2, 3, and N, and an operation command through the input device is performed step by step, and information corresponding to each step is displayed on the display screen.
In addition, there may be a " selection area " in which a step operation command can be executed only in a part of the entire display screen.
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1 is a diagram illustrating a configuration of a terminal connected to a server through a wired / wireless Internet.
The server 100 in the communication system constitutes a system for operating various information providing services through the wired and wireless Internet. An input unit 103 for administrating or managing information of the server 100 by an administrator or an operator, an output unit 105 for outputting or displaying information (including a connection terminal or a printer for outputting information) A database unit 104 for storing information about operations, and an interface unit 102 for transmitting / receiving data to / from an accessor via the Internet or a communication network. On the other hand, the information means all information such as an image, a moving picture, and a text.
The terminal (or computer) 110 is a terminal capable of transmitting and receiving various information through wired / wireless Internet (or communication network).
Therefore, the terminal 110 is provided with a central processing unit (CPU) 20, a display unit 30 for displaying various information, a memory unit 21 for storing various information, an input device 28 for inputting information, Or a data input / output unit 10 capable of inputting / outputting data.
2 is a block diagram showing the server in more detail.
The server 100 includes a control unit 101. The control unit 101 includes a data retrieval unit 111 for retrieving data, a data processing unit 112 and a site operation unit for managing and operating Internet users or Internet members 113).
The database 14 further includes an operation database 141 in which information related to site operation is stored, an information database 142 in which data corresponding to each information is stored, and a database (143).
The controller 101 and the database 104 are only one example, and the normal controller for performing all the algorithms of the server operation and the normal database for storing all the information are included in the embodiment of the present invention can do.
In the control unit 101 of the server 100, the site management unit 113 determines information on the user (or terminal), information on membership and content usage, etc. In the data search unit 111, Or the terminal) through the database 14. The data processing unit 112 transmits the result of performing the algorithm or the like and the searched data to the user through the interface.
3 is a block diagram of a terminal.
In the drawing, the central processing unit 20 is a control means for controlling the overall operation of a terminal (generally, a portable display device, a smartphone, or a computer) used in the embodiment of the present invention. The ROM 21a in the memory unit 21 (or 21a, 21b, 21c) controls the execution program of the display device, the RAM 21b stores data generated in executing the program, (21c) stores data required by the user and data necessary for processing the data.
The R / F unit 24 tunes to an RF channel, amplifies various input signals, and converts an RF signal received from the antenna into a required frequency signal. The input / output unit 10 includes an input unit and an output unit. The input unit includes various information input devices, a numeric key, a menu key, and a selection key. The output unit includes a speaker, a vibration device, and the like.
There is a display driving circuit 25 for receiving a signal output from the central processing unit 20 and driving the display. The driving circuit again outputs a signal that the display 30 can drive.
In addition, the central processing unit controls the input device 28 through the input device driver 27. That is, when information is input through the input device 28, the input window drive unit transmits the input information to the central processing unit to output it.
Meanwhile, the terminal of the present invention may include a portable display device, a smart phone, a tablet PC, or a computer.
4 is a view showing a simple input device and an input device driving unit.
(A) and (B) show a cross-sectional view of the input device, in which (A) and (B) show a capacitive method.
That is, in FIG. 3A, an electrode plate 29a coated with a transparent electrode is disposed under the protective plate 28a, and the electrode plate 29a is formed of one or two films coated with a transparent electrode.
2B, two films 29a and 29b coated with a transparent electrode are provided on the protective plate 28a so as to face each other while maintaining a predetermined gap therebetween. The input device 28 And an outer protective plate (or a transparent plate) 28b may be further provided on the upper side. The protective plate 28b is coated with a desired pattern.
4 shows an example of a commonly used input device 28, which is not an invention of the input device 28. [ Thus, a conventional input device 28 capable of inputting information on the display is applicable to the present invention.
At this time, above the display means that information can be input without pressure or contact on the display surface.
Embodiments of the present invention can also be applied to an apparatus in which an input device element and a display are integrated.
The present invention can be applied to the embodiment of the present invention as long as it is possible to input information by distinguishing steps even through image change or operation change.
(C) is an illustration of an embodiment showing an input device driver. FIG. 5C shows only one embodiment. In the present invention, any conventional input device driver can be used.
The touch input driver 50 according to the embodiment of the present invention includes a calibration function execution unit 51, an average value detection time adjustment unit 52, an average value detection unit 43, a panel signal generation unit 54, and the like.
The input device driving unit of the present invention is only one embodiment, and a typical input device driving unit is included in the configuration of the present invention.
The calibration function performing unit 51 performs calibration with respect to the coordinate values of the touch input unit 72 when the apparatus is initially operated. According to the calibration function, the panel signal corresponding to the coordinate value of the actual position touched by the touch input unit 72 is selected. That is, the signal of the touch input unit 72 corresponding to the coordinate value is selected according to the resolution of the touch display 74, and the selected signal is provided to the control unit 30.
Accordingly, the controller 30 stores and manages coordinate values corresponding to the panel signals. The average value detection number adjustment unit 52 adjusts the average value detection count for the panel signal output from the touch input unit 72 based on the screen resolution information of the touch display 74 provided from the control unit 30. [ When the screen resolution is changed to a high resolution, the average value detection number is adjusted to be larger than the previously set value. On the contrary, when the screen resolution is changed to the low resolution, the average value detection number is adjusted to be smaller than the previously set value.
The average value detecting unit 53 detects an average value of the panel signals transmitted from the touch input unit 72 based on the average value detection number adjusted by the average value detection number adjusting unit 52. [ The average value detecting unit 53 transmits the detected average value to the panel signal generating unit 54.
The panel signal generating unit 54 generates a panel signal using the changed screen resolution of the touch display 74 provided from the controller 30 or the position information of the display screen changed by the virtual scroll and the average value of the currently input panel signals do.
The touch input driver 50 configured as described above continuously detects the position information of the touch point when the user touches the touch point using two fingers or one finger or any operation means, And output as final position information.
5 is a diagram of an embodiment for performing an operational command of a step through an input device.
As in the embodiment of FIG. 5, a small bar on the display 30 or a manipulation command of the step is made using a finger,
That is, the information displayed on the display is selected through the input device 28 and the operation command of the step is inputted. As shown in FIG. 5, using two fingers (or bars), a step operation command is executed in such a manner that the distance between the points (points) selected by the two fingers is reduced or increased.
6 is a diagram of an embodiment for explaining an operation command of a step.
An operation command for setting two points by two fingers (or two bars), dividing the moving distance by which the point moves, and allowing each step to recognize the command is a "step operation command ". When the operation command of the step is executed, information corresponding to each step is displayed on the screen of the terminal display 30. The step is a finite number N of at least two steps. It is not good if there are too many, so 10 or 5 steps are suitable.
The steps are summarized as follows.
1) Steps are determined as steps 1, 2, 3 and N, and distances recognized as one step are predetermined.
2) The maximum number of steps that can be recognized is predetermined. The maximum distance that can be recognized is also predetermined.
The operation command of step 3) exists in the + direction and the - direction.
There is an error range when performing the operation command of step 4).
5) There is information corresponding to each step in each step.
Referring to FIG. 6, guide lines 50 and 51 which are movement paths between two points are shown, and the steps 50a, 50b, 50c, 50d and 50e ). (51B, 51B, 51C, 51D and 51E), respectively,
At this time, in the case of the figure (A) in which the distance between the selected two points approaches,
Step 50b, step 50c, step 50d, step 50e, step 50a, step 50b,
In the case of the diagram (B) in which the distance between the two selected points is increased,
Step 51a, step 51b, step 51c, step 51d, and step 51e.
If the distance for one step movement is predetermined to be 10 mm, if the movement command is 20 mm by the step operation command, it moves to the second step. Since the entire step exists up to 5 steps, the maximum movement distance becomes 50 mm.
Of course, the distance does not necessarily have to be the same for each step. For example, the distance from step 1 to step 2 may be 10 mm, and the distance from step 2 to step 3 may be 12 mm. Only the step-by-step distance is predetermined.
For example, if the moving distance of the step 1 to the step 2 is 10 mm, the moving distance of the step may be manually or automatically set to 12 mm.
Then, when the two points (points) selected through the input device are approaching, a minus (-) movement is made. (On the contrary, it can be set to + move when approaching.
Therefore, in the example shown in Fig. 6A, when the first-step movement is 10 mm and the second-step movement is 20 mm, it is moved in two steps in the minus direction. In the example of Fig. 6B, when the first-step movement is 10 mm and the second-step movement is 20 mm, it is moved in two steps in the + direction.
On the other hand, it is a matter of course that there is an error range in the operation command of the step of the present invention, as in item 4) above. If it moves by 13mm, it is judged as the first step. If it moves by 18mm, it can be judged as the movement by the second step. In mathematics, the concept of rounding and falling can be used to determine the error range according to the execution of the step operation command.
In addition, in the present invention, when an operation command for a step is to be executed, the guide lines 50 and 51 having graduated graduations can be displayed on the screen of the display 30 as shown in the embodiment of FIG.
In the present invention, the " guide line 50 (52) " is a method of displaying the step, the distance and the direction of each step on the display screen so as to conveniently execute the step operation command. Of course, the guide lines 50 and 52 are not necessarily displayed,
Since these guide lines are displayed, it is possible to visually provide information on the travel distance of each step. That is, by moving the scale by the scale indicated by the guide lines 51 and 52, it is possible to perform an operation command at a desired stage.
In FIG. 6, the step-by-step correspondence information is "50a-1, 50b-1, 50c-1, 50d-1 and 50e-1" 1), (51c-1), (51d-1), and (51e-1).
That is, the information corresponding to the first step " 50a " in the diagram (A) is "50a-1 ", and the information corresponding to the first step" 51a "
Meanwhile, the user of the present invention needs to make a selection for displaying the guide line on the display screen. That is, when a selection is made by a predetermined method, a guide line is displayed and a step operation command can be executed.
7 is a diagram of another embodiment of an operation command via an input device.
FIG. 7A is a view showing an embodiment showing that a point (point) selected by a finger or a bar moves through an input device, and FIG. 7B is a view showing an embodiment showing a moving angle by a rotational motion. The command of the + (plus) step can be set when the point moves up or when it rotates counterclockwise, and the minus direction is set opposite to the direction set by +.
Meanwhile, as another embodiment of the present invention, the direction of movement may be more subdivided than the movement in the upward direction and the downward direction. The vertical direction and the left and right direction can be determined to determine each step. That is, the upward movement can be defined as one step, the rightward two-step movement, and the downward movement as three-step movement. Further, several such directions may be subdivided. In other words, it is possible to divide the angle by 40 degrees starting from the clockwise direction, and to perform 9 steps. For example, moving from clockwise to 80 degrees is a two-step process.
The above movement is divided into a step of moving in the direction of an angle about the center of the selected area or around one point,
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Figs. 8 and 9 are diagrams showing steps of an operation command in the embodiment of Fig.
Fig. 8 shows an embodiment of Fig. 7 (A). It is possible to divide the moved distance (in the case of upward movement + movement) and the information of each step (content of information) on the screen. For example, the first stage is "52a" and the second stage is "52b". The first stage summary information is "52a-1" and the second stage summary information is "52b-1 ", so that the number of steps and summary information of each stage can be displayed on the display 30 screen .
In the embodiment of Fig. 8, the number indicating the step is displayed on the guide line, and the summary information for each step is displayed. For example, the summary information corresponding to the first step 52a is " mobile phone simple specification ", and the information corresponding to the second step 52b is " mobile phone detailed specification & Information about the specification is displayed.
The data of the design of the guide line according to the embodiment of FIG. 8 and the summary information displayed on the guide line can be stored in the memory unit 21 of the terminal 110 and stored in the database 104 of the server 110 .
When the operation command of the step is selected (at the user's selection), the central processing unit 20 of the terminal displays the guide line display information stored in the memory unit 21 on the display based on the selection signal.
Meanwhile, when the operation command selection command of the step is transmitted to the server by the control of the central processing unit 20, the controller of the server searches the guide line display information stored in the database and transmits to the terminal. Then, the terminal displays the received information on the display screen.
Fig. 9 shows an embodiment of Fig. 7 (B). That is, it is an embodiment of the present invention that the moving angle is divided into steps and the characteristics (summary information) of information about each step and each step can be displayed on the screen.
The procedure of the embodiment of FIG. 5 through FIG. 9 is as follows.
1) When a point (point) can be selected (a finger or a shortcut can be selected) through the input device 28 of the terminal, the input device driver 27 outputs position information (coordinates) of the selected point . When the point is moved, the input device driver 27 outputs movement information (coordinate) of the point.
2) The central processing unit 20 determines the position and the movement information of the output point, determines the movement step according to a predetermined algorithm, and determines the selected final step.
For example, if the current step is in the second step and the second step in the + direction, the selected final step is the fourth step.
3) When the selected final stage is determined, the central processing unit 20 selects the information corresponding to the last stage in the memory section 21 (or 21a, 21b, 21c) and displays the selected information on the display 30 And outputs a drive signal that can be output.
At this time, the final stage is transmitted to the server, and the controller of the server may retrieve information corresponding to the final stage in the database and transmit the information to the terminal. Then, the terminal displays the information corresponding to the final stage received from the server on the display screen.
In addition, the length of time for selecting and holding a specific area or designating a point can be divided into steps.
Also, the steps can be divided to the extent that the terminal itself moves or moves,
On the other hand, the motion at the top of the display can be recognized as an image element, and the signal outputted from the image element can be judged by an algorithm to divide the degree of motion into steps. At this time, you can judge by dividing the step by finger shape, eye shape or other image shape.
That is, even if the input method of the terminal is used, it is possible to distinguish and divide a step like an operation command of a step, and to allow the information corresponding to the final step after the operation command of the step to be displayed on the display will be.
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10 is a diagram showing an embodiment in which display information of a full screen is changed by an operation command of a step.
And the details of the information are changed step by step when the step is changed to step 1, step 2, step 3, or the like. That is, the picture on the left is more detailed than the picture on the right.
By this method, step 1 can be summarized, step 2 a little more detailed information, step 3 more information, etc. Then, one of the above steps is selected and displayed on the display screen by the operation command of the step.
For example, if you mark information about King Gwanggaeto, the first step is summary information of King Gwanggaeto, and as the steps increase, more detailed information of King Gwanggaeto is displayed. Of course, you can also choose to increase the detail as the step goes down.
11 is a diagram showing an embodiment in which a part of the display information is changed on the screen by an operation command of the step.
And a part of the area on the entire screen becomes the selection area 31 in which the operation command of the step is executed. Accordingly, the terminal user must first select the selection area. An example of the selection method is that the user selects the selection area 31 on the display for a predetermined time. Of course, there may be various choices depending on the type of terminal or program. Then, it is notified that the operation command of the step can be executed by the display method such as blinking of the selection area 31,
When the user of the present invention selects the selection area 31, the input device outputs the selection of the selection area 31, and the central processing unit judges that the selection area 31 is selected. Of course, the output information of the selection of the selection area 31 may be transmitted to the server so that the controller of the server may determine that the selection area 31 is selected.
Then, when a step operation command is executed on the selection area 31, the central processing unit displays the information corresponding to the selected final step on the display screen according to the method of the embodiment of the present invention.
At this time, as the selected final stage is changed, the selection region can be changed as follows.
1) Even if the selected final stage is changed, the size of the selected area may not change.
2) If the selected final stage is changed, the size of the selected area may be changed. At this time, the size of the selected area may be increased in proportion to the step.
As the step 3) is increased, the size of the selection area can be determined according to the content of the displayed information, rather than increasing the size of the selection area in proportion to the step.
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12 to 14 are views showing embodiments of the present invention.
The terminal 110 may be connected to the server via the wired / wireless Internet or the communication network to perform the operation command at the step. That is, when an operation command of a step is inputted through the input device 28 of the terminal 110, the inputted information is transmitted to the server through the communication network, and the server selects information corresponding to the operation command of the step in the database The selected information is transmitted to the terminal, and the terminal displays the received new information on the display 30 screen.
Further, by using the central processing unit 20 and the memory unit 21 in the terminal, the information corresponding to the operation command of the step can be displayed on the display screen.
It is a matter of course that the connection of the server or the algorithm execution in the terminal itself can be determined according to the kind of the program and information respectively. And this can be set programmatically or at the user's option.
In addition, in order for the information corresponding to the step of the operation command of the step to be displayed on the display screen, the information corresponding to each step should be stored separately in the database of the server or the memory unit of the terminal.
For example, if the birth of Gwanggateo Dae-wang is defined as a single unit of content, the information is related to the birth of Gwanggaeto Dae-wang, and the information is classified into five stages (when the stage is divided into five stages) according to the degree of detail.
That is, if the content storage information of the "Gwanggaeto Grand Bishop" is "HiKaKi001", the first step to display the summary information is "HiKaKi001-01", the second detailed step "HiKaKi001-02" Quot; HiKaKi001-5 "respectively.
Referring to FIG. 12, a screen conversion command is input (S102). In the present invention, the screen conversion command refers to a selection command that is executed before a user performs an operation command. The screen switching command causes the central processing unit (or the control unit of the server) of the terminal to be able to recognize the operation command of the step.
The screen change command may be performed by a menu button or by selecting a screen (or a selection area) for a predetermined time. Of course, the screen switching command may be omitted in some cases. It is possible for the central processing unit (or the control unit) to be able to recognize the operation command of the step just by displaying the information capable of the operation command of the step on the display.
First, a step operation instruction (operation instruction for distinguishing a step) through the input device is performed (S104)
Then, it is determined whether the current step is the first step (S106). If the step is not the first step, the process of step S130 is performed.
Then, it is judged whether the movement direction of the operation command of the step is the plus direction or the minus direction. The step moves from step 1 to step K.
It is determined whether or not the movement in the first-step direction (movement in the - direction) is performed (S108)
If it is the direction of the first step movement, the current screen step is displayed as it is (S110)
And, if it is not the direction of the first step movement (movement in the + direction), it is assumed as follows.
If the operation command of the step is from step 1 to step K, the lowest step is step 1 and the highest step is step K. At this time, it is assumed that the step input through the input device is a step J (S112)
If "1 + J
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K ", the screen of the K step is displayed. Otherwise, the screen of the step "1 + J" is displayed. (Steps S114-S118)
13 is a flowchart showing a case where the current screen display step is not one step.
If the direction of the operation command of the step is the one-step direction, it is connected to the step of "S150 ".
If it is not the first step, it is assumed that the current screen display step is N steps. Naturally, the screen display step is divided into steps 1 to K, with the lowest step being the first step and the highest step being the K step. At this time, it is assumed that the inputted step is step J (S132)
If "N + J
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K ", the screen of the step K is displayed. Otherwise, the screen of the step "N + J" is displayed (step S134-S138)
Fig. 14 is a flowchart when the input direction is the one-step direction in the "130 step" in Fig.
Similarly, it is assumed that the current screen display step is N steps. Naturally, the screen display step is divided into steps 1 to K, with the lowest step being the first step and the highest step being the K step. At this time, it can be assumed that the step input through the input device is a step J (S150). If "N - J
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The above algorithm execution is executed by the central processing unit (CPU) 20 of the terminal or the control unit 101 of the server.
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Fig. 15 is a view of another embodiment for performing an operation command of a step. Fig.
An operation command guide line 51 is displayed on the screen of the display 30 when a screen conversion command 30a is selected (creeped on the screen) and an operation command is issued through the input device on the display 30. At this time, the screen change command 30a means that the terminal is in a state where it can recognize the operation command of the step.
The current step is displayed on the operation command guide line 51, and the final step selected by the step operation command is also displayed.
That is, if the current step is the second step and the final step by the operation command of the step is the fourth step, the second step and the fourth step are displayed in bold as shown in FIG. 15, Step can be displayed.
Meanwhile, in the embodiment of the present invention, the change of the information displayed on the display according to the change of the step is as follows.
1) As the step increases, the amount of information displayed on the display increases. The detail of the information increases.
2) As the step changes, the content of the information displayed on the display changes. (The detail may not be increased.)
3) As the step changes, the program you run to display information on the display changes. For example, image information or moving image information can be displayed as the step changes. That is, in the second stage, it becomes the image information, and in the third stage, it becomes the moving image information.
4) As the steps change, the hierarchy of information displayed on the display can change.
For example, the first stage may be the appearance of an automobile, the second stage may be the appearance of a vehicle part in which the exterior of the vehicle is removed, and the third stage may be an internal appearance of the parts. That is, according to the change of the step, the information displayed on the display can be different from the appearance to the inner appearance.
5) As the step changes, information stored in a separate storage device or storage location may be displayed on the display.
That is, the information stored in the memory unit of the terminal storing the information of each step or the storage place other than the database of the server can be displayed as the step changes.
6) As the stage changes, it can be connected to other Internet sites.
That is, the information stored in steps 1, 2, and 3 is displayed, but in step 4, it can be linked to other Internet sites. Alternatively, you can connect to the Internet site in steps 2, 3, and 4. To do this, the Internet connection site information is stored in the corresponding step.
7) There may be a selection area in which a step operation command can be executed in the entire screen. At this time, as the step increases, the size of the selection area may become larger, may not be changed, or may be smaller.
Fig. 16 is a flowchart for performing an operation command by a guide line.
The guide lines 50 and 51 are displayed on the screen and displayed on the guide lines 50 and 51 so as to view the scale and perform an operation command for the step The control command can be performed more accurately, and Fig. 18 is an embodiment of this.
After execution of the program, the user of the terminal inputs the screen conversion command (S164) and executes the operation command of the step through the input device (S166)
The screen conversion command is not limited to the embodiment of the present invention. It is a matter of course that a screen change command can be performed through various commands such as a certain time creaking operation, a special movement operation, a separate menu display on the screen, or a specific button keyboard, button key, voice command, vibration command.
When a state of being able to recognize the operation command of the step by the screen conversion command is reached, the operation command of the step is performed through the input device (S166)
If the operation command control function of the step is performed by the terminal itself, the terminal central processing unit displays the guide lines 50 and 51 indicated by the step on the display screen. Of course, the server transmits the guide line display information to the terminal, and the terminal central processing unit can display the information transmitted from the server on the display.
The design of the guide line and the display information in the guide line are stored in the terminal memory or in the database of the server.
At this time, the manner in which the guide lines are displayed on the display screen is not limited to the shapes of the guide lines 50 and 51 shown in the embodiment of the present invention. The present invention can be applied to the embodiment of the present invention as long as the summary information corresponding to the step and the step can be displayed.
If the controller of the server controls the content displayed on the display of the terminal, the command executed by the input device is transmitted to the server, and the server displays the display of the terminal (S168-S174)
Then, the guide line and the display box (summary information) displayed on the display are displayed.
Further, if the selected step is not connected to another internet site, information corresponding to the operation command of the step is displayed on the display (S176 - S178)
However, if the selected step after the operation command is to be connected to another Internet site, information on the connected Internet site is displayed on the display. Then, various functions are performed in the connected sites (S180 - S182).
Performing various functions on the connected Internet site means all the functions that can be performed on the actual Internet. For example, it can be linked to a regular payment system to select and pay for a product. In other words, you can connect to an Internet site and perform tasks.
Then, the function can be terminated by a termination command. (184)
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17 is a diagram of another embodiment of a stepwise input method.
5A and 5B illustrate that guide lines 50 and 51 may be displayed on the screen of the display 30 in which graduations 50a, 50b, 50c, 50d and 50e are displayed. And the distance "L" (distance actually displayed on the display) of the interval between the scales displayed on the display 30 may be substantially the same as the distance traveled when performing the operation command of the step.
For example, if the distance "L" actually displayed on the display is 10 mm, then the moving distance of the first step through the input device in the step command is 10 mm. Therefore, the user who executes the operation command of the step can move (move through the input device) the actual scale of the guide lines 50 and 51 displayed on the display, so that the information of the desired stage can be displayed on the display have.
In addition, (B) and (50a), (50b), (50c), (50d) and (50e) may be displayed differently on the display 30. It is applicable to the embodiment of the present invention if the shape or shape capable of distinguishing the steps.
At this time, in performing the operation command of the step, it may be possible by moving the distance corresponding to the step through the input device, but it is possible to execute the step operation command by selecting a desired step among the steps displayed on the display. That is, when the current state is the first step 50a in step (B), and the information of the fifth step is displayed on the screen, the display bar 55 corresponding to the fifth step 50e may be selected.
On the other hand, (C) is an embodiment showing steps in the form of another shape. Each step 50a, 50b, 50c, 50d, 50e is in the form of a box.
Therefore, the shape representing the step is not necessarily limited to the shape of the embodiment of the present invention. It is natural to be able to display steps in various shapes.
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Figs. 18-23 are views of embodiments in which the size of the selection area is varied according to steps. Fig.
FIG. 18 is a view showing an embodiment in which the size of the original selection area 32 is changed to the selected area 32a as the step is increased. FIG. 18 is a view showing that the information to be displayed increases as the selection area increases.
1) When the selection area 32 is enlarged through the input device, the selection area 32a is changed in size.
2) It is possible to increase the size step by step, and as the size increases, the information displayed in the selection area also increases more.
Of course, it is not increased in some cases, and other information may be displayed.
3) The size of the selection area 32 can be reduced step by step through the input device, and the amount of information displayed in the selection area is reduced at this time.
Of course, it is not increased in some cases, and other information may be displayed.
4) When moving in the + direction in step 1, the size of the selected area is increased in steps of 2 or 3, and information corresponding to each step is displayed on the display screen.
For example, if the second stage is 1 cm larger than the first stage, an instruction to select the selected area through the input device and increase it by 1 cm can be performed. Then, the selection area is incremented by 1 cm on the display screen, and as a result, two steps are displayed. In addition, the selection region 32 has a changed selection region 32a, and the amount of information displayed is changed or changed.
19 is a view of an embodiment in which information such as an image can be displayed as the selection area becomes larger. In FIG. 19, although it is shown in three stages for convenience, it is natural that it can be divided into further subdivided steps.
The selected area 32a whose size has been changed in the original selection area 32 can be enlarged in the vertical direction, but can also be enlarged in the horizontal direction.
20 is a diagram of an embodiment in which information is stored, that is, when the step of size is divided into N steps, information corresponding to each step is stored. In this case, each type is each step, Is selected, the display corresponding to the information is displayed.
The information is stored in the memory unit 21 of the terminal or in the database 104 of the server. Of course, the information may be stored in a storage device or a separate server.
 The displayed information is not necessarily a text file, but an image file 32c or a moving picture file may also exist.
In addition, when a specific part (the Gangnam agency in FIG. 20) of the information displayed at a certain stage is creased, it may be connected to another site. To do this, in Type N (N steps), information displayed on the display and linked information to other sites should also be stored.
21 and 22 are flowcharts.
Execute the program and display the screen (S 190 - S 912)
If it is not possible to execute the operation command of the step, the operation command of the step should be executable (S194-S196)
When a stepwise operation command is executable, if the operation command of the step is executed through the input device 28 after the selection area 32 is selected on the screen, the selected area 32a ', 32a' (S198-S200). Then, the execution can be terminated by the termination instruction. (202)
FIG. 22 is a diagram of an embodiment for allowing a stepwise operation command to be performed smoothly.
After the execution of the program or the start of the screen display, the selection area 32 is selected and an operation command whose size is changed is executed (S210 - S212)
The size can be assumed to be from 1 to N, and the size of the selection area 32 is determined for each type from 1 to N. (214) Such size storage is performed by the memory unit 21 or the database (104).
Although the stepwise operation commander can accurately control the size of the selection area 32 to a predetermined size suitable for each type, it is more likely that it is not realistic.
At this time, the size adjusted by the operation command can be N + a. Where the value of N + a is the size between type N and type N + 1.
At this time, if the size of the final size N + a of the selection area 32a performed by the stepwise operation commander is close to the N + 1 type, the size of the selection area 32a is displayed on the display in the size of N + N + 1 type information is also displayed. (S216, S220)
At this time, if the size of the final size N + a of the selection area 32a performed by the stepwise operation commander is close to the N type, the size of the selection area 32a is displayed on the display in the size of N type, Type information is displayed. (S216 - S218)
On the other hand, when the size of the selection area is not stepwise, the selection object 32a (32a ') is displayed on the display 30 by the size of the result of the stepwise manipulation of the operator. If the size of the selection target is stepwise, the selection target 32a is displayed on the display 30 in the size indicated by S218 and S220. Then, it is terminated by the termination instruction.
FIG. 23 is a view of another embodiment showing that a selection region 32 capable of performing an operation command of a step can be displayed in a plurality of two or more in the display. In this case, one of the selection areas 32 can be selected to perform a stepwise operation command.
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Figures 24 and 25 are views of embodiments in which the content and size of the information vary widely.
As in the example of FIG. 24, when the information to be displayed is an image, information can be displayed according to the size of the selected area 32 changed in size by the stepwise operation command.
FIG. 25 is a view showing a shape in which the size of the selected area is changed in the first and second steps, and the size is not changed in the third and fourth steps. That is, both the step of changing the size and the step of changing the size may be used.
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26 to 28 are views of another embodiment in the case where a selection area exists in the entire screen.
There may be one or two or more of the selection regions.
26 is a diagram of an embodiment showing a table of contents.
The menu is displayed at the top of the display. It is also possible to execute the operation command of the step in all of the contents I to VII. Therefore, when an arbitrary one of the contents is selected and an operation command of the step is executed, information corresponding to the execution result is displayed on the display screen.
At this time, a separate window 40 is displayed and the result of the operation command of the step can be displayed. That is, when one of the above contents is selected and a method of distinguishing the selected contents from other contents is selected as the selected contents are activated (the color of the letters "establishment and development of consideration" is changed) .
In addition, the fact that the selected table of contents is activated means that the operation command of the terminal central processing unit (or the control unit of the server) can be recognized.
In addition, a function of closing the display window can be added. By selecting the "x" mark 40e as shown in FIG. 26, the display window can be immediately closed. That is, if the "x" mark 40e is selected, the display window is closed and the display is switched to the first display step (step 1 or step 0).
In this way, the operational commands of the steps can also be hierarchical. The step operation command is given to the selection area of " establishment and development of consideration " Unification of the Later Three States "and" 2. And the list of the "silent regime" etc. can also be subjected to the operation command of the step. Namely, when the operation command of the step is selected by selecting "4. Characteristics of the Korean culture", the information of the additional step for the "feature of the 4th culture" is displayed.
Then, if one of the finally displayed lists is selected, the page corresponding to the selected list is displayed on the display.
Fig. 27 is a diagram of another embodiment which is changed by an operation command of the step. Fig.
When there is one selection area 35 (of course, there may be two or more selection areas) in the screen displayed on the display 30, and when the selection area 35 moves + on one selection area, Additional information 35a having a region appears.
When one of a plurality of selection areas in the additional information 35a is selected and a stepwise control command is executed to move the + additional information 35b, the additional information 35b appears as a row. - Move to the original state when moved.
In addition, the additional information 35a (or other additional information 35b) appears more in proportion to the + moving distance.
That is, a new list is displayed by the operation command of the step, and one of the new list is selected and the operation command of the step can be executed again.
For example, as shown in FIG. 27 (A), when the first step 35 is the newspaper information, when the operation instruction of the step 1 is executed, the newspaper information is displayed in the second step 35a, The news information of the news, which is the third step 35b, is displayed. At this time, when weather or main news, which is one of the news classification information, is selected, the selection information is displayed on the display screen or connected to the Internet site where the selection information is displayed. On the other hand, one of the lists displayed in step 3 may be a search window 35c, and a search function may be given by inputting a search term in the search window 35c.
On the same principle, step 1 (35) may be used as Internet information, step 2 may display Yahoo and Google, and step 3 may be linked to details of the Internet portal site.
In addition, as shown in Fig. 27B, an operation command for a step can be issued. That is, when there are a plurality of first steps 35 and one of the first steps 35 is selected and an operation command of the step is executed, the selected step is displayed as a second step 35a. Then, when one of the two steps is selected and an operation command of the step is executed, the selected two steps are displayed in the third step (35b).
In the example of FIG. 27, each list may be Internet information or newspaper information, but it is not limited to Internet information and newspaper information, and may be various hierarchical information.
In addition, the above list is not limited to information display. Control command buttons can be displayed in the same way. When the number of buttons of the control command is more than a few and the display is difficult at a time, it is possible to divide the control command into steps and display it as a step operation command. Therefore, when one of the lists displayed in the final stage (the stage 3 in FIG. 3B) is selected, the selected control command is executed.
This process is performed by selecting the information stored in the memory unit by the central processing unit. Algorithms that can perform this operation are also stored in the memory unit. To this end, information corresponding to each step is stored in the memory unit 21. [
In addition, when the controller of the server performs the above process, information corresponding to each step is stored in the database 104 of the server, and the execution algorithm is also stored in the database.
28 is a flowchart of an embodiment in which a server transmits information associated with each step;
The control unit 101 of the server 100 selects the information to be displayed on the display 30 of the terminal 110 from the database 104 and transmits only the wired / wireless communication Or the Internet).
When the central processing unit 20 of the terminal outputs the display driving signal as the received information, the display 30 displays the information received from the server (S 250 - S 265)
At this time, it is determined whether or not the control command of the stage can be executed on the entire screen displayed on the display. In addition, it is determined whether a selection region exists in the display screen and the control command of the step can be executed in the selection region. That is, when the control command of the step is displayed in the display screen, the server transmits information of the other step connected to the information displayed on the display screen to the terminal. (S270 - S275)
20, when the information of Type 1 (Level 1) is displayed on the terminal display, the server also transmits information of Type 2 (Level 2) to Type N (Level N) to the terminal I will give you.
The central processing unit 20 of the terminal stores the received information in the memory unit 21 and judges a final step according to the embodiment of the present invention when an operation command is inputted through the input unit 28, The information corresponding to the final step is selected, and the selected information is displayed on the display.
That is, the central processing unit 20 of the terminal selects the information corresponding to the final stage from the information of the N stages from the second stage received from the server, and displays the selected information on the display.
(S 180) Meanwhile, when the program is ended and the end switch is operated, the terminal ends its operation (S 285 - S 290)
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29 is a view of another embodiment of the present invention.
Figure 5 is a diagram of an embodiment of applying an operation command of a step of the present invention to a smartphone icon. If there are multiple icons, it is difficult to display all the icons on one screen. In this case, if you make a single table using small letters, many icons can be displayed in one screen.
However, small characters can not be selected by hand if they are created using small letters. At this time, in order to solve such a problem, a part of the table becomes the selection region 1 step (35), and when a step operation instruction is given to the selection region, only the selected region is enlarged to two stages. In addition, since the icon image is displayed in the two-step region 35a, the enlarged icon image can be selected with a finger to have a certain size.
29, the upper left corner of the table is used as the selection area, but any position in the table can be used as the selection area.
FIG. 30 is a view of an embodiment in which a selection area capable of executing an operation command of a step can be designated. FIG.
As shown in the figure, when a selection line 40 is formed by selecting two points that can be a rectangle, a rectangle including the selection line is formed, and the rectangle formed becomes a line area 41. [ That is, the region of the created rectangle becomes the selection region 41 and becomes the first stage (or the N stage which is the highest stage). Then, the image or data information corresponding to the selection area 41 is stored in the storage position of the first stage by the information storage method of FIG.
Then, it is possible to execute a step operation command on the newly designated selection area 41.
31 is a diagram of an embodiment showing a method of storing information in stages.
When the step input 45 is selected on the display screen, steps 1 and 2 are displayed in a list form. The selection of the step input 45 in FIG. 30 means that the user of the present invention designates the selection area 35 (or the entire screen) so as to be able to input information per step. When the stepwise information input is completed, a step operation command is also made possible.
The user can select one of the step list 45a displayed in the step input 45 at any time. FIG. 30 is a diagram of an embodiment in which four steps are selected in the step list 45a. That is, if the fourth step is selected, the information input method 45b is displayed. The information input method 45b is distinguished by "input" for directly inputting information and "searching" for searching for a file and attaching information.
Then, when "input" is selected, an input window (not shown in the drawings) for inputting information is displayed, and when a "search" is inputted, the directory is displayed so that information can be searched in the memory (or database).
That is, the user of the present invention can input information corresponding to the first stage, the second stage, the third stage or the N stage. When the information is inputted, the information is stored by the method of the embodiment of FIG.
For example, if there is one set information " K10001 " having several steps, and the first level information is " K10001-01 ", the second level information is " K10001-02 " .
At this time, if one piece of set information " K10001 " is transmitted through a character or a mail, step-by-step information included in " K10001 " Then, the person who has received the information carries out the step operation command for the " K10001 " information, and displays the step-by-step information on the display.
32 is a diagram of an embodiment for distinguishing functions of an image enlargement function and an operation command of a step.
Conventionally used touch operation method is a method of enlarging an image. However, the present invention is an operation command of the step. Any area (or entire screen) displayed on the screen of the display 30 may be capable of both an image enlargement function and an operation command function of a step.
That is, when selecting the area in which the two functions are available, an arrow 46a of enlarging the image and an arrow 46b of the operation instruction of the step can be displayed on the display screen. At this time, in order to enlarge the image, the touch input is performed in the direction of the arrow 46a in which the enlargement of the image is displayed. In case of performing the operation command of the step, .
That is, an embodiment of displaying a touch input method guide capable of selecting an image enlargement step and a step operation command on a display screen is shown. The input method guide display may have various methods. However, in the present invention, there is an example in which an image enlarging function and an operation command function of the step can be both existed.
FIG. 33 is a diagram of an embodiment capable of operating instructions of a step by a selected time. FIG.
When the selection area 35 (or the entire display screen) is selected in the display screen, the selected point 47 is designated. And. The steps are distinguished according to the length of time for which the point 47 is selected.
For example, it is possible to make two steps for two seconds, one step for four seconds, and the step information 48a for indicating that the step changes according to the selected time. That is, if 6 seconds is selected, the third step is displayed through the step information 48a.
34 is a view of an embodiment showing that a new function can be assigned to an operation command of a step.
When the operation instruction of the first stage is performed, the operation instruction of the second stage is performed, and the operation instruction of the third stage is performed, corresponding information is displayed on the display screen. However, when the operation instruction of the fourth step is executed, the information corresponding to the fourth step is not displayed on the display screen, but a message requesting "approval" may be displayed. In other words. In the operation command step of the step, a message indicating a new operation may be included. Of course, when the payment is selected, the payment function is performed.
35 is a view of an embodiment showing a method of displaying a guide line.
The guiding line is started at the point 49 selected by the operator who has issued the operation command of the step. That is, when the positional information of the point for performing the operation command of the step is input (the process of selecting the point), the guide line is displayed as the start line at the position of the point.
Figure 36 is a drawing of an embodiment in which steps may be added.
When the step information view 61 is selected as shown in the figure, the step list 61a is listed, and when one step (for example, step 2) is selected from the step list, the selected (for example, It is displayed on the screen, so you can check the information of the desired step.
However, if " Add " is selected in the step list 61a, a new additional step can be created, and a new step can be created by inputting information in the additional step or by selecting and storing an information file. Then, as in the embodiment of FIG. 31, new additional step information is also stored in one information set.
In this case, the additional step may be made in the middle of the already existing step (for example, an additional step may be made in the middle between steps 2 and 3, and then step 3 becomes step 4) A method of adding more steps (for example, if there are five steps, 6 steps can be added).
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37 to 40 are diagrams showing an embodiment in which a selection area exists in a character service.
That is, the selection area 35 exists in the character service, and a step operation command can be performed on the selection area 35.
37 (A), the selection area 35 is located on the side of the reception character box 1. (Of course, in some cases, the side of the transmission character box 2 may be provided as an advertisement box The selection region 35 may be located.)
Naturally, as in the diagram (B), the advertisement box area 3a exists and the selection area 35 exists as an advertisement box therein. The length "AL" of the advertisement area (or the length "BL" of the selection area 35) can be changed according to the length "ML" of the character boxes 1 (2). That is, as the lengths of the letter boxes 1 and 2 are increased or decreased, the length of the advertisement area 3a can be increased or decreased.
The distance G1 between the advertisement box area 3a and the character box should not exceed 4 mm.
38 shows an embodiment in which an advertisement is displayed as a selection area 35 between characters (1) and (2) transmitted and received in (A). At this time, the size of the advertisement area 3a does not always have to be the same. The size of the length "AL" of the advertisement area 3a may become larger or smaller depending on the situation. Although the size of the advertisement area 3a and the size of the selection area 35 may be the same, it is preferable that the size of the selection area 35 is smaller than the size of the advertisement area 3a. Even if small, it is preferable that the size of the selection area 35 is at least half the size of the advertisement area 3a. This is because of the effective use of the ground.
The relationship between "L" and "G" shown in the drawing is as follows. That is, "L" is equal to or larger than "1 / 2G"
39 is a view of an embodiment in which a character box 1 (2) to be transmitted and received is adjacent to a selection area 35 as an advertisement box.
At this time, it may be natural that the selection area 35 is attached to the upper or lower side of the character boxes 1 and 2. However, it is natural that the selection areas 35 may be separated from each other considering the design shape.
FIG. 38 is a view showing an embodiment in which selection areas 35-1 and 35-2 may exist in the middle of the risk 5 when displaying a list 5 of persons who have exchanged characters.
At this time, various information such as a newspaper or a news may be displayed in addition to the advertisement in the selection area.
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41 to 42 are views of embodiments in which two or more displays are provided.
41, the first display 30-1 and the second display 30-1 are provided and the first and second display driving circuits 25-1 and 25-2 are also provided.
Also, the first display device is provided with a first input device 28-1 and the second display device is provided with a second input device 28-2. Also, first and second input device drivers 27-1 and 27-2 for driving the input device are also provided.
At this time, the two displays 30-1 and 30-1 and the two input devices 28-1 and 28-2 are controlled by one central processing unit 20.
42 is a view showing an embodiment in which an operation command of a step is displayed on two displays. That is, when a step operation command is performed on the first display 30-1, the result is displayed on the second display 30-2. Of course, if the operation command of the step is executed in the second display, the result can be displayed on the first display.
For example, if the first display 30-1 selects the selected area (the current first step) and moves to the second step through the operation command of the step, the final step becomes the third step and the information corresponding to the third step 2 display 30-2.
The function of FIG. 42 can be executed in the central processing unit (or the control unit of the server) of the terminal by the algorithm stored in the memory unit of the terminal (or the data base of the server). That is, information corresponding to the selected final stage is displayed on the second display as a result of the operation command of the stage inputted through the first input device 28-1 provided in the first display.
100: server 110: terminal
101: server control unit 20: terminal central processing unit (control unit)
30: Display 30a: Transition command
31 and 32: divided screens 50 and 51: guide lines
50a-1, 50b-1, 50c-1, 50d-1, 50e-1:
51a-1, 51b-1, 51c-1, 51d-1, 51e-1:

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  1. In a knob having a display, a central processing unit and an input unit,
    When an operation command of a step of distinguishing a step on the display is inputted, the input device outputs an operation command of the step, and the central processing unit recognizes a step of the operation command of the step,
    And outputting information corresponding to the step to the display.
  2. 2. The system and method according to claim 1, wherein when the point is selected on the display and the point is moved and information on the movement distance is output, the central processing unit determines the movement distance as a step.
  3. 2. The system and method according to claim 1, wherein when a point is selected on the display and the point is rotated and information on the direction of rotation is output, the central processing unit determines the angle of the rotational movement as a step.
  4. The system and method according to claim 1, wherein said step comprises a + (plus) move step.
  5. The system and method of claim 1, wherein said step is a minus (-) moving step.
  6. 2. The system of claim 1, wherein two points are selected through the input device and the step is determined as the distance between the two points approaches or decreases.
  7. In a knob having a display, a central processing unit and an input unit,
    The terminal is connected to a server having a database and a control unit,
    When an operation command of a step of distinguishing a step on the display is inputted, the input device outputs an operation command of the step, and the central processing unit recognizes a step of the operation command of the step,
    The central processing unit transmits judgment information on the step of the operation command to the server or transmits a stepwise operation command signal of the input device to the server,
    Wherein the server outputs information about the step from the database and transmits the information to the terminal.
  8. 2. The system and method according to claim 1, wherein when the point is selected on the display and the point is moved and information on the movement distance is output, the central processing unit determines the movement distance as a step.
  9. 2. The system and method according to claim 1, wherein when a point is selected on the display and the point is rotated and information on the direction of rotation is output, the central processing unit determines the angle of the rotational movement as a step.
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