KR20150001268U - Auditory sensor for activation of golf simulation system with multiple processor - Google Patents

Auditory sensor for activation of golf simulation system with multiple processor Download PDF

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KR20150001268U
KR20150001268U KR20130007818U KR20130007818U KR20150001268U KR 20150001268 U KR20150001268 U KR 20150001268U KR 20130007818 U KR20130007818 U KR 20130007818U KR 20130007818 U KR20130007818 U KR 20130007818U KR 20150001268 U KR20150001268 U KR 20150001268U
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The present invention relates to a golf simulation system in which at least one processor is installed to provide a more realistic game for users, a simulator is combined with a carrier configured to be movable, and a high- It is an object of the present invention to provide an apparatus and method for detecting an image of a golf simulation system in which corrective movement data of a golf ball is detected by separately capturing and then recombining the motion. To this end, the image sensing apparatus of the golf simulation system includes a front camera unit, an auxiliary camera unit, a control unit, an auxiliary control unit, a data storage unit, and a display unit. Therefore, the present invention is advantageous in that the cost of installation can be reduced by separately shooting a continuous operation proceeding at a high speed using a number of low-cost cameras in a golf simulation system, and outputting the resultant by recombining.

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TECHNICAL FIELD [0001] The present invention relates to a multi-processor golf simulating system activated by an auditory sensor,

The present invention relates to an image detecting apparatus and method for a golf simulation system, and more particularly, to a golf simulation system for linking one or more processors using an auditory sensor, A system that supports the environment or the player to create the desired play environment while the simulation equipment is operating. It uses a camera or a proximity sensor device separately from the processor that simulates the progress of the ball, And manages the simulator. The present invention relates to a method of operating a golf simulation system that enables independent progress and connection in a simulation sequence to be performed in addition to a simulation routine, thereby enhancing convenience specifications of a user.

In recent years, the golf simulator, which has become popular rapidly, changes according to the player's swing posture or club face state at the time of hitting, and the result is indicated by the rotation of the ball, and the simulator sensing the degree do. As the recent golf population grows, it is a game called screen golf that can be used to practice golf using a virtual golf simulator and virtual golf games.

As described above, the screen golf system implemented by the virtual golf simulation apparatus has a feature that it can give a sense of presence such as a round in a golf course while hitting the golf ball in the same manner as hitting the golf ball in the golf driving range.

Such a golf simulation apparatus is disclosed in Korean Patent Registration No. 10-1010281 (titled invention, virtual golf simulation apparatus, filed on Feb. 28, 2010).

However, such a golf simulation apparatus has a problem in that a large number of high-priced high-speed cameras are installed in order to secure a moment when the ball leaves the batting seat, thereby increasing the installation cost and limiting the appearance of the golf ball when the ball is out of a predetermined position.

The response speed of the simulator in the screen golf determines the reality of the golfer. If one processor is used, the start of the ball can not be known clearly because the preparation of the player and tracking after the actual batting can not be performed at the same time. In this way, the golfer's sensory organs are deceived through arbitrary movements.

In addition, the golfer changes his or her physician's or play's environment through a simulator or a contact-type controller or keyboard mouse near the batting seat to specify the game direction.

In the screen golf system, a screen capable of displaying a virtual golf course is installed in the room. When a golfer hits the golf ball toward the screen, the screen golf system senses the speed and direction of the golf ball, .

Also, since the player has to leave the batting seat or take an uncomfortable posture while designating the environment, the concentration is lowered, and the atmosphere and flow of the game are changed.

(Patent Document 1) KR1010281 10

In order to solve such a problem, the present invention provides a golf simulation system in which one or more processors for detecting actual environment setting or operation of a player are detected, and the processor is provided with a camera sensor or a proximity sensor A sensor, and an auditory sensor are provided so that the rolling operation is performed.

The hearing sensor is a device that acts as a bridge between the added processor and the main sensor. The sensor uses a microphone, a pressure sensor, a gyro sensor, etc., and simulates the image obtained from the camera installed in the existing simulator continuously. It precisely informs the starting point and prevents wasting of power and CPU resources in the preliminary operation.

The proximity sensor can expect the same effect as the auditory sensor. In addition, the proximity sensor is installed on a part of the foot mat, batting table, etc., and preliminarily judges whether or not the player is ready to reach the batting distance. In particular, the proximity sensor transmits the player's purpose to the simulator by touching or approaching a part of the batting or a specific sentence or symbol placed in the process of creating a strategy, such as a club selection or entry direction, To create a controller effect.

An additional installed camera sensor can accomplish both the proximity sensor and the auditory sensor purpose, especially if the player has entered the batting position, has entered the batting space sufficiently for the length of the club, Or to proceed with a process that requires a " request "

Each of the sensors calculates the value to the mobile device so as to move to the corrected position of the detection sensor for accurately detecting the ball by finding the position of the ball in the left or right or forward or backward direction around the plate.

As a result, it is possible to improve the reaction speed that can not be satisfied in the existing golf simulation apparatus and to create an environment that allows the user to enjoy the game comfortably. In addition, the additional simulator forms the database of the player when the card type wireless type login function is added, and downloads the game data from the server to create the environment of the game.

In addition, the auditory sensor receives a request for a name of the player to be called. The voice is received by the auditing device, and voice modulation is performed according to the voice data already registered in the database. To the atmosphere. The player can select a plurality of modulated voices and form a caddy, a gallery, a cheering party, etc. in the virtual space. As the event progresses, players will be able to learn the surrounding reactions that can occur in the actual game. In addition, players who practice only looking at the wall in a narrow space will feel the burden of noise and cheering , Concentration, and other unexpected things, so that they can afford to relax, thereby reducing the number of mistakes to make the game enough to enjoy.

According to an aspect of the present invention, there is provided an image detection apparatus for a golf simulation system, including at least one front camera for capturing a predetermined frame, the front camera being disposed at a front side of a batting seat, A front camera part for photographing a moving path of the ball in a vertical direction; A plurality of cameras installed on one side of the player or on a side of the player and provided with a camera for photographing in a predetermined frame; An auxiliary camera unit for photographing in accordance with a photographing sequence; A position of a golf club and a rotation and a position of the golf ball are detected through a pre-stored image processing program in frames captured by the front camera unit and the auxiliary camera unit, Detecting a position of the golf ball and a golf ball detected in the frame by a shooting speed per frame to detect the speed of the golf ball, the rotation of the golf ball, and the direction of travel of the golf ball, The direction of the camera or the angle is set to the direction of travel of the ball so that the trajectory of the movement can be tracked to the end, the position of the golf ball, the velocity of the golf ball, the rotation of the golf ball, A control unit for simulating and outputting a movement path of the golf ball; A data storage unit for storing shooting information of the front camera unit and the upper camera unit and analysis information of the control unit; And a display unit for outputting simulation results of the control unit.

The present invention further includes a buffer unit for storing the frames photographed by the front camera unit and the frames photographed by the upper camera unit according to the photographing order, and sequentially outputting the stored frames to the control unit.

In addition, the control unit according to the present invention may be configured such that the position of the golf ball, the length of the club, the image of the option selected by the club, the position of the camera for easy tracking of the golf ball, And detects the progress image of the golf ball after the batting.

The control unit may be divided into two or more units. The control unit may be classified as an auxiliary control unit for the purpose of deriving a result of the ball, which is a mission of the golf simulator, The exercise operation, the tee height selection, the orientation of the screen, and the aiming motion detection.

In addition, the control unit according to the present invention detects the golfer's stroke, the position of the golf ball, and the rotation and position of the golf ball in the frames captured by the front camera unit and the upper camera unit through a stored image processing program, A simulation analyzer for detecting the position of the golf ball photographed according to the photographing interval of the camera and the speed of the golf ball, the rotation of the golf ball, and the traveling direction of the golf ball by converting the golf ball detected in the frame into the photographing speed per frame; And the golf simulation program to be outputted to the projector. The simulator analyzes the golf ball hit, the golf ball position, the speed of the golf ball, the rotation of the golf ball, and the traveling direction of the golf ball detected by the simulation analysis unit, And a simulation control unit for calculating a travel route and outputting a result.

In addition, the simulation apparatus according to the present invention includes a movable wheel structure and a fixing device.

The controller includes an additional function for karaoke or an electronic entertainment game.

The present invention has an effect of efficiently using a computing device by separating the role of a main processor that processes a continuous operation at high speed and a secondary processor that controls the environment by using a plurality of processors in a golf simulation system.

In addition, there is a feature that the main processor can utilize sufficient resources for computation through an auditory sensor or a proximity sensor that enables the association of the coprocessor and the main processor.

The present invention has a feature of being able to select a caddy and a cheering suit for a player's taste, and has an effect of raising familiarity by giving a name or a nickname of the player.

The present invention is characterized in that the present invention can be used for an outdoor event, an after-school school, or the like, which is movable, includes an additional entertainment function, and is movable.

BRIEF DESCRIPTION OF THE DRAWINGS FIG. 1 is a block diagram showing a configuration of an image detection and control section of a golf simulation system according to the present invention. FIG.
Fig. 2 is a block diagram showing a configuration of a front camera part of an image detection device of the golf simulation system according to Fig. 1; Fig.
Fig. 3 is a block diagram showing a configuration of an auxiliary camera unit of an image detection device of the golf simulation system according to Fig. 1; Fig.
Fig. 4 is a block diagram showing the configuration of a control unit of the image detection device of the golf simulation system according to Fig. 1; Fig.
Fig. 5 is an exemplary view showing the configuration of a golf simulation system using the image detection device according to Fig. 1. Fig.
6 is a view illustrating an example of a display screen combination process of the golf simulation system according to the present invention.
7 is a flowchart illustrating an image detection process of the golf simulation system according to the present invention.
FIG. 8 is an exemplary view showing a configuration of a mobile simulation apparatus according to the present invention; FIG.

DETAILED DESCRIPTION OF THE PREFERRED EMBODIMENTS Hereinafter, preferred embodiments of an image detection apparatus and method of a golf simulation system according to the present invention will be described in detail with reference to the accompanying drawings.

(Image detecting device)

FIG. 1 is a block diagram showing the configuration of an image detecting apparatus of a golf simulation system according to the present invention, FIG. 2 is a block diagram showing a configuration of a front camera unit of an image detecting apparatus of the golf simulation system according to FIG. 1, Fig. 4 is a block diagram showing the configuration of the control unit of the image detection device of the golf simulation system according to Fig. 1, and Fig. 5 is a block diagram showing the configuration of the control unit of the golf simulation system according to Fig. Fig. 8 is a diagram showing a configuration of a golf simulation system using an image detection device according to the first embodiment;

As shown in FIGS. 1 to 5, the simulation apparatus 100 of the golf simulation system according to the present invention uses a low cost camera in a golf simulation system to take a series of high-speed continuous operations, A front camera unit 110 for simulating and providing an accurate movement path of the golf ball on the basis of the hit state of the golfer, the position of the golf ball, the speed of the golf ball, the rotation of the golf ball, A front camera part movement 119, an upper camera part 120, an upper camera movement part 129, buffer parts 130 and 131, a control part 140, a data storage part 150, 160, a projector 170, and a batting unit 180.

The front camera unit 110 photographs and outputs a hit state of the golfer, a position of the golf club, and a vertical movement path of the golf ball.

The upper camera 120 includes at least one upper camera 121, 122, 123, and 124 installed at an upper portion of the batting unit 180 to detect a stroke of the golfer, a position of the golf club, And photographs the path of the golf ball in the left and right direction of the golf ball, which is installed in series in parallel with the moving direction of the golf ball.

In the present embodiment, the number of upper cameras is limited to four. However, the number of upper cameras is not limited to four.

The buffer units 130 and 131 are connected to the front camera unit 110 and the upper camera unit 120 so that the frames captured by the front camera unit 110 and the frames captured by the upper camera unit 120 And sequentially outputs the stored frames to the control unit 140. The control unit 140 controls the display unit 140 to display the stored frames.

The control unit 140 detects the golfer blowing state, the position of the golf club, the rotation and position of the golf ball in the frames photographed by the front camera unit 110 and the upper camera unit 120 through a previously stored image processing program , The position of the golf ball photographed according to the photographing intervals of the upper cameras 121, 122, 123, and 124, and the speed of the golf ball by converting the golf ball detected in the frame into the photographing speed per frame, A method for detecting a traveling direction of a golf ball and outputting a movement path of the golf ball by simulating the hit state of the detected golfer, the position of the golf ball, the speed of the golf ball, the rotation of the golf ball, And includes a simulation analysis unit 141 and a simulation control unit 142.

The control unit 140 is connected to the auxiliary control unit 141 and is configured to secure information required for the control through the installed camera units 120 and 110 in a series of behaviors of the golfer in the batter seat 180.

The auxiliary control unit is connected to the auditory sensor unit 900 to quickly transmit the situation where the batting occurs at the batting table to the simulator to move the image of the display unit 160 to increase the high realism. The operation of the auditory sensor unit 900 may be replaced with a radar sensor, a proximity sensor, or the like.

The auditory sensor unit 900 is configured to attach auditory data to the login information given to the consumer who does not want to expose the name or personal information at the time of login, so that the auditory sensor unit 900 can use it for security.

The auditory sensor unit 900 can voice-modulate the name or nickname designated by the player, and can be used as a name-calling material for a public broadcasting, a caddy, a cheerleader, or a gallery during the game, so that natural progress can be made, Function.

The control unit or the auxiliary control unit is configured to include a voice control unit 151 for voice recognition and modulation.

The proximity sensor unit 902 may be installed on or included in a part of the display unit 901 so as to be suitable for the surrounding environment and change the tee height and change the screen direction when the player moves the club and specifies a predetermined time, Choose a club and organize the data with distance or video information so that it will be automatically applied to future games.

The auditory sensor unit 900 or the proximity sensor unit 902 determines whether the golfer performs an aiming operation and if the aging operation is performed as a result of the determination, Images and images of the frames photographed after the aging operation are analyzed to detect the golfer's stroke, the position of the golf club, the speed of the golf ball, the rotation of the golf ball, and the traveling direction of the golf ball.

The arming operation is advantageous in that the arithmetic operation of the simulation apparatus 100 is minimized and can be optimized for arithmetic operations occurring after the hitting, and energy can be saved and the effect of extending the lifetime of the arithmetic unit such as CPU and memory can be expected.

The simulation analyzer 141 detects the golfer's stroke, the position of the golf ball, and the rotation and position of the golf ball in the images of the frames captured by the front camera unit 110 and the upper camera unit 120 through an image processing program And detects the position of the golf ball in the photographed frame according to the photographing intervals of the upper cameras 121, 122, 123 and 124 and the speed of the golf ball by converting the golf ball detected in the frame into the photographing speed per frame And detects the swing state of the detected golfer, the position of the golf club, the swing locus, the rotation or non-rotation of the golf ball, the upward and downward flying angle, and the trajectory in the lateral direction.

In addition, the simulation analyzer 141 analyzes frames shot by the upper camera unit 120 to detect the golfer's stroke, the position of the golf club, the swing locus, the rotation of the golf ball, .

6A, when the camera of the upper camera unit 120 photographs three frames for one second, for example, The camera 121 outputs three frames P1-1, P1-2 and P1-3 photographed for one second and the second upper camera 122 photographs the frames for one second as shown in FIG. 6 (b) The third upper camera 123 outputs three frames P2-1, P2-2 and P2-3 as shown in FIG. 6C. The third upper camera 123 outputs three frames P3-1, P3- 2, and P3-3, and the fourth upper camera 124 outputs three frames P4-1, P4-2, and P4-3 captured for one second as shown in FIG. 6D.

At this time, the first to fourth upper cameras 121, 122, 123 and 124 start shooting at different times, and the shooting starts according to a predetermined order, and the first to fourth upper cameras 121, 122 , 123, and 124 for one second are combined according to the shooting order of the motion camera set in the order of, for example, 1-> 2-> 3-> 4.

When the first upper camera 121 starts shooting and the first frame P1-1 is output, the second frame P1-2 of the first upper camera 121 is output before the second frame P1-2 is output, Four upper cameras 122, 123, and 124 sequentially start shooting.

When frames photographed by the first to fourth upper cameras 121, 122, 123 and 124 are outputted, as shown in FIG. 6 (e), the frames P1-1, P1- P2-2 and P2-3 of the second upper camera 122 are arranged so that the frames P2-1, P2-2 and P2-3 of the second upper camera 122 are arranged next, The frames P3-1, P3-2 and P3-3 of the third upper camera 123 are arranged next to the frames P3-1, P2-2 and P2-3 of the third upper camera 123, Frames P4-1, P4-2 and P4-3 of the fourth upper camera 124 are arranged after the frames P3-1, P3-2 and P3-3, It is possible to continuously detect the hit state of the golfer, the position of the golf club, the swing locus, the rotation of the golf ball, and the travel path in the lateral direction using a low-cost camera.

The simulation control unit 142 drives the golf simulation program to be output to the projector 170. The simulation control unit 142 controls the simulation control unit 142 such that the simulation control unit 142 generates a golf simulation program, The ball is rotated and the direction of the golf ball is traveled is simulated through a pre-stored analysis simulation program to calculate an accurate movement path of the golf ball, and the calculation result is output.

That is, by detecting and analyzing the position and swing locus of the golf club during each operation, such as address, take-back, top, down swing, impact, And the positional data of the golf club are combined to simulate the course of the golf ball, so that the simulation accuracy can be improved.

In addition, the simulation controller 142 controls the shooting interval (frequency) between each camera to control the shooting speed of the simulation analyzer 141, thereby appropriately reducing the calculation load.

That is, the initial swing of the golfer is photographed as fast as possible, and the shooting interval between the first to fourth upper cameras 121, 122, 123, and 124 is controlled so that stable shooting can be performed when data after swing is detected, When the aiming operation is detected so that photographing can be performed at an appropriate photographing speed, a photographing signal is outputted so that the photographing speed is increased for a predetermined time.

The data storage unit 150 stores shooting information of the front camera unit 110 and the upper camera unit 120 and analysis information of the controller 140 and stores the golf simulation program, the analysis simulation program, image processing Programs and the like are stored.

The display unit 160 outputs the analysis information output by the control unit 140 to the golfer so that the golfer's hit appearance and analysis information are output to the monitor installed on the side wall of the room or the simulation case for movement.

The projector 170 outputs arbitrary golf simulation image information according to the operation information of the golf simulation program output from the control unit 140.

The batter plate 180 provides information to the controller 140 about whether or not the golfer has entered the golf club so that a golf ball or the like is supplied so that the golfer entering the batter plate 180 can perform the simulation golf.

Also, the mobile simulation case includes a folding striking mat 906, and includes a handle and a moving wheel, and is fixed when installed in a certain place.

(Progress of simulation operation)

7 is a flowchart illustrating an image detection process of the golf simulation system according to the present invention.

1 to 7, the control unit 140 controls the golf course simulation system according to the present invention by inputting the name of a golfer, golf club information, etc., The golf simulation program is operated in accordance with the input information and output through the projector 170. [0050] FIG.

The controller 140 outputs a shooting start signal to the front camera unit 110 and the upper camera unit 120 so that the golfer is stored in the data storage unit 150. At this time, The control unit 140 may be configured to arrange the frames captured by the second to fourth upper cameras 122, 123, and 124 in frames in the order of photographing, for example, between frames captured by the first upper camera 121, And analyzes the image of the generated frame through the image processing program to detect whether or not the golfer performs the aiming operation.

The control unit 140 analyzes images of frames captured by the front camera 110 and the upper camera 120 to detect a golfer's stroke, the position of the golf club, the speed of the golf ball, The rotation of the ball, and the traveling direction of the golf ball in the up, down, left, and right directions.

The control unit 140 simulates the hit state of the detected golfer, the position of the golf ball, the speed of the golf ball, the rotation of the golf ball, and the traveling direction of the golf ball through a golf simulation program, The movement path and the final position are calculated and stored in the data storage unit 150 and output to the display unit 160 together with the hitting of the golfer.

Therefore, it is possible to provide an effect similar to that of a super high-speed camera by separately photographing the continuous operation proceeding at a high speed using a plurality of low-cost cameras in the golf simulation system and outputting the resultant by recombining. It is possible to simulate and provide an accurate movement path of the golf ball based on the speed of the golf ball, the rotation of the golf ball, and the traveling direction of the golf ball.

While the present invention has been particularly shown and described with reference to exemplary embodiments thereof, it will be understood by those skilled in the art that various changes and modifications may be made without departing from the spirit and scope of the invention as defined in the appended claims. It can be understood that

In the course of the description of the embodiments of the present invention, the thicknesses of the lines and the sizes of the components shown in the drawings may be exaggerated for clarity and convenience of explanation, , Which may vary depending on the intention or custom of the user, the operator, and the definitions of these terms should be based on the contents throughout this specification.

100: Simulation device 110: Front camera part
111: first front camera 112: second front camera
119: Front camera movement
120: auxiliary camera unit 121: first upper camera
122: second upper camera 123: third upper camera
124: fourth upper camera 129: upper camera movement
130, 131: buffer unit 140:
141: simulation analysis unit 142: simulation control unit
150: Data storage unit 151: Voice control unit
160: Display unit 170: Projector
180: batting section 149: auxiliary control section
900: auditory sensor section 901: display section
902: proximity sensor part 903: handle
904: Movable wheels 905: Striking mat
906: Folding striking mat 910: Movable simulator case
920: laser pointer part

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At least one front camera (111, 112) for photographing in a predetermined frame is installed on the front side of the batting table (180) where the golfer is located. The front camera A camera unit 110;
A front camera movement 119 that allows the front camera unit 110 to move back and forth and left and right according to the position of the ball placed by the golfer;
A camera unit 120 including at least one camera for capturing a predetermined frame;
An upper camera movement 129 for mounting one or more upper cameras and allowing the golfer to move to the top of the ball to be placed;
One or more of the cameras may include a proximity sensor 902 that senses when the player takes an action to select a display unit 901 installed around the player, or a camera having a sufficient viewing angle or a fisheye lens capable of detecting 360 degrees A simulation camera unit 112, 120,
Includes a procedure for confirming the player's striking will via one or more cameras or proximity sensor units (902);
And an auxiliary controller (401) for accurately conveying a moment when the ball leaves the batter through a auditory sensor unit (900) for sensing a signal for determining the start of operation of the control unit, thereby minimizing the operation of the control unit and saving resources and energy.
The method according to claim 1,
The position of the golf club and the rotation and position of the golf ball are detected through a previously stored image processing program in the frames captured by the front camera unit 110 and the auxiliary camera unit 120, 121, 122, 123, and 124, and the position of the golf ball photographed according to the shooting interval of the golf ball and the speed of the golf ball calculated by converting the golf ball detected in the frame into the shooting speed per frame, A control unit 140 for simulating the hit state of the detected golfer, the position of the golf ball, the speed of the golf ball, the rotation of the golf ball, and the traveling direction of the golf ball to output the movement path of the golf ball;
A data storage unit 150 for storing photographing information of the front camera unit 110 and the upper camera unit 120 and analysis information of the control unit 140; And
And a display unit (160) for outputting a simulation result of the control unit (140).
3. The method according to claim 1 or 2,
The control unit 140 detects the progress direction of the golf ball by arranging the frames photographed by the upper cameras 122, 123 and 124 among the frames photographed by the upper camera 121 according to the shooting order Wherein the golf simulation system comprises:
3. The method according to claim 1 or 2,
A buffer unit 130 for storing the frames photographed by the front camera unit 110 and the frames photographed by the upper camera unit 120 according to the photographing order and sequentially outputting the stored frames to the control unit 140, 131). ≪ / RTI >
5. The method of claim 4,
The control unit 140 detects the golfer blowing state, the position of the golf club, the rotation and position of the golf ball in the frames photographed by the front camera unit 110 and the upper camera unit 120 through a previously stored image processing program , The position of the golf ball photographed according to the photographing intervals of the upper cameras 121, 122, 123, and 124, and the speed of the golf ball by converting the golf ball detected in the frame into the photographing speed per frame, A simulation analysis unit 141 for detecting a traveling direction of the golf ball; And
The golf simulation program is driven to be outputted to the projector 170. The simulation analysis unit 141 detects the golfer's hit position, the position of the golf club, the speed of the golf ball, the rotation of the golf ball, And a simulation control unit (142) for simulating the movement path of the golf ball and outputting the result.
6. The method of claim 5,
Wherein the simulation control unit (142) controls the shooting interval between each camera to increase or decrease so as to adjust the shooting speed.
a) the control unit 140 detects the golfer's input information and the simulation setting information from the golfer located at the batting unit 180 and outputs the golf simulation program through the projector 170;
b) When the golfer is positioned on the batting table 180, the control unit 140 outputs a photographing start signal to the front camera unit 110 and the upper camera unit 120, And detecting an aiming motion of the golfer;
c) when the controller 140 detects the amming operation, detecting the hit state of the golfer, the position of the golf club, the speed of the golf ball, the rotation of the golf ball, and the traveling direction of the golf ball; And
d) simulating the hit state of the golfer detected by the controller 140, the position of the golf ball, the velocity of the golf ball, the rotation of the golf ball, and the direction of the golf ball through the golf simulation program, and outputting the result A method of detecting an image of a golf simulation system.
8. The method of claim 7,
The step b) is characterized in that the control unit 140 arranges the frames photographed by the upper cameras 122, 123 and 124 among the frames photographed by the upper camera 121 according to the photographing order and outputs the frame Wherein the method comprises the steps of:
The method according to claim 1 or 7,
The device that supports the output result is installed in the simulator and can move to the height of the golfer's eyes, so that the output of the simulation is possible without the distortion of the light at the player's eye height.
10. The method of claim 1 or 9,
The display unit 901 is provided on one side of the batting seat and the proximity sensor unit 902 or the camera unit 120 acquires the operation value of the player's touch or the proximity thereof so that the direction or the like can be changed on the club or tee height screen Simulation device.
The method according to claim 1,
A simulation apparatus capable of changing the auditory sensor section 900 to a proximity sensor section 902 using a signal such as a radar or an infrared ray.
The method according to claim 1,
The main controller 140 and the auxiliary controller 141, the display unit 160, the auditory sensor unit 900, the camera unit 110, the auxiliary camera unit 120, and the display unit 902, A portable simulation device (100) including a movable wheel structure, a fixed device, and a handle,
The method according to claim 1 or 12,
The display unit 160 is configured to be detachable and a simulation apparatus 910 configured to have a structure that is not affected by an external impact or shaking inside the portable simulator case 910
14. The method of claim 13,
A front camera unit 110 installed inside or outside the portable simulator case 910;
And a laser pointer unit (920) installed in the vicinity of the front camera unit (110) for aligning the position of the ball to be hit by the player
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