TWI362605B - Method for adjusting sensing range and sensitivity and inertia interactive apparatus and system using thereof - Google Patents

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TWI362605B
TWI362605B TW096132180A TW96132180A TWI362605B TW I362605 B TWI362605 B TW I362605B TW 096132180 A TW096132180 A TW 096132180A TW 96132180 A TW96132180 A TW 96132180A TW I362605 B TWI362605 B TW I362605B
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Yi Chia Hsu
Ching Hsiang Tu
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1362605 !00· 40, comply with the Japanese version of the page, the description of the invention: [Technical field of the invention] The present invention relates to a dynamic adjustment method and an interactive system, in particular, in an inertial sensing system architecture, According to the user's needs, the dynamic* adjusts the measurement range and sensitivity of the inertia parameter, so that the user and the application end can generate a suitable interaction. The method for adjusting the inertial sensing range and sensitivity and the inertial sensing interaction device and system thereof . [Prior Art] 'The development of multimedia games has been going on for years. In recent years, due to the rapid development of the semiconductor industry, the growth and progress of the electronics industry has been driven, and the computing power of related interactive platforms has also been greatly improved. Because of this, the development of multimedia games, whether it is sound, image or animation, has made great breakthroughs, so that players can immerse and integrate into the fantasy world of sound and light while playing multimedia games, enjoying multimedia games. Pleasure. ® Although the audio and video of multimedia games has a great effect on the fun of games, in general, in most multimedia games, the interface between players and games is a common input interface, such as keyboard and slide. The mouse is either a rocker or the like. Therefore, no matter what kind of multimedia game, the player can only interact with the game through the input interface of the hand operation, which will reduce the fun of the game. In order to allow the player to interact with the game, a conventional technique is disclosed in US Pat. No. 20070072680 or a game control device disclosed in US Pat. No. 20070066394 and 5 1362605 ·. 4 · JP0. @·浈加改改page game system, reveals a revolutionary control method, using the user's actions to control the game. The representative of this type of game system is based on the next generation of the game console Wii, which uses the intuitive movement of the body's pointing or waving to replace many button-type joystick operations, thus driving a new wave of game control. However, in the foregoing technology, in the process of interacting with the game through the operation interface, in general, the operation interface senses that the sensing parameters generated by the user's motion often have a one-to-one interaction relationship with the game. . That is to say, when the user's output is small, the inertial sensing parameters will be smaller, so the interactive game will give a smaller or corresponding response; otherwise, if the user has a large output, the interactive game will be Will give a larger or corresponding response. The game or the application side cannot be dynamically adjusted for the user's situation. For example, when the game or the application side is a hula hoop game, during the game, it may be set that the inertial sensor senses between +2g and -2g, which will cause interaction. Such a setting may not be a problem for a certain part of the user, but for children or people with abnormal limbs, they may often only produce between + lg and - lg during operation, so for this part For people, they enjoy less than +2g to + lg and -lg to -2g in the game. Although the general inertial sensor is designed to provide a plurality of sensing ranges, the user can select the sensing range and sensitivity setting. However, often after setting, the sensing range is fixed and cannot be adjusted by the user according to the needs. In summary, there is a need for an adjustment of the inertial sensing range and sensitivity of 1362605 100. The monthly if column is replacing the i = method and its inertial sensing interaction system to provide the user with the ability to dynamically adjust the entire sensing range and sensitivity. The effect of interaction between users and applications at different levels. SUMMARY OF THE INVENTION The present invention provides a method for adjusting inertial sensing range and sensitivity and an inertial sensing interaction device (four) system, and the storage and supply-subtraction selection allows the user to dynamically adjust the inertial sensing according to needs (4) Sensing and sensitivity. The present invention provides a method for adjusting inertial sensing range and sensitivity, and an inertial sensing interaction device and system thereof, which provide a switching option for the user to dynamically adjust the proportion of the output signal of the inertial sensing device as needed. . The invention provides a method for adjusting an inertial sensing range and a sensitive cymbal and an inertial sensing interaction device and system thereof, which provide a switching selection, so that a user can control the inertial sensing device to send an adjustment signal according to the need to receive the adjustment signal. The application side dynamically adjusts the size of the threshold. The present invention provides a method for adjusting inertial sensing range and sensitivity, and an inertial sensing interaction device and system thereof, which utilizes an application terminal to issue a switching signal to dynamically adjust the output signal size of the inertial sensing device or The sensing range of the internal inertial sensor. In an embodiment, the present invention provides a method for adjusting an inertial sensing range and sensitivity, which includes the following steps: determining whether there is a switching signal; if the switching signal is received, changing the detection of the animal body' U5^ Sensing Fan® m at least—inertial sensing parameter; and processing the to>, one inertia f measurement parameter to form a corresponding-output signal. In another embodiment, the present invention is also a method for adjusting the inertial sensing range, which includes the following steps: detecting an animal body motion to generate at least - Inertial system parameter; judge whether there is - switching message and if there is receiving the switching job, the job ratio adjustment processing to the >, a conventional ^ sensing parameter produces one of the output signal size. The method of the present invention further provides a method for adjusting inertial sensing variability, which comprises the steps of: (4) arranging the animal body to generate at least one inertial sensing parameter; and processing the at least one sense of inertia: : number to form an output signal; determine whether there is a switching signal, if 1 receives the switching signal, then send - adjust the signal; and receive and adjust the signal adjustment - determine the door pinch, the judgment m monitoring system can be used to compare the output The relationship between the signal and the threshold of the judgment, the result of the production line. In another embodiment, an inertial sensing interaction system includes: an interactive platform; and an inertial sensing device that can communicate with the interactive platform. The inertial sensing device further includes: an inertial sensing module a set having at least one inertial sensor for sensing an action of the animal body to generate at least "inertial sensing parameters; a switching unit that generates a first switching signal, a microcontroller, and a The inertial sensing module and the switching element are coupled to the micro (four) π processing the at least inertial parameter to generate an output signal, and the inertial sensing range and sensitivity can be adjusted according to the first switching signal. In an embodiment, the present invention further provides an inertial sensing interaction device, comprising: a motion module; and an inertial sensing device, which can be modified with 100. 甩 0. The inertial sensing device further has: - an inertial sense, and "having at least one inertial sensor to sense the motion of the animal body = generating at least a sensing parameter; a switching unit that can generate a switch News And a microcontroller that is coupled to the inertial sensing mode::: and the switching unit. The microcontroller can process the at least one inertial parameter to generate a round-trip signal, and can The first switching signal is used to adjust the inertial sensing range and sensitivity. [Embodiment] The reviewing committee can have some features, functions, and functions of the present invention; 5 j and understanding the following details of the device of the present invention °The concept of the 50th is explained by the original reason, so that the reviewing committee can, the characteristics of the present invention, the detailed statement is as follows: - to be abalone ~: two readings are not 'this figure is the inertial sensing of the invention The interaction system is not (4). The inertial sensing interaction system 2 has - mutual 0 and at least - inertia ❹ to set 21 (Figure (4) shows - but actually moves C). The interactive platform 20 can be selected as multimedia] - Multi 3: '2 fi The η interactive platform 2 〇 is a multimedia game machine's system that has im to communicate with the interactive platform 2G as a "four" interactive operation interface of the interactive platform 2G. ^Please refer to the second embodiment of the inertial sensing device of the present invention. This inertia test is only 210, _ (four). . / Device 21 has - inertial sensing module, early 兀 211, a transmission and receiving module 213 and a micro control 9 1362605 | _ 〇〇牟 oil! The pager 212 is being replaced. The inertial sensing module 21 is configured to have at least one inertial sensor to sense an action generated by a user (or a movable portion of the animal body) in a space or a plane to generate at least one inertial sensing. Parameters such as: angular velocity or acceleration. The inertial sensor can be selected as an accelerometer or a component such as a gyroscope or a combination of the foregoing. In addition, an inertial sensor has at least one sensing range, for example: soil _ is gravity acceleration) / ± lg / soil 〇. 5g for switching selection. For the change of ° °, the 3 single 疋 21 can generate - the first switching signal. The switching element (4) is electrically connected. The switching element can be used as the interface between the = and the switching unit 2n (4). The switching element is selected as a button, a switch, a scroll wheel, and one of the touch panels. The special 2 receiving module 213 can communicate with the interactive platform 2 to communicate with each other: the signal sent by the interactive platform 2 or the transmission signal to change the interaction === the input and receive module 213 can be selected as Among the wired communication and USB t", the wired communication system can be selected as one of RS232, bud, and turn; and the wireless communication system can be selected as one of blue: line RF communication and GSM. In this implementation In an example, the communication module 213 is wirelessly connected to the interaction platform. Alternatively, the interaction platform 20 can also issue a second switch. The microcontroller 212 is connected to the inertia. The switching unit 211 and the transmitting and receiving module 213 are coupled to the at least one inertial sensing parameter to generate the switching gas 2 and can be adjusted according to the first switching signal or the second signal. Inertial sensing range and sensitivity. In addition, the micro control 1362605 100. and the 甩1曰 正 赫 212 may generate an adjustment signal according to the first switching signal and transmit the multimedia to the interactive platform 2 Host 2〇〇. The interactive platform 2〇 Display host 200 upon receiving the signal is adjusted, the adjustment can be adjusted according to the size of the threshold adjustment signal.

_ eye is shown in FIG. 3A, which is a schematic flow chart of the first embodiment of the method for adjusting the inertial sensing range and sensitivity of the present invention. In the process of the process of FIG. 3A, please refer to FIG. 1 and FIG. 2A. In the embodiment, the inertial sensor in the inertial sensing module 21 has a plurality of sensing ranges. For switching. First, in step 3, the microcontroller 212 determines whether the -switch signal sent by the switching unit 211 is received. When the bribe (4) ϋ 212 ride has cut and cut, it will step, and the micro-controller 212 will read the control code that changes the sensing range of the inertial sensor. Subsequently, in step 32, the micro-processor 212 selects the sensing range and sensitivity of the inertial sensor based on the control code. Thereafter, in step 33, the user 8 interacts with the interactive platform 20. On the other hand, if the microcontroller 212 does not read the switching signal, the step % is performed, and the sensitive device 12 reads the preset inertial sensor sensing range and the sensitivity code and then performs the procedure after step 32. Household blood: read! : Α and Figure 4 β shown in the figure is the output signal is strong 3 when thinking. In Figure 4, it is step 34, there is no change in the habit; the output signal strength and the end set on the interactive device (the "body" or the system is in the interactive device application line 91, 丨 = body, etc.) The threshold value is set. When the signal is changed from the modified signal to the sensing range, the inertia control device outputs the ° and θ four α. It can be seen that the output signal curve does not exceed 1362605'. The threshold value of the page application is being replaced, so no matter how the user operates, because the threshold is not exceeded, the interactive device cannot interact with the interaction. As shown in Fig. 4B, the curve 92 represents the change. The output signal strength after the sensing range. When the user performs steps 31 to 33, since the sensing range of the inertial sensor has been changed, the intensity of the entire output signal has increased 'so the threshold value has not changed. However, since the measurement range and sensitivity have changed, the relative output signal strength is also increased, so when the interactive device _ to output the signal, it is calculated to interact with the user. /八跟? When the user changes the sensing range, the intensity of the output signal will follow the change of the following - for example: the inertial sensor measurement range is between ± 2g, that is, the user Acceleration, as long as between the levels, the inertial sensing module can be the number of elements, the resolution of 2, fn will be cut into a specific bit • pro + 2 two as an example (but not limited to this), that is The inertia reduction ^ is divided into _ parts between f, so if the sensed plus 逹 256 is 256. However, if the heart is strict (4), f 1 〇 24 and 1g are used to proportionally output the sensing range of the anaesthetic L sensor. The Japanese changed to ★, according to the above description, the user only needs to produce ^^ to get a maximum reading of 1024. For the bonus, please refer to Figure-, Figure 2 and Figure 3B. Figure B of the interactive system is the inertial sensing module heart inertia sensing parameter. Then the monthly body motion produces at least - in step 331, the microcontroller 212 receives 1362605 the at least inertial sensing parameter. Then 212 Dealing with at least one of the habits of the salty, the eye, the moxibustion slave "332" secret system to carry out the step state "heart sense" number generation - Output signal. Finally, 兮 Interactive Ping a 2() & / and her group 213 (four) round & signal transmission to the host 2 〇 ° '. The interactive platform 20 interacts with the user 8. Figure 5 and Figure 5, wherein Figure 5 is the present invention = method for adjusting the sensing range and sensitivity. Second Embodiment Flow Schematic 1 In this embodiment, the manner of changing the inertial sensing range and sensitivity can be It is difficult to achieve the inertia ❹] device and the mutual clearance. In the second method, the first step is to perform step 4, and the micro control unit 212 determines whether there is a slave switch from the 5 knife, and the unit 211 receives the switch signal. If the switch and the signal are not detected, the process returns to step 46. When the microcontroller makes a judgment that there is a = change signal, it will proceed to step 4 to determine the way to adjust the inertial sensing range and f sensitivity. If it is switched from the inertial sensing ^ sensing range in the inertial sensing control device, then steps 42 to 44 are performed. The steps of the thinning are as described in the foregoing steps 31 to 33 shown in Fig. 3A, and are not described herein. On the other hand, if in step 41, if the change is to be made from the side of the interactive platform 2, then step 45 is performed, and the microcontroller 212 sends an adjustment signal by the transmission and reception module 213 when the interactive platform 2 When the multimedia host 200 receives the adjustment signal, it controls the application terminal to adjust its judgment threshold. Please refer to Figure 6A and Figure 6B, which is a schematic diagram of output signal strength versus time. In FIG. 6A, it is step 46, and the relationship between the output signal intensity of the inertial sensor sensing range and the judgment threshold value set on the interactive device is not changed, and the detailed description is as shown in FIG. As described in A, 13 1362605 '* 丨如0· 序1妒 Correction replacement page is not described here. As shown in Fig. 6B, the curve 93 represents a curve for changing the threshold value. When the user performs step 44, even if the sensing range of the parent's sexy measurement is not changed, but because the threshold value of the application end has been changed, the relative output signal strength is also increased, so that the interaction When the device detects the output signal, it can perform calculations to interact with the user. Please refer to FIG. 1 , FIG. 2 and FIG. 7A , wherein FIG. 7A is a schematic diagram of a third embodiment of the method for adjusting the inertial sensing range and sensitivity of the present invention. The feature of this embodiment is that the inertia sensing unit in the inertial sensing module 21 has a single inertial sensing range. The method is as follows: First, in step 50, the inertial sensing module 21 〇 senses the user's limb movements to generate a sensational/thin parameter. Next, in step 51, the micro-control cry 21 receives the at least-inertial sensing parameter. Then, in step 52, the microcontroller processes the at least one inertial sensing parameter to generate a round of signals. Next, proceeding to step 53', the microcontroller 212 determines whether a switching signal sent by the switching unit 211 has been received. When the microcontroller 212 determines that there is a switching signal, step 54 is performed to process the size of one of the output signals generated by the at least one inertia φ &> number according to the scaling. Then, step Μ is performed, and the interactive platform 20 interacts with the user 8 according to the output signal. In this embodiment, the inertial sensor in the inertial sensing module 210 only has a measurement range, so the method of the embodiment is reduced on the round signal. Although the inertial sensing range cannot be changed, the output signal can be changed by the calculation process of the microcontroller. The relationship between the output signal adjustment ratio and the output signal can also be referred to Figure 4A and B. · 1362605

As shown in Fig. 1, Fig. 2 and Fig. 7B, the method for adjusting the inertial sensing range and sensitivity is shown in Fig. 7 which is a schematic view of the fourth embodiment of the method of the present invention. It is called Xiaosiyuan 〇 This embodiment is a combination of an inertial sensor with a single-sensing range and a change in the threshold value of the interactive device. Step 6 to step of the method is the same as steps 50 to 52 of Figure 7A, and will not be described herein. When the microcontroller 212 determines in step 63 that there is a switching signal, it proceeds to step 64 to determine whether to change the sensing sensitivity on the inertial sensing device 21 side or to change the sensing sensitivity on the interactive platform 20 side. If the sensitivity is changed on the side of the inertial sensing device 21, the steps 65 and 66 are the same as the steps 54 and 55 of Fig. 7A, and will not be described herein. If the threshold value is changed on the interactive platform 20 side, proceed to step 67. The micro control thief 212 sends an adjustment signal by the transmission and reception module 213, and the multimedia host 200 of the interactive platform 20 receives the adjustment. When the signal is received, it controls the application end adjustment period to determine the threshold value. The manner of the description (as shown in Fig. 3A, Fig. 5, Fig. 7A and Fig. 7B), the switching signal is issued from the switching unit on the side of the inertial sensing control device. In addition to this, the switching signal can also be sent by the interactive device side rather than by the inertial sensing input device. However, whether issued by the inertial sensing control device or by the interactive device, the microcontroller will perform a picture determination upon receiving the switching signal to change the inertial sensing range and sensitivity. In addition, in the embodiment of FIG. 1 and FIG. 2, it is a multimedia interactive system. In addition to such an embodiment, the method of the present invention can also be applied to a general simple inertial sensing interactive motion device, for example: step counting , or a counter that shakes the hula hoop, etc., but not limited to this. As shown in FIG. 8, 15 1362605 r. 100' year 10' month 1 & strip replacement page, the inertial sensing interactive motion device 7 also has a switching unit 70, a microcontroller 71, an inertial sensing module 7 2 and a motion module. The switching unit 70, the microcontroller 71, and the inertial sensing module 72 are similar to those shown in FIG. 2, reference numerals 210, 211, and 212, and are not described herein. The motion module 73 has a function similar to that of the interactive platform 20 in FIG. 1, such as a pedometer or a counter for swinging a hula hoop. In this embodiment, the motion module 73 can perform calculation and determination according to the output signal formed by the microcontroller 71 processing the inertial sensing parameters generated by the inertial sensing module 72 to determine whether to count. Taking the pedometer as an example, if the acceleration output signal generated by the running does not exceed a certain threshold, it will not count. Conversely, if it is greater than a certain threshold, it is counted once. In order to respond to users of different levels, in the present embodiment, the sensing range and sensitivity can also be adjusted by using the aforementioned method of adjusting the range of sensitivity and sensitivity. However, the above is only a preferred embodiment of the present invention, and the scope of the present invention is not limited thereto. It is to be understood that the scope of the present invention is not limited by the spirit and scope of the present invention, and should be considered as a further embodiment of the present invention. In summary, the method for adjusting the inertial sensing range and sensitivity and the inertial sensing interaction system provided by the present invention can dynamically select the switching sensing slowness and sensitivity to increase the user's age range. Therefore, it can meet the needs of the industry, and thus improve the competitiveness of the industry and promote the development of the surrounding industries. Chengcheng has met the requirements for applying for inventions as stipulated by the invention patent law. Therefore, it is necessary to submit an application for invention patents according to law. The review committee allowed time to review and grant the patent as a prayer. 16 1362605 • '100.40. Μ 1 day positive replacement page [Simplified illustration] Figure 1 is a schematic diagram of an embodiment of the inertial sensing interaction system of the present invention. • Figure 2 is a block diagram of an embodiment of the inertial sensing device of the present invention. • Figure 3 is a method for adjusting the inertial sensing range and sensitivity of the present invention. Figure 3B is a schematic diagram of the interactive flow of the inertial sensing interactive system. Figure 4A and Figure 4B show the relationship between output signal strength and time. φ Figure 5 is a schematic flow chart of the second embodiment of the method for adjusting the inertial sensing range and sensitivity of the present invention. Figure 6A and Figure 6B are schematic diagrams of the output signal and the threshold value. Fig. 7A is a schematic view showing a third embodiment of the method for adjusting the inertial sensing range and sensitivity of the present invention. Fig. 7B is a schematic view showing a fourth embodiment of the method for adjusting the inertia sensing range and sensitivity of the present invention. Figure 8 is a block diagram of an adjustment inertial sensing interaction device to which the present invention is applied. [Main component symbol description] 2-Inertial sensing interactive system 20- Interactive platform 200- Multimedia host 201- Multimedia display unit 21- Inertial sensing device 17 1362605 yyj strip replacement page 210-Inertial sensing module 211- Switching unit 212- Microcontroller 213- Transmission and Reception Module 3 - Method of Adjusting Inertia Sensing Range and Sensitivity 30~34-Steps 330~333-Steps

4 - Method for adjusting inertial sensing range and sensitivity 44~46-Step 5 - Method for adjusting inertial sensing range and sensitivity 50~55-Step 6- Method for adjusting inertial sensing range and sensitivity 60-67-Step 7- Inertial sensing interactive motion device 70-switching unit

71- Microcontroller 72- Inertial Sensing Module 73- Motion Module 8-User 90, 93-Determining Threshold Value 91, 92_Output Signal Curve

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Buddy 1/Day Amendment, Sheep Month Replacement 1, Patent Application Range: A method of adjusting the inertial sensing range and sensitivity, which includes the steps of: π has the next offer-interaction level... the interactive MW media is on the line, The utility model has a multimedia host and a multimedia display unit; the inertial sensing device is provided with a microcontroller and a plurality of sensing ranges, and the inertial sensing device is provided to a user, and the The inertial sensing device can communicate with the interactive platform; D is determined by the microcontroller whether there is a switching signal; if the micro control H has a reduced switching signal, the controller will read and change the sense of the inertial sensing device a control code for measuring range and sensitivity; the microcontroller selects a sensing range and sensitivity of the inertial sensing device according to the control code; " detecting, by the inertial sensing device, the motion of the user to generate at least one sense of inertia Measuring the parameter; and processing, by the microcontroller, the at least one inertial sensing parameter to form a corresponding one of the output signals. The method for determining the range and sensitivity of the inertia system according to claim 1 further includes the following steps: if the micro control receives the switching signal, the microcontroller issues a signal to the multimedia. The host, and the receiving by the media host and adjusting according to the adjustment signal, the 605 year, the month, the day, the replacement page, the message is used to determine the relationship between the output signal and the threshold. Relationships to produce corresponding results. 3. The method for adjusting inertia sense and sensitive production as described in claim 2, wherein the switching signal is selectable by the interactive platform. • Adjusting the inertial sensing range* sensitive as described in claim 1, wherein the inertial sense (4) has a switching unit, and the cutting signal can be selected by the (10) unit, wherein the switching unit is The disk-^ is exchanged for electrical connection, and the switching component can serve as a communication interface between the user and the switching element, which can be selected as one of a button, a switch, a scroll wheel and a touch panel. 5. A method for adjusting inertial sensing range and sensitivity, which is a package step: an interactive platform, which is a multimedia game machine, which has a multimedia host and a multimedia display unit; Measuring device, the inertial sensing device has a microcontroller and at least one sensing range, the inertial sensing device is: placed-user, the city inertial phase device can (4) communicate with each other; by the inertial sensing device The user's action is measured by an inertial sensing parameter; ^ the microcontroller determines whether there is a switching signal; and the receiving the switching signal 'is based on the proportional adjustment; the second inertial sensing parameter produces the output News 20 π L #·月日铬,不_=4 : : ΐ 5::=: Inertial sensing range and sensitivity by: medium = host receives and adjusts the relationship between the decision and the door according to the adjustment signal To produce a corresponding result. The method of kissing the inertial sensing range and sensitivity is as described in the application. 8. If the application is selected, it can be selected by the interactive platform. The method of adjusting the inertial sensing range and the sensitivity of the ΦΦ (10) is optional. The τ sensing device has a switching unit, and the switching switching component is electrically connected, wherein the switching unit is connected to a button, ^ = _ The replacement component's selection can be selected by pressing the 9·OFF V wheel and one of the touch panels. An inertial sensing interaction system, comprising: two: the interactive platform is a multimedia game machine, which has a body host and a multimedia display unit; and a: sex: measuring device, the inertial sensing set is set, And the inertial sensing device is further configured to: the mutual inertial sensing device: the system has at least one switching unit that generates a first switching signal; And 21 1362605 10. 11. 12. 13. 14. 15. - The year-and-month date is replacing the page-microcontroller, which is coupled to the inertial sensing module and the switching unit, the microcontroller can The at least one inertial sensing parameter is processed to generate an output signal, and the inertial sensing range and sensitivity can be adjusted according to the first switching signal. For example, the inertial sensing interaction system described in claim 9 may further generate a second switching signal, so that the microcontroller can adjust the inertial sensing range and sensitivity according to the second switching signal. For example, the inertial sensing interactive system described in claim 9 can be selected as one of a multimedia interactive device, a computer, and a home appliance product. The inertial sensing interaction system described in claim 9 of the patent, wherein the compensation sensor can be selected as one of a gyroscope and an acceleration sensor, as described in claim 9 The inertial sensing interaction system, wherein: the early 70 is evenly connected with a switching component, which can be selected as one of a button, a switch, a scroll wheel and a touch panel. For example, the inertial sensing interaction system described in claim 9 of the patent, wherein the communication mode between the speech and the inertial sensing device can be selected as one of wired communication and wireless communication. ^ Patent application of the inertial sensing interaction system described in Item 14, wherein the communication system can be selected as the inertial interaction line described in Item No. 14 of the 32, USB and Ethernet. Wherein, ', (the system can choose to be Bluetooth, wireless radio frequency communication, and GSM, which is the same as the inertial sensing mutual (4) system described in the 9th item of the patent. The inertial sensing interaction system described in claim 17 can be generated according to the first-switching signal, wherein the inertial sensing interaction system described in claim 17 further includes an adjustment gate, and the interactive platform can be based on the adjustment signal.旒The size of the adjustment threshold is adjusted. The inertial sensing mutual (four) system described in claim 9 has a plurality of sensing ranges, and the inertial sensing range and sensitivity are adjusted as the rib switching unit. Select the sensing range of the appropriate #. 9 _ ❹彳 ❹彳 ❹彳 interaction, where the sensing range and sensitivity are, the microcontroller according to the size of the round of the signal. 21. - Inertial sensing interactive motion device Including: a motion module And the inertial sensing device is disposed in a user, and the (four) device is in communication with the module. The inertial sensing device further includes: - an inertial sensing module Having at least an inertial sensor to sense the motion of the user to generate at least one inertial sensing parameter; a switching unit that can generate a first switching signal; and a micro-control state, Connected to the inertial sensing module and the switching unit, the microcontroller can process the at least one inertial sensing parameter to generate an output signal, and can be based on the first cut 23 1362605. #拖苜换换号 to adjust the inertial sensing range and sensitivity. 22. The inertial sensing interaction device according to claim 21, wherein the motion module can be a pedometer or a hula hoop 23. The inertial sensing interactive motion device of claim 21, wherein the 'mussel sexy sensor system can be selected as one of a gyroscope and an acceleration sensing cry.
    24. The inertial sensing interactive motion device of claim 2, wherein the switching unit is further coupled to a switching element, which is selectable as one of a button, a switch, a scroll wheel, and a touch panel. 25. The inertial sensing interactive motion device of claim 21, wherein the microcontroller further generates an adjustment signal according to the first switching signal. 26. The inertial sensing interactive motion device according to claim 21, wherein the motion module has a value of -g, and the motion module can adjust the threshold value according to the adjustment signal. . 27. The inertial sensing interactive motion device as described in claim 21, shoulder
    The inertial sensing H has more money __ circumference = surrounding the recording of the Laicheng unit to the appropriate sense i hungry: the inertial sensing interactive motion device described in claim 21. System rfii life ~ " / drink dry circumference, and adjust the inertial shoulder "dry I is sensitive to the size of the microcontroller root signal.丨正忒彻 a 24 1362605 1# 2 positive replacement I
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