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WO2013017914A1
WO2013017914A1 PCT/IB2011/053433 IB2011053433W WO2013017914A1 WO 2013017914 A1 WO2013017914 A1 WO 2013017914A1 IB 2011053433 W IB2011053433 W IB 2011053433W WO 2013017914 A1 WO2013017914 A1 WO 2013017914A1
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    • GPHYSICS
    • G09EDUCATION; CRYPTOGRAPHY; DISPLAY; ADVERTISING; SEALS
    • G09BEDUCATIONAL OR DEMONSTRATION APPLIANCES; APPLIANCES FOR TEACHING, OR COMMUNICATING WITH, THE BLIND, DEAF OR MUTE; MODELS; PLANETARIA; GLOBES; MAPS; DIAGRAMS
    • G09B5/00Electrically-operated educational appliances
    • G09B5/06Electrically-operated educational appliances with both visual and audible presentation of the material to be studied
    • G09B5/062Combinations of audio and printed presentations, e.g. magnetically striped cards, talking books, magnetic tapes with printed texts thereon
    • BPERFORMING OPERATIONS; TRANSPORTING
    • B42BOOKBINDING; ALBUMS; FILES; SPECIAL PRINTED MATTER
    • B42DBOOKS; BOOK COVERS; LOOSE LEAVES; PRINTED MATTER CHARACTERISED BY IDENTIFICATION OR SECURITY FEATURES; PRINTED MATTER OF SPECIAL FORMAT OR STYLE NOT OTHERWISE PROVIDED FOR; DEVICES FOR USE THEREWITH AND NOT OTHERWISE PROVIDED FOR; MOVABLE-STRIP WRITING OR READING APPARATUS
    • B42D3/00Book covers
    • B42D3/12Book covers combined with other articles
    • B42D3/123Book covers combined with other articles incorporating sound producing or light emitting means or carrying sound records
    • BPERFORMING OPERATIONS; TRANSPORTING
    • B42BOOKBINDING; ALBUMS; FILES; SPECIAL PRINTED MATTER
    • B42DBOOKS; BOOK COVERS; LOOSE LEAVES; PRINTED MATTER CHARACTERISED BY IDENTIFICATION OR SECURITY FEATURES; PRINTED MATTER OF SPECIAL FORMAT OR STYLE NOT OTHERWISE PROVIDED FOR; DEVICES FOR USE THEREWITH AND NOT OTHERWISE PROVIDED FOR; MOVABLE-STRIP WRITING OR READING APPARATUS
    • B42D3/00Book covers
    • B42D3/18Other accessories
    • GPHYSICS
    • G09EDUCATION; CRYPTOGRAPHY; DISPLAY; ADVERTISING; SEALS
    • G09BEDUCATIONAL OR DEMONSTRATION APPLIANCES; APPLIANCES FOR TEACHING, OR COMMUNICATING WITH, THE BLIND, DEAF OR MUTE; MODELS; PLANETARIA; GLOBES; MAPS; DIAGRAMS
    • G09B5/00Electrically-operated educational appliances
    • G09B5/06Electrically-operated educational appliances with both visual and audible presentation of the material to be studied

Abstract

The invention relates to a multimedia accompaniment add-on for books, provided with digital content published by a manufacturer/distributor stored in the main memory and digital content that can be customised via the USB port in order to accompany a book. Said add-on is associated with the accompanying book without involving other viewing and listening devices. The add-on makes the book and the content thereof interactive and customisable, and enables same to communicate with the Internet service networks. The add-on can be used for viewing content via a permanently visible built-in reading screen, as well as for listening to content via a speaker, which is also built-in. The add-on provides the option of communicating with other devices via a USB port, as well as the option of interacting with and updating the content via the control buttons, while remaining portable and stand-alone with an internal rechargeable battery. A secondary aim of the present invention is to ensure, in an enhanced mode, total connectivity with area networks (LAN and WAN) and to provide the intelligence required to offer advanced applications which that raise the add-on to the same level as cognitive tools for educational and/or recreational purposes.

Description

I. DESCRIPTION

References LA-

IA1- Cross-reference to the invention

The device of the present invention requires the appropriate and relevant contributions of the following patents, as part of their contexts of use and various industrial applications:

Patent Application BT 12-1 0903021 (Postcard Digital Display, CPNE), Claude Maidenberg), 21-03-2009.

In the context of this patent, the appropriate and relevant contributions of previous patent, relate mainly but not limited to:

- the base model of invention

- variants of the invention

- the embodiments of the invention.

IA2- References to mention about the invention:

US006712701B1, Electronic book, interactive wagering System 2004.

US004308017, Electronic learning aid with picture Book, 1981.

US005392387A, Method and System for enhanced data access efficiency in a electronic book 1995.

US005463725A, Data processing System graphical user interface qui emulates printed material 1995.

US005475398, US005485176, US005534888, US005663748, US005697793, US005734891, US005761485, US005774109, US005847698,

IB indicating the technical field of the invention

The present invention, the "Book-Screen" provides a "Media Support Additive for Books" AAML. This Aditif has a "electronic module" of a "central memory" of "USB", a "Rechargeable Battery" a "Display Screen" with a "speaker flat "built with the ability to view and listen, and" Command buttons "with the ability to interact and customize digital multimedia content associated with the accompanying book. Wholly without display and listening devices such as TVs, computers, mobile digital devices, etc. the mobile device and remaining independent from its internal rechargeable battery. The device also serves as the storage medium in the same way that interaction, viewing and listening to his multimedia digital content. Therefore its content can be updated through the USB port to better serve its book reader accompany or be dismantled and reassembled on a new book to accompany it.

IC indication of the state of the prior art showing the technical problem

Appearance of the paper book:

The Arabs were the first to produce paper books enjoying their techniques of manufacturing paper imported from China in the 8th century. They have revolutionized the production of the book and its binding in the medieval world 1.

The methods used for printing and bookbinding remains basically unchanged since the 15th century until the early 20th century.

With digital convergence in the telecommunications sector and the advent of digital books of all kinds, we are witnessing a significant transformation of our society called "Information Society" 2. One parallel that could be formed with other periods of history, such as during the Enlightenment (and the nineteenth century), periods when the development of the press has played a vital role in the upheaval of society, or, going further back, during the Renaissance, when the development of the printing press contributed greatly to social changes. Despite the legitimacy of this parallel, the total restructuring of our time performed by the new information and communications technology (ICT) make unique elements of this parallel. To this day the books have guards their success because their friendly use our culture is printed.

Ebook

In early-digital books were produced for specialty areas and a limited audience, meant to be read only by small interest groups and devoted. Many formats emerged and proliferated, some supported by software vendors

The digital and multimedia content support:

Since the advent of personal computers and later for mobile digital devices such as mobile phone, PDA, camera etc., data storage media the

1 Al-Hassani, Woodcock and Saoud, "1001 Inventions Muslim Heritage in Our World" FSTC Publishing, 2006, reprinted 2007, pp.218-219.

2 Information Society, this term refers to a state of society in which information technologies play a fundamental role. accompanied. First the converted audio cassettes given support and different types of disks and today CDs, DVDs and especially the external memory modules such as memory "FLASH", "SD-MEMORY" etc. 2. The problem raised in the context of this patent relates to today's electronic communication networks who still can not carry a significant volume of multimedia content as well as with a CD or DVD. They are content for the moment to pass just small volume voice messages, pictures low resolution, short videos and lower resolutions, SMS, MM S etc.

A new culture based on the interaction with Digital Data: We are now using more digital devices for our private data and / or shared our old photos, letters, postcard etc. Photos and digital messages are acquired by our digital cameras and / or our mobile phones and exchanged on our computers at home and / or office. Outside it is through these mobile phones that trade is. To view the digital images outside our cameras and our mobile phones or must print them and place them in old frames, paintings, albums, folders, or stick them on the walls and windows, either displayed on the display screens of computers or mobile digital device (PDA). To overcome the static character of these printed and made binding computers and PDAs, digital frames of large and small screens or not fitted with speakers taking more and more share in our daily consumption of our images / messages. Professionals use in their commercial display screens with a digital device (in almost all cases a computer) or a TV connected to specific networks. There are parallel digital frames more or less cheap (even in the form of digital keychain) within reach of the general public. These devices allow us to view and listen to multimedia digital content stored on their own memory and / or external media that can be read by these devices

Digital convergence and books:

In recent decades, we have witnessed a great digital convergence that merges constantly the fields of computers, personal organizers, telephone communication, music, photography, video, television, computer games etc. By force of this convergence, our personal data and devices on also merge to be available anywhere, anytime. The natives of this convergence era can no longer afford to take pictures conventionally, on film or color media, because not only the use of the traditional media are not immediate as their digital equivalent, but they also require the intervention of professionals to develop the negatives and draw pictures on paper with a delay of more significant. More brackets, negative, and remain static properties, it may not change, re-fire at will or conveying them through the digital media. The same types of problems arise using the old media of music and video. Indeed these supports are not suitable to be converted and loaded on multiple devices to be used in different contexts by appropriate devices. They have daily use of digital convergence products.

Today in particular the new products / content / digital services following the strong market trend and become ubiquitous. In this context, devices and applications, must become increasingly flexible omni worth mobile and easy to use. This huge push digital convergence, forced increasingly with digital cameras to meet the requirements of consumers vis-à-vis their current lifestyle. This means Receiving, Handling, Editing, Interact, transmit the contents public and / or private at all times and in all places. It is now difficult for us to provide a snapshot of all of these devices and their associated services to depict this situation, however, for a non-exhaustive example we can cite the products more or less affected by the problems cited:

• Type Digital Postcards EIC FR2889823 to carry all the wealth of digital media by the postal carrier

Players to listen / see K7 / CD / DVD mobility

Digital Cameras

Ipod / mp3 / listen / view music and photo & video mobility

PDA / organizer to store and process personal data mobility

Mobile Phone, Smartphone Iphone, Blackberry

GPS to position geographically

Mobile Console games

terrestrial mobile digital TV receiver TNT

Ultra Mobile PC history and the dynamism of this extremely swift evolution, demonstrates and confirms the constraints and requirements of today vis-à-vis the products / devices / digital convergence of services:

Mobility Multi-functionality, Interoperability, Multi format, multi connectivity and extremely strong interactivity.

The counterpart of that fundamental change is felt early on through social criticism, economic and philosophical of our contemporaries. This is the price to pay for progress. These ICT thus changing deeply and daily life of citizens, business operations and the state. This results in new mental and social representations widely discussed today (Castells 3, 1998-1999). Today, with the wealth of information and cognitive overload, work on the interfaces of electronic / digital devices taking their place next to the market research and marketing investments. These efforts are being made to open up access to these new products / content / digital services to the public. Indeed to conquer this huge market, we must achieve overcome the reluctance of consumers to the best-known products under the name "syndrome VCR 4".

Experiments show that most readers are lost in the electronic texts, because they lack comprehensive information. As a result, many people print electronic texts before reading the lack of usability of devices called "Electronic Book". This strange phenomenon that was not anticipated in the past could hinder the development of electronic reading 5.

The device according to the invention contributes to adapt the contributions of digital convergence to an environment that is complex, and require constrain the field of books.

ID The objectives of the invention

To overcome these gaps and open feel of the use of convergence technologies with book readers shaped into refined by electronic gadgets, the main objective of the present invention, paper-Screen, is to provide:

3 Manuel Castells the Information Age [Book]. - Paris: Fayard, 1998-1999. - Flight. Flight. 1. The company

networks, Vol. 2. The power of identity, Vol. 3. End millennium.

4 The term "VCR syndrome" is used in this context to refer to products 'difficult' to install and operate

5 Jean Gabriel Ganascia STORY: REpresentation Cartographic and Insular texts 2004 MultiMedia Accompanying additive for Books, Digital Content provided Edited by manufacturer / distributor with main memory and Digital Content Customizable USB bus to accompany a book. Combined with the book accompanying Without the other intermediate devices viewing and listening. It makes the book and its interactive content, and customizable Connecting with Internet service networks.

The main objective of AAML consists of:

• "Viewing" content with "Screen foldable table" visible at all times and read the "Main Memory" and "Processor Main".

· With a "PA" with "flat speaker Incorporated".

• providing the ability to communicate with other devices through a port (socket) connected to the "USB bus"

• offering the possibility of "interaction" with the content via the "" Command buttons "and

· While keeping its "Mobility and energy independence" through its "Internal Rechargeable Battery".

The secondary objective of the present invention is to ensure the "Storage & Management & Customization" of the edited data and / or personal thanks to the "USB bus," "Control Buttons" and "Main Memory".

A third objective of the present invention is "Real time Acquire personal data" type of picture & video from an "incorporated Camera" and the music, the sound, the sound effects with a "built-in microphone" and / or " connector "headphone / input. Yet another objective of the AAML is to ensure the "connectivity" with expanded Internet communication networks. The connectivity of the present invention, in the original mode, in the "Reception & Transmission" Passive way of data through the port of "USB bus," and "Bluetooth module" and network "© Piconet".

In modes extended this "connectivity" is ensured as "Passive and Active in local and / or extended network" (LAN) & (WAN) through "Intelligent Unit" and "USB Host Controller". The standards used for this connectivity are "WiFi & 3G & GPS" Via the "USB Bus Active" and the corresponding external USB modules. Yet another object of the present invention is the "Personalization and Interaction 'personal data, edited and received / transmitted in an" Active, LAN and / or widened "(LAN) and / or (WAN), through" Intelligent unit "and" USB Host Controller ". "Customizing" in an "Active" lies in "Processing & Editing" data through "Intelligent Unit". The standards used for customization and interaction are "WiFi & 3G & GPS" Via the "USB Bus Active" and the corresponding external USB modules.

LE- The disclosure of the invention

The above-described objectives are achieved by the device according to the invention follows from book-Screen has as its main feature, three parts:

1. a "Flip Cover" (VR) having a front and a back with a self-adhesive strip.

2. a "Digital Module" (MN) having substantially all the electronic and digital modules of the device, ensuring the characteristics features of the invention.

3. "Cale Sandpaper Matrix" (MAC) enabling the device to be housed properly, wrapping the book Back Cover.

Folding Shutter (VR):

II serves as the support screen to foldable web (MN-E) and the device controls Internal (MN-B) with a part acting as a "cover Quarter". It is also composed of a band Sandpaper (VR-A), a portion allowing the (VR) to fall back on the self-adhesive matrix Cale (CMA) named Plies Lowering the flap (VR-P). THE self-adhesive part (RV-A) used to fix the (VR) outside the flat back of the book.

Digital Module (MN):

It comprises electronic / digital part of the device it consists of the following parts:

• the PCB (MN-C), the support of the electronic modules of the device and the web of the screen (MN-E).

• the Main Processor (MN-P1) integrated into the (MN-C)

• the Main Memory (MN-M) integrated in the (MN-C)

• the foldable sheet monitor (MN-E) welded to the web (MN-C) • speakerphone Flat (MN-H) connected to (MN-C) by its own connection (MN-F)

• the Passive USB Controller Bus (MN-U 1) integrated into (MN-C)

• the control buttons (MN-B) connected to the (MN-C) by its own connection (MN-F)

• the rechargeable battery (MN-I) attached to (MN-C)

• Application system and basic applications (MN-APBS)

• Cache Printed Circuit (MN-G) attached to the top of the (MN-C) to protect it.

The Digital Module (MN) include in its extended modes, the following additional modules:

• Module Acquisition of Image and Sound (MN-A) to process and manage the data entered by the acquisition modules, camera (MN-V) and microphone (MN-S).

• the embedded camera (MN-V) for the acquisition of personal images in real time.

• the built-in microphone (MN-S) for the acquisition of its staff in real time.

• Bluetooth Module (MN-T) for connecting the device to the network Piconet ©

• the intelligent unit (MN-P2) for a power calculated for extended to provide users of ranges Applications (MN-APES) of the device

• USB Host Controller (MN-U2) for expanded connectivity with extended networks (LAN) & (WAN) such as the Internet, using standard "WiFi & 3G & GPS" Via the "Bus Active USB" and corresponding external USB modules.

• The Extended Applications (MN-EPAS) in Connectivities ranges and Personalization, treatment and management of digital content.

Cale Sandpaper Matrix (CMA)

It is a thick portion allowing Module (MN) to accommodate and fit the screen (MN-E), the speaker (MN-H) and buttons (MN-B) as the (VR) is flap thereon.

It is composed of :

• a body (CMA)

• a housing for Honeycomb (MN) and (MN-E), appointed (CMA-A)

• a protective cavity for (MN-H); appointed (CMA-H)

• a protective cavity for (MN-B); appointed (MAC-B)

• a Back Sticker (CMA-V) IF- The presentation of the various figures constituting the drawings

Figure N ° 01:

This figure shows the general appearance of screen-Book installed on a normal book with these own namely the Gaza Sandpaper (VR-A) Component Flip (VR) and Back Sticker (MAC-V) Matrix Cale Sandpaper (CMA) and their details.

Figure No. 02:

This figure shows the two parts of the invention that envelop the flat back of the book; The Folding Pane (VR) and the Self-Adhesive Matrix Cale (CMA) and their details. The parties on the original mode are drawn in continuous cloths (VR-A, VR-B, VR-E, VR-H, VR-P and CMA-A, CMA-B, MAC-H, CMA-V) and those for extended modes in dotted linen (VR-V, VR-S-V and CMA, CMA-S). Figure N ° 03:

This figure represents the Digital Module and modules in original mode and future modules that rajouteront them in extended mode. The parties on the original mode are drawn in continuous machines and those for extended modes in dotted linens. Figure N ° 04:

This figure shows the Block Diagram of the device in the original mode and extended modes. The parties on the original mode are drawn in continuous machines and those for extended modes in dotted linens.

The IG-detailed discussion of the embodiment of the invention

Original Mode:

In the original mode Paper-screen consists of 3 parts described as follows:

The hinged flap (VR ^ original mode comprises a semi-rigid plastic material in order to contain and fix by a permanent adhesive or a similar material, the loudspeaker (MN-H) in the slot provided for this purpose (VR-H), Screen (MN-E) are provided in location (VR-E) and the location (VR-B) for the buttons (NM-B).

It is provided with a folding box named Plies Folding (VR-P) provided to enable the (VR) to correctly back on the wedge (CMA) taking into account the thickness thereof. Part (VR-P) is strong enough to withstand the one device handling very large number of times.

It also includes a Self-Adhesive Tape (RV-A) that allows it to attach the device to the outside back cover of the accompanying book. The width of this band (VR-A) is calculated such that it equal to the minimum width of the alveolus of the wedge (CMA-A). This measure is taken to protect the flat back of the book against the possible deterioration of the back cover because of the pressure module (MN).

The digital module (MN) in the original mode comprises a Printed Circuit (MN-C), which contains all the electronic modules of the device, fixed rechargeable battery (MN-I) on its surface and is connected by welding the ply to the screen (MN-E). It also includes two other connections. A connection connecting the control buttons (MN-B) to (MN) and a second connecting it to the speaker (MN-H). It consists in the original mode:

• a Main Processor (MN-P1) to treat and manipulate digital content · A Main Memory (MN-M) for storing digital content

• a foldable sheet monitor (MN-E) for digital content viewing

• a flat speaker Incorporated (MN-H) for distribution of digital content sounds

• a Passive USB Controller Bus (MN-U1) for the main communication port

• control buttons (MN-B) for) user interaction · an internal rechargeable battery (MN-I) for power source of the device

• Applying a system and Databases Applications (MN-APBS) to offer users basic functionality in original mode

The Digital Module (MN) provides the following features original mode:

· Interaction (view, forward, reverse, etc.) of digital content in line with the contents of the accompanying book through Control buttons (MN-B)

• the storage, processing and viewing / broadcasting (sound) digital content in Main Memory (MN-M) by the Main Processor (MN-P1) on the screen (MN-E) and the Speaker ( MN-H). • updating, managing and adding personal content to the device contents edited by the user via the active devices like computer, PDA, etc., via the USB bus (MN-U1) on (MN- M).

• provide mobility and independence to the device, thanks to the rechargeable battery (MN-I). Cale Sandpaper Matrix (CMA ") with original mode consists of a body (CMA) and slightly spongy material as industrial foam or similar material. It contains in line with the (VR) a housing Honeycomb, named (CMA -A) to fit the pCB (MN-C) Digital Module (MN) and protect the Cache (MN-G). by folding the flap (VR) on Cale (CMA), the Honeycomb (CMA- a) also receives and accommodates the screen (MN-E). it has a protective cavity (CMA-H) for the loudspeaker (MN-H) at the time of folding the flap (VR). it also has a cavity protective (MAC-B) for the buttons (MN-B) always at the time of folding the flap (VR). the wedge (CMA) is provided with a Back Sticker (CMA-V) for securing the device within the back plate of the accompanying book.

The Stretched options:

In modes extended the Book-screen is composed of the same three parts described previously, however some changes are needed to ensure the new structures and features offered:

The Folding Pane (VR) in extended mode includes two more new locations. The primer named (VR-V), receives the embedded camera (MN-V) and the second named (VR-S) receives the built-in microphone (MN-S).

The Digital Module (MN) in extended mode additionally includes:

• a module Acquisition of Image and Sound (MN-A) to process and manage the data entered by the acquisition modules, camera (MN-V) and microphone (MN-S). This module works directly with the Main Processor (MN-P1) via the internal bus of the device to access the Main Memory (MN-M).

• an incorporated camera (MN-V) for the acquisition of personal images in real time connected to (MN-C) by its own connection (MN-F) and controlled by the buttons (MN-B). the images from the camera (MN-V) are processed by the

Acquisition Module (MN-A) and sent to the main processor (MN-P1) to be stored in main memory (MN-H). The main processor (MN-P1) for interacting and managing these images (still and / or video) stored in memory (MN-H). • a built-in microphone (MN-S) for the acquisition of sound in real time connected to the personal (MN-C) by its own connection (MN-F). the sound content input by this module is also sent to the main processor (MN-Pl) to be stored in main memory (MN-H). the Main Processor (MN-Pl) can interact and manage these sound content (voice and / or music) stored in memory (MN-M).

• Bluetooth Module (MN-T) for connecting the device to the network Piconet © integrated in (MN-C). This module is connected directly to the Main Processor (MN-Pl) to transmit data and take him. The processor (MN-Pl) manages the advanced features of this module are and provides access to the Main Memory (MN-M).

• USB Host Controller (MN-U2) for expanded connectivity with extended networks (LAN) & (WAN) such as the Internet, using standard "WiFi & 3G & GPS" Via the "Bus Active USB" and corresponding external USB modules.

• an intelligent unit (MN-P2) provided with a power scope calculates goes in parallel with the main processor (MN-Pl) or replaced in order to execute the programs specifically designed for this Unit Intelligent (MN-P2) . It is necessary to qualify for extended connections of the device and thus provide users with Extended Applications (MN-EPAS) of the device

• the Extended Applications (MN-EPAS) in Connectivities scopes to allow users a better management, personalization, interaction of digital content of the device in line with the contents of the accompanying book and the services offered for this purpose on the Internet.

These applications (MN-EPAS) for a non-exhaustive example are of type:

· Acquire real-time personal data by a camera Incorporated (MN-V) and Built-in Microphone (MN-S) to form a set of personal data and edited (original) as photo, video, music, sound message, sound effects, text, picture etc.

• Interoperability with other digital reception / transmission of data and passively LAN through USB (MN-U1) and the network

© Piconet Bluetooth by the Bluetooth Module (MN-T). This interoperability enables users to book-Screen to connect together and exchange data locally. The device content personalization will make this much richer exchange.

• Internet browsing and connect to online services in line with the contents of the accompanying book published and enrich the content of the device

· Various games often in line with the content of locally accompanying book (without Internet connection) or online.

• connectivity with extended networks in reception / transmission in 3G & GPS for mobility and full interactivity of the device and its accompanying book.

• cognitive tools to educational and / or recreational purposes.

Calcd self-adhesive matrix (GVLV) in the extended modes further comprises two new Asset cavities. The named primere (MAC-V) is made to house and protect the built-in camera (MN-V) and the second named (MAC-S), is made to house and protect the built-in microphone (MN-S).

HI- indication of how the invention is susceptible of industrial application

The device invention in its original mode is primarily intended as a non-exhaustive example to accompany the books made for children as story books and educational books or novels speaking with a background that encourages the abandoned its reader passive role.

Indeed enriching the content of those books for digital content and interactivity made reading, his highly sought after in these areas

The device in these extended modes is particularly intended for dictionaries learning books encyclopedias whose extended and enhanced connectivity customization and finally the specific applications the demand.

Cognitive aids such as mapping of the book index, keywords or advanced search the contents of the accompanying book are just some glimpses of opportunities for publishing professionals and individuals by the device extended mode.

Claims

Π. CLAIMS
1 - Device accompanying books for viewing, listening, interaction, communication, digital content storage medium in the form of a cover sticker quarter characterized in that it comprises:
• a Flip Cover with a front and a back with a band sticker allowing the device to be attached to the outside of the dish accompanying book back
• a Digital Module with almost all electronic modules and functionality of the device with:
• a Main Processor
• a Main Memory
• foldable table Display
• a speaker Flat
• USB Controller
• Ordering Buttons
• Rechargeable Battery a
• a system application and database applications
•hiding place
• Self-Adhesive Matrix a wedge enabling the device to fit properly inside the book by binding to the inside of the flat back of the book.
2 - Device according to claim 1, characterized in that said foldable flap acting as a quarter of a cover, and specific locations for supporting parts of said digital module and also comprises a strip Sandpaper allowing said shutter Flip to fall back on said Cale Sandpaper Matrix. It also includes Sandpaper of said strip for securing said foldable flap outside the back cover of said book accompanying.
3 - Device according to claim 1, characterized in that said Digital Module is composed of a support of printed circuit board containing the said components some of which (said collapsible web screen, said flat speaker and said control buttons extend said circuit printed to fit within said specific locations of said Component Flip. It also posède a cover for protecting said digital module.
4 - Device according to claim 1, characterized in that said matrix Sandpaper Calcd for securing the interior device includes a body for the support and protection with a housing recess to said digital module and said display foldable web, a cavity protective for said speaker, another protective cavity for said control buttons. It also has a Back Sticker to secure the device inside said cover of the book accompanying back.
5 - Device according to claims 2, 3 and 4 characterized in that said digital module can be extended by the following modules:
oun Module Acquisition of Image and Sound
oune incorporated Camera
oun Internal microphone
Goose Bluetooth Module
oun USB Host Controller
oun Unit Intelligent
odes Applications Extended
6 - Device according to Claims 4 and any one of the preceding claims, characterized in that said shutter comprises two additional Folding specific locations in the extended mode for supporting said built camera and said microphone.
7 - Device according to Claims 4 and any one of the preceding claims, characterized in that said wedge has two cavities Matrix Sandpaper protections
Additional extended mode for the support and protection of said built and incorporated said microphone Camera.
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