KR20140137771A - Apparatus for receiving broadcasting and method for operating the same - Google Patents

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KR20140137771A
KR20140137771A KR1020130058701A KR20130058701A KR20140137771A KR 20140137771 A KR20140137771 A KR 20140137771A KR 1020130058701 A KR1020130058701 A KR 1020130058701A KR 20130058701 A KR20130058701 A KR 20130058701A KR 20140137771 A KR20140137771 A KR 20140137771A
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Abstract

The present invention relates to a broadcasting receiving device and a method for operating the same. The method for operating a broadcasting receiving device according to an embodiment of the present invention comprises the steps of: receiving a home screen display input from a mobile terminal; receiving user information from the mobile terminal; and displaying a home screen for a user of the mobile terminal among the home screens based on the home screen display input and the user information, thereby improving user convenience.

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[0001] The present invention relates to a broadcast receiving apparatus,

BACKGROUND OF THE INVENTION 1. Field of the Invention [0002] The present invention relates to a broadcast receiving apparatus and a method of operating the same, and more particularly, to a broadcast receiving apparatus and a method of operating the same.

A broadcast receiving apparatus is a device that receives a broadcast signal. The user can view the broadcast through the broadcast receiving apparatus. A broadcast receiving apparatus displays a broadcast selected by a user among broadcast signals transmitted from a broadcast station on a display. Currently, broadcasting is changing from analog broadcasting to digital broadcasting around the world.

Digital broadcasting refers to broadcasting in which digital video and audio signals are transmitted. Compared to analog broadcasting, digital broadcasting is strong against external noise and has a small data loss, is advantageous for error correction, has a high resolution, and provides a clear screen. Also, unlike analog broadcasting, digital broadcasting is capable of bidirectional service.

It is an object of the present invention to provide a broadcast receiving apparatus and a method of operating the same that can improve the usability of the user.

It is another object of the present invention to provide a broadcast receiving apparatus capable of displaying a home screen for a user of a corresponding mobile terminal when there is a home screen display input from the mobile terminal, and an operation method thereof.

According to another aspect of the present invention, there is provided a method of operating a broadcast receiving apparatus, the method including receiving a home screen display input from a mobile terminal, receiving user information from the mobile terminal, And displaying the home screen for the user of the mobile terminal among the plurality of home screens based on the user information.

According to another aspect of the present invention, there is provided a method of operating a broadcast receiving apparatus including receiving a power-on signal from a mobile terminal, powering on a broadcast receiving apparatus, Receiving home screen information for a user of the mobile terminal from a mobile terminal or a server based on user information; and receiving at least one of a background image or a plurality of execution items in the received home screen information Scaling, and displaying a home screen including a scaled background image and an execution item.

According to another aspect of the present invention, there is provided a broadcast receiving apparatus including a display, an interface unit receiving a home screen display input from a mobile terminal and receiving user information from the mobile terminal, And a control unit for controlling to display a home screen for the user of the mobile terminal among the plurality of home screens based on the user information.

According to an embodiment of the present invention, when a home screen display input is received from a mobile terminal, the broadcast receiving apparatus receives user information of a mobile terminal user and displays a home screen for a user of the mobile terminal, . As a result, the user can easily display a desired home screen, and the usability of the user can be increased.

At this time, it is possible to receive home screen information including a background image and a plurality of execution items from the server, scales at least one of the background image and the plurality of execution items, Screen can be displayed. Accordingly, it is possible to share the home screen used in the mobile terminal, and convenience for the user to use can be increased.

In particular, the home screen of the mobile terminal can be used as a home screen of a broadcast receiving apparatus such as a TV. Thus, when a broadcast receiving apparatus such as a TV is used, the user can use the broadcast receiving apparatus just as the user uses the mobile terminal.

On the other hand, when there is a home screen display input while the power is off, the home screen can be displayed immediately while the power of the broadcast receiving apparatus is turned on, thereby increasing user convenience.

On the other hand, at least one of the brightness, brightness, and contrast of the displayed screen is set and displayed according to the received screen display setting information in the mobile terminal, .

On the other hand, by transmitting the home screen information set in the home screen editing screen to the server, the home screen information set in the broadcast receiving apparatus can be used in the mobile terminal.

On the other hand, when the shared home screen is displayed, items that can not be executed are distinguished from other items to display items that can not be executed by the user.

On the other hand, when the shared home screen is displayed, corresponding to the non-executable items, the same or similar execution items are displayed alternately, thereby enhancing the usability of the user.

1A is a block diagram illustrating a broadcast receiving apparatus according to an embodiment of the present invention.
1B is a view showing the first surface of the remote control apparatus of FIG.
1C is a diagram showing a second side of the remote control device of FIG.
2 is an internal block diagram of the broadcast receiving apparatus of Fig. 1. Fig.
3 is an internal block diagram of the control unit of FIG.
4 to 5 are diagrams showing various examples of a smart system platform structure diagram in the broadcast receiving apparatus of FIG.
FIG. 6A is a diagram illustrating an operation method using the first surface of the remote control apparatus of FIG. 1B.
FIG. 6B is a diagram illustrating an operation method using the second side of the remote control apparatus of FIG. 1C.
7 is an internal block diagram of the remote control apparatus of FIG.
8 is a flowchart illustrating an operation method of a broadcast receiving apparatus according to an embodiment of the present invention.
9A to 17 are views referred to explain the operation method of FIG.
18 is a flowchart illustrating an operation method of a broadcast receiving apparatus according to another embodiment of the present invention.
19 to 21 are views referred to explain the operation method of Fig.

Hereinafter, the present invention will be described in more detail with reference to the drawings.

The suffix "module" and " part "for components used in the following description are given merely for convenience of description, and do not give special significance or role in themselves. Accordingly, the terms "module" and "part" may be used interchangeably.

Meanwhile, the broadcast receiving apparatus described in the present specification is an intelligent broadcast receiving apparatus that adds a computer support function to a broadcast receiving function, and is equipped with an Internet function while being faithful to a broadcast receiving function. A 3D pointing device, and the like. Also, it can be connected to the Internet and a computer by the support of a wired or wireless Internet function, and can perform functions such as e-mail, web browsing, banking or game. A standardized general-purpose OS can be used for these various functions.

That is, since various applications can be freely added or deleted on the general-purpose OS kernel, the broadcast receiving apparatus described in the present invention can perform various user-friendly functions. For example, it may be a smart TV.

1A is a block diagram illustrating a broadcast receiving apparatus according to an embodiment of the present invention.

Referring to the drawings, a broadcast receiving apparatus 100 according to an embodiment of the present invention includes a display (180 in FIG. 1B) as an apparatus for displaying an image. Meanwhile, the broadcast receiving apparatus 100 may include a camera 195 for user's photographing.

In the figure, the camera 195 is arranged above the broadcast receiving apparatus 100, but various examples are possible. Unlike the drawing, the broadcast receiving apparatus 100 and the camera may be separate apparatuses.

On the other hand, the broadcast receiving apparatus 100 can exchange data with each external apparatus through a network or one-to-one communication.

The broadcast receiving apparatus 100 can exchange data with an adjacent external apparatus such as the home appliance 670, the home server 650, the mobile terminal 600, and the like. In addition, predetermined content data can be shared. Here, the home appliance 670 may be a concept including a set-top box, a sound device, a refrigerator, a cleaner, an air conditioner, a washing machine, a cooking device, and the like.

Meanwhile, the broadcast receiving apparatus 100 can exchange data with the external servers 700a, 700b, 700c,... Through the network. The external servers 700a, 700b, 700c, ... may be content providers that provide various contents.

Meanwhile, unlike the drawing, the broadcast receiving apparatus 100 can exchange data with the mobile terminal 600 via a network.

On the other hand, a broadcast receiving apparatus according to an embodiment of the present invention receives home screen information including a background image and a plurality of execution items from another electronic device, and thereby, based on the home screen information, Can be displayed. That is, it is possible to receive a shared home screen from another electronic device, scale the received home screen, convert it to a suitable format for the broadcast receiving device, and display the converted home screen.

This makes it possible to share a home screen to be used for each of a plurality of electronic apparatuses for a specific user, thereby enhancing user convenience.

In particular, the home screen of the mobile terminal can be used as a home screen of a broadcast receiving apparatus such as a TV. Thus, when a broadcast receiving apparatus such as a TV is used, the user can use the broadcast receiving apparatus just as the user uses the mobile terminal.

On the other hand, the broadcast receiving apparatus 100 can operate in response to a remote control signal from the remote control device 200. [ To this end, the broadcast receiving apparatus 100 and the remote control apparatus 200 can exchange data through a process such as pairing.

Particularly, the broadcast receiving apparatus 100 can display a pointer corresponding to the motion of the remote control apparatus 200 or display a character by the character key input of the remote control apparatus 200 by data exchange.

Meanwhile, the broadcast receiving apparatus 100 described herein may include a TV receiver, a monitor, a projector, a notebook computer, a digital broadcasting terminal, and the like.

Meanwhile, the mobile terminal 600 described in the present specification may include mobile terminals such as a smart phone, a music reproducing device, a tablet, a northbook, and a tap book.

The broadcast receiving apparatus 100 according to an embodiment of the present invention may be a mobile broadcast receiving apparatus as well as a fixed broadcast receiving apparatus as an apparatus for video display.

FIG. 1B is a view showing a first side of the remote control device of FIG. 1, and FIG. 1C is a view showing a second side of the remote control device of FIG.

First, referring to FIG. 1B, operation keys such as a power key 202 may be disposed on the first surface (front surface) 201 of the remote controller.

Describing each kind of operation keys, the power key 202 is used for turning on / off the power of the broadcast receiving apparatus 100. The home key 204 is used for home screen display when the home screen of the broadcast receiving apparatus 100 is set. The search key 206 may be used to display a search window on the broadcast receiving apparatus 100 or to perform a search when a search word is input.

The four directional keys 210 are used for upward, downward, leftward, and rightward movement of a pointer or a cursor. The upper key 210c, the lower key 210d, the left key 210b, and the right key 210a are integrated . Meanwhile, a wheel key 220 may be disposed at the center of the four-way key 210.

The wheel key 220 is used for movement of a screen displayed on the broadcast receiving apparatus 100, movement of items, and the like. The wheel key 220 can be operated up and down so that the screen or items of the broadcast receiving apparatus 100 can be displayed by moving up and down.

The back key 222 is used to move to the full screen or all items displayed on the broadcast receiving apparatus 100. The menu key 224 is used to display the set menu of the broadcast receiving apparatus 100. The pointer key 225 is used to display a pointer to the broadcast receiving apparatus 100.

The volume key 230 is used for ball rate control, and the channel key 240 is used for channel control.

The 3D key 235 may be used to convert a 2D image displayed on the broadcast receiving apparatus 100 to a 3D image or to display a 3D image list displayable on the broadcast receiving apparatus 100.

Next, the PIP key 241 is a key for displaying a plurality of images on the broadcast receiving apparatus 100. [ By the operation of the PIP key 241, a plurality of images can be displayed on the display 180 in the form of picture in picture. Alternatively, a plurality of images can be arranged in parallel and displayed.

On the other hand, any one of a plurality of images can be displayed floating and its position can be varied. In this case, the PIP image may be referred to as a dynamic screen image.

In the figure, a pointer key for pointer display, a guide key for guide display, a silent key, a color key, and the like are further exemplified.

Next, referring to FIG. 1C, the second surface (rear surface) 251 of the remote control device 200 may be the opposite surface of the first surface (front surface) 201 of the remote control device 200. On the second surface (rear surface) 251 of the remote control device 200, a character key 260 and a display 270 may be disposed.

The character key 260 may include a numeric key 262 and an alphabetic key 264. In addition, the character key 260 may further include various keys such as an enter key, a function key, a space bar key, and an enter key.

The display 270 can display characters input by the character keys 260. [

On the other hand, when the character key 260 has an input, the remote control device 200 transmits the character key information to the broadcast receiving device 100.

On the other hand, the remote control device 200 can transmit the coordinate information corresponding to the motion of the remote control device 200 to the broadcast receiving device 100. [ Thereby, a pointer corresponding to the movement of the remote control apparatus 200 can be displayed on the display of the broadcast receiving apparatus. In this way, since the corresponding pointer is moved and displayed according to the movement in the 3D space, it can be called a 3D pointing device.

2 is an internal block diagram of the broadcast receiving apparatus of FIG.

2, a broadcast receiving apparatus 100 according to an exemplary embodiment of the present invention includes a broadcast receiving unit 105, a network interface unit 130, an external device interface unit 135, a storage unit 140, An input interface unit 150, a control unit 170, a display 180, an audio output unit 185, a power supply unit 190, and a camera 195. The broadcast receiving unit 105 may include a tuner 110 and a demodulating unit 120. Meanwhile, the broadcast receiving unit 105 may further include a network interface unit 130.

The tuner 110 selects an RF broadcast signal corresponding to a channel selected by the user or all previously stored channels among RF (Radio Frequency) broadcast signals received through the antenna. Also, the selected RF broadcast signal is converted into an intermediate frequency signal, a baseband image, or a voice signal.

For example, if the selected RF broadcast signal is a digital broadcast signal, it can be converted into a digital IF signal (DIF). If the selected RF broadcast signal is an analog broadcast signal, it can be converted into an analog baseband image or an audio signal (CVBS / SIF).

Meanwhile, the tuner 110 sequentially selects RF broadcast signals of all the broadcast channels stored through the channel memory function among the RF broadcast signals received through the antenna, and converts the RF broadcast signals into an intermediate frequency signal, a baseband image, or a voice signal have.

The demodulator 120 receives the digital IF signal DIF converted by the tuner 110 and performs a demodulation operation.

The demodulation unit 120 may perform demodulation and channel decoding, and then output a stream signal TS. At this time, the stream signal may be a signal in which a video signal, a voice signal, or a data signal is multiplexed.

The stream signal output from the demodulation unit 120 may be input to the controller 170. The control unit 170 performs demultiplexing, video / audio signal processing, and the like, and then outputs an image to the display 180 and outputs audio to the audio output unit 185.

The external device interface unit 135 can connect the external device to the broadcast receiving apparatus 100. To this end, the external device interface unit 135 may include an A / V input / output unit (not shown).

The external device interface unit 130 can be connected to an external device such as a DVD (Digital Versatile Disk), a Blu ray, a game device, a camera, a camcorder, a computer , And may perform an input / output operation with an external device.

The A / V input / output unit includes a USB terminal, a CVBS (Composite Video Banking Sync) terminal, a component terminal, an S-video terminal (analog), a DVI (Digital Visual Interface) terminal, an HDMI (High Definition Multimedia Interface) terminal, an RGB terminal, a D-SUB terminal, and the like.

Also, the external device interface unit 135 may be connected to the various set-top boxes via at least one of the various terminals described above to perform input / output operations with the set-top box.

The network interface unit 135 provides an interface for connecting the broadcast receiving apparatus 100 to a wired / wireless network including the Internet network. For example, the network interface unit 135 can receive, via the network, content or data provided by the Internet or a content provider or a network operator.

On the other hand, the network interface unit 130 can access a predetermined web page through the connected network or another network linked to the connected network. That is, it is possible to access a predetermined web page through a network and transmit or receive data with the server. In addition, content or data provided by a content provider or a network operator can be received.

In addition, the network interface unit 130 can select and receive a desired application among applications open to the public via a network.

Meanwhile, the network interface unit 130 may include a wired communication unit (not shown) or a wireless communication unit (not shown).

The wireless communication unit can perform short-range wireless communication with other electronic devices. The broadcast receiving apparatus 100 may be a Bluetooth receiver, a radio frequency identification (RFID), an infrared data association (IrDA), an ultra wideband (UWB), a ZigBee, a DLNA (Digital Living Network Alliance) Near Field Communication), and the like.

The storage unit 140 may store a program for each signal processing and control in the control unit 170 or may store the processed video, audio, or data signals.

The storage unit 140 may also function to temporarily store video, audio, or data signals input from the external device interface unit 135 or the network interface unit 130. In addition, the storage unit 140 may store information on a predetermined broadcast channel through the channel memory function.

The storage unit 140 may store a list of applications or applications input from the external device interface unit 135 or the network interface unit 130. [

The broadcast receiving apparatus 100 may reproduce and provide a content file (a moving image file, a still image file, a music file, a document file, an application file, etc.) stored in the storage unit 140 to a user.

FIG. 2 illustrates an embodiment in which the storage unit 140 is provided separately from the controller 170, but the scope of the present invention is not limited thereto. The storage unit 140 may be included in the controller 170.

The user input interface unit 150 transmits a signal input by the user to the control unit 170 or a signal from the control unit 170 to the user.

(Not shown), such as a power key, a channel key, a volume key, and a set value, from the remote control apparatus 200, (Not shown) that senses a user's gesture to the control unit 170 or transmits a signal from the control unit 170 to the control unit 170 It is possible to transmit it to the sensor unit (not shown).

The control unit 170 demultiplexes the input stream or processes the demultiplexed signals through the tuner 110 or the demodulation unit 120 or the external device interface unit 135 to generate a signal for video or audio output Can be generated and output.

The video signal processed by the controller 170 may be input to the display 180 and displayed as an image corresponding to the video signal. The video signal processed by the controller 170 may be input to the external output device through the external device interface 135. [

The audio signal processed by the control unit 170 may be output to the audio output unit 185 through audio. The voice signal processed by the control unit 170 may be input to the external output device through the external device interface unit 135.

Although not shown in FIG. 2, the controller 170 may include a demultiplexer, an image processor, and the like. This will be described later with reference to FIG.

In addition, the control unit 170 can control the overall operation in the broadcast receiving apparatus 100. [ For example, the control unit 170 may control the tuner 110 to control the tuner 110 to select an RF broadcast corresponding to a channel selected by the user or a previously stored channel.

The control unit 170 may control the broadcast receiving apparatus 100 according to a user command or an internal program input through the user input interface unit 150. [ In particular, the user can connect to the network and download a list of applications or applications desired by the user to the broadcast receiving apparatus 100.

For example, the controller 170 controls the tuner 110 to input a signal of a selected channel according to a predetermined channel selection command received through the user input interface unit 150. Then, video, audio, or data signals of the selected channel are processed. The control unit 170 may output the video or audio signal processed by the user through the display 180 or the audio output unit 185 together with the channel information selected by the user.

For example, the control unit 170 may control the operation of the external device through the external device interface unit 135, for example, a camera or a camcorder, according to an external device video playback command received through the user input interface unit 150 So that a video signal or a voice signal of the display unit 180 or the audio output unit 185 can be output.

Meanwhile, the control unit 170 may control the display 180 to display an image. At this time, the image displayed on the display 180 may be a still image or a moving image, and may be a 2D image or a 3D image.

Meanwhile, the controller 170 may generate a 3D object for a predetermined 2D object among the images displayed on the display 180, and display the 3D object. For example, the object may be at least one of a connected web screen (newspaper, magazine, etc.), EPG (Electronic Program Guide), various menus, widgets, icons, still images, moving images, and text.

On the other hand, the control unit 170 can recognize the position of the user based on the image photographed from the photographing unit (not shown). For example, the distance (z-axis coordinate) between the user and the broadcast receiving apparatus 100 can be grasped. In addition, the x-axis coordinate and the y-axis coordinate in the display 180 corresponding to the user position can be grasped.

On the other hand, when entering the application viewing item, the control unit 170 can control to display a list of applications or applications that can be downloaded from the broadcast receiving apparatus 100 or from an external network.

The control unit 170 can control to install and drive an application downloaded from an external network, in addition to various user interfaces. In addition, at the user's selection, an image related to the executed application can be controlled to be displayed on the display 180. [

The control unit 170 can receive the user image photographed by the camera 195. [ Then, based on the photographed user image, user recognition can be performed, and the user can be controlled to log in to the broadcast receiving apparatus 100 as a recognized user. Then, the control unit 170 can provide services for each user who is logged in.

Alternatively, the control unit 170 can recognize the user's gesture based on the user image photographed by the camera 195. [ In particular, the control unit 170 recognizes the face and the hand of the user from the photographed image, and recognizes whether or not it is a specific gesture operation.

The display 180 converts the video signal, the data signal, the OSD signal processed by the control unit 170 or the video signal and the data signal received from the external device interface unit 135 into R, G, and B signals, respectively, Signal.

The display 180 may be a PDP, an LCD, an OLED, a flexible display, or the like, and may be a 3D display.

Meanwhile, the display 180 may be configured as a touch screen and used as an input device in addition to the output device.

The audio output unit 185 receives the signal processed by the control unit 170 and outputs it as a voice.

The power supply unit 190 supplies the corresponding power to the broadcast receiving apparatus 100. Particularly, it is possible to supply power to a control unit 170 that can be implemented in the form of a system on chip (SOC), a display 180 for displaying an image, and an audio output unit 185 for audio output have.

To this end, the power supply unit 190 may include a converter (not shown) for converting the AC power into DC power. On the other hand, for example, when the display 180 is implemented as a liquid crystal panel having a plurality of backlight lamps, it may further include an inverter (not shown) capable of PWM operation for variable luminance or dimming driving have.

The camera 195 may photograph a user and transmit the photographed image to the control unit 170 in the broadcast receiving apparatus 100. [ The camera 195 shown in FIG. 1A exemplifies one camera, but a plurality of cameras may be provided. Meanwhile, the camera 195 may be a 2D camera or a 3D camera.

The remote control apparatus 200 transmits the user input to the user input interface unit 150. [ To this end, the remote control device 200 can use RF (Radio Frequency) communication, infrared (IR) communication, Bluetooth, UWB (Ultra Wideband), ZigBee, or the like.

Also, the remote control apparatus 200 can receive the video, audio or data signal output from the user input interface unit 150 and display it on the remote control apparatus 200 or output sound or vibration.

Meanwhile, a block diagram of the broadcast receiving apparatus 100 shown in FIG. 2 is a block diagram for an embodiment of the present invention. Each component of the block diagram can be integrated, added, or omitted according to the specifications of the broadcast receiving apparatus 100 actually implemented. That is, two or more constituent elements may be combined into one constituent element, or one constituent element may be constituted by two or more constituent elements, if necessary. In addition, the functions performed in each block are intended to illustrate the embodiments of the present invention, and the specific operations and apparatuses do not limit the scope of the present invention.

2, the broadcast receiving apparatus 100 does not include the tuner unit 110 and the demodulating unit 120 shown in FIG. 2, and the network interface unit 130 or the external device interface unit 135, and reproduce the broadcast image.

3 is an internal block diagram of the control unit of FIG.

The control unit 170 includes a demultiplexing unit 310, an image processing unit 320, an OSD generating unit 340, a mixer 350, a frame rate converting unit 355 ), And a formatter 360. A voice processing unit (not shown), and a data processing unit (not shown).

The demultiplexer 310 demultiplexes the input stream. For example, when an MPEG-2 TS is input, it can be demultiplexed into video, audio, and data signals, respectively. The stream signal input to the demultiplexer 310 may be a stream signal output from the tuner 110 or the demodulator 120 or the external device interface 135.

The image processing unit 320 may perform image processing of the demultiplexed image signal. For this, the image processing unit 320 may include a video decoder 325 and a scaler 335.

The video decoder 325 decodes the demultiplexed video signal and the scaler 335 performs scaling so that the resolution of the decoded video signal can be output from the display 180.

The video decoder 325 can include a decoder of various standards.

Meanwhile, the video signal decoded by the video processor 320 is input to the mixer 350.

The processor 330 may control overall operation within the broadcast receiving apparatus 100 or within the control unit 170. [ For example, the processor 330 may control the tuner 110 to select a channel selected by the user or an RF broadcast corresponding to a previously stored channel.

The processor 330 may control the broadcast receiving apparatus 100 according to a user command or an internal program input through the user input interface unit 150. [

In addition, the processor 330 may perform data transfer control with the network interface unit 135 or the external device interface unit 130.

The processor 330 may control operations of the demultiplexing unit 310, the image processing unit 320, the OSD generating unit 340, and the like in the controller 170.

The OSD generation unit 340 generates an OSD signal according to a user input or by itself. For example, based on a user input signal or a control signal, a signal for displaying various information in graphic or text on the screen of the display 180 can be generated. The generated OSD signal may include various data such as a user interface screen of the broadcast receiving apparatus 100, various menu screens, widgets, and icons.

For example, the OSD generating unit 340 may generate a signal for displaying broadcast information based on a caption of a broadcast image or an EPG.

On the other hand, the OSD generation unit 340 generates an OSD signal or a graphic signal, and may be referred to as a graphics processing unit.

The mixer 350 may mix the OSD signal generated by the OSD generator 340 and the decoded video signal processed by the image processor 220. The mixed signal is provided to formatter 360. Since the decoded broadcast video signal or the external input signal and the OSD signal are mixed, the OSD can be overlaid on the broadcast image or the external input image.

A frame rate converter (FRC) 355 can convert a frame rate of an input image. On the other hand, the frame rate converter 350 can output the frame rate without conversion.

The formatter 360 receives the output signal of the frame rate conversion unit 355 and changes the signal format so as to be suitable for the display 180 and outputs the signal. For example, the R, G, and B data signals may be output as low voltage differential signaling (LVDS) signals or mini-LVDS signals.

On the other hand, the formatter 360 can change the format of the 3D image signal or convert the 2D image into the 3D image.

On the other hand, the audio processing unit (not shown) in the control unit 170 can perform the audio processing of the demultiplexed audio signal. To this end, the voice processing unit (not shown) may include various decoders.

In addition, the audio processing unit (not shown) in the control unit 170 can process a base, a treble, a volume control, and the like.

The data processing unit (not shown) in the control unit 170 can perform data processing of the demultiplexed data signal. For example, if the demultiplexed data signal is a coded data signal, it can be decoded. The encoded data signal may be EPG (Electronic Program Guide) information including broadcast information such as a start time and an end time of a broadcast program broadcasted on each channel.

Meanwhile, the block diagram of the controller 170 shown in FIG. 3 is a block diagram for an embodiment of the present invention. Each component of the block diagram can be integrated, added, or omitted according to the specifications of the control unit 170 actually implemented.

In particular, the frame rate converter 350 and the formatter 360 are not provided in the controller 170, but may be separately provided.

4 to 5 are diagrams showing various examples of a platform structure diagram of the broadcast receiving apparatus of FIG.

The platform of the broadcast receiving apparatus 100 according to the embodiment of the present invention may include OS-based software to perform various operations as described above.

4, the platform of the broadcast receiving apparatus 100 according to another embodiment of the present invention is a separate platform. The legacy system platform 400 and the smart system platform 405 are separated from each other Can be designed. The OS kernel 410 can be commonly used in the legacy system platform 400 and the smart system platform 405.

The legacy system platform 400 may include a driver 420 on the OS kernel 410, a middleware 430, an application layer 450, and a smart system platform 405, A library 435 on the OS kernel 410, a framework 440, and an application layer 455. [

The OS kernel 410 is a core of an operating system and can be used as a core of an operating system to drive hardware drivers, security of hardware and a processor in the broadcast receiving apparatus 100, Management, provision of an interface to hardware by hardware abstraction, multi-process, and schedule management according to multi-process. Meanwhile, the OS kernel 410 may further provide power management and the like.

The hardware driver in the OS kernel 410 may include at least one of a display driver, a Wi-Fi driver, a Bluetooth driver, a USB driver, an audio driver, a Power management, a Binder driver, .

The hardware driver in the OS kernel 410 is a driver for a hardware device in the OS kernel 410 and includes a character device driver, a block device driver, and a network device driver dirver. Since a block device driver transfers data in units of specific blocks, a buffer for storing a unit size may be required. The character device driver may transmit a basic data unit, i.e., a character unit, so that a buffer may not be needed.

The OS kernel 410 may be implemented in various operating system (OS) based kernels such as UNIX based (Linux) and Windows based. The OS kernel 410 is an open OS kernel, and can be general-purpose which can be used in other electronic devices.

The driver 420 is located between the OS kernel 410 and the middleware 430 and drives the device along with the middleware 430 for operation of the application layer 450. For example, the driver 420 may include a microcomputer, a display module, a graphics processing unit (GPU), a frame rate conversion unit (FRC), a general purpose input / output pin (GPIO) A driver such as HDMI, SDEC (System Decoder or Demultiplexer), VDEC (Video Decoder), ADEC (Audio Decoder), PVR (Personal Video Recorder), or I2C (Inter-Integrated Circuit) . These drivers operate in conjunction with hardware drivers in the OS kernel 410. [

In addition, the driver 420 may further include a driver for the remote control device 200, in particular, a 3D pointing device, which will be described later. The 3D pointing device driver may be variously provided in the OS kernel 410 or the middleware 430 in addition to the driver 420. [

The middleware 430 is located between the OS kernel 410 and the application layer 450 and can serve as intermediary between other hardware or software to exchange data. Thus, it is possible to provide a standardized interface, various environment support, and system can interoperate with other tasks.

Examples of the middleware 430 in the legacy system platform 400 may be middleware of MHEG (Multimedia and Hypermedia information Coding Experts Group) and ACAP (Advanced Common Application Platform) which are data broadcasting related middleware. Or SI middleware, and peripheral communication related middleware DLNA middleware.

The application layer 450 on the middleware 430, that is, the application 450 layer in the legacy system platform 400 can be configured to include, for example, a user interface application for various menus and the like in the broadcast receiving apparatus 100 . The application layer 450 on this middleware 430 may be editable by the user's choice and may be updated over the network. With this application layer 450, it is possible to enter a desired menu among various user interfaces according to the input of the remote control device 200 while watching the broadcast video.

The application layer 450 within the legacy system platform 400 may also include at least one of a TV guide application, a Bluetooth application, a reservation application, a Digital Video Recorder (DVR) application, .

Meanwhile, the library 435 in the smart system platform 405 is located between the OS kernel 410 and the framework 440, and can form the basis of the framework 440. For example, the library 435 may include a security related library such as Secure Socket Layer (SSL), WebKit (WebKit) related to Web engine, libc (c library), video format and audio format A media framework such as a media-related library, and the like. Such a library 435 may be written on a C or C ++ basis. It can also be exposed to the developer through the framework 440.

The library 435 may include a runtime 437 having a core Java library and a virtual machine (VM). This runtime 437 forms the basis of the framework 440 along with the library 435.

The virtual machine (VM) can be a plurality of instances, that is, a virtual machine that can perform multitasking. On the other hand, each virtual machine (VM) may be allocated and executed in accordance with each application in the application layer 455, at which time a binder (not shown) in the OS kernel 410, for scheduling or inter- Binder) driver (not shown) may be operated.

Meanwhile, the binder driver and the runtime 437 can connect a Java-based application and a C-based library.

On the other hand, the library 435 and the runtime 437 can correspond to the middleware of the legacy system.

On the other hand, the framework 440 in the smart system platform 405 includes a program that is the basis of the application in the application layer 455. The framework 440 is compatible with any application and may be capable of reusing, moving or exchanging components. The framework 440 may include a support program, a program for weaving other software components, and the like. For example, a resource manager, an activity manager associated with an activity of an application, a notification manager, a content provider that summarizes shared information between applications, and the like . Such a framework 440 can be created based on Java (JAVA).

The application layer 455 on the framework 440 includes various programs that can be displayed and displayed in the broadcast receiving apparatus 100. [ For example, a Core Application having at least one of an email, a short message service (SMS), a calendar, a map, a browser, etc. . This application layer 450 may be created on a Java (JAVA) basis.

In addition, the application layer 455 includes an application 465 that is stored in the broadcast receiving apparatus 100 and can not be deleted by the user, an application 465 that is downloaded and stored through an external device or a network, 475).

(VOD) service, a web album service, a social networking service (SNS), a location-based service (LBS), a map service, a web search Service, an application search service, and the like may be performed. In addition, various functions such as game and schedule management can be performed.

5, the platform of the broadcast receiving apparatus 100 according to an embodiment of the present invention includes an OS kernel 510, a driver 520, a middleware 530 ), A framework 540, and an application layer 550.

The platform of FIG. 5 differs from that of FIG. 4 in that the library 435 of FIG. 4 is omitted and the application layer 550 is provided as an integrated layer. In addition, the driver 520 and the framework 540 correspond to Fig.

On the other hand, the library 435 of FIG. 4 may be merged with the middleware 530. That is, the middleware 530 is a middleware under the legacy system, middleware of MHEG or ACAP, middleware of PSIP or SI, middleware of broadcasting information, and DLNA middleware, middleware of peripheral communication, Middleware under the device system can include SSL (Secure Socket Layer) which is a security related library, WebKit (WebKit) which is a web engine related library, libc, and a media framework which is a media related library. On the other hand, it may further include the above-described runtime.

The application layer 550 is an application under the legacy system that can include a menu related application, a TV guide application, a reservation application, etc. and can include email, SMS, calendar, map, browser, have.

On the other hand, the application layer 550 includes an application 565 that is stored in the broadcast receiving apparatus 100 and can not be deleted by the user, an application 565 that is downloaded and stored through an external device or a network, 575).

The platform of FIG. 4 and FIG. 5 described above can be used for general purpose in various other electronic apparatus as well as a broadcast receiving apparatus.

4 and 5 may be loaded in the storage unit 140 or the control unit 170 or may be loaded in a separate processor (not shown).

FIG. 6A is a diagram illustrating an operation method using the first surface of the remote control apparatus of FIG. 1B.

6A illustrates that the pointer 205 is displayed corresponding to the movement of the remote control device 200 in a state that the first surface 201 of the remote control device 200 faces upward .

6A illustrates an example in which a pointer 205 corresponding to the remote control device 200 is displayed at a predetermined position on the display 180. [

The user can move or rotate the remote control device 200 up and down, left and right (Fig. 6 (b)), and back and forth (Fig. 6 (c)). The pointer 205 displayed on the display 180 of the broadcast receiving apparatus is displayed corresponding to the movement of the remote control device 200. [ As shown in the figure, the remote controller 200 can be referred to as a space remote controller or a 3D pointing device because the pointer 205 is moved and displayed according to the movement in the 3D space.

6A illustrates that when the user moves the remote control apparatus 200 to the left, the pointer 205 displayed on the display 180 of the broadcast receiving apparatus moves to the left corresponding thereto.

Information on the motion of the remote control device 200 sensed through the sensor of the remote control device 200 is transmitted to the broadcast receiving device. The broadcast receiving apparatus 100 can calculate the coordinates of the pointer 205 from information on the motion of the remote control device 200. [ The broadcast receiving apparatus 100 can display the pointer 205 so as to correspond to the calculated coordinates.

6 (c) illustrates a case where the user moves the remote control device 200 away from the display 180 while depressing a specific key in the remote control device 200. FIG. Thereby, the selected area in the display 180 corresponding to the pointer 205 can be zoomed in and displayed. Conversely, when the user moves the remote control device 200 close to the display 180, the selection area within the display 180 corresponding to the pointer 205 may be zoomed out and zoomed out. On the other hand, when the remote control device 200 moves away from the display 180, the selection area is zoomed out, and when the remote control device 200 approaches the display 180, the selection area may be zoomed in.

On the other hand, when the specific key in the remote control device 200 is pressed, the recognition of the up, down, left, and right movement can be excluded. That is, when the remote control apparatus 200 moves away from or approaches the display 180, it is not recognized that the up, down, left, and right movements are recognized, and only the forward and backward movements are recognized. Only the pointer 205 is moved in accordance with the upward, downward, leftward, and rightward movement of the remote control device 200 in a state where the specific button in the remote control device 200 is not pressed.

On the other hand, the moving speed and moving direction of the pointer 205 may correspond to the moving speed and moving direction of the remote control device 200.

FIG. 6B is a diagram illustrating an operation method using the second side of the remote control apparatus of FIG. 1C.

6B illustrates a state in which the second surface 251 of the remote control device 200 faces upward and the first surface 201 faces the ground surface. .

For example, when the first alphabetical key 281, the second alphabetic key 282, and the third alphabetic key 283 are sequentially input from the character keys, the remote control device 200 transmits the corresponding key information To the receiving apparatus 100. Accordingly, the broadcast receiving apparatus can display the corresponding character ("abc") 715 on the display window 710. [

On the other hand, the character (abc) corresponding to the character input can be displayed on the display 270 of the remote control device 200 as well.

7 is an internal block diagram of the remote control apparatus of FIG.

The remote control device 200 includes a wireless communication unit 820, a user input unit 830, a sensor unit 840, an output unit 850, a power supply unit 860, a storage unit 870, And a control unit 880.

The wireless communication unit 820 transmits / receives a signal to / from any one of the broadcast receiving apparatuses according to the embodiments of the present invention described above. Among the broadcast receiving apparatuses according to the embodiments of the present invention, one broadcast receiving apparatus 100 will be described as an example.

In this embodiment, the wireless communication unit 820 may include an RF module 821 capable of transmitting and receiving signals with the broadcast receiving apparatus 100 according to the RF communication standard. In addition, the wireless communication unit 820 may include an IR module 823 capable of transmitting and receiving signals to / from the broadcast receiving apparatus 100 according to the IR communication standard.

In the present embodiment, the remote control device 200 transmits a signal containing information on the motion and the like of the remote control device 200 to the broadcast receiving device 100 through the RF module 821.

In addition, the remote control apparatus 200 can receive the signal transmitted by the broadcast receiving apparatus 100 through the RF module 821. [ In addition, the remote control device 200 can transmit a command regarding power on / off, channel change, volume change, and the like to the broadcast receiving apparatus 100 through the IR module 823 as necessary.

In this embodiment, the user input unit 830 may include an operation key input unit 832 that can perform an operation key input, and a character key input unit 834 that can perform a character key input.

The operation key input unit 832 may include various operation keys disposed on the front surface 201 of the remote control device 200, as described with reference to FIG. 1B. For example, the operation key input unit 832 includes a power key 202, a home key 204, a search key 206, a four-way key 210, a wheel key 222, a previous key 222, a menu key 224 A volume key 230, a 3D key 235, a channel key 240, and the like.

On the other hand, the character key input unit 834 may include various character keys disposed on the rear surface 251 of the remote control device 200, as described with reference to FIG. 1C. For example, the character key input unit 834 may include a numeric key 262, an English key 264, and the like.

The user can input a related command for remotely controlling the broadcast receiving apparatus 100 by operating the user input unit 830. [ When the user input unit 830 includes a hard key button, the user can input a command related to the broadcast receiving apparatus 100 to the remote control apparatus 200 through the push operation of the hard key button. When the user input unit 830 includes a touch screen, the user may touch a soft key of the touch screen to input a command related to the broadcast receiving apparatus 100 to the remote control apparatus 200. [ In addition, the user input unit 830 may include various types of input means such as a scroll key, a jog key, and the like that can be operated by the user, and the present invention does not limit the scope of the present invention.

The sensor unit 840 can sense motion information of the remote control device and output it. To this end, the sensor unit 840 may include a gyro sensor 841 or an acceleration sensor 843.

The gyro sensor 841 can sense movement information of the remote control device 200. [ For example, the gyro sensor 841 may sense movement information of the remote control device 200 on the basis of the x, y, and z axes.

The acceleration sensor 843 can sense information on the moving speed of the remote control device 200 and the like. For example, the acceleration sensor 843 can sense the moving speed information of the remote control device 200 based on the x, y, and z axes.

Meanwhile, the sensor unit 840 may further include a distance measuring sensor, so that the distance to the display 180 can be sensed.

The motion information output from the sensor unit 840 includes movement information of the remote control device 200 from the gyro sensor 841 and movement velocity information of the remote control device 200 from the acceleration sensor 843 And may further include distance information and the like.

The output unit 850 may output an image or a voice signal corresponding to the operation of the user input unit 830 or corresponding to the signal transmitted from the broadcast receiving apparatus 100. The user can recognize whether the user input unit 830 is operated or whether the broadcast receiving apparatus 100 is controlled through the output unit 850.

For example, the output unit 850 includes an LED module 851 that is turned on when a user input unit 830 is operated or a signal is transmitted and received to and from the broadcast receiving apparatus 100 through the wireless communication unit 825, 853 for outputting sound, an acoustic output module 855 for outputting sound, or a display module 857 for outputting an image.

The power supply unit 860 supplies power to the remote control device 200. The power supply unit 860 can reduce the power waste by interrupting the power supply when the remote controller 200 is not moving for a predetermined time. The power supply unit 860 may resume power supply when a predetermined key provided in the remote control device 200 is operated.

The storage unit 870 may store various types of programs, application data, and the like necessary for the control or operation of the remote control apparatus 200. [ If the remote control apparatus 200 wirelessly transmits and receives a signal through the broadcast receiving apparatus 100 and the RF module 821, the remote control apparatus 200 and the broadcast receiving apparatus 100 transmit signals through a predetermined frequency band Send and receive. The control unit 880 of the remote control device 200 stores information on a frequency band or the like capable of wirelessly transmitting and receiving a signal with the broadcast receiving device 100 paired with the remote control device 200 in the storage unit 870 Can be referenced.

The control unit 880 controls various matters related to the control of the remote control device 200. [

The control unit 880 transmits predetermined key operation information of the user input unit 830 or information corresponding to the motion of the remote control device 200 sensed by the sensor unit 840 to the broadcast receiving apparatus 100 through the wireless communication unit 825. [ Lt; / RTI >

The broadcast receiving apparatus 100, in particular, the user input interface unit 150 receives key operation information or motion information. To this end, the user input interface unit 150 may include a wireless communication unit 811.

The wireless communication unit 811 may include an RF module 812 for RF communication with the remote control device 200 and an IR module 812 for IR communication with the remote control device 200. [

The user input interface unit 150 may further include a coordinate value calculation unit 815 for calculating coordinates of a pointer using information corresponding to the motion of the remote control device 200. [

On the other hand, the pointer coordinate calculation may be performed by the controller 170, not by the coordinate value calculator 815. [ To this end, the user input interface unit 150 may transmit information corresponding to the motion of the remote controller 200 to the controller 170. [

FIG. 8 is a flowchart illustrating an operation method of a broadcast receiving apparatus according to an embodiment of the present invention, and FIGS. 9 to 17 are views referred to explain the operation method of FIG.

Referring to FIG. 8, the broadcast receiving apparatus 100 receives a home screen display input from a mobile terminal (S810). Then, the broadcast receiving apparatus 100 receives the user information from the mobile terminal (S820). Then, the broadcast receiving apparatus 100 displays a home screen for a user of the mobile terminal among a plurality of home screens based on the home screen display input and the user information (S830).

The network interface unit 130 or the user input interface unit 150 of the broadcast time-lapse apparatus 100 can receive the home screen display input from the mobile terminal 600 and receive the user information from the mobile terminal.

For example, when the remote control application of the broadcast receiving apparatus 100 is executed in the mobile terminal 600, if there is a power on input, the network interface unit 130 of the broadcast receiving apparatus 100 or the user input interface The control unit 170 of the broadcast receiving apparatus 100 may control the power supply unit 190 to turn on the power of the display unit 180. [ The power on input at this time may correspond to the home screen display input.

The network interface unit 130 or the user input interface unit 150 of the broadcast receiving apparatus 100 requests the mobile terminal 600 to transmit the user information, Information can be received.

The control unit 170 of the broadcast receiving apparatus 100 controls to connect to the server 700 in accordance with the user information received from the mobile terminal 600 and transmits the control information to the server 700 in association with the user of the mobile terminal 600 It is possible to control to receive the home screen information. Specifically, the server 700 may transmit the user information received from the mobile terminal 600 and request the transmission of the home screen information according to the user information. The network interface unit 130 of the broadcast receiving apparatus 100 can receive the home screen information related to the user of the mobile terminal 600 from the server 700. [

The control unit 170 of the broadcast receiving apparatus 100 scales at least one of the background image and the plurality of execution items among the home screen information including the background image and the plurality of execution items, (180). As described above, the home screen display input from the mobile terminal 600 allows the user to easily display a desired home screen, and the user's convenience of use can be increased.

Alternatively, if the home screen display input is received from the mobile terminal 600 in a state that a predetermined image is displayed while the broadcast receiver 100 is powered on, the network interface unit 130 of the broadcast receiver 100 or The user input interface unit 150 receives the home screen display input. The network interface unit 130 or the user input interface unit 150 of the broadcast receiving apparatus 100 requests the mobile terminal 600 to transmit the user information, Information can be received.

As described above, the broadcast receiving apparatus 100 can receive the home screen information related to the user of the mobile terminal 600 from the server 700, and switches the displayed predetermined video screen, Can be displayed. As a result, the user can easily display a desired home screen, and the usability of the user can be increased.

Hereinafter, the operation method of Fig. 8 will be described in more detail with reference to Figs. 9A to 17 and the like.

9A to 9C illustrate an example of home screen sharing between the first mobile terminal 600a and the broadcast receiving apparatus 100. FIG.

9A illustrates a home screen 910 of a first mobile terminal 600a used by a first user (e.g., father). The home screen 910 may include a background image 911 and a plurality of execution items 912. In the drawings, reference numerals are not separately given, but they include a folder item, a music item, an internet item, an image item, a messenger item, a camera item, and a video item. When any one of these items is selected, the corresponding operation can be performed.

Next, FIG. 9B illustrates that the broadcast receiving apparatus remote control application is executed on the first mobile terminal 600a, and the corresponding application screen 901 is displayed. At this time, the application screen 901 may include a power item, a channel adjustment item, a volume adjustment item, a home screen item, and the like.

A power on signal Spower can be transmitted to the broadcast receiving apparatus 100 when the power item 902 in the application screen 901 is selected. At this time, the user information Sinf1 of the first mobile terminal 600a may be transmitted to the broadcast receiving apparatus 100 according to a request from the broadcast receiving apparatus 100 or in the absence of a request. Meanwhile, the control unit 170 of the broadcast receiving apparatus 100 can log in to the broadcast receiving apparatus 100 based on the received user information Sinf1 of the first mobile terminal 600a.

The broadcast receiving apparatus 100 can turn on the power of the display 180 or the like and display a home screen by a power on signal Spower. That is, the broadcast receiving apparatus 100 may process the power-on signal corresponding to the home screen display input signal.

Accordingly, as shown in FIG. 9C, a home screen 920 that is used by the first user and scaled or enlarged compared to FIG. 9A can be displayed on the broadcast receiving apparatus 100, that is, the TV.

The broadcast receiving apparatus 100 can receive the home screen information through the server 700 as described above, but it is also possible to directly receive the home screen information from the first mobile terminal 600a.

After receiving the home screen information, the broadcast receiving apparatus 100 can display an enlarged home screen 920 as shown in the drawing through signal processing such as scaling.

Next, FIGS. 10A to 10C illustrate examples of home screen sharing between the second mobile terminal 600b and the broadcast receiving apparatus 100. FIG.

10A illustrates a home screen 1010 of a second mobile terminal 600b used by a second user (e.g., son). The home screen 1010 may include a background image 1011 and a plurality of execution items 1012. In the figure, a plurality of execution items 1012 illustrate a plurality of application items.

Next, FIG. 10B shows a case where the application for remote control of the broadcast receiving apparatus is executed in the second mobile terminal 600b, the corresponding application screen 1001 is displayed, and the predetermined image 1003 is displayed on the broadcast receiving apparatus 100 For example. At this time, the application screen 1001 may include a power item, a channel adjustment item, a volume adjustment item, a home screen item, and the like.

When the home screen item 1002 in the application screen 1001 is selected, the home screen switching signal (Shome) can be transmitted to the broadcast receiving apparatus 100. At this time, the user information (Sinf2) of the second mobile terminal 600b may be transmitted to the broadcast receiving apparatus 100 according to a request from the broadcast receiving apparatus 100 or in the absence of a request. On the other hand, the control unit 170 of the broadcast receiving apparatus 100 can log in to the broadcast receiving apparatus 100 based on the received user information Sinf2 of the second mobile terminal 600b.

The broadcast receiving apparatus 100 can display the home screen by switching the screen displayed on the display 180 by the home screen switching signal (Shome).

Accordingly, as shown in FIG. 10C, the home screen 1020 that is used by the second user and scaled, that is, enlarged, compared to FIG. 10A can be displayed on the broadcast receiving apparatus 100, that is, the TV.

The broadcast receiving apparatus 100 can receive the home screen information through the server 700 as described above, but it is also possible to directly receive the home screen information from the second mobile terminal 600b.

After receiving the home screen information, the broadcast receiving apparatus 100 can display the enlarged home screen 1020 as shown in the drawing through signal processing such as scaling.

11A to 11E illustrate an example of a home screen sharing method between a mobile terminal and a broadcast receiving apparatus.

11A illustrates a home screen 910 of the mobile terminal 600a of the first user.

11B, the mobile terminal 600a receives a home screen sharing mode input or a home screen external transmission mode input by the first user and informs the server 700 to transmit the home screen image 910 to the server 700 It is possible to display the object 910 and transmit the home screen information to the server 700. [

11C illustrates an example in which an object 1120 informing the broadcast receiving apparatus 100 that the home screen display mode is to be entered is displayed when there is a home screen display input by user input.

In the home screen receiving mode, when the user is logged in to the server 700, an object 1132 indicating that the home screen corresponding to the logged-in user is downloaded may be displayed as shown in FIG. 11D. On the other hand, if the user is not logged in to the server 700, a user account selection screen may be displayed.

Next, Fig. 11E illustrates that the scaled, i.e., enlarged, home screen 920 is displayed on the broadcast receiving apparatus 100, i.e., the TV, as compared with Fig. 11A. This enlarged home screen 920 corresponds to an enlarged home screen 910 of the first mobile terminal 600a of the first user (Father).

On the other hand, some items in the enlarged home screen 920 can be highlighted when the broadcast receiving apparatus 100, that is, the TV, can not execute.

11E illustrates that among the plurality of execution items, the folder items, the music items, the internet items, and the objects 932, 934, 936, and 938 indicating that the image items are not executable are displayed around the respective items. Thereby, the user can easily grasp the items that can not be executed when sharing the home screen.

12 illustrates another example of a method of sharing a home screen between a mobile terminal and a broadcast receiving apparatus.

12A shows a state in which the remote control application screen of the broadcast receiving apparatus is displayed on the third mobile terminal 600c used by the third user (for example, mother) And tagging is performed. Particularly, in a case where a power item or a home screen item is selected in the application screen, the home screen sharing mode can be entered when tagging is performed within a predetermined distance from the broadcast receiving apparatus 100. At this time, the user information of the third mobile terminal 600c may be transmitted to the broadcast receiving apparatus 100 by the near field communication.

Based on the home screen display input and user information, the broadcast receiving apparatus 100 can display the home screen 1220 for the third user as shown in FIG. 12 (c).

At this time, the home screen information for the third user can be transmitted from the third mobile terminal 600c to the broadcast receiving apparatus 100 by near field communication. Or alternatively may be transmitted from the server 700 to the broadcast receiving apparatus 100.

12 (b) shows a case where the remote control application screen of the broadcast receiving apparatus is displayed on the third mobile terminal 600c used by the third user (for example, mother) Screen items are selected and the home screen display input is received by the broadcast receiving apparatus 100 wirelessly. At this time, the user information of the third mobile terminal 600c may be transmitted to the broadcast receiving apparatus 100 by the wireless communication method.

Then, based on the home screen display input and user information, the broadcast receiving apparatus 100 can display the home screen 1220 for the third user as shown in FIG. 12 (c).

The home screen of Fig. 12C can correspond to a home screen used by the third user in the mobile terminal. 12 (c) illustrates that the scaled, i.e., enlarged, home screen 1220 is displayed on the broadcast receiving apparatus 100, that is, the TV. The enlarged home screen 1220 may include an enlarged background image 1221 and enlarged application items 1222. [

At this time, though it is not shown in the drawing, it is possible to distinguish non-executable application items from other items.

13A to 13B are views referred to explain home screen information sharing by home screen editing.

First, FIG. 13A illustrates that the home screen editing screen 1301 is displayed on the broadcast receiving apparatus 100. FIG. The home screen editing screen 1301 can be displayed by the user input and the home screen editing screen 1301 can include the preferred channel item 1302, the brightness item 1304, the volume item 1306, and the like have. In addition, items for addition, deletion, etc. of executable application items may be provided.

In the figure, it is illustrated that channel '13' among the preferred channel items 1302 is added by user input. When the editing on the home screen editing screen 1301 is completed, the changed setting information is transmitted to the first mobile terminal 600a used by the first user or transmitted to the first mobile terminal 600a through the server 700. [ Lt; / RTI >

As described above, the home screen setting is edited in the broadcast receiving apparatus 100 and is shared by the mobile terminal, thereby enabling user interaction.

Next, FIG. 13B illustrates that the home screen editing screen 1307 is displayed on the first mobile terminal 600a. The home screen editing screen 1307 can be displayed by user input. The home screen editing screen 1307 can include a favorite channel item, a brightness item, a volume item, and the like, similarly to FIG. 13A. In addition, items for addition, deletion, etc. of executable application items may be provided.

When the editing on the home screen editing screen 1307 is completed, the changed setting information is transmitted to the broadcast receiving apparatus 100 used by the first user or transmitted to the broadcast receiving apparatus 100 through the server 700 .

As described above, the home screen setting is edited by the mobile terminal 600a and is shared by the broadcast receiving apparatus 100, thereby enabling user interaction.

On the other hand, the broadcast receiving apparatus 100 can receive the screen display setting information from the mobile terminal 600. [ The screen display setting information at this time may include at least one of brightness, brightness, and contrast of the screen, and may also include information such as volume setting, preferred channel setting, and the like.

Such screen display setting information can be received together with or separately from the home screen information. For example, the broadcast receiving apparatus 100 can separately receive the screen display setting information from the server 700 separately from the home screen information. Alternatively, the broadcast receiving apparatus 100 may receive the home screen information from the server 700 and separately receive the screen display setting information from the server 700 based on the home screen display input and the user information. Alternatively, the broadcast receiving apparatus 100 may receive the screen display setting information when receiving the home screen information from the server 700. [

The control unit 170 of the broadcast receiving apparatus 100 can set and display at least one of the brightness, brightness, and contrast of the displayed screen based on the received screen display setting information. In addition to that, you can also set volume and preference channel. Thereby, it is possible to display the screen display setting suitable for the user or preset by the user, and convenience for the user to use can be increased.

14A illustrates another example of a shared home screen of a mobile terminal and a video display device.

Referring to the drawing, a mobile terminal 600b and an image display apparatus 100, which are used by a second user, can share a home screen.

The home screen 1320 of the video display device 100 of FIG. 14A indicates that the background image 1311 and the application items 1312 in the home screen 1310 of the mobile terminal 600b are enlarged. Specifically, an application icon in an application item, text indicating an application name, and the like can be enlarged and displayed.

On the other hand, some of the application items executable on the mobile terminal 600b may not be executable on the video display device 100, that is, on the TV, and in such a case, It is possible to do.

The home screen 1320 of the video display apparatus 100 of FIG. 14A may further include downloadable items 1332, 1334, and 1336 and recommendation items 1342 and 1344.

The downloadable items 1332, 1334, and 1336 can correspond to application items for a mobile terminal that can not be executed on a TV, as TV application items that can be downloaded from the server 700 or the like.

The recommendation items 1342 and 1344 may be TV application items downloadable from the server 700 or the like and similar to the mobile terminal application items that can not be executed on the TV.

Accordingly, the application items used in the mobile terminal can be directly shared with the image display device 100, and in the case of items that can not be used in the TV, they can be replaced with application items for the same or similar image display device, The usability of the user can be increased.

14B illustrates another example of a shared home screen of the mobile terminal and the video display device.

 When the image display apparatus 100 is used by the second user, the login can be performed automatically by the camera 195 or by a separate user account selection. The login at this time may be a concept including a login of the video display apparatus 100 and a login of the server 700.

Related information can be transmitted to the server 700 when the second user is allowed to share the viewing-related information at the time of viewing the content video such as a broadcast image through the video display device 100. [

Accordingly, the server 700 can collect viewing-related information from a plurality of video display device users or the like, and calculate audience rating information and the like. In addition, the server 700 may analyze the viewing pattern of each user and recommend content suitable for each user.

Such a recommended content can be displayed together with the home screen sharing as shown in Fig. 14B.

14B shows a case where the home screen 1420 of the video display device 100 is enlarged in comparison with the background image 1311 and the application items 1312 in the home screen 1310 of the mobile terminal 600b, Lt; / RTI >

On the other hand, some of the application items executable on the mobile terminal 600b may not be executable on the video display device 100, that is, on the TV. 14B, the display 180 of the video display device 100 replaces the non-executable items with the video recommendation items 1432, 1434, and 1436, the game recommendation items 1442 and 1444, An application recommendation item 1446, and the like. Accordingly, the user can easily download the content suitable for the viewing pattern of the user.

FIG. 15 illustrates displaying a home screen for a plurality of users on a broadcast receiving apparatus.

If there is a home screen display input from the second mobile terminal 600b of the second user and a home screen display input from the third mobile terminal 600c of the third user, At least one of the home screen of the first user and the home screen of the third user can be displayed.

Accordingly, the broadcast receiving apparatus 100 accesses the server 700 by the user account for the second user son and the user account for the third user, The home screen information for the user son and the home screen information for the third user can be received together.

Accordingly, the display 180 of the broadcast receiving apparatus displays the home screen 1520 for the second user (son) and the home screen 1510 for the third user together . In the drawings, it is exemplified that they are displayed separately in different areas. Alternatively, two home screens may be superimposed on each other and displayed. Thereby, the user can easily confirm a plurality of pieces of home screen information.

On the other hand, in the state that the home screen for the third user is displayed and the home screen display input is provided from the second mobile terminal 600b of the second user, it can be displayed together as shown in the figure.

16 illustrates an example of setting rights for a plurality of user accounts of a broadcast receiving apparatus.

Referring to the drawing, a user account selection screen 1130 may be displayed for setting a user account, as shown in the figure. Figure 16 (a) illustrates that a user account for a third user is selected.

Accordingly, a permission setting screen 1610 for a plurality of user accounts can be displayed as shown in FIG. 16 (b). At this time, an object 1612 indicating that a third user is logged in may be displayed.

The right setting screen 1610 for a plurality of user accounts may include a right setting item 1614 for a plurality of user accounts and respective setting contents 1616. [

In the figure, contents of "prohibition of watching TV after 12 o'clock" and "prohibition of game after 10 o'clock" for the second user (son) are exemplified, and "after 2 o'clock" Do not watch TV ".

Thus, it is possible to set the rights for the broadcast receiving apparatuses for each user.

In the drawing, although not shown, a third user is a master user and can perform all functions for the broadcast receiving apparatus 100. [

FIG. 17 illustrates that a user having a master setting right among the users of the broadcast receiving apparatus views information of another user.

When the first user and the second user consent to the monitoring function in advance, the call recording screen 1712 of the mobile terminal 600b used by the second user (son) The messenger screen 1722 of the mobile terminal 600a used by the first user may be shared with the server 700 or directly to the broadcast receiving apparatus 100 without going through the server 700 .

When a third user using the broadcast receiving apparatus 100 selects the monitoring mode, the user enters the monitoring mode and directly receives the information from the server 700 or directly from the mobile terminal 600a and the mobile terminal 600b, The messenger screen 1722 information and the call log screen information.

The broadcast receiving apparatus 100 scales the received messenger screen 1722 information and the call log screen information 1712 to display the scrambled messenger screen 1720 information and call log screen information 1710 on a display 180). ≪ / RTI > In the drawings, it is exemplified that they are displayed separately in different areas. Alternatively, two home screens may be superimposed on each other and displayed. Thus, the user can easily check the screen information of the mobile terminal for each user.

FIG. 18 is a flowchart illustrating an operation method of a broadcast receiving apparatus according to another embodiment of the present invention, and FIGS. 19 to 21 are views referred to explain the operation method of FIG.

Referring to the drawing, the broadcast receiving apparatus 100 displays a broadcast image (S1810).

The broadcast receiving unit 105 of the broadcast receiving apparatus 100 receives a broadcast signal and the control unit 170 controls the display 180 to display the broadcast image signal processed based on the broadcast signal.

Fig. 19 (a) illustrates that a predetermined broadcast image 1910 is displayed on the display 180 of the broadcast receiving apparatus 100. Fig.

Next, the broadcast receiving apparatus 100 transmits the broadcast image viewing information to the server 700 (S1820). When the broadcast image viewing information sharing mode is set in the broadcast receiving apparatus 100, the network interface unit 130 transmits the audience information on the broadcast image currently being viewed to the server 700. [

Here, the audience information on the broadcast image may include channel information of the broadcast image, program information, a time of watching the broadcast image, and the like. Also, user information watching the broadcast video can be transmitted. This user information can be transmitted to the server 700 when the user logs in to the broadcast receiving apparatus 100. [ The user login may be performed based on the image photographed through the camera 195, as described above, or through the user account selection screen.

19A illustrates that the audience information Inf1 related to the broadcast image is transmitted to the server 700 in a state where the predetermined broadcast image 1910 is displayed on the display 180 of the broadcast receiving apparatus 100 .

The server 700 generates recommended content information Inf2 including an application related to the broadcast video, a news, and a recommended video based on the audience information Inf1 related to the broadcast video received from the broadcast receiving apparatus 100 can do. Then, the server 700 can transmit the recommended content information Inf2 to the broadcast receiving apparatus 100. [

Accordingly, the broadcast receiving apparatus 100 receives the recommendation content with respect to the broadcast image viewing information from the server 700 (S1830).

19B illustrates that the network interface unit 130 of the broadcast receiving apparatus 100 receives the recommended content information Inf2 including the application, news, recommended moving image, etc. from the server 700 .

Next, the broadcast receiving apparatus 100 displays the recommended content together with the broadcast image (S1840).

The control unit 170 of the broadcast receiving apparatus 100 performs signal processing on the received recommended content information Inf2 and controls the display unit 180 to display the recommended content information Inf2.

At this time, the recommended content information 1920 including the recommended application item 1922, the related news item 1924, and the recommended video item 1926 corresponding to the recommended content information Inf2 is displayed on the display 180 1910). ≪ / RTI >

Particularly, when there is a recommended content information display input by the user input, the recommended content information 1920 can be displayed in the edge area with little change so as not to interfere with the viewing of the broadcast image 1910. [

On the other hand, unlike FIG. 19B, the recommended content information 1930 may be displayed on the mobile terminal 600a used by a user viewing the broadcast receiving apparatus 100. [

19C shows a case where the first user father logs into the broadcast receiving apparatus 100 and watches the broadcast video 1910 through the broadcast receiving apparatus 100. In this case, The recommended content information 1930 is displayed on the mobile terminal 600a of the first user.

At this time, the mobile terminal 600a receives the recommended content information Inf2 for the first user from the server 700, and accordingly transmits the recommended application item 1932, the related news item 1934, And recommendation content information 1930 including the recommended content information 1936.

The recommended content information 1930 displayed on the mobile terminal 600a can be displayed in a reduced size as compared with the recommended content information 1930 displayed on the broadcast receiving apparatus 100 in Fig. 19 (b).

FIG. 20 is similar to FIG. 19, but illustrates the display of information related to a place, a character, and a commodity related to a broadcast video on a mobile terminal during viewing of the broadcast video 2010 using the broadcast receiving apparatus 100. FIG.

19, when the product recommendation mode related to the broadcast image is set in the broadcast receiving apparatus 100, the audience information on the broadcast image is transmitted to the server 700, Information related to a place, a character, and a product in the corresponding broadcast image can be received by the broadcast receiving apparatus 100 or the mobile terminal 600c. The mobile terminal 600c at this time may be a mobile terminal of a third user using the broadcast receiving apparatus 100. [

Accordingly, the mobile terminal 600c may display the recommendation content information 2030 including the related place item 2032, the related product item 2034, and the related actor item 2036. [

FIG. 21 is a view similar to FIG. 20 but shows a text message or an alarm message received by the mobile terminal 600c during the viewing of the broadcast image 2010 using the broadcast receiving apparatus 100, on the broadcast receiving apparatus 100 .

Although not shown in FIG. 20, when the message sharing mode is set between the broadcast receiving apparatus 100 and the mobile terminal 600c, a text message (not shown) is transmitted from the mobile terminal 600c used by the third user, Or an alarm message or the like may be received by the broadcast receiving apparatus 100.

Specifically, in the figure, the mobile terminal 600c illustrates that a message screen including a text message 2132, a notification message 2134 according to a schedule, and a message 2136 from a messenger is displayed.

Accordingly, the broadcast receiving apparatus 100 can display a message 2120 including a text message, an alarm message, and a messenger message together with the broadcast image 2010, as shown in the figure.

The broadcast receiving apparatus and the operation method thereof according to the present invention are not limited to the configuration and the method of the embodiments described above but the embodiments can be applied to all or a part of each embodiment Some of which may be selectively combined.

Meanwhile, the operation method of the broadcast receiving apparatus of the present invention can be implemented as a code that can be read by a processor on a processor-readable recording medium included in the broadcast receiving apparatus. The processor-readable recording medium includes all kinds of recording apparatuses in which data that can be read by the processor is stored. Examples of the recording medium that can be read by the processor include a ROM, a RAM, a CD-ROM, a magnetic tape, a floppy disk, an optical data storage device, and the like, and may also be implemented in the form of a carrier wave such as transmission over the Internet . In addition, the processor-readable recording medium may be distributed over network-connected computer systems so that code readable by the processor in a distributed fashion can be stored and executed.

While the present invention has been particularly shown and described with reference to exemplary embodiments thereof, it is to be understood that the invention is not limited to the disclosed exemplary embodiments, but, on the contrary, It will be understood by those skilled in the art that various changes in form and details may be made therein without departing from the spirit and scope of the present invention.

Claims (20)

  1. Receiving a home screen display input from a mobile terminal;
    Receiving user information from the mobile terminal; And
    And displaying a home screen for a user of the mobile terminal among the plurality of home screens based on the home screen display input and the user information.
  2. The method according to claim 1,
    Wherein the home screen comprises a background image and a plurality of execution items.
  3. The method according to claim 1,
    And turning on the power of the broadcast receiving apparatus when receiving the home screen display input while the power is off.
  4. The method according to claim 1,
    Further comprising the steps of: displaying a predetermined image;
    Wherein when the home screen display input is received at the time of displaying the predetermined video, the home screen is displayed by switching the screen.
  5. The method according to claim 1,
    And logging in to the broadcast receiving apparatus based on the user information.
  6. The method according to claim 1,
    Receiving home screen information for a user of the mobile terminal from the mobile terminal or the server based on the home screen display input and user information;
    Scaling at least one of a background image or a plurality of execution items in the received home screen information; Further comprising:
    Wherein the displaying the home screen comprises:
    And displaying a home screen including the scaled background image and the execution item.
  7. The method according to claim 1,
    Receiving screen display setting information based on the home screen display input and user information; And
    And setting and displaying at least one of brightness, brightness, and contrast of a displayed screen according to the received screen display setting information.
  8. The method according to claim 1,
    Receiving a home screen display input from the second mobile terminal when displaying the home screen;
    Receiving user information from the second mobile terminal; And
    Further comprising displaying at least one of a home screen for the user of the mobile terminal or a home screen for the user of the second mobile terminal.
  9. The method according to claim 1,
    Displaying a home screen editing screen; And
    And transmitting the home screen information set in the home screen editing screen to the server.
  10. The method according to claim 6,
    Wherein the step of displaying the home screen comprises:
    Characterized in that when the received home screen is a home screen used in a device different from the broadcast receiving device, a part of the home screen which is not executable in the broadcast receiving device is distinguished from other items and displayed To the broadcast receiving apparatus.
  11. 11. The method of claim 10,
    Wherein the step of displaying the home screen comprises:
    Displaying a downloadable object indicating that the same item is downloadable from the server, corresponding to the selected item,
    And displays a recommendation object indicating that a similar item is downloadable from the server, corresponding to the selected item.
  12. Receiving a power-on signal from a mobile terminal;
    Turning on the power of the broadcast receiving apparatus;
    Receiving user information from the mobile terminal;
    Receiving home screen information for the user of the mobile terminal from the mobile terminal or the server based on the user information;
    Scaling at least one of a background image or a plurality of execution items in the received home screen information; Further comprising:
    And displaying the home screen including the scaled background image and the execution item.
  13. display;
    An interface unit for receiving a home screen display input from a mobile terminal and receiving user information from the mobile terminal; And
    And a control unit for controlling to display a home screen for a user of the mobile terminal among a plurality of home screens based on the home screen display input and user information.
  14. 14. The method of claim 13,
    Wherein,
    And controls to turn on the power of the broadcast receiving apparatus when receiving the home screen display input while the power is off.
  15. 14. The method of claim 13,
    Wherein,
    Wherein when the home screen display input is received while the predetermined image is displayed on the display, the control unit switches the screen to display the home screen.
  16. 14. The method of claim 13,
    The control unit
    And log in to the broadcast receiving apparatus based on the user information.
  17. 14. The method of claim 13,
    And a network interface unit for receiving home screen information for a user of the mobile terminal from the mobile terminal or the server based on the home screen display input and user information,
    Wherein,
    Scales at least one of a background image or a plurality of execution items in the received home screen information, and displays a home screen including the scaled background image and the execution item.
  18. 14. The method of claim 13,
    And a network interface unit for receiving screen display setting information based on the home screen display input and user information,
    Wherein,
    And sets at least one of a brightness, a brightness, and a contrast of a displayed screen according to the received screen display setting information.
  19. 14. The method of claim 13,
    Wherein,
    When displaying the home screen, if there is a home screen display input from the second mobile terminal, controlling to display at least one of a home screen for the user of the mobile terminal or a home screen for the user of the second mobile terminal And the broadcast receiving apparatus.
  20. 14. The method of claim 13,
    And a network interface unit for transmitting the home screen information set in the home screen editing screen displayed on the display to the server.
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