WO2015172353A1 - Smart wearable device having adjustable light emitting array - Google Patents

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WO2015172353A1
WO2015172353A1 PCT/CN2014/077553 CN2014077553W WO2015172353A1 WO 2015172353 A1 WO2015172353 A1 WO 2015172353A1 CN 2014077553 W CN2014077553 W CN 2014077553W WO 2015172353 A1 WO2015172353 A1 WO 2015172353A1
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A smart wearable device (100, 200) having an adjustable light emitting lamp set; the wearable device (100, 200) comprises a housing (101), a sparse light emitting array (103), a control circuit, and at least one electrical connection contact (105b); the housing (101) has a physical shape and size adapted to be worn on a human body, and comprises a first part (102b) attached to the human body and a second part (102a) exposed on the external portion of the human body; the sparse light emitting array (103) comprises a plurality of light emitting light sources arranged at intervals; the light emitting light sources are disposed on the second part (102a), and are used to emit light under the control of the wearable device (100, 200); the control circuit comprises a wireless module (204), and is used to receive an external control signal via a wireless method to control the light emission of the sparse light emitting array (103); the at least one electrical connection contact (105b) is disposed on the housing (101), and is used to provide the smart wearable device (100, 200) with a port for charging or data exchange. The smart wearable device (100, 200) is used to display customized color information via the sparse light emitting array (103), and realizes mobile phone positioning and mobile phone anti-losing functions via wireless pairing technology.

Description

 Intelligent wearable device with adjustable illumination array

 The present invention generally relates to smart wearable devices, and more particularly to a smart wearable device having an adjustable illumination array. Background technique

 At present, with the rapid development of chip integration technology, sensors and other fields and the popularity of smart phones with powerful computing functions, the concept of wearable devices has begun to be proposed and sought after. Wearable smart devices mean extending the intelligence of people. Through these devices, people can better sense the external and their own information, and can process information more efficiently with the help of computers, networks and even others, enabling a more seamless communication.

 Smart bracelets are one of the implementations of wearable smart devices. By wearing a smart bracelet and interacting wirelessly with a smartphone, users can record real-time data such as exercise, sleep and diet in daily life, and synchronize these data with smart devices to guide healthy living through data. The role. However, today's smart bracelets tend to be more focused on sports and healthy people. More functions focus on sensing the user's movements through sensors, and counting various health data, such as physical energy consumed, distance traveled, Walking steps and so on, giving a lot of advice based on the user's exercise habits and goals. This kind of smart bracelet has a single function. The main target users are middle-aged or above people who are pursuing health. It is of little use to users who do not exercise regularly. It is useful for users in time and places other than sports. The meaning is not too big, can not meet the needs of more users, especially the needs of young users.

 Therefore, there is a need for a smart bracelet with more practical functions that can provide more practicality through wearable designs to meet the needs of more users. Summary of the invention

It is an object of the present invention to provide a smart wearable device having an adjustable light-emitting light set, the wearable device comprising: a housing having a physical shape and size suitable for being worn on a human body, the housing comprising Attached to the first part of the human body and exposed to the outside of the human body a second portion; a sparse illumination array comprising a plurality of spaced-apart illumination sources disposed on the second portion for illumination under control of the wearable device; a control circuit comprising a wireless module And for receiving a control signal from the outside to wirelessly control the illumination of the sparse illumination array; and at least one electrical connection contact disposed on the housing for providing charging or data to the smart wearable device The port being exchanged.

 Preferably, the wearable device further includes a sensor disposed in the outer casing for sensing a somatosensory action when the user operates the wearable device to generate a control signal for controlling the wearable device.

 Preferably, the sensor is a gravity sensor or an acceleration sensor.

 Preferably, the sensor senses that the user taps or shakes the wearable device to a certain threshold, thereby triggering the function of the sparse illumination array to turn on display.

 Preferably, the illuminating light source is an LED.

 Preferably, the sparse illumination array is a 5 x 15 array of light sources.

 Preferably, the spacing between adjacent illuminating light sources in the sparse illuminating array ranges between 2 mm and 4 mm.

 Preferably, the shape of the illuminating light source is a circular dot shape, and the size is between 0. 7mm-l. 2mm.

 Preferably, the display time, brightness, and color of each of the light sources can be independently controlled. Preferably, a second sparse illuminating array is further included, controlled separately or in combination with the sparse illuminating array.

 Preferably, the wireless module is selected from at least one of a WiF i wireless module, a WiMax module, a WAP I module, a Bluetooth module, a near field communication module, an infrared module, an ultrasound module, a Wis s s USB module, and an RF ID module. Kind.

 Preferably, the wireless module is a Bluetooth module.

 Preferably, the wireless module is integrated in a central controller of the control circuit.

 Preferably, the wearable device is selected from at least one of a bracelet, a jewelry, an earring, a collar, an armband, a belt, a leg ring, a headband, a headwear, and a pet collar.

 Preferably, the wearable device is a wristband, and includes an outer layer on which the sparse illumination array is disposed, and an inner layer of the human wrist is attached, and the outer layer is a resin material.

 Preferably, the bracelet is a C-shaped shape or a closed annular shape that is open at one end.

 Preferably, further comprising a charging device separate from the wearable device, the charging device for accommodating and charging the wearable device or for data exchange.

Preferably, the charging device includes a base, and the base is provided with a card slot for accommodating the wearable device, and a position of the at least one electrical connection contact is disposed inside the card slot Locating a corresponding card slot contact for contacting the electrical connection contact with the card slot contact when the wearable device is placed in the card slot, thereby being wearable The device is charged or data exchanged.

 Preferably, the wearable device further includes a power supply module and an interface module for supplying power thereto, and the power supply module is charged by the interface module.

 Preferably, the external control signal is from an interface application of a mobile terminal selected from a smartphone, tablet, notebook or other mobile computing device.

 Preferably, the interface application associates at least one social network account of the user, and when the user performs a specific behavior on the social network, triggers generating a specific instruction to drive the sparse illumination array on the wearable device. The display is illuminated.

 Preferably, the incoming call reminder, the short message reminder, the email reminder or the instant message reminder set in the interface application is used to trigger the generation of a specific instruction to drive the sparse illumination array on the wearable device for display illumination.

 Preferably, the user applies a specified color through the interface, selects a color from a picture or a photo, or selects a whole picture or photo to trigger the generation of a specific instruction to drive the sparse illumination array on the wearable device to display the corresponding color. Luminous.

 Preferably, when the color point selected by the user is a mixed color of a plurality of colors, the mixed color is simulated by a picture mosaic algorithm to be a single color closest to the user's selection intention, to trigger generation of a specific instruction to drive the sparseness. The illuminating array displays the illuminance of the corresponding color.

 Preferably, when the user selects the entire picture or photo, the sparse illumination array is simulated and distributed on the selected picture or photo in the same proportion, and then respectively extracts corresponding positions of each of the illumination sources in the sparse illumination array. s color.

 According to the smart wearable device with adjustable light-emitting array according to the present invention, by providing a plurality of adjustable thinning light-emitting arrays, a user can wirelessly connect the wristband to the smart terminal, and the smart light source adjusts each light source or the entire light-emitting device. The display effect of the array, the user can change the color of the light-emitting array, control the brightness of the light-emitting array, and the like, so that the wearable wristband displays the personalized effect of the user. In addition, the status information of the smart terminal, such as important phone reminders and short message prompts, can be displayed through the light-emitting array, and functions such as mobile phone positioning and mobile phone anti-lost are realized through wireless pairing technology, which greatly enriches the wearable device. Its use makes it more widely applicable to all types of people, providing users with a personalized choice.

It is to be understood that the foregoing general descriptions DRAWINGS Further objects, features, and advantages of the present invention will be made apparent by the following description of the embodiments of the present invention.

 Figure lb schematically shows a schematic cross-sectional view of a body portion of a smart wearable device having an adjustable LED light set in accordance with an embodiment of the present invention.

 Figure 1c schematically shows a schematic diagram of a charging device associated with a smart wearable device having an adjustable LED light set in accordance with an embodiment of the present invention.

 Fig. 2 schematically shows a schematic diagram of an internal control circuit portion of a smart wearable device having an adjustable LED light set, in accordance with an embodiment of the present invention.

 Fig. 3 schematically illustrates an exemplary user graphical interface of an interface application on a mobile terminal.

 Fig. 4 shows an example of exemplarily extracting colors in a picture provided by a user for LED group display. detailed description

 The objects and functions of the present invention and methods for achieving the objects and functions will be clarified by reference to the exemplary embodiments. However, the invention is not limited to the exemplary embodiments disclosed below; it can be implemented in various forms. The essence of the description is merely to assist those skilled in the relevant art to understand the specific details of the invention.

 Hereinafter, embodiments of the present invention will be described with reference to the drawings. In the figures, the same reference numerals indicate the same or similar components, or the same or similar steps.

 The smart wearable device with an adjustable light-emitting array according to the present invention comprises a sparse light-emitting array composed of a plurality of adjustable light sources, and the user can wirelessly connect the wristband to the smart terminal, and adjust each light source through the smart terminal or Through the display effect of the entire sparse light-emitting array, the user can change the color of each light source, control the brightness of the light source, and the like, so that the wearable wristband displays the personalized effect of the user. In addition, the status information of the smart terminal, such as important telephone reminders and short message prompts, can be displayed through the sparse illumination array, and the functions of mobile phone positioning and mobile phone anti-lost are realized through the wireless pairing technology.

A wearable device according to the present invention includes a housing that is designed to have a physical shape and size suitable for being worn on a human body, the housing including a first portion for attaching a human body and a second portion exposed to an exterior of the human body. Provided on the second portion with a sparse illumination array comprising a plurality of spaced-apart illumination sources for use in the control of the wearable device Light. The wearable device according to the present invention further includes a control circuit including a wireless module for wirelessly receiving a control signal from the outside to control the illumination of the sparse illumination array.

 Figure 1a is a schematic block diagram showing the structure of a smart wearable device having an adjustable illumination array in accordance with one embodiment of the present invention. As shown in FIG. la, a smart wearable device having an adjustable illumination array is implemented in the style of a wristband 100, in accordance with an embodiment of the present invention. It will be understood by those skilled in the art that, in addition to the wristband, the wearable device according to the present invention can also be implemented as a jewelry product such as an earring, a collar, an armband, a belt, a leg ring, a headband, a headwear, etc., and for wearing a pet. Pet collars and more.

 According to an embodiment as shown in Fig. la, the wearable device according to the invention is implemented as a wristband 100. The wristband 100 has a casing 101, and the shape of the hand ring 100 preferably has a C-shaped shape with one end open, and may also be a closed annular shape. The user can wear it on the wrist to contact the inner layer 102b of the wristband 100. The wristband 100 is arranged on its outer side surface 102a with an array of a plurality of adjustable LED lamps 103, i.e., a sparse array of LEDs spaced apart from each other between the LED lamps. Since the LED lamp set of the present invention is a sparse array, each LED lamp can be independently controlled. For example, all the LED lights can be controlled to display the same color, or LED lights of different positions can be set to display different colors, or only The LED light of a specific position is selected to light the display color while the LED lights of other positions do not emit light to form a pattern. The display time, brightness and color of each LED can also be controlled independently. For example, by setting the alternate display illumination of adjacent LEDs, the display effect in the form of a marquee can be formed.

The LED lamp 103 is preferably a three-color RGB-LED, and its single shape is preferably a circular dot shape having a size of between 0.7 mm and 1.2 mm in diameter, preferably a diameter of 1 mm. Alternatively, the single LED lamp 103 may also be square in shape having a size of between 0.7 mm x 0.7 mm and 1.2 mm x 1.2 mm, preferably 1 mm x lmm. According to an embodiment of the present invention, in the array of LED lamps 103, the spacing between each LED lamp 103 and its adjacent LED lamps is equal, and is arranged on the outer layer 102a, that is, adjacent four The LED lights form the square corners of a square. The lateral or vertical spacing between adjacent LED lamps 103 ranges between 2 mm and 1⁄2 m, preferably 3.7 mm. Preferably, the number of LED lamps 103 included in the array is 5x15, wherein the number of LEDs along the wrist in the direction of the wrist is 15, and the number of LED lamps in the other direction orthogonal to the direction is five. Those skilled in the art will appreciate that other arrays of LED lamps 103 can also be used. When selecting the number of LED lamps included in the array of LED lamps 103, the energy consumption, heat generation, and shape of the flexible circuit (FPC) can be comprehensively considered. The internal control circuit and the degree of fit of the wristband 100 are selected.

 The shape of the bracelet 100, the number of LEDs, and the arrangement of the LEDs shown in Figure la are merely illustrative, and those skilled in the art will appreciate that there are a variety of arrangements. The lamp group preferably uses an LED light source, and other semiconductor light source can also be used.

 In accordance with another embodiment of the present invention, an array of another set of LED lamps 104 may alternatively be disposed on the side 104 where the outer layer 102a of the bracelet 100 and the inner layer 102b overlap. The size and shape of the LED lamp 104 may be the same as or different from the size and shape of the LED lamp 103. It can be controlled in conjunction with the LED lamp 103 or separately.

 According to an embodiment of the invention, at least one electrical connection contact 105b is provided at the interface of the outer layer 102a and the inner layer 102b of the wristband 100, the electrical connection contact 105b preferably being wirelessly charged and will be The charging device described with reference to Figure lc cooperates to charge or exchange data for the wristband 100. Preferably, as shown in Figure la, the wristband 100 has four electrical contact points. The position of the electrical connection contacts 105b can be arranged according to the distribution of the other set of LED lamps 105a, preferably at equally spaced intervals as shown in Figure la. Alternatively, you can also center on one side of the interface. According to another embodiment, another set of LED lamps 105a may be replaced by a dot-like decorative sheet that matches the shape, size or color of the electrical connection contacts 105b for cost considerations and control needs.

 Fig. 1b is a schematic cross-sectional view showing the main body portion of the wristband-style smart wearable device shown in Fig. la. As shown in FIG. 1b, a plurality of LED lamps 103 are placed in the cavity 106 between the outer layer 102a and the inner layer 102b of the wristband 100. The outer layer 102a is preferably made of a hard material such as a resin material or a polypropylene resin. A polymer material such as a PE resin or a fragrance resin, and the outer layer 102a is preferably made of a light-transmitting polymer material because it exhibits the display effect of the LED lamp 103. More preferably, a semipermeable membrane-like resin material such as a material exhibiting a matte effect may be used. The shape of the outer layer 102a is preferably a curved shape. The inner layer 102b and the side frame between the inner layer 102b and the outer layer 102a may be made of a metal material such as an aluminum alloy, copper or the like, preferably made of a light-impermeable, lightweight material.

A plurality of LED lamps 103 and a driving circuit portion are embedded in the cavity 106. Figure lb schematically shows an embodiment with five LED lamps 103 in one direction. The drive circuit portion is preferably made of a flexible wiring board (FPC) and disposed inside the cavity 106. In accordance with a preferred embodiment of the present invention, an electrical connection contact 105b can be provided that is mounted at the interface of the outer layer 102a of the bracelet 100 and the inner layer 102b. According to another preferred embodiment of the present invention, a set of LED lamps (not shown) may be further disposed on the other side, which are embedded at the interface of the outer layer 102a of the wristband 100 and the other side of the inner layer 102b. . Figure 1 c schematically shows a schematic diagram of a charging device associated with a smart wearable device having an adjustable LED light set in accordance with an embodiment of the present invention. As shown in FIG. 1c, the charging device 120 is provided in a box shape and structure, including a base 121 for accommodating the wristband 100. A card slot 123 for accommodating the hand ring 100 is disposed in the base 121, and the shape of the card slot 123 preferably matches the shape of the hand ring 100. A card slot contact 124 corresponding to the position of the electrical connection contact 105b on the wristband 100 is disposed inside the card slot 123 to electrically connect the wristband 100 when the wristband 100 is placed in the card slot 123. The connection contact 105b is in contact with the card slot contact 124 to charge or exchange data for the wristband 100. Preferably, a positioning element (not shown) for positioning the wristband 100 to better position the electrical connection contacts 105b on the wristband 100 with the card slot contacts 124 may also be provided in the card slot 123.

 The base 121 is provided with an interface 125 for connecting the base 121 to an external power source or an external device (e.g., a smartphone) for charging or data exchange of the wristband 100. Preferably, there may be an additional charging interface 126, such as a USB interface, for connecting other peripherals to charge it.

 More preferably, the charging device 120 may further have a cover 122 for closing and protecting the base

121.

 Fig. 2 schematically shows a schematic diagram of an internal control circuit portion of a smart wearable device having an adjustable LED light set, in accordance with an embodiment of the present invention. As shown in FIG. 2, the smart wearable device 200 according to the present invention includes a central controller 201, a power supply module 202, an interface module 203, a wireless module 204, a control switch 205, an LED driver 206, and a sensor 207.

 The central controller 201 acts as the core of the entire wearable device 200, controlling the coordinated operation of the other various modules. Alternatively, central controller 201 and wireless module 204 may be separate components or may be integrated into one or more integrated circuits. In the case where the wireless module 204 has been integrated in the central controller 201, the wireless transmission function of the central controller 201 can be used without the need for an additional wireless module 204. The central controller 201 preferably uses the MTK2502 chip to integrate the wireless communication function of Bluetooth 4.0.

The central controller 201 receives control commands from the external mobile terminal 230 via the wireless module 204 using the network 220. The instructions are, for example, control commands for adjusting the LED lights. The mobile terminal 230 can be, for example, a smart phone, a tablet, a laptop, or other mobile computing device. The mobile terminal 230 includes an interface application, such as a web browser or a custom application (app), for communicating with web-enabled applications. The network 220 can be selected from at least one of WiFi, WiMax, WAPK Bluetooth, Near Field Communication (NFC), Infrared, Ultrasound, Wireless USB, Zigbee, RFID, and the like. The power supply module 202 is configured to provide a power supply function for the wearable device 200 itself when performing work. Preferably, the power supply module 202 is a built-in non-removable battery, preferably a rechargeable battery. When the power of the power supply module 202 is insufficient, the power supply module 202 can be charged by the external power supply of the interface module 203.

 The interface module 203 can be, for example, a wired four-core cable structure that provides positive and negative power paths and data signal paths, respectively. For example, a four-wire cable structure suitable for standard USB data and power transmission can be adopted, that is, two cables are used to transmit data between the wearable device 200 when it is connected to a computer or a mobile terminal, and the other two cables Used to transmit a power supply signal when the wearable device 200 is connected to a rechargeable device. According to a preferred embodiment, the wearable device 200 can be set to automatically trigger the wearable device 200 to power on when connected to the charger or mobile terminal via the interface module 203. According to another embodiment, the interface module 203 can be implemented as a wireless connection, connected by electrical contacts, such as the electrical connection contacts 105b shown in FIG.

 The wireless module 204 can assist in enabling the wearable device 200 to communicate with the mobile terminal via the wireless network. The wireless module 204 may include at least one selected from the group consisting of a WiFi wireless module, a WiMax module, a WAPI module, a Bluetooth module, a near field communication (NFC) module, an infrared module, an ultrasound module, a Wireless USB module, an RFID module, and the like. . Preferably, the wireless module 204 is a Bluetooth module that supports Bluetooth 4.0 and below communication protocols. The wireless module 204 can include a receiver and a transmitter for receiving and transmitting wireless signals from the mobile terminal. The wireless module 204 can also be designed and implemented in a manner that is compatible with the particular implementation of the communication module of the mobile terminal 230. The wireless module 204 can also periodically interact with the mobile terminal 230 to periodically receive heartbeat signals from the mobile terminal 230 to monitor the status of the mobile terminal 230, such as whether there are new incoming calls, short messages, and the like.

 The control switch 205 is used to trigger the reset function of the wearable device 200. Further preferably, the start and stop functions can also be implemented, such as the display function of the enable LED being turned on or off. The control switch 205 can be implemented, for example, in the form of a physical button disposed on the surface of the wearable device 200, such as a pinhole type reset button.

 The LED driver 206 is a drive control module of the LED lamps 103 and 105 described in FIG. 1a for adjusting the brightness, color, and illumination frequency of the LEDs 103 and 105 through control commands from the external mobile terminal 230 received by the wireless module 204. , various luminous parameters such as luminous intensity and luminous duration. Preferably, the LED driver 206 is fabricated on a flexible circuit board (FPC) to facilitate a good fit with the curved array of LED lamps arranged in the hand-loopable wearable device 200.

The sensor 207 is configured to sense a somatosensory action when the user operates the wearable device 200, The control signals are generated by sensing these actions for controlling the wearable device 200. The sensor 207 may be, for example, a motion sensor to assist in determining the movement of the wearable device 200, may be a gravity sensor to determine the acceleration motion of the wearable device 200, an angular velocity sensor (gyro) to determine the orientation of the wearable device 200, and the light sensor to achieve The wearable device 200 senses the intensity of the external light source, and the proximity sensor can be implemented to determine the proximity object sensing function of the wearable device 200, such as sensing whether an external object or human body is approaching to determine the wearable device 200, and the like.

 Preferably, the sensor 207 according to one embodiment of the present invention is a gravity sensor or an acceleration sensor for sensing a motion acceleration signal generated when a user taps the wearable device 200, thereby triggering a specific function of the wearable device 200.

 For example, when the user taps the wearable device 200 worn on the wrist with a certain force, the wearable device 200 senses an opposite force, thereby generating an acceleration motion, and triggering when the magnitude signal of the acceleration reaches a certain threshold. The wearable device 200 turns on the function of displaying the LED light, that is, the effect of lighting the bracelet to illuminate the LED light. Optionally, the function of the wireless module 204 can also be triggered to wait for the mobile terminal 230 to issue a control signal. Alternatively, the trigger signal can also be implemented by shaking the wearable device 200. Pairing of mobile terminals and wearable devices

 When the user needs to set the function of the wearable device through the mobile terminal, the wearable device needs to be paired with the mobile terminal first. Pairing is achieved by wirelessly connecting the wireless module of the wearable device with the wireless function of the mobile terminal. The opening of the wireless module of the wearable device can be turned on by the user pressing the control switch, or triggered by the sensor sensing the user's somatosensory action. For example, when the user taps the wearable device worn on the wrist with a certain strength, the wearable device generates an acceleration motion, and when the magnitude signal of the acceleration reaches a certain threshold, triggers the wearable device to turn on its wireless module. Accordingly, the user also needs to activate the wireless function corresponding to the wearable device on the mobile terminal. For example, when the wearable device uses the Bluetooth module as the wireless module, the user needs to turn on the Bluetooth function on the mobile terminal.

After the wireless communication function on the wearable device and the mobile terminal is turned on, the mobile terminal controls the wearable device through a wireless connection through its interface application, such as an app or web. The interface application searches for a wearable device that has turned on the corresponding wireless function by sending a search signal, and establishes a wireless link between the mobile terminal and the wearable device when finding a wearable device that sends a corresponding response signal. Preferably, after the wireless link is successfully established, the LED light group on the wearable device can be set to emit a specific color or blink a certain number of times to confirm that it successfully establishes the wireless link. More preferably, the interface application on the mobile terminal can also send a prompt to The user shows that the wireless link was successfully established. Basic function settings

 Fig. 3 schematically illustrates an exemplary user graphical interface of an interface application on a mobile terminal. As shown in Figure 3, the user can set various color modes such as color, light intensity, illumination time, and flicker frequency emitted by the LED group through the interface application on the mobile terminal. After the user sets a specific display color or color combination through the interface application, the mobile terminal sends it to the wearable device in a control instruction manner, and the wireless module of the wearable device receives the corresponding instruction, and the central control of the wearable device is performed. The device generates a corresponding drive control signal for the LED driver that drives the LED light group to emit a luminescent color or color combination corresponding to the command.

 The user can also set basic information of the user, such as account information, password, email address, phone book information, social network associated account information, gender, birthday, etc., on the mobile terminal, and the interface application can automatically generate some specific information by collecting basic information of the user. Control commands to control the LED light group to emit a specific color or color combination. For example, when the system time is detected to match the birthday information entered by the user, a specific command can be issued to the LED group to display a special illuminating color or color combination.

 According to an embodiment of the present invention, a user sets a user's account at a mobile terminal and associates social network account information, such as Weibo, WeChat, Facebook, Twi tt er, etc., when a user occurs on a social network. In behavior, feedback may be fed back to the mobile terminal interface application in accordance with the present invention, triggering the generation of specific instructions to drive the LED light set on the wearable device to emit a particular display light. For example, when a user posts a new message on a social networking website and receives a like ( li ke ), the user can feedback to the mobile terminal to issue a control command to the wearable device, and the wearable device generates the instruction and generates the Driving the driving signal of the LED light group, so that the LED light group displays a red heart-shaped pattern, for example, can be flashed or displayed for a certain time. In this way, users do not need to frequently view their social networks, and they can directly know the feedback of other users, enabling convenient and flexible interaction.

According to another embodiment of the present invention, after the social network account of the user is associated, data mining and data analysis may be performed on the behavior of the user on the social network, thereby extracting characteristics of the user's emotions, preferences, and the like, and triggering corresponding The control command is given to the LED light group of the wearable device to display related pattern information. For example, the user posts a text or picture message on the social network, including the words "good mood", and the mobile terminal interface application according to the present invention can collect keys such as "mood,,""good,","good", and the like. Word, based on the keyword or keyword combination analysis, to determine the emotional state of the user at this time, for example, when the user's mood is good, Then, the color pattern of the warm light color of the LED light group of the wearable device can be triggered to match the mood of the user.

 In accordance with another embodiment of the present invention, the mobile terminal application interface may also include or associate with other types of applications to trigger corresponding control commands to the LED light sets of the wearable device to display associated pattern information. For example, a weather forecast service program that displays the weather of the day may be associated, and the weather conditions may be displayed in a specific color pattern combination on the LED light group. For example, if the weather is fine, the yellow sun pattern can be displayed. The weather can display blue cloud patterns in cloudy weather, the gray color pattern in foggy weather, and the green water droplet pattern in rainy days. Reminder function

 The user can also set the call reminder, short message reminder, email reminder or instant communication message reminder through the interface application, and trigger the LED light group of the wearable device to emit a corresponding color to remind by setting a specific number of incoming calls. For example, when the user sets a certain number to make an incoming call reminder, a blue light reminder is issued for 30 seconds. When an incoming call of the number is received, the interface application is triggered to issue a corresponding LED color control command to cause the LED to emit blue light, and the command will pass. The wireless link is transmitted to the wearable device, and the corresponding driver control signal of the LED driver that emits blue light is generated by the central controller of the wearable device, and the LED light group is driven to emit blue light corresponding to the instruction for 30 seconds.

 According to an embodiment of the present invention, the user can also trigger a control command through the wearable device. For example, when the user shakes the wearable device with a certain intensity and frequency, the wearable device can be triggered to generate a corresponding control signal, which can be sent back to the mobile terminal to trigger further instructions.

 For example, the user may be set to shake the wearable device twice to trigger the display time on the wearable device by illuminating the LED light group. Time can be achieved by the time function that comes with the control chip on the wearable device.

For example, the user may set a corresponding discovery terminal reminder ringtone in the mobile terminal, and then the user continuously shakes the wearable device three times to trigger the mobile terminal to issue a ringing tone or vibration, thereby prompting the user to locate the mobile terminal, that is, achieving so-called passing. Wearable device to find the function of the phone. Specifically, when the sensor on the wearable device senses that the user performs a certain action, for example, continuously shaking the wearable device three times with a certain acceleration, the wearable device is triggered to issue an instruction, and the instruction is transmitted to the mobile through the wireless module. The terminal triggers the mobile terminal to play the ringtone set by the user, so as to achieve the purpose of searching and positioning. Color extraction function

 According to an embodiment of the present invention, the application interface of the mobile terminal can not only provide the user with a fixed color for selection, but also correspondingly set the color of the LED light group display of the wearable device, and the application interface also provides the user with an uploaded picture, or photo. According to the picture or photo uploaded by the user, or the color of the specific point selected by the user in the picture or photo, the position of the LED group is simulated on the picture or photo, so that the corresponding color is extracted on the LED group.

 Fig. 4 shows an example of exemplarily extracting colors in a picture provided by a user for LED group display. Figure 4 (a) is the color of the user extracting a single point from a picture uploaded to the mobile terminal; Figure 4 (b) is a user selects a whole picture, and simulates the corresponding position of the LED light group on the picture through software. , to extract the color of the corresponding multiple positions displayed on the LED light group. When the color point selected by the user is a mixed color of a plurality of colors, the method according to the present invention can simulate the mixed color as a single color closest to the user's selection intention to trigger generation of a specific instruction to drive the wearable device. The LED light array displays the light of the corresponding color.

 As shown in FIG. 4(a), when the user selects the color of the point A at a certain position in a picture and desires to display the LED light in the wearable device correspondingly, the color extraction method according to the present invention preferably adopts a picture. Mosaic algorithm. That is, a square in a certain range is filled with the color value of a certain point in the selected plurality of pixel ranges. Specifically, when the point A selected by the user includes m X n pixel points (ie, including m X n pixel values), the pixel value of the m χ n pixel points needs to be converted into a pixel value to drive the LED light. display. The pixel values can be selected according to any one or a combination of the following rules:

 Method 1: directly select any one of the mxn pixels included in point A as a representative of all mxn pixels, for example, the position may be selected as (1, 1), or (m, n), or ( RGB values of m/ 2 , n/ 2 ) pixels.

 Method 2: averaging mxn pixel values. For example, each pixel is composed of three components of R, G, and B. Then, the average value of the average R, G, and B components of all mxn pixels is calculated as the R of the final pixel. , G, B values.

 Method 3: Perform weighted averaging or convolution processing on m x n pixel values. The weight or convolution operator can be set as needed. For example, the pixel weight near the selected edge is lower, and the weight near the center position is higher.

 When the pixel value of the selected point A is determined, the mobile terminal will send an instruction to the wearable device in the form of a code for generating a color that drives the LED light group to produce the specified pixel value.

As shown in FIG. 4(b), when the user selects a whole picture and wants to simulate the color position extraction and corresponding display of the LED lamp group at the corresponding position on the picture, the method according to the present invention will The selected image is divided into two groups. Specifically, the LED light array on the wearable device is simulated and distributed on the selected image in the same proportion, and each point is extracted according to the method in FIG. 4(a). Corresponding to the color of the position, that is, extracting the pixels of each point. After determining the pixel values of all corresponding points, the mobile terminal will send an instruction to the wearable device in an encoded form for generating a driving LED light group to generate a picture effect presented in a mosaic color block manner.

 According to the smart wearable device with adjustable LED light set according to the present invention, by providing a display array composed of a plurality of adjustable LED lights, the user can wirelessly connect the wristband to the smart terminal, and adjust each LED through the smart terminal. Or the display effect of the entire LED display array, the user can change the color of the LED, control the brightness of the LED, and the like, so that the wearable wristband displays the personalized effect of the user. In addition, the LED light display array can also display the status information of the smart terminal, such as important phone reminders, short message prompts, etc., and realize the functions of mobile phone positioning, mobile phone anti-lost, etc. through wireless pairing technology, which greatly enriches the wearable. The use of the device makes it more versatile for all types of people, providing users with a personal choice.

 Those skilled in the art will appreciate that many modifications and variations are possible in light of the above disclosure. Some portions of the specification describe embodiments of the invention in terms of algorithms and symbolic representations of operations on information. These algorithmic descriptions and representations are commonly used by those skilled in the data processing arts to effectively convey their work to those skilled in the art. The operations described functionally, computationally, or logically are understood to be implemented by computer programs or equivalent circuits, microcode, and the like. In addition, it has been proven many times that it is convenient to arrange these operations as modules without loss of generality. The described operations and their associated modules can be implemented in software, firmware, hardware, or any combination thereof.

 Other embodiments of the invention will be apparent to those skilled in the <RTIgt; The description and the examples are to be considered as illustrative only, and the true scope and spirit of the invention are defined by the claims.

Claims

 What is claimed is: 1. A smart wearable device having an adjustable light group, the wearable device comprising:
 An outer casing having a physical shape and size suitable for being worn on a human body, the outer casing including a first portion for attaching a human body and a second portion exposed to an exterior of the human body;
 a sparse illumination array comprising a plurality of spaced-apart illumination sources, the illumination source being disposed on the second portion for emitting light under control of the wearable device;
 a control circuit, comprising a wireless module, configured to wirelessly receive a control signal from the outside to control illumination of the sparse illumination array;
 At least one electrical connection contact is provided on the housing for providing a port for charging or data exchange for the smart wearable device.
 2. The wearable device of claim 1, wherein the wearable device further comprises a sensor disposed in the housing for sensing a somatosensory action when a user operates the wearable device to generate a control signal Used to control the wearable device.
 3. The wearable device of claim 2, wherein the sensor is a gravity sensor or an acceleration sensor.
 4. The wearable device of claim 2, wherein the sensor senses a user tapping or shaking the wearable device to a certain threshold, thereby triggering the function of the sparse illumination array to turn on display.
 5. The wearable device of claim 1, wherein the illuminating light source is an LED.
6. The wearable device of claim 1, wherein the sparse illumination array is a 5 x 15 array of light sources.
 7. The wearable device of claim 1, wherein a spacing between adjacent illuminating light sources in the sparse illuminating array ranges between 2 mm and 4 mm.
 The illuminating light source has a shape of a circular dot, and has a size of between 0.7 mm and 1.2 mm.
 9. The wearable device according to claim 1, wherein the display time, brightness, and color of each of the light sources are independently controllable.
 10. The wearable device of claim 1, further comprising a second sparse illumination array, controlled separately or in combination with the sparse illumination array.
11. The wearable device of claim 1, wherein the wireless module is selected from the group consisting of a WiF i wireless module, a WiMax module, a WAP I module, a Bluetooth module, a near field communication module, and an infrared mode At least one of a block, an ultrasonic module, a Wi re le ss USB module, and an RF ID module.
 12. The wearable device of claim 1, wherein the wireless module is a Bluetooth module.
 13. The wearable device of claim 1, wherein the wireless module is integrated in a central controller of the control circuit.
 14. The wearable device according to claim 1, wherein the wearable device is at least one selected from the group consisting of a bracelet, a jewelry, an earring, a collar, an armband, a belt, a leg ring, a headband, a headwear, and a pet collar. .
 The wearable device according to claim 14, wherein the wearable device is a wristband, comprising an outer layer in which the sparse light emitting array is disposed, an inner layer attached to a human wrist, and the outer layer is a resin material .
 16. The wearable device according to claim 14, wherein the bracelet is a C-shaped or closed annular shape that is open at one end.
 17. The wearable device of claim 1, further comprising a charging device separate from the wearable device, the charging device for accommodating and charging or exchanging data of the wearable device.
 The wearable device according to claim 17, wherein the charging device comprises a base, and a card slot for accommodating the wearable device is disposed in the base, and the card slot is provided with the at least a corresponding slot contact of the electrical connection contact to cause the electrical connection contact to contact the card slot contact when the wearable device is placed in the card slot, Thereby charging or data exchange for the wearable device.
 19. The wearable device of claim 1, wherein the wearable device further comprises a power supply module and an interface module for powering the power supply module through the interface module.
 20. The wearable device of claim 1, wherein the external control signal is from an interface application of a mobile terminal selected from a smartphone, tablet, notebook, or other mobile computing device.
 The wearable device according to claim 1, wherein the interface application associates at least one social network account of the user, and when the user performs a specific behavior on the social network, triggering generation of a specific instruction to drive The sparse illumination array on the wearable device performs display illumination.
22. The wearable device of claim 1, wherein the wearable device is driven by triggering generation of a specific instruction by an incoming call reminder, a short message reminder, an email reminder, or an instant communication message reminder set in the interface application Sparse illuminating array on display Light.
 23. The wearable device of claim 1, wherein a user applies a specified color through the interface, selects a color from a picture or a photo, or selects a whole picture or photo to trigger generation of a specific instruction to drive the The sparse illumination array on the wearable device displays the illumination of the corresponding color.
 24. The wearable device according to claim 23, wherein when the color point selected by the user is a mixed color of a plurality of colors, the mixed color is simulated by a picture mosaic algorithm to be a single color closest to the user's selection intention. The sparse illumination array is driven to display the illumination of the corresponding color by triggering the generation of a specific instruction.
 The wearable device according to claim 23, wherein when the user selects the entire picture or photo, the sparse illumination array is simulated and distributed on the selected picture or photo in the same proportion, and then the respective pictures are extracted. The color of the corresponding position of each of the illuminating light sources in the sparse illuminating array.
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