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Publication numberCN106462571 A
Publication typeApplication
Application numberCN 201580021803
PCT numberPCT/US2015/026704
Publication date22 Feb 2017
Filing date20 Apr 2015
Priority date25 Apr 2014
Also published asEP3134825A1, US9672210, US20150309995, WO2015164276A1
Publication number201580021803.8, CN 106462571 A, CN 106462571A, CN 201580021803, CN-A-106462571, CN106462571 A, CN106462571A, CN201580021803, CN201580021803.8, PCT/2015/26704, PCT/US/15/026704, PCT/US/15/26704, PCT/US/2015/026704, PCT/US/2015/26704, PCT/US15/026704, PCT/US15/26704, PCT/US15026704, PCT/US1526704, PCT/US2015/026704, PCT/US2015/26704, PCT/US2015026704, PCT/US201526704
InventorsR.F.奥斯特豪特, G.R.海尔斯, N.L.沙姆斯, J.D.哈迪克, J.R.杜甘, P.J.W.凯西, N.R.波林科, R.M.罗斯, M.V.黄
Applicant奥斯特豪特集团有限公司
Export CitationBiBTeX, EndNote, RefMan
External Links: SIPO, Espacenet
Head-worn computing systems
CN 106462571 A
Abstract
Aspects of the present invention relate to a head-worn computing system for language translation. The head-worn computing system of the present invention comprises: a head-worn computer for recording a spoken utterance of a person wearing the head-worn computer and converting the spoken utterance into a language other than a first spoken language represented by the spoken utterance; and a speaker of sufficient size to produce sound intensity. The head-worn computer displays, in a see-through head-worn display mechanically supported by the head-worn computer, a visual representation of the first spoken language.
Claims(15)  translated from Chinese
1.一种语言翻译系统,包括: a.头戴式计算机,其包括麦克风和音频通信系统,其中,所述头戴式计算机被适配成记录穿戴头戴式计算机的人说的话,将所说的话转换成除所说的话所表示的第一说出语言之外的语言,形成翻译语言; b.扬声器,具有足以产生声强使得对话距离处的人能够听到处于对话水平的声音的尺寸,扬声器通过音频通信系统与头戴式计算机通信;以及c.头戴式计算机进一步被适配成将翻译语言传送到扬声器,并在被头戴式计算机机械支撑的透视头戴式显示器中显示第一说出语言的视觉表示。 A language translation system, comprising:. A head mounted computer, which includes a microphone and an audio communication system, wherein the computer is adapted to record a head-mounted head-mounted wearable computer people say, The in addition to said speech into words represented the first spoken language other than the language, the formation of language translation;. b loudspeakers, has strong enough to produce sound so that people can hear the conversation at a distance of voices in the dialogue level of size , a speaker through an audio communication system with a head mounted computer communication;. the head-mounted computer is further adapted to transmit and c language translation to the speaker, and displays a perspective view of the head-mounted display is a head-mounted mechanical support computer a visual representation of spoken language.
2.权利要求1的语言系统,其中,所述音频通信系统是向扬声器提供音频信号的有线系统。 Language system of claim 1, wherein said audio communication system to provide audio signals to a speaker cable system.
3.权利要求1的语言系统,其中,所述音频通信系统是向扬声器提供音频信号的无线系统。 Language system of claim 1, wherein said audio communication system to provide audio signals to the speaker the wireless system.
4.权利要求1的语言系统,其中,所述扬声器尺寸在距所述扬声器5英尺的距离处产生在约30至40 db范围内的声音。 Language system of claim 1, wherein the size of the speaker generating sound in a range of about 30 to 40 db at a distance of 5 feet from the speaker.
5.权利要求1的语言系统,其中,所述扬声器尺寸在距所述扬声器5英尺的距离处产生在约40至60 db范围内的声音。 Language system of claim 1, wherein the speaker generates sound dimension in the range of about 40 to 60 db at the distance of 5 feet from the speaker.
6.权利要求1的语言系统,其中,所述扬声器尺寸在距所述扬声器5英尺的距离处产生在约60至80 db范围内的声音。 Audio language system of claim 1, wherein said speaker size is generated within the range of about 60 to 80 db at a distance of 5 feet from the speaker.
7.权利要求1的语言系统,其中,所述头戴式计算机进一步被适配成将说的话转换成翻译语言,其中,所述翻译语言具有基于用户所说的话的可听频谱。 Language system of claim 1, wherein said head-mounted computer is further adapted to say converted into translation language, wherein the language translation has the audible frequency spectrum based on the user's words.
8.权利要求7的语言系统,其中,所述可听频谱是通过对所说的话的频谱的分析确定的, 其中,所述分析导致将在向扬声器传送翻译语言时使用的多个音调中的一个。 Language system of claim 7, wherein the audible frequency spectrum is determined by analyzing the frequency spectrum of said words, wherein said plurality of tones cause analysis to be used when transmitting the speaker of the language translation One.
9.权利要求8的语言系统,其中,所述一个音调是男高音调、男中音调、男低音调、女高音调、女中音调、女低音调中的至少一个。 9. The language system as claimed in claim 8, wherein said tone is a tone tenor, baritone at least one tone, bass tone, tone soprano, mezzo-tone, the tone alto.
10.权利要求1的语言系统,其中,所述扬声器在机械上被适配成适合到用户的衬衫口袋中。 10. The language system of claim 1, wherein said speaker is adapted to fit into a shirt pocket of the user on the machine.
11.权利要求1的语言系统,其中,所述扬声器在机械上被适配成夹持到用户的衬衫上。 11. The language system of claim 1, wherein said speaker is adapted to be clamped to the user's shirt mechanically.
12.权利要求1的语言系统,其中,所述头戴式计算机进一步被适配有关掉第一说出语言的视觉表示的显示的用户接口。 12. The language system of claim 1, wherein said head-mounted computer further adapted a first language spoken user interface visual representation displayed the swap.
13.一种头戴式计算机,包括: a.第一侧臂,包括镜腿区段和耳角区段; b.镜腿区段,包括固定附连系统;以及c.耳角区段,包括被适配成与固定附连系统相配合的插销,其中,当施加压力以将耳角区段从镜腿区段拉离时,耳角区段安全地与镜腿区段分离,并且耳角区段被适配成绕着插销旋转,促使耳角位于折叠位置;其中,所述折叠位置包括用于第二侧臂在第一侧臂顶部上完全折叠的空隙。 A head-mounted computer, comprising:... A first side arm, including the temple and ear sections angular segments; B temple sections, comprising a fixed attachment system; and c ear angular segments, It comprising adapted to cooperate with the fixed latch attachment system, wherein, when the angle section to the ear pulled away from the temple zone pressure is applied, the ears the temple angular segments separated sections safely and ear angle about the pin section is adapted to rotate the ear causes angular collapsed position; wherein said folded position comprises a second side arm on the top side of the first arm fully folded voids.
14.一种头戴式计算机,包括: a.镜腿部分,其被机械地固定到计算机显示器并被适配成将计算机显示器定位于用户眼睛的前方;以及b.镜腿部分包括扬声器附件,其中,所述扬声器附件被适配成: 1.将扬声器组件牢固地定位并使扬声器组件与在头戴式计算机内部的电子件电关联;以及2.促进用户将扬声器组件与镜腿部分释放和重新固定。 14. A head-mounted computer, comprising:.. A temple portion which is mechanically secured to and adapted to the computer display computer display positioned in front of the user's eyes; and b temple attachment portion includes a speaker, wherein the accessory speaker is adapted to: 1. the speaker assembly and securely position the speaker and the electronics associated electrical components within the head-mounted computer; 2. facilitate user and the speaker of the mirror assembly and the leg portion release re-fixed.
15.一种头戴式计算机,包括: a.上隔室,其被适配成包含处理器、存储器以及传感器系统,所述上隔室位于镜片组件上面且包括顶板; b.顶板包括在机械上被适配成促进处理器与顶板之间的连接的处理器连接垫; c.导热材料,其位于所述处理器连接垫与所述处理器之间以减小气隙并进一步促进处理器与顶板之间的热连接;以及d.顶板还具有被适配成消散从处理器接收到的热量的散热片。 A head-mounted computer, comprising: a upper compartment, which is adapted to contain a processor, memory, and a sensor system, located in the upper compartment above the lens assembly and including a top plate; B comprises a top plate mechanically. is adapted to facilitate the connection between the processor and a processor connected to the top plate pads;. c thermally conductive material, located between said processor is connected to reduce the air gap between the pad and the processor and the processor further facilitate thermal connection between the top plate; and d dissipating heat received from the processor to the top plate further having a heat sink is adapted.
Description  translated from Chinese

头戴式计算系统 Head-mounted computing system

[0001] 相关申请的交叉引用本申请要求以下美国专利申请的权益,所述申请被整体地通过引用结合到本文中:美国非临时申请号14/262,615,2014年4月25日提交(006?-4001-1]01);美国非临时申请号14/307,465,2014年6月17日提交(0DGP-4002-U01);美国非临时申请号14/323,123,2014年7月3日提交(0DGP-4003-U01);美国非临时申请号14/490,586,2014年9月18日提交(0DGP-4004-U01);以及美国非临时申请号14/659,815,2015年3月17日提交(0DGP-4007- [0001] CROSS REFERENCE TO RELATED APPLICATIONS This application claims rights U.S. patent application, which application is incorporated by reference in their entirety herein: U.S. Non-Provisional Application No. 14 / 262,615, April 25, 2014 filed ( ? 006-4001-1] 01); US non-provisional application No. 14 / 307,465, June 17, 2014 filed (0DGP-4002-U01); US non-provisional application No. 14 / 323,123 in 2014, July 3 filed (0DGP-4003-U01); US non-provisional application No. 14 / 490,586, September 18, 2014 filed (0DGP-4004-U01); and US Non-provisional application No. 14 / 659,815, 2015 filed March 17 (0DGP-4007-

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技术领域 FIELD

[0002] 本发明涉及头戴式计算。 [0002] The present invention relates to a head-mounted computing. 更具体地,本发明涉及头戴式计算系统。 More particularly, the present invention relates to a head-mounted computing system.

背景技术 Background technique

[0003] 开发并开始商业化了可穿戴计算系统。 [0003] developed and started commercializing a wearable computing system. 在可穿戴计算领域中留存有许多问题需要解决以使得其满足市场的需求。 Remaining in the field of wearable computing, there are many problems to be solved so that it meets the needs of the market.

发明内容 SUMMARY

[0004] 本发明的各方面涉及头戴式计算系统。 Aspects [0004] The present invention relates to a head-mounted computing system.

[0005] 根据优选实施例的以下详细描述和附图,本发明的这些及其它系统、方法、目的、特征以及优点对于本领域技术人员而言将是显而易见的。 [0005] In the following detailed description and accompanying drawings of the preferred embodiment, these and other systems, methods, objects, features and advantages of the present invention to those skilled in the art will be apparent. 藉此整体地通过引用结合在本文中提到的所有文献。 Whereby the entirety is incorporated by reference All documents mentioned herein.

附图说明 BRIEF DESCRIPTION

[0006] 参考以下各图来描述实施例。 [0006] FIG described with reference to the following embodiments. 可以自始至终使用相同的编号来参考图中所示的相似的特征和部件: You may be used throughout the same reference numbers shown in the figure to the similar features and components:

图1图示出根据本发明的原理的头戴式计算系统。 Figure 1 illustrates a computing system in accordance with the principles of the present invention, the head mount.

[0007]图2图示出根据本发明的原理的具有光学系统的头戴式计算系统。 [0007] Figure 2 illustrates a head-mounted computing system in accordance with principles of the present invention has an optical system.

[0008]图3A、图3B以及图3c图示出根据本发明的原理的头戴式计算机的三个视图。 [0008] FIGS. 3A, 3B and 3c illustrate three views of a head-mounted computer in accordance with the principles of the invention.

[0009]图4图示出根据本发明的原理的镜腿和耳角。 [0009] FIG. 4 illustrates the temple and ear angle according to the principles of the invention.

[0010] 图5A、图5B、图5C、图5D、图5E以及图5F图示出根据本发明的原理的处于各种状态的镜腿和耳角组件。 [0010] FIGS. 5A, FIG. 5B, FIG. 5C, 5D, 5E and 5F illustrate FIG temple and ear angle in various states of assembly according to the principles of the present invention.

[0011]图6图示出根据本发明的原理的可调整鼻梁组件。 [0011] FIG. 6 illustrates an adjustable nose assembly according to the principles of the invention.

[0012]图7图示出根据本发明的原理的可调整鼻梁组件。 [0012] FIG. 7 illustrates an adjustable nose assembly according to the principles of the invention.

[0013]图8图示出根据本发明的原理的用于头戴式计算机的扬声器组件。 [0013] FIG. 8 illustrates a head-mounted speaker assembly for a computer according to the principles of the present invention.

[0014]图9图示出根据本发明的原理的具有用于头戴式计算机的触垫的刚性耳角。 [0014] FIG 9 illustrates a head-mounted computer with a touch pad in accordance with the principles of the rigid lug angle invention.

[0015]图10图示出根据本发明的原理的顶板。 [0015] FIG. 10 illustrates a top plate according to the principles of the invention.

[0016]图11图示出本发明的实施例的温度测试结果。 [0016] FIG. 11 illustrates an embodiment of the present invention, the temperature of the test results.

[0017]虽然结合某些优选实施例描述了本发明,但其它实施例将会被本领域技术人员理解并被涵盖在本发明中。 [0017] Although described in connection with certain preferred embodiments of the present invention, other embodiments will be understood by those skilled in the art and are encompassed by the present invention.

具体实施方式 detailed description

[0018] 本发明的各方面涉及头戴式计算(“HWC”)系统。 [0018] Aspects of the present invention relates to a head-mounted computing ( "HWC") system. HffC在某些情况下涉及到一种模拟头戴式眼镜或太阳镜的外观的系统。 In some cases HffC relates to a head mounted simulate the appearance of eyeglasses or sunglasses system. 所述眼镜可以是充分开发的计算平台,诸如包括在眼镜的镜片中的每一个中呈现给用户的眼睛的计算机显示器。 The glasses may be fully developed computing platform, such as a computer display presented to the user including an eye of the spectacle lens in each of. 在实施例中,镜片和显示器可被配置成允许穿戴眼镜的人通过镜片看到环境,同时也同时地看到数字图像,所述数字图像形成被人感知为环境的数字增强图像或增强现实(“AR”)的覆盖图像。 In an embodiment, the lens and the display can be configured to allow a person to see the environment through glasses worn lenses, but also to see that the digital image, the digital image is perceived by people as forming the enhanced image in the digital environment or augmented reality ( "AR") of the overlay image.

[0019] HffC不仅仅涉及到将计算系统放置在人的头上。 [0019] HffC computing system involves not only placed in a person's head. 该系统可能需要被设计为轻质、紧凑且全功能的计算机显示器,诸如其中该计算机显示器包括高分辨率数字显示器,其提供由所显示数字内容和周围环境的透视图构成的高级复现。 The system may need to be designed to be lightweight, compact and fully functional computer display, wherein the computer such as a high-resolution display includes a digital display, which is provided by the advanced digital content reproducing a perspective view of the surrounding environment and the configuration display. 可要求适合于HWC设备的用户接口和控制系统,其不同于被用于诸如膝上型计算机之类的更常规计算机的那些。 The user interface may be adapted to the requirements and control system HWC device, which is different from those used in more conventional computer such as a laptop computer's. 为了使HffC和关联系统最有效,可为眼镜装配传感器以确定环境条件、地理位置、相对于其它兴趣点的定位、通过用户或连网群组中的其它用户的成像和移动而识别的对象等。 In order to make the most effective HffC and associated systems, it may be a spectacles fitted with sensors to determine the environmental conditions, location, positioned relative to other points of interest identified by the imaging and other users or mobile users in a networked group of objects, etc. . HWC然后可在一般地称为情境感知HffC的方法中改变操作模式以匹配条件、位置、定位、移动等。 HWC can then change the operating mode in the process generally referred to in the context aware HffC matching condition, position, location, movement, etc. 还可能需要本地地或通过网络将眼镜无线地或以其它方式连接到其它系统。 It may also require glasses or locally connected to wireless or other systems through a network in other manners. 控制眼镜可通过外部设备的使用、自动地通过情境收集的信息、通过由眼镜传感器捕捉到的用户手势等来实现。 Glasses may be automatically controlled by means of contextual information collected by the glasses is achieved by capturing user gestures sensor by using an external device. 每个技术可根据在眼镜中使用的软件应用而被进一步细化。 Each technique may be further refined according to the application software used in the glasses. 眼镜可进一步被用来控制与眼镜相关联的外部设备或与之协调。 Glasses may further be used to control the external device associated with the glasses or coordination therewith.

[0020] 参考图1,呈现了HWC系统100的概观。 [0020] Referring to Figure 1, presents an overview of the system 100 of HWC. 如所示,HWC系统100包括HWC 102,其在这种情况下被配置为将与传感器一起被穿戴在头上的眼镜,使得HffC 102知道环境114中的对象和条件。 As shown, the system 100 includes a HWC HWC 102, which is in this case arranged to be worn on the head together with the sensor glasses, such HffC 102 known objects in the environment 114 and conditions. 在这种情况下,HWC 102还接收并解释控制输入,诸如用户的身体部分的手势和移动116。 In this case, HWC 102 also receives and interprets a control input, a gesture such as a body part 116 and a mobile user. 服0 102可与外部用户接口104通信。 Service 0102 may communicate with an external user interface 104. 外部用户接口104可提供物理用户接口以从HffC102的用户和外部用户接口104获取控制指令,并且HWC 102可双向地进行通信以影响(affect)用户的命令并向外部设备108提供反馈。 External user interface 104 may provide a user interface to obtain a physical control instructions from a user and external HffC102 user interface 104, and HWC 102 may bi-directionally communicate to affect (Affect) user commands to an external apparatus 108 provides feedback. HffC 102还可与外部控制或协调的本地设备108进行双向通信。 HffC 102 may also be bidirectional communication with the external control device 108 or the local coordinate. 例如,可与HffC 102相结合地使用外部用户接口104来控制外部控制或协调的本地设备108。 For example, it may be used in combination with external HffC 102 with a local user interface 104 to control external control device 108 or coordinated. 外部控制或协调的本地设备108可向HffC 102提供反馈,并且可基于设备的类型或具体识别的设备108而在HffC 102中呈现自定义⑶KHffC 102还可通过网络连接110与远程设备和信息源112相交互。 Or coordinating a local external control device 108 may provide feedback to HffC 102, and may be based on the type of equipment or device 108 specifically identified presenting custom ⑶KHffC 102 may also be connected with a remote device 110 and information source 112 over the network in the HffC 102 interact. 再次地,以与当外部用户接口104被用来控制外部控制或协调的本地设备108或以其它方式与之相交互时的类似方式,可与HWC 102相结合地使用外部用户接口104来控制远程设备108和信息源112中的任何或以其它方式与之相交互。 Again, as with the external user interface 104 is used to control or coordinate a local external control device 108 or a similar manner thereto during interaction, the external user interface 104 may be used in other ways in conjunction with HWC 102 to control the remote any phase or otherwise interact with the device 108 and information source 112. 同样地,HffC 102可解释手势116 (例如从诸如(一个或多个)相机、测距仪、IR传感器等面朝前、下、上、后的传感器所捕捉的)或在环境114中感测到的环境条件以控制本地或远程设备108或112。 Likewise, HffC 102 116 gesture may be interpreted (e.g., from the front face, such as the next (one or more) camera, a range finder, the IR sensor and the like, on the captured sensor) or 114 in the sensing environment environmental condition to control the local or remote device 108 or 112.

[0021] 现在我们将更详细地描述图1上描绘的主要元件中的每一个;然而,这些描述意图提供一般指导而不应理解为限制性的。 [0021] We now describe in more detail each of the major components depicted in FIG. 1; however, the description is intended to provide general guidance and should not be construed as limiting. 在本文中还可进一步描述每个元件的附加描述。 Additional description may be further described herein, of each element.

[0022] HffC 102是意图被穿戴在一个人的头上的计算平台。 [0022] HffC 102 is intended to be worn on a person's head computing platform. HWC 102可采取许多不同形式以适应许多不同的功能要求。 HWC 102 may take many different forms to suit a number of different functional requirements. 在某些情况下,将以常规眼镜的形式来设计HWC 102。 In some cases, it will be designed in the form of conventional spectacles HWC 102. 该眼镜可以或者可以不具有有源计算机图形显示器。 The glasses may or may not have an active computer graphics display. 在其中HffC 102具有集成计算机显示器的情况下,显示器可被配置为透视显示器,使得数字图像可以相对于环境114的用户视野被覆盖。 In the case where a computer with an integrated display HffC 102, the display may be configured as a see-through display, so that the digital image with respect to the environment 114 is covered by the user's view. 存在可使用的许多透视光学设计,包括具有反射式显示器(例如LCoS、DLP)、发射式显示器(例如OLED、LED)、全息图、TIR波导等的一些。 Many optical design perspective is present can be used, including a display having a reflective (e.g., LCoS, DLP), a number of emissive display (e.g., OLED, LED), a hologram, the TIR waveguide or the like. 在实施例中,与显示器光学件相结合地使用的照明系统可以是固态照明系统,诸如LED、OLED、量子点、量子点LED等。 In an embodiment, the illumination optical system and a display device using the combination may be a solid state lighting system, such as an LED, the OLED, quantum dots, quantum dot LED or the like. 另外,光学配置可以是单眼的或双眼的。 Further, the optical configuration may be monocular or binocular. 其还可包括视力矫正光学部件。 It may also include a vision correction optical member. 在实施例中,可将所述光学件封装为隐形眼镜。 In an embodiment, the optical member may be packaged as a contact lens. 在其它实施例中,HWC 102可以是具有透视护罩的头盔、太阳镜、安全眼镜、护目镜、面罩、具有透视护罩的消防头盔、具有透视护罩的警察头盔、具有透视护罩的军用头盔、针对某个工作任务(例如,库存控制、后勤、修理、维护等)定制的实用形式等的形式。 In other embodiments, HWC 102 may have a perspective helmet shield, sunglasses, safety glasses, goggles, masks, a perspective fire helmet shield, the shield having a perspective police helmets, military helmets shroud having a perspective form for a certain task (eg, inventory control, logistics, repair, maintenance, etc.) and other forms of custom utility.

[0023] HffC 102还可具有许多集成计算设施,诸如集成处理器、集成电源管理、通信结构(例如,小区网、WiF1、蓝牙、本地区域连接、网状连接、远程连接(例如,客户端服务器等))等。 [0023] HffC 102 may also have a number of integrated computing facilities, such as an integrated processor, integrated power management, communication structure (e.g., a cell network, WIFl, Bluetooth, local area connection, a mesh connection, remote connection (e.g., client server and many more. HffC 102还可具有许多位置感知传感器,诸如GPS、电子指南针、高度计、倾斜传感器、IMU等。 HffC 102 may also have a number of position sensing sensor, such as GPS, an electronic compass, altimeter, a tilt sensor, an IMU like. 其还可具有其它传感器,诸如相机、测距仪、超谱相机、盖格计数器、麦克风、光谱照明检测器、温度传感器、化学传感器、生物传感器、湿度传感器、超声波传感器等。 It may also have other sensors, such as a camera, a range finder, hyperspectral camera, a Geiger counter, a microphone, a spectrum lighting detector, temperature sensor, chemical sensor, biological sensor, a humidity sensor, an ultrasonic sensor.

[0024] HffC 102还可具有集成控制技术。 [0024] HffC 102 may also have integrated control technology. 集成控制技术可以是基于情境的控制、被动控制、主动控制、用户控制等。 Integrated control technology may be controlled based on context, passive control, active control, user control. 例如,HffC 102可具有集成传感器(例如,相机),其捕捉用户手或身体手势116,使得集成处理系统可以解释手势并生成控制命令以用于HWC 102。 For example, HffC 102 may have integrated sensors (e.g., a camera) that captures the user's hand or body gestures 116, so that an integrated processing system may interpret gestures and generates a control command for HWC 102. 在另一示例中,HWC 102可具有检测移动(例如,点头、摇头等)的传感器,包括加速度计、陀螺仪及其它惯性测量,其中,集成处理器可解释所述移动并作为响应而生成控制命令。 In another example, HWC 102 may have detected movement (e.g., nodding, shaking his head, etc.) sensors, including accelerometers, gyroscopes and other inertial measurement, wherein the integrated processor may be interpreted as a response to the movement and to generate a control command. HWC 102还可基于测量或感知的环境条件而自动地控制其本身。 HWC 102 may also be based on a measured or sensed environmental conditions automatically controlling itself. 例如,如果环境是明亮的,则HffC 102可增加所显示图像的亮度或对比度。 For example, if the environment is bright, the HffC 102 may increase the brightness or contrast of the displayed image. 在实施例中,可将集成控制技术安装在HWC 102上,使得用户可以直接地与之相交互。 In an embodiment, the integrated control technology may be mounted on HWC 102, so that the user can directly interact therewith. 例如,HffC 102可具有(一个或多个)按钮、触摸电容接口等。 For example, HffC 102 may have a (one or more) buttons, capacitive touch interface.

[0025] 如本文所述,HWC 102可与外部用户接口104通信。 [0025] As described herein, HWC 102 may communicate with an external user interface 104. 外部用户接口可采取许多不同形式。 External user interface can take many different forms. 例如,蜂窝电话屏幕可被适配成获取用户输入以实现HffC 102的方面的控制。 For example, a cellular phone screen may be adapted to acquire user input to implement the control of HffC 102. 外部用户接口可以是专用UI,诸如键盘、触摸表面、(一个或多个)按钮、操纵杆等。 Outside the UI may be a dedicated user interface, such as a keyboard, touch surface, (one or more) buttons, joysticks and the like. 在实施例中,可将外部控制器集成到另一设备(诸如,戒指、手表、自行车、汽车等)中。 In an embodiment, the external controller may be integrated into another device (such as rings, watches, bicycles, cars, etc.). 在每种情况下,外部用户接口104可包括用以提供用于控制HffD 104的附加输入的传感器(例如MU、加速度计、指南针、高度计等)。 In each case, the external user interface 104 may include a sensor (e.g. a MU, an accelerometer, a compass, altimeter, etc.) to provide additional input for controlling the HffD 104.

[0026] 如本文所述,HffC 102可控制其它本地设备108或与之相协调。 [0026] As described herein, HffC 102 may control the device 108 or other local coordinated therewith. 外部设备108可以是音频设备、视觉设备、运载工具、蜂窝电话、计算机等。 External device 108 may be an audio equipment, visual equipment, vehicles, cellular phones, computers and the like. 例如,本地外部设备108可以是另一HffC 102,在那里然后可在单独的HffC 108之间交换信息。 For example, a local external device 108 may be another HffC 102, and where information can be exchanged between the individual HffC 108.

[0027] 类似于HffC 102可控制本地设备106或与之相协调的方式,HWC 102可控制远程设备112或与之相协调,诸如HffC 102通过网络110与远程设备112通信。 [0027] HffC 102 similar to device 106 may be controlled locally or in a coordinated manner therewith, HWC 102 may be a remote control device 112 or coordination therewith, the communication network 110 with a remote device 112 such as a HffC 102. 再次地,远程设备112的形式可具有许多形式。 Again, the form of the remote device 112 may take many forms. 在这些形式中包括另一HWC 102。 In such form further comprises HWC 102. 例如,每个HffC 102可传送其GPS位置,使得所有HffC 102知道HffC 102中的所有位于哪里。 For example, each HffC 102 may transmit its GPS location, so that all HffC 102 knows where all HffC 102 is located.

[0028]图2图示出具有包括上光学模块202和下光学模块204的光学系统的HWC 102。 [0028] FIG. 2 illustrates an optical module including an upper having lower optical module 202 and the optical system 204 of HWC 102. 虽然上和下光学模块202和204—般地将被描述为单独模块,但应理解的是这仅仅是例证性的,并且本发明包括其它物理配置,诸如当两个模块被组合成单个模块时或者在构成两个模块的元件被配置成超过两个模块的情况下。 While the upper and lower optical module 202 and 204- camel will be described as a separate module, it will be appreciated that this is merely illustrative, and the invention includes other physical configurations, such as when two modules are combined into a single module or configured to a case where more than two modules in the two modules constituting the element. 在实施例中,上模块202包括计算机控制显示器(例如,LCoS、DLP、OLED等)和图像光输送光学件。 In an embodiment, the control module 202 includes a computer display (e.g., LCoS, DLP, OLED, etc.) and an image of the light delivery optics. 在实施例中,下模块包括眼睛输送光学件,其被配置成接收上模块的图像光并将该图像光输送给HWC的穿戴者的眼睛。 In an embodiment, the delivery module comprises an optical eye member, which is configured to receive image light module and delivered to the image light HWC wearer's eye. 在图2中,应注意的是虽然在HWC的一侧中图示出上和下光学模块202和204,使得可以向穿戴者的一只眼睛输送图像光,但本发明设想实施例将包含两个图像光输送系统,每只眼睛一个。 In FIG. 2, it should be noted that although illustrated in the side of the upper and lower HWC optical modules 202 and 204, so that the image light may be delivered to the wearer's eye, but the present invention contemplates two embodiments comprising light delivery system images, one for each eye. 还应注意的是虽然许多实施例将光学模块称为“上”和“下”,但应理解的是使用此惯例以使得对于读者来说更容易,并且模块不必然地以上下关系定位。 It should also be noted that while many of the examples and the optical module called "lower", "upper", it is to be understood that this convention is used to make it easier for the reader, and the module does not necessarily positioned one above relationship. 例如,图像发生模块可位于眼睛输送光学件以上、眼睛输送光学件以下、在眼睛输送光学件的侧面或以其它方式被定位以满足情况的需要和/SHffC 102机械和光学要求。 For example, image generation modules may be located above the transport eye optical member, the optical member conveying the eye, in the eye or the delivery side of the optical element is positioned to otherwise meet the needs and / SHffC 102 conditions the mechanical and optical requirements.

[0029] 本发明的一方面涉及头戴式计算机的侧臂的机械和电学构造。 [0029] In one aspect the present invention relates to a head-mounted mechanical and electrical configuration of the computer side arm. 一般地,当头戴式计算机采取眼镜、太阳镜、某些护目镜或其它此类形式的形式时,包括两个侧臂以用于在穿戴头戴式计算机的人的耳朵上安装并固定头戴式计算机。 Generally, when the head-mounted computer to take glasses, sunglasses, goggles, or some other form of such forms, including two side arms for mounting and fixing the headgear on the head-mounted wearable computer the human ear computer. 在实施例中,侧臂还可包括电子件、电池、导线、天线、计算机处理器、计算机板等。 In an embodiment, the side arms further include electronics, batteries, wire, antenna, processor, computer, computer board. 在实施例中,侧臂可包括两个或更多子组件。 In an embodiment, the side arm may include two or more sub-assemblies. 例如,如下面将更详细地讨论的,侧臂可包括镜腿区段和耳角区段。 For example, as discussed in more detail below, the side arm may include temples and ear sections angular segments. 两个区段可例如被机械地布置成允许耳角区段移动,使得两个侧臂可以折叠到闭合位置。 For example, two sections may be mechanically arranged to permit movement of the ear angular segments, two side arms that can be folded to a closed position.

[0030]图3A、图3B和图3C图示出根据本发明的原理的头戴式计算机102的三个单独视图。 [0030] FIGS. 3A, 3B and 3C illustrate three separate view of the principles of the invention head-mounted computer 102. 转到被示为图3A的头戴式计算机,HffC 102的一个侧臂折叠到其闭合位置。 Go head-mounted computer is shown in FIG. 3A, HffC a side-arm 102 is folded to its closed position. 侧臂的耳角区段308相对于其镜腿区段304旋转以相对于另一侧臂310产生空间,因此当另一侧臂移动到其闭合位置时,其可以完全闭合。 Ear angular segments of the side arm 308 relative to its temple segment 304 rotates relative to the other side of the arm 310 generates space, the other side when the arm is moved to its closed position, which can be completely closed. 在其中耳角并未旋转以产生空间(未示出)的情况下,当侧臂处于闭合位置时,耳角将在物理上与另一侧臂310相干扰,并且阻止另一侧臂310完全闭合。 No rotation angle in which case the ear to create a space (not shown), when the side arm is in the closed position, the angle of the ear and the other side on the arm 310 physically interfere, and prevent the other side of the arm 310 is fully closure. HffC图3B视图图示出两个侧臂折叠到完全闭合位置的情况下的HffC图3B。 HffC FIG 3B illustrates two views of FIG. 3B HffC side arm folded in the case of a fully closed position. 请注意,耳角308相对于其镜腿区段304处于旋转位置,使得另一臂310闭合而不与耳角308相干扰。 Note that, the angle 308 relative to the ear section of the temple 304 is in its rotational position, so that the other arm 310 is closed without interfering with the ears 308 angle. HffC图3C视图还图示出处于闭合位置的两个臂,其中耳角308旋转以产生用于另一臂310完全闭合的空间。 HffC FIG 3C illustrates a further view of two arms in a closed position, wherein rotation of the ears 308 to produce a 310 angle completely closed space for the other arm. 图3C还图示出HWC 102的一部分,其中可在顶部底座312中容纳电子件。 Figure 3C also illustrates a portion of HWC 102, which may be housed in the top of the base member 312 electron. 顶部底座可包含电子件、传感器、光学件、处理器、存储器、无线电、天线等。 Top of the base member may comprise an electronic sensor, an optical device, a processor, a memory, a radio, antenna or the like.

[0031]图4图示出根据本发明的原理的侧臂配置。 [0031] FIG. 4 illustrates a configuration of a side arm of the principles of the present invention. 在本实施例中,侧臂包括两个子组件:镜腿区段304和耳角308。 In the present embodiment, the side arm comprises two sub-assemblies: a temple and ear sections 304 angle 308. 图4图示出侧臂组件的两个视图,一个从外视角且一个从剖面视角。 FIG 4 illustrates two side views showing the arm assembly, and an outer perspective sectional view from a perspective from. 耳角包括插销402,其被设计成配合到孔404中并被连接器408固定。 Ear plug 402 includes the corner, which is designed to fit into the bore 404 and the connector 408 is fixed. 连接器408是可旋转的,并且在一个位置上将插销402锁定就位,并且在另一位置上将插销402解除固定,使得耳角308可以被移除并重新附连到镜腿区段304。 The connector 408 is rotatable, and at a position on the pin 402 locked in place, and in another position on the fixed latch 402 is released, so that the angle of the ears 308 may be removed and re-attached to the temple portion 304 . 这允许耳角308从镜腿区段304的拆卸和重新附连。 This angle allows the lugs 308 and reattaching detached from the temple portion 304. 这还允许销售不同的耳角308以用于替换,可提供其多种颜色和式样。 This also allows different angles of sales ear 308 for replacement, which may provide a variety of colors and patterns. 在实施例中,镜腿区段304可包括电池舱410及其它电子件、导线、传感器、处理器等。 In an embodiment, the temple portion 304 may include a battery compartment 410 and other electronic parts, wires, sensors, processors and the like.

[0032] 图5A、图5B、图5C、图5D、图5E以及图5F图示出具有镜腿304和耳角308区段的HffC侧臂的若干视图。 [0032] FIGS. 5A, FIG. 5B, FIG. 5C, 5D, 5E and 5F illustrate several views of FIG HffC side arm 304 having a temple and ear sections 308 angle. 视图包括外视角和横截面以及耳角308与镜腿区段304的固定的各种状态。 View of the various states includes a fixed viewing angle and cross-section and an outer ear 308 and angle segment 304 of the temple. 在图5A和图5B中分别地示出了镜腿组件和耳角组件的外视角和横截面的一个实施例,包括连接器和插销组件510A,其中,耳角处于其最终固定位置,并且准备好被戴在用户的头上。 5A and 5B, each shows an outer perspective and cross-sectional mirror leg assembly and the ear corner assembly embodiment comprises a connector and plug assemblies 510A, wherein the ear angle in its final fixed position, and ready good to be worn on the user's head. 图5C和图5D图示出处于固定但分离且未旋转位置的耳角308和镜腿区段304。 5C and 5D illustrate and not isolated, but is in a fixed rotational position angle of the ear sections 308 and 304 of the temple. 图5E和图5F的横截面中在连接器和插销组件512处图示出结合图4所述的相同插销402和连接器408系统。 5E and 5F, cross-sectional view of the binding illustrated in FIG. 4 the same plug connector 402 and the connector system 408 and latch assembly 512. 在固定未旋转位置上,插销在镜腿区段内被稳固地在内部拉住,使得其停留在原位。 Is not a fixed rotational position, the latch is firmly pulled in inside the temple zone, so that it stays in place. 图5C和图5D图示出其中耳角308被从镜腿区段304分离的状态。 5C and 5D illustrate an example in which 304 is separated from the temple zone state 308 ears angle. 此状态在使用压力来用力拉耳角308时实现。 In this state using pressure to force the corner lug 308 is implemented. 在实施例中,压力由用力拉耳角308的用户施加,其压缩与耳角308中的插销402机械地关联的连接器和插销组件510B中的弹簧。 In an embodiment, the pressure angle of the force applied by the user lug 308, the connector and latch assembly 510B is associated with the compression latch lug 402 in the corner 308 of the mechanical spring. 所述机构使用弹簧来保持插销402上的压力以在连接器408处于用以将插销402锁定就位的位置时保持与连接器408的连接。 The mechanism used to maintain pressure on the spring latch 402 to hold the connector 408 when the plug 402 is locked in place to the position of the connector 408. 图5E和图5F图示出其中在耳角308已被拉入结合图5C和图5D所述的状态之后、耳角308绕着插销402旋转的状态。 5E and 5F illustrate wherein, after the ear has been drawn into the corner 308 in conjunction with the state of FIG. 5C and FIG. 5D, ear angle 308 about pin 402 rotating state. 这如本文所述地将耳角308置于旋转位置,使得具有此旋转耳角308的第一臂在两个臂折叠到闭合位置时不与另一臂310的闭合相干扰。 This ear as described herein angular rotational position 308 is placed such that the closure does not interfere with the other arm 310 of the two arms when folded to a closed position with this rotational angle of the first arm 308 of the ear. 图5E和图5F将连接器和插销组件图示为在旋转位置上继续将耳角308固定到镜腿304。 5E and 5F, the connector and latch assembly is shown in a position to continue the rotation angle of the ear 308 is fixed to the temple 304.

[0033] 本发明的一方面涉及一种可调整鼻梁。 [0033] In one aspect the present invention relates to an adjustable nose. 可调整鼻梁对头戴式计算机、尤其是具有计算机显示器的那些来说可能是重要的,以确保显示器和/或头戴式计算机的其它部分的舒适和对准。 Adjustable nose is likely to be those of the head mounted computer, a computer display having especially important, to ensure a comfortable and alignment of the other portion of the display and / or a head mounted computer. 图6图示出具有可调整鼻梁602的HWC 102。 HWC FIG. 6 illustrates an adjustable nose bridge 602 102. 鼻梁可通过HWC 102中的机构来调整。 Nose can be adjusted by means of HWC 102. 在实施例中,所述机构包括固定的凹口附件604、被适配成配合到凹口附件604的凹口中的活动销608以及被附连到活动销608的选择器件610。 In an embodiment, the mechanism comprises a fixed attachment recess 604 is adapted to fit into the recess 608 Annex movable pin recess 604 and is attached to the movable pin 608 of the selection device 610. 活动销608和鼻梁602被连接,使得随着活动销608移动就位时,鼻梁602也移动就位。 Movable pins 608 and 602 are connected to the bridge, such as when the movable pin 608 moved into position, the nose 602 is also moved into position. 选择器件610促使活动销608在按压并被允许缩回时与固定的凹口附件604卡合和分离。 Event selection device 610 causes the pressing pin 608 and allow the fixed attachment recess 604 engaging the retracted and separated. 如图6中所示,选择器件610并未处于被按下位置,因此活动销608与凹口附件604卡合,使得鼻梁被牢固地附连在稳定位置上。 As shown in FIG. 6, the selection device 610 is not in a position to be pressed, so that the movable pin 608 and the attachment 604 engaged with the recess, so that the nose is firmly attached in a stable position. 图7图示出其中选择器件被按下或激活、使得活动销608不再与固定的凹口附件604卡合的情形。 7 illustrates an example in which selection device is pressed or activated, such that the movable pin 608 is no longer the case and the fixed attachment recess 604 engaged. 这允许鼻梁602相对于HWC 102的其余部分上下移动。 This allows the nose portion 602 relative to the remainder of HWC 102 moves up and down. 一旦活动销608与凹口附件604的凹口对准,则两个部分可卡合而将鼻梁重新固定在HffC 102中。 Once the movable pins 608 and attachment recess 604 is aligned with the recess, the two parts may be re-engages the fixed nose in HffC 102.

[0034] 在实施例中,HffC 102的侧臂可包括音频插孔(未示出),并且音频插孔可以可磁性附连到侧臂。 [0034] In an embodiment, the side arm HffC 102 may include an audio jack (not shown), and the audio can be magnetically attached to the side arm. 例如,镜腿区段304或耳角区段308可具有可磁性附连音频插孔,其具有与HWC102中的音频系统相关联的音频信号导线。 For example, the temple or ear sections 304 may have a corner portion 308 magnetically attached to the audio jack, an audio signal having audio HWC102 wires and associated systems. 磁性附件可包括在一端上(例如在耳机端或侧臂端上)的一个或多个磁体和在另一端上的磁性传导材料。 It may include a magnetic attachment on one end (e.g., at the end of the earphone end or side arm) one or more magnets and the magnetic conductive material on the other end. 在其它实施例中,附件的两端可具有相反极性的磁体,以产生用于耳机的更强磁结合)。 In other embodiments, the attachment may have ends of opposite polarity of the magnet to generate a magnetic headset more binding). 在实施例中,音频信号导线或磁连接可包括用以检测耳机何时被从HffC 102分离的传感器电路。 In an embodiment, the audio signal may include a wire or magnetically connected to detect when the headset is separated from the sensor circuit HffC 102. 这在其中穿戴者正在不存在持续的音频处理(例如在具有沉默时段的情况下倾听人谈话)时的时段期间穿戴耳机的情况下可以有用。 It can be useful when wearing the headset during a period when it is not there is a continuous audio processing in which the wearer (for example in the case of having to listen to people talk silent period). 在实施例中,在耳机被分离的情况下,另一侧的耳机可播放音调、声音、信号等。 In an embodiment, when the earphone is separated, the other side of the headset may play a tone, sound, signals and the like. 在实施例中,可在计算机显示器中显示分离的指示。 In an embodiment, an indication may be displayed in a separate computer monitor.

[0035] 在实施例中,HWC 102可具有振动系统,其振动以向穿戴者警告某些感测到的条件。 [0035] In an embodiment, HWC 102 may have a vibration system, the vibration to alert certain sensed conditions to the wearer. 在实施例中,振动系统(例如,快速地移动而在HffC 102中引起振动的致动器)可被安装在侧臂(例如镜腿区段304或耳角308)中、在顶部底座312中等。 In an embodiment, the vibration system (e.g., rapidly moved in the HffC 102 causes vibration of the actuator) can be mounted on the side arm (e.g. temple or ear sections 304 angle 308), the top of the base 312 Medium . 在实施例中,振动系统可能能够引起可指示不同条件的不同振动模式。 In an embodiment, the vibration can cause the system may be indicative of different vibration modes of different conditions. 例如,振动系统可包括可以通过计算机输入来调节的多模式振动系统、压电振动系统、变速马达等,并且HffC 102中的处理器可向振动系统发送控制信号以生成适当的振动模式。 For example, the system may include a vibration can be adjusted by a computer system input multi-mode vibration, piezoelectric vibration systems, variable speed motor or the like, and a processor HffC 102 may send a control signal to the vibration system to generate the appropriate vibration mode. 在实施例中,HWC 102可与其它设备相关联(例如通过蓝牙、WiFi等),并且振动控制信号可与跟其它设备相关联的传感器相关联。 In an embodiment, HWC 102 may be associated with other devices (e.g. via Bluetooth, WiFi, etc.), and the vibration sensor and the control signal may be associated with other devices associated. 例如,可通过蓝牙将HWC 102连接到汽车,使得汽车中的(一个或多个)传感器可以引起用于振动系统的振动模式的激活。 For example, via Bluetooth connection to the car HWC 102, so that the automobile (s) used to activate the sensors may cause vibration mode system. 汽车可例如确定存在事故风险(例如驾驶员睡着了、汽车离开其车道、穿戴者前面的汽车停止或正在减速、汽车中的雷达指示风险等的风险),并且汽车的系统然后可经由蓝牙连接向HffC 102发送命令以促使在HffC 102中发起振动音调。 May be determined, for example, car accident risk is present (such as a driver asleep, car out of its lane, car stopped in front of the wearer or decelerating, indicating the risk of radar risk of automobiles), and then the car may be connected via a Bluetooth system HffC 102 sends a command to initiate vibration to cause the tone HffC 102.

[0036] 本发明的另一方面涉及一种用于HWC 102的可移除且可替换的扬声器组件。 [0036] Another aspect of the present invention relates to a speaker assembly for HWC 102 may be removable and replaceable. 存在期望不同的扬声器类型或者扬声器可能故障的时候。 The presence of different types of desired speaker or the speaker may malfunction when. 因此期望具有用户可移除且可替换的扬声器组件。 Therefore desirable to have a user removable and replaceable loudspeaker assembly. 为了促进扬声器组件的移除和重新附连,可包括磁性或磁性附连系统。 In order to facilitate the removal of the loudspeaker assembly and reattached, may comprise a magnetic or a magnetic attachment system. 例如,扬声器组件和头戴式计算机可包括磁性元件,使得可以通过施加压力来将扬声器移除并通过使两个区段相互接近来进行替换。 For example, head-mounted computer and speaker assembly may include a magnetic member, so that the speaker can be removed by applying pressure and be replaced by the two sections close to each other. 在另一示例中,扬声器或头戴式计算机可具有可以与之相互作用以移除扬声器的按钮、滑块等。 In another example, a computer may have a speaker or a head may interact in order to remove the speaker buttons, sliders and so on. 在实施例中,扬声器组件可具有耳塞、耳机、听筒、头戴受话器、外耳扬声器等形状因数。 In an embodiment, the speaker assembly may have ear, headphones, an earpiece, headphones, speakers, etc. auricle form factor. 在实施例中,扬声器组件可包括用以向用户提供触觉反馈的振动系统。 In an embodiment, the speaker assembly may include a vibration system for providing tactile feedback to the user. 在实施例中,可向用户的两只耳朵提供此类可移除且可替换的扬声器系统。 In an embodiment, may provide such a removable and replaceable loudspeaker system to the user's ears.

[0037]图8图示出其中HWC 102与扬声器系统相关联的若干实施例。 [0037] FIG 8 illustrates an embodiment in which several embodiments HWC 102 associated with the speaker system. 耳塞802可用磁性系统或机械系统或其组合被可移除地附连到HffC 102。 Earplug 802 system available magnetic or mechanical systems or a combination thereof is removably attached to HffC 102. 扬声器804也可被以类似方式可移除地附连到HWC 102。 Speaker 804 in a similar manner may also be removably attached to the HWC 102. 扬声器804可被定位成朝着用户的耳朵发出声音而实际上并不位于耳朵中。 Speakers 804 may be positioned to emit sound towards the user's ear and the ear is not actually located. 此配置可为用户提供更大的环境听力,因为耳朵将不会被耳塞、听筒等阻挡。 This configuration provides a larger listening environment for users, because the ear will not be earbuds, an earpiece, etc. barrier. 扬声器804可产生音频波和/或超声波,其在其通过空气被发射时被转换成音频。 Speakers 804 may generate audio waves and / or ultrasonic waves, it is converted into audio when it is transmitted through the air. 当使用超声波换能器时,可包括超过一个频率换能器。 When the ultrasonic transducer may comprise more than one frequency of the transducer. 针对关于从超声波产生声音的参考可参见http://en.m.wikipedia.0rg/wiki/Sound_from_ultrasound 和http://www.ho losonics.com。 For reference on produce from the ultrasonic sound can be found in http: //en.m.wikipedia.0rg/wiki/Sound_from_ultrasound and http: //www.ho losonics.com. 扬声器和/或压电振动系统808被描绘为被集成到镜腿中。 A speaker and / or a piezoelectric vibration system 808 is depicted as being integrated into the temple. 在实施例中,可将此模块集成,使得其可以被移除和替换,并且其还可以被适配使得其并不悬挂在镜腿件下面。 In an embodiment, this module may be integrated, so that it may be removed and replaced, and it may also be adapted such that it does not hang below the temple member. 本文所述的可移除且可替换的扬声器系统中的每一个可包括被HffC 102控制的振动系统(例如压电电路)。 The removable and replaceable speaker systems described herein may each comprise a vibrating system being controlled HffC 102 (such as a piezoelectric circuit).

[0038] 在实施例中,头戴式计算机可包括镜腿部分,其被机械地固定到计算机显示器并被适配成将计算机显示器定位于用户的眼睛前方,并且所述镜腿部分包括扬声器附件,其中,扬声器附件被适配成将扬声器组件牢固地定位并使扬声器组件与在头戴式计算机内部的电子件电关联,并促进用户进行扬声器组件与镜腿部分的释放和重新固定。 [0038] In an embodiment, the computer may include a head-mounted temple portion which is mechanically secured to and adapted to the computer display computer display located in front of the eyes of the user, the temple and the attachment portion includes a speaker wherein the accessory is adapted to the speaker fixedly positioned speaker assembly speaker assembly and associated electrical and electronic parts inside the head-mounted computer, a speaker for the user and facilitate release assembly portion of the temple and re-fixed. 扬声器附件可包括磁性元件、活动机械元件等或其组合以将扬声器系统固定到HffC 102和解除固定。 Loudspeaker accessory may include a magnetic member, the movable mechanical elements and the like, or combinations thereof to the speaker system to a HffC 102 and unfixed. 扬声器组件可具有被适配成被插入用户的外耳中、覆盖用户的外耳的至少一部分、覆盖用户的基本上全部外耳、将扬声器定位于镜腿组件下面和用户的耳朵上面、将扬声器定位于镜腿组件的下面和用户的耳朵前方、使扬声器朝着耳朵成角度等的形状因数。 Speaker assembly may be adapted to have at least a portion is inserted into the outer ear of the user, the user's auricle cover, covering substantially all of the user's outer ear, the speaker is positioned below the mirror assembly and the user's leg above the ear, the speaker is positioned in the mirror the front legs of the user and below the ear component, the speaker angled toward the ear like shape factor. 扬声器系统还可具有用以向用户提供触觉反馈的振动系统。 The speaker system may also have a vibration system to provide tactile feedback to the user. 该触觉反馈可与在计算机显示器中呈现的游戏、在HWC 102上运行的应用程序等相协调。 The tactile feedback can be, like the application running on the HWC 102 in coordination with a computer display presented in the game. 在实施例中,在两个扬声器系统中都提供了振动系统以立体地和/或在用户头的两侧或任一侧上提供可控触觉反馈。 In an embodiment, the two speaker system provides a vibration system in perspective and / or provide a controlled haptic on one or both sides of any of the user's head feedback.

[0039] 在实施例中,扬声器系统与HWC 102之间的连接可位于除镜腿区段下面之外的位置。 [0039] In an embodiment, the connection between the speaker system and the HWC 102 may be located at a position other than the segment below the temple. 其可位于例如侧臂的一段的侧面、顶部、底部、末端上。 For example it may be located on the side section of the side arms, the top, bottom, end. 其可位于例如前桥上。 Which may be located, for example, the front axle. 在实施例中,可将扬声器系统连接到顶部或侧面部分,并且可将扬声器进一步定位成面朝前,远离用户的耳朵。 In an embodiment, the speaker system can be connected to the top or side portions, and may be further positioned forward facing speaker, away from the user's ear. 这可以是用于向其他人提供声音的有用配置。 This can be useful configured to provide sound to other people. 例如,此类配置可在用户想要向附近的人提供翻译时使用。 For example, such a configuration can be used when the user wants to provide translation to people in the vicinity. 用户可用一种语言说话,使该语言被翻译,并且然后通过面朝前的扬声器说出。 The user can speak a language, so the language is translated, and then say by the forward-facing speaker.

[0040] 扬声器系统的可移除性质对于分离情况而言可能是期望的,因此障碍不会将眼镜从用户扯掉或者硬拉到用户的耳朵上。 [0040] The removable nature of the speaker system for segregation may be desirable, and therefore will not be obstacles glasses or torn off from the user to the user's ear corkscrew. 可移除性质还可对其中用户想要互换扬声器类型或附连其它附件的模块化配置有用。 The removable nature of which may be configured with a speaker type or the user wants to interchange the modular attachment of other accessories. 例如,用户可能在一个点上想要耳塞且在另一点上想要开放式耳部扬声器配置,并且用户可能能够在给定此配置的情况下容易地进行交换。 For example, a user may want to point at the desired open ear and ear speaker disposed at another point, and the user may be able to be easily exchanged in the case of a given configuration. HWC102上的端口还可被适配成包括例如灯或传感器的其它附件。 Port can also be adapted to the HWC102 include other accessories such as lamps or sensors. 所述附件可具有环境光传感器以帮助控制例如在HWC 102显示器中使用的照明和对比度系统。 The accessory may have an ambient light sensor to help control systems such as lighting and contrast in the HWC 102 used in the display. 在实施例中,扬声器端口可被用作用于HffC 102的充电端口或用于HffC 102的数据端口。 In an embodiment, the speaker port 102 may be used as HffC charging port or the data port 102 for HffC.

[0041] 本发明的一方面涉及一种具有头戴式计算机的语言翻译系统。 In one aspect [0041] The present invention relates to a head-mounted computer language translation system. 在实施例中,头戴式计算机包括麦克风和音频通信系统。 In an embodiment, the head mounted computer includes a microphone and an audio communication system. 麦克风与处理器相关联并被用来记录穿戴头戴式计算机的人说的话。 A microphone associated with the processor and is used to record a head-mounted wearable computer to say it. 麦克风位于头戴式计算机中,使得穿戴头戴式计算机的人可以以正常音调和音量说话,并且麦克风将记录用户的话。 The microphone is located in the head-mounted computer, a head-mounted wearable computer so that a person can speak in a normal tone and volume, and the microphone records the user's words. 头戴式系统进一步被适配成将说的话转换成除说的话所表示的第一所说语言之外的语言,形成翻译语言。 The head-mounted system is further adapted to say converted into other words indicated by said first of said language than the language, the translation language form. 例如,如果用户正在用英语说话,则记录的用英语说的单词将被识别并转换成第二语言(例如西班牙语)。 For example, if a user is speaking English, the record will be identified said in English words and converted into a second language (such as Spanish). 转换的语言然后可以在音频系统中被播放,使得转换语言通过关联扬声器系统被播放。 The language conversion may then be played in the audio system, such that the language has been converted by the associated player speaker system.

[0042] 语言翻译系统中的扬声器可被有线或无线地连接到头戴式计算机。 [0042] The speaker language translation system may be wired or wirelessly to the head mounted computer. 扬声器还将具有足够的尺寸和功率以产生声强,使得对话距离处的人能够以对话水平听到声音。 Speakers will be of sufficient size and power to produce sound intensity, so that people from the dialogue at the level of dialogue in order to be able to hear the sound. 例如,扬声器可在距其5英尺的距离处产生在约30至40 db范围内的声音。 For example, a speaker may generate a sound in the range of about 30 to 40 db at a distance of 5 feet from it. 这是相对安静的对话声强,并且可在安静的声级环境中使用。 This is a relatively quiet conversation sound intensity, and can be used in a quiet environment sound level. 扬声器可在距其5英尺的距离处产生在约40至60 db范围内的声音。 Speakers may be generated in a range of about 40 to 60 db sound at a distance of 5 feet thereof. 这是中度声级,并且可在中度声级环境中使用。 This is a moderate sound level, and the sound level can be used in moderate environments. 扬声器可在距其5英尺的距离处产生在约60至80 db范围内的声音。 Speakers may be generated in the range of about 60 to 80 db sound at a distance of 5 feet thereof. 这是相对高声的声级,并且可在高声的环境中使用。 This is a relatively loud sound levels, and may be used in a loud environment. 扬声器可以强大到足以用于最大水平(例如80 db),并且音频系统可以可控至较低水平(例如30 db)。 Speaker may be strong enough for a maximum level (e.g. 80 db), and the audio system can be controlled to a lower level (e.g. 30 db). 在实施例中,来自扬声器的声级可根据环境中的声音而被自动地调节。 In an embodiment, the sound level from the speaker can be automatically adjusted according to the sound environment. 在实施例中,声级可被手动地调节。 In an embodiment, the sound level can be adjusted manually. 手动调节系统可通过手势控制、被适配成调节头戴式计算机的各方面的外部用户接口、安装在头戴式计算机上的控件等被调节。 Manual adjustment by gesture control system, external user interface is adapted to adjust various aspects of the head-mounted computer, controls mounted on the head-mounted computer and the like is adjusted. 手动调节系统可被扬声器本身上的控件调节。 The system may be adjusted manually adjust the controls on the speaker itself.

[0043] 在实施例中,扬声器被适配成位于与头戴式计算机分离地在其中其可以被机械地固定但将促使声音从与用户话语的方向类似的方向发出的位置处。 [0043] In an embodiment, the speaker adapted to be positioned with a head mounted separately from the computer where it can be mechanically fixed at a position, but will cause the sound emanating from the direction of the user's utterance in a similar direction. 例如,扬声器可在机械上被适配成配合到用户的衬衫口袋中。 For example, a speaker may be adapted to fit into a shirt pocket of the user on the machine. 这至少部分地将扬声器隐藏并将其固定,使得声音来自与用户的话语类似的方向。 This is at least partially hidden speaker and fixed, so that similar directional sound from the user's utterance. 扬声器可在机械上被适配成夹持到用户的衬衫上或者另外被适配成被适当地定位。 Speakers may be adapted to clamp onto the user's shirt mechanically or otherwise adapted to be positioned properly.

[0044] 头戴式计算机可进一步被适配成将翻译语言传送到扬声器,并在被头戴式计算机机械支撑的透视头戴式显示器中显示第一或第二语言的视觉表示。 [0044] The head-mounted computer may be further adapted to transmit to the speaker language translation, and head-mounted display is shown in perspective view a mechanical support head mounted computer language in the first or second visual representation. 例如,视觉表示可以是基于话而转换的源语言的表示,使得穿戴头戴式计算机的人可以看到作为转换过程的输出的语言作为确认。 For example, visual representation may be expressed based on the source language word is converted such that the human head-mounted wearable computer language can be seen as a process of converting the output as an acknowledgment. 这可以帮助避免错误传达。 This can help avoid miscommunication. 在转换过程不适当地转换所说语言的情况下,用户将能够修正系统,因为所述视觉表示将为其给出不适当转换的指示。 In the case of the conversion process converting said improper language, the user will be able to correct the system, since the visual representation would give an indication of its inappropriate conversion. 作为另一示例,视觉显示可表示已转换语言。 As another example, the visual display may represent the converted language. 这可帮助穿戴头戴式计算机的人学习第二语言。 This head-mounted wearable computer can help people learn a second language. 其还可在其中用户正在尝试说出第二语言且仅仅想要不时地来自头戴式系统的帮助的情况下有用。 It can also be useful in situations where the user is trying to speak a second language from time to time and just want to help head-mounted system. 例如,用户可将语言转换系统关掉,并然后在他发现自己缺乏对如何用第二语言说出某些东西的理解时将其开启。 For example, the user can turn off the language conversion system, and then he found himself in a lack of understanding of how to say something in a second language to turn it on. 一旦开启,转换系统可以通过向另一个人说出已转换语言和/或在透视显示器中显示单词或其它表示来帮助他。 Once opened, the conversion system can be converted to another language by speaking and / or display words or other representation in the see-through display to help him.

[0045] 在实施例中,用户可能能够将第一或第二语言的视觉表示关掉。 [0045] In an embodiment, the user may be able to first or second visual representation language off. 此用户控制可以在许多情况下有帮助。 This user control can be helpful in many cases. 例如,用户可能想要依赖于转换系统而不想要在其视场中呈现的语言的视觉表示的附加分心。 For example, a user may want to rely on additional conversion system and not want to be distracted presented in its field of view visual language of representation. 当用户想要向另一个人、情况或环境提供更大的注意力时情况可能如此。 When the user wants to provide greater attention to the other person, situation or environment may be the case. 该用户控制可用手势、外部用户接口、头戴式计算机安装的用户接口等来控制。 This user gesture control is available, external user interface, the user interface of the head-mounted computer-controlled installation. 用户接口还可在透视显示器中提供用户接口和/或用户接口的状态的视觉表示。 The user interface may also provide a user interface and / or the status of a user interface a visual representation of a perspective display.

[0046] 头戴式计算机中的语言转换系统的另一方面涉及通过扬声器系统产生的第二语言的可听音调的控制。 [0046] Another aspect relates to the control of the second language through the speaker system generates the audible tone language conversion system of the head mounted computer. 可存在其中自定义或预定可听音调的使用可能有用的情况。 Wherein there may be a custom or predefined audible tone may be useful in case of use. 例如,如果来自扬声器的可听音调近似用户自己的可听音调,则系统可在用户与收听者之间产生更人性的情形。 For example, if the audible tone from the speaker of the user's own approximate audible tone, the system may produce more human situation between the user and listener. 例如,翻译语言可基于用户说的话而具有可听频谱。 For example, language translation can have audible frequency spectrum based on the user said. 可听频谱可通过说的话的频谱的分析来确定。 Analysis spectrum of audible spectrum can say is determined. 分析可导致在向扬声器传送翻译语言时使用多个预定音调中的一个。 Analysis may lead to the use of one of a plurality of predetermined tone when transmitting to the speaker language translation. 例如,选定音调可以是男高音调、男中音调、男低音调、女高音调、女中音调、女低音调等。 For example, the tone may be selected tune tenor, baritone, tone, bass tone, tone soprano, mezzo tone alto tone like. 在实施例中,用户可手动地选择音调。 In an embodiment, the user can manually select the tone.

[0047] 在实施例中,分析说的话的可听音调并按特征分类,其中,所述特征定义频谱范围内的功率。 [0047] In an embodiment, said analysis of the audible tone, then press feature classification, wherein said power characteristic defined spectral range. 所述特征然后可以用来修改扬声器系统的音调。 The features may then be used to modify the tone of the speaker system. 例如,所述特征可指示那个人的语音中的高频范围不强大,因此可对由扬声器系统产生的音调应用具有范围抑制的频谱滤波器。 For example, the feature may be indicative that the individual high-frequency range of the speech is not strong, and therefore may have a spectral filter application range of inhibition of the tone produced by the loudspeaker system. 可使用一般地称为语音变形的技术来近似用户的语音。 It may be used generally as speech modification techniques to approximate the user's speech. 针对关于语音变形的附加信息,参见以下出版论文:Eng.Dept.,英国剑桥大学,D01: 10.1109/ICASSP.2004.1325909会议:Acoustics, Speech, and Signal Processing, 2004.会议记录.(ICASSP '04).1EEE Internat1nal Conference on,卷I。 For additional information about voice distortion, see the following publication papers: Eng.Dept, University of Cambridge, D01:. 10.1109 / ICASSP.2004.1325909 meeting: Acoustics, Speech, and Signal Processing, 2004. Conference Record (ICASSP '04).. 1EEE Internat1nal Conference on, volume I.

[0048] 本发明的另一方面涉及以计算机不会由于HffC 102的额外前面重量而从用户的鼻子滑落、但不会对用户造成不适的方式将头戴式计算机102固定到用户的头部。 Hand [0048] The present invention is directed to the front is not due to the extra weight HffC 102. slipping from the user's nose to the computer, but does not cause discomfort to the user head-mounted manner computer 102 to the user's head. 虽然已有人设计了使用两个侧臂之间的横向力来在用户的头的侧面挤压HWC臂的系统,但这种解决方案往往引起舒适度问题。 Although the system has been devised a transverse force between the two side arms to squeeze HWC arm side of the user's head, but such solutions tend to cause comfort problems. 在用户头上的挤压与非计算机眼镜相比必须是相对高的,以保持足以克服在眼镜前面的附加重量的压力而此高压往往引起舒适度问题。 Pressing the user's head compared with the non-computer glasses must be relatively high to maintain a pressure sufficient to overcome the weight of the additional front glasses and this tends to cause a high pressure comfort problems. 在本发明的实施例中,提供了基本上刚性的耳角,并且耳角的后端环绕用户头部周围并触碰用户的头。 In an embodiment of the present invention, there is provided a substantially rigid ears angle, angle around the ear and the rear end around the user touches the user's head and the head. 触碰点朝向用户的头的后面,使得其为HWC 102提供反作用力的点或面积,如果HWC 102由于HWC102的前面重量而试图向前或向下拉动用户的鼻子的话。 Touch point toward the back of the user's head such that it provides a reactive force point or area of HWC 102, if the weight of HWC 102 as the front or forward HWC102 attempt of pulling down, then the user's nose. 在实施例中,耳角的末端或末端附近的区段具有触垫。 In an embodiment, the end or near the end sections having a contact angle of the ear pad. 该触垫可由软材料制成,因此其在用户的头后面是舒适的。 The contact pads may be made of soft material, so it is comfortable behind the user's head. 在实施例中,可以安装触垫使得其具有角度灵活性。 In an embodiment, the contact pad may be mounted so that it has an angle flexibility. 角度灵活性允许触垫更好地与用户头上的触碰点对准,因此其可以提供反作用力,但是将力散布在一定面积上以获得更大的舒适度。 Flexibility allows the angle of contact pads to better align with the touch point of the user's head, so it can provide a reaction force, but the force spread over a certain area for greater comfort.

[0049] 在实施例中,提供了一种头戴式计算机,并且其具有透视计算机显示器,其被配置成被安装在用户的头上;侧臂,其被配置成将透视计算机显示器固定到用户的头部,所述侧臂进一步被配置成被定位成接近于用户的耳朵抵靠用户的头;以及所述侧臂包括刚性构件,其在用户的耳后延伸,轮廓确定成基本上遵循在用户耳朵后面的用户头部的弯曲,并且朝着用户头部的后部碰触用户的头的一部分,使得透视计算机显示器在用户眼睛前面的位置上保持基本上固定。 [0049] In an embodiment, there is provided a head mounted computer, and a computer having a display perspective, which is configured to be mounted on the head of a user; side arm, which is configured to secure the monitor to the computer user perspective the head, the side arms further being configured to be positioned proximate to the user's ear against the head of the user; and the side arm comprises a rigid member extending behind a user's ear, to substantially follow the contour determination behind the head of the user bending the user's ear, and touch a portion of the user's head toward the rear of the user's head, so that computer display perspective held in substantially fixed position on the front of the user's eye.

[0050] 在实施例中,刚性构件被可移除地固定到侧臂的镜腿部分(如在本文中的别处所述)。 [0050] In an embodiment, the rigid member is removably secured to the side portion of the temple arms (as described elsewhere herein). 所述刚性构件可以可伸缩地调整以适应用户的头。 The rigid member may be telescopically adjusted to suit the user's head. 所述刚性构件可提供有用于调整伸缩调整的棘齿式固定机构。 The rigid member may be provided with a ratchet mechanism for adjusting the fixing of the telescopic adjustment. 所述刚性构件可提供有用于调整伸缩调整的可旋转式固定机构,或者可提供另一样式固定机构。 The rigid member may be provided with a rotatable fixing means for adjusting the telescopic adjustment, a fixed pattern or other means may be provided. 刚性构件可在刚性构件的后端处碰触用户的头的一部分。 The rigid member may be touching a portion of the user's head at the rear end of the rigid member. 刚性构件的后端可包括触垫。 The rear end of the rigid member may include a touch-pad. 触垫可由软材料制成以增加触摸面积的舒适度和表面面积。 Contact pads may be made of soft material to increase comfort and surface area of the touch area. 触垫可被附连成使得其具有角度灵活性,使得触垫改变位置以增加与用户头的后部接触的触摸表面。 Contact pads may be attached such that it has flexibility to an angle, so that changing the position of contact pads to increase the touch surface in contact with the rear of the head of the user.

[0051]图9图示出安装在用户的头上的HWC 102oHWC 102具有透视光学件模块204、镜腿部分304、刚性耳角904和头部触垫902。 HWC [0051] FIG. 9 illustrates the user's head mounted 102oHWC 102 having a perspective view of the optical element module 204, the temple portion 304, 904 and the head angle of the rigid ear contact pads 902. 如在本文中的别处所述,刚性耳角904可以是可移除且可替换的。 As described elsewhere herein, rigid ear angle 904 may be removable and replaceable. 这在例如期望耳角从一个类型至另一个或从一个尺寸至另一个的交换时可以有用。 This is desirable, for example from one ear to the other angle may be useful when a type or size to another from the exchange. 刚性耳角904可由铝、铝管、碳纤维或相对硬的其它材料制成。 Ear 904 may be rigid angle of aluminum, aluminum, carbon fiber or other material that is relatively stiff. 该硬度应是提供横向非柔性、使得触垫902可以以高度面朝后的向量施加反作用力的水平。 This should provide a lateral stiffness inflexible, the contact pads 902 such that the horizontal reaction force may be applied to the face height of a vector. 刚性耳角904中的过多柔性在HWC 102的重量向前/向下拉动鼻子时能够减小力的面朝后的向量。 Rigid ears angle 904 is too flexible when the weight of HWC 102 forwardly / downwardly pulling force vector can be reduced nose facing the rear. 在实施例中,可提供刚性耳角904的多个不同长度、形状、硬度等,因此用户可以选择最佳地服务于其目的的装置。 In an embodiment, the rigidity may be provided a plurality of different angles ear length, shape, hardness, etc. 904, the user can select the best means to serve its purpose. 头部触垫902可由软材料、可锻材料等制成以向用户提供舒适度并增加头部触摸表面。 Head contact pads 902 may be made of a soft material, made of wrought material and the like to provide comfort to the user and increase the head touch surface. 头部触垫902还可以这种方式安装,即头部触垫902可以在其被施压时弯曲和/或改变角度。 Head contact pads 902 may also be mounted such a manner that the head contact pads 902 may be bent and / or changing the angle when it is pressed. 头部触垫902可例如被用铰接或枢轴机构安装在刚性耳角904上,使得当HWC 102被放在用户的头上时,头部触垫902本身与用户的头对准。 Head contact pads 902 may be, for example, by hinge or pivot means mounted on the rigid lug angle 904, such that when the HWC 102 is placed in the user's head, the head itself and the contact pads 902 aligned with the user's head. 此配置可增加头部触垫902与用户的头之间的触摸表面面积,并且产生较大的反作用力以防止HffC 102的滑动或移动。 This configuration can increase the surface area of the head touching the contact pad 902 and between the user's head, and a greater reaction force to prevent slippage or movement of HffC 102.

[0052] 在实施例中,HWC 102的侧臂与具有刚性侧臂904和头部触垫902—起被设计成在用户的头上施加向内横向压力,但是该横向压力被减小,因此其不是不舒适的。 [0052] In an embodiment, the side arm 102 and HWC contact pads having rigid side arm 904 and the head 902 is designed to apply inwardly from transverse pressure on the user's head, but this lateral pressure is reduced, and therefore it is not uncomfortable. 在这些实施例中,除通过由侧臂施加的向内横向力所施加的反作用力之外,耳角904和头部触垫902也引起显著的反作用力。 In these embodiments, in addition to the reaction force exerted by the lateral inward force exerted by the side arms, ears 904 and the head angle of contact pads 902 also caused a significant reaction.

[0053] 本发明的另一方面涉及头戴式计算机的热管理。 Hand [0053] The present invention relates to a head-mounted thermal management computer. 在实施例中,头戴式计算机是具有无限连接的高性能独立式计算机,其中,电子件是紧凑的以配合到眼镜式形状因数中。 In an embodiment, the head mount is a high-performance computer with unlimited standalone computer connection, wherein the electronic device is compact to fit into the eyeglass-type form factor. 在实施例中,主要的热量产生电子件是在头戴式计算机的镜片的顶部上的梁区段的上部中(例如,如结合图3B所述)。 In an embodiment, the primary member is a heat generating electronics (e.g., as described in conjunction with FIG. 3B) of the upper beam section head mounted on top of the lens in the computer. 本文所述的热管理技术管理热量,使得系统可以在高温环境(例如55摄氏度环境)下操作,并且为用户保持舒适的温度(例如,沿着前额区段在70摄氏度以下)。 Thermal management techniques described herein, the heat management, so that the system can be operated at high temperature (e.g. 55 C environment), and maintain a comfortable temperature for the user (e.g., along the forehead section 70 degrees Celsius).

[0054]图3B图示出头戴式计算机的实施例,其中,电子件被容纳在眼镜形状因数的镜片之上的上梁区段中。 [0054] FIG 3B illustrates an embodiment of a head-mounted computer, wherein the electronic device is housed on the form factor of the eyeglass lens on the beam section. 这被称为顶部底座312。 This is referred to as a top of the base 312. 顶部底座312可包括用来形成全功能计算机的电子件中的大部分。 Top of the base 312 may comprise for most of the electronics of a fully functional computer is formed. 这可包括处理器、存储器、传感器、相机、光学驱动系统等。 This may include a processor, a memory, a sensor, a camera, an optical drive system. 在本实施例中,电池被容纳在侧臂的镜腿部分中。 In the present embodiment, the battery is housed in the side portion of the temple arm. 顶部底座312可包括其中容纳并固定有(一个或多个)电路板的腔体。 Wherein the top of the base 312 may include a receiving cavity and fixed (one or more) of the circuit board. 顶部底座还可包括被设计成安装在腔体顶部上使得其形成外壳的一部分的顶板1000。 It may further include a top chassis designed to be mounted such that it forms part of the top plate 1000 on top of the housing cavity. 在实施例中,顶板1000被设计成从电路板和/或安装在电路板上的部件接收热量,并且然后将热量消散到头戴式计算机周围的环境中。 In an embodiment, the top plate 1000 is designed from the circuit board and / or a head-mounted computer environment surrounding the components mounted on the circuit board receiving heat and then dissipated into heat.

[0055]图10图示出实施例顶板1000的多角度视图。 [0055] FIG. 10 illustrates an embodiment 1000 of the multi-angle view of the top plate. 顶板外视图1002图示出顶板1002的顶部上的散热片。 Roof view illustrating an outer fins 1002 on top of the top plate 1002. 所述散热片在成品头戴式计算机组件的外面,并且将热量消散到周围环境中。 The fins on the outside of the finished head mounted computer components, and the heat is dissipated to the surrounding environment. 顶板前视图1004图示出顶板的前面角度。 Front view of the top plate 1004 illustrates a front perspective of the top plate. 顶板内视图1008图示出顶板的底视图。 View of the top plate 1008 illustrates a bottom view of the top plate. 底部是在完全组装的头戴式计算机中的电路板腔体的内部上的部分。 A bottom portion of the internal cavity of the head mounted on a circuit board in the computer is completely assembled. 顶板1000的底部可具有用以促进与电路板和/或电路板上的部件的机械和热连接的特征。 The bottom of the top plate 1000 may have features to facilitate the circuit board member, and / or the circuit board and thermally connected mechanically. 例如,在图1O中所示的实施例中,顶板1000包括内部部件热连接垫1010。 For example, in the embodiment shown in FIG. 1O, the top plate 1000 includes an inner member thermally connected to the pad 1010. 热连接垫1010可被适配成与内部电路板和/或电路板上的部件(例如处理器、存储器或其它热量产生部件)机械且热连接。 Thermal connection pad 1010 may be adapted to and / or the internal components of the circuit board and the circuit board (e.g. a processor, memory, or other heat generating member) mechanically and thermally connected. 所述组件可在顶板1000与电路板和/或电路板部件之间具有中间材料(例如,散热板,其被设计成从部件或部件集合接收热量且然后将热量散布在面积、导热膏、胶、垫或其它促进材料上)。 The assembly may have an intermediate material 1000 between the circuit board and / or circuit board top plate member (e.g., the heat radiating plate, which is designed to receive heat from a component or collection of components and then to the area of the heat spreader, thermal paste, gum , mat or other material to promote). 在实施例中,将导热材料放置在电路板和/或(一个或多个)电路板部件与顶板1000的热连接垫1010之间以消除否则可能由于组件中的部件的机械失配而产生的任何气隙。 In an embodiment, the thermally conductive material placed on the circuit board, and / or (one or more) of the circuit board and the heat of the top plate member 1000 is connected between the pad 1010 or may be generated in order to eliminate a mismatch due to the mechanical assembly of the components any air gaps. 这可以进一步促进从(一个或多个)热量产生部件(例如处理器)到热连接垫1010且通过散热片外出到周围环境的热传递。 This may further facilitate heat transfer generating member (e.g. a processor) thermally connected to the pads 1010 and through the heat sink out from (one or more) of heat to the surroundings. 本发明人在热测试设备中使用了来自Fujupoly的导热材料。 The present invention uses a thermally conductive material in thermal Fujupoly from test equipment. 此材料具有所宣称的11 Watt/mk的导热率。 This material has the claimed 11 Watt / mk in thermal conductivity. Watt/mk是用于热界面材料的热效率的测量单位。 Watt / mk is a measure of the thermal interface material for thermal efficiency.

[0056]图11图示出关于具有如本文所述的顶板1000组件的头戴式计算机的某些测试结果。 [0056] FIG. 11 illustrates some of the test results for the top plate 1000 having a head-mounted computer such as the assembly described herein. 将头戴式计算机置于55摄氏度下的环境舱中。 The head-mounted computer in an environmental chamber at 55 degrees Celsius. 然后开启头戴式计算机并观察顶板1000的温度。 The head-mounted computer and then turn observe the temperature of the top plate 1000. 还观察处理器的操作。 Operation of the processor is also observed. 如可以看到的,顶板1000的最大温度保持在70摄氏度以下。 As can be seen, the maximum temperature of the top plate 1000 is maintained at 70 degrees Celsius. 虽然70摄氏度仍是相当热的最大温度,但散热片使得组件被人类触摸起来是舒适的。 Although 70 C is still very hot maximum temperature, the heat sink assembly is such that the human is comfortable to the touch. 除保持可接受的外部组件温度之外,处理器纵贯整个测试过程继续操作,这相比于现有技术而目是明显的优点。 In addition to maintaining an external component outside the acceptable temperature, the processor continues to operate throughout the test runs, which compared to the prior art and advantages will be apparent purpose.

[0057] 虽然已经用特征、系统、计算机过程和/或方法特定的语言描述了HffC的实施例,但所附权利要求不必然地局限于所述的特定特征、系统、计算机过程和/或方法。 [0057] Although use features, systems, computer process and / or methods described in language specific embodiments HffC, but are not necessarily limited to the specific features according to the appended claims, a system, computer process and / or methods . 相反地,特定特征、系统、计算机过程和/或方法是作为HWC的非限制性示例实施方式而公开的。 Rather, the specific features, systems, computer process and / or methods HWC as non-limiting examples and embodiments disclosed. 藉此通过引用结合在本文中参考的所有文献。 Whereby the combination of all literature references herein by reference.

[0058] 例证性方法、系统、用户接口、显示器、计算机、光学件以及模块 [0058] The illustrative method, system, user interface, a display, a computer, and the optical element module

在某些实施例中,可在以下各条中描述或者另外在本文中描述头戴式计算机的配置,并且如图3A、3B、3C、4、5A、5B、5CdD、5E以及5F中所示。 In certain embodiments, the pieces may be described in the following configuration in the head-mounted or otherwise described herein, the computer, and FIG. 3A, 3B, in FIG. 3C, 4,5A, 5B, 5CdD, 5E and 5F .

[0059] 1.一种头戴式计算机,包括: [0059] A head-mounted computer, comprising:

a.第一侧臂,包括镜腿区段和耳角区段; A. A first side arm, including the temple and ear sections angular segments;

b.镜腿区段,包括固定附连系统;以及 . B temple sections, comprising a fixed attachment system; and

c.耳角区段,包括被适配成与固定附连系统相配合的插销,其中,当施加压力以将耳角区段从镜腿区段拉离时,耳角区段安全地与镜腿区段分离,并且耳角区段被适配成绕着插销旋转,促使耳角位于折叠位置;其中,所述折叠位置包括用于第二侧臂在第一侧臂顶部上完全折叠的空隙。 c. ears angular segments, comprising adapted to cooperate with the fixed latch attachment system, wherein, when the angle section to the ear pulled away from the temple zone pressure is applied, ear safely and mirror angular segments leg sections separated, the ear and is adapted to rotate about a corner section of the rotary latch, causes angular lug folded position; wherein the second side arm comprises a folding position on the top side of the first arm fully folded clearance for .

[0060] 2.第I条的头戴式计算机,其中,所述镜腿区段还包括电池舱。 [0060] 2. The head-mounted computer section I, wherein the mirror leg further comprises a battery compartment portion.

[0061] 3.第I条的头戴式计算机,其中,所述第一侧臂被可旋转地附连到梁区段,其中,所述梁区段保持透视镜片。 [0061] 3. The head-mounted computer section I, wherein the first side arm is rotatably attached to the beam sections, wherein the beam sections perspective view of the lens holder.

[0062] 4.第3条的头戴式计算机,其中,所述透视镜片被定位成使得其被保持在穿戴头戴式计算机的人的眼睛前方。 [0062] 4. The head mounted computer of 3, wherein said lens is a perspective positioned such that it is held in front of the head-mounted wearable computer of the human eye.

[0063] 5.第I条的头戴式计算机,其中,所述固定附连系统进一步被适配成当固定附连系统旋转时释放插销。 The head-mounted computer [0063] 5. The article I, wherein the fixed attachment system is further adapted to be fixedly attached when the release pin when the rotation system is connected.

[0064] 在某些实施方式中,可在以下各条中描述或者另外在本文中描述头戴式计算机的配置,并且如图8中所示。 [0064] In certain embodiments, the pieces may be described in the following configuration in the head-mounted or otherwise described herein, the computer, and as shown in Fig.

[0065] 1.一种头戴式计算机,包括: [0065] A head-mounted computer, comprising:

a.镜腿部分,其被机械地固定到计算机显示器并被适配成将计算机显示器定位于用户眼睛前方;以及 . A temple portion which is mechanically secured to and adapted to the computer display computer display positioned in front of the user's eye; and

b.镜腿部分包括扬声器附件,其中,所述扬声器附件被适配成: . B temple attachment portion includes a speaker, wherein the speaker attachment is adapted to:

1.将扬声器组件牢固地定位并使扬声器组件与在头戴式计算机内部的电子件电关联;以及 1. The speaker assembly fixedly positioned and electrically associated with the electronic element assembly inside the head-mounted speaker computer; and

i1.促进用户将扬声器组件与镜腿部分释放和重新固定。 I1. facilitate user temple speaker assembly and re-release portion fixed.

[0066] 2.第I条的头戴式计算机,其中,所述扬声器附件包括磁性元件。 [0066] 2. The head-mounted computer article I, wherein said magnetic element comprises a loudspeaker accessory.

[0067] 3.第I条的头戴式计算机,其中,所述扬声器附件包括将扬声器组件固定和解除固定的活动机械元件。 [0067] 3. The article I of a head-mounted computer, wherein said accessory includes a movable mechanical element speaker speaker assembly of fixed and unfixed.

[0068] 4.第I条的头戴式计算机,其中,所述扬声器组件具有被适配成插入用户的外耳中的形状因数。 The head-mounted computer [0068] 4. The article I, wherein the speaker assembly having a form factor adapted to be inserted into the user's outer ear.

[0069] 5.第I条的头戴式计算机,其中,所述扬声器组件具有被适配成覆盖用户的外耳的至少一部分的形状因数。 The head-mounted computer [0069] 5. The article I, wherein the speaker assembly having a cover adapted to the user's auricle at least a portion of the form factor.

[0070] 6.第I条的头戴式计算机,其中,所述扬声器组件具有被适配成覆盖用户的外耳的形状因数。 The head-mounted computer [0070] 6. The article I, wherein the speaker assembly having a cover adapted to the user's auricle form factor.

[0071] 7.第I条的头戴式计算机,其中,所述扬声器组件具有被适配成将扬声器定位于镜腿组件下面和用户的耳朵上面的形状因数。 The head-mounted computer [0071] 7. The article I, wherein the speaker assembly having a speaker adapted to the temple assembly positioned below and above the ear of the user form factor.

[0072] 8.第I条的头戴式计算机,其中,所述扬声器组件具有被适配成将扬声器定位于镜腿组件下面和用户的耳朵前方的形状因数。 [0072] 8. The head-mounted computer section I, wherein the speaker assembly having a form factor adapted to the ear in front of the speaker assembly is positioned below the temple and the user.

[0073] 9.第7条的头戴式计算机,其中,所述扬声器组件产生一定频率的超声波,其在超声波进入空中时被转换成音频。 [0073] 9. The head-mounted computer article 7, wherein said speaker assembly a certain frequency ultrasonic waves, it is converted into audio during ultrasonic entering air.

[0074] 10.第I条的头戴式计算机,其中,所述扬声器组件包括被适配成被头戴式计算机控制的振动系统。 [0074] 10. The article I of a head-mounted computer, wherein said speaker assembly includes a vibration control system is adapted to a head mounted computer.

[0075] 11.第10条的头戴式计算机,其中,所述振动系统包括压电电路。 [0075] 11. The head mounted computer section 10, wherein the circuit comprises a piezoelectric vibration system.

[0076] 12.第11条的头戴式计算机,其中,所述振动系统被适配成向用户提供触觉反馈。 [0076] 12. The article 11 of the head-mounted computer, wherein said vibration system is adapted to provide tactile feedback to the user.

[0077] 13.第11条的头戴式计算机,其中,所述触觉反馈与在计算机显示器中呈现的游戏相关联。 [0077] 13. The article 11 of the head-mounted computer, wherein the feedback associated with a game presentation on a computer display said haptic.

[0078] 14.第11条的头戴式计算机,其中,所述触觉反馈与在头戴式计算机上执行的应用程序相关联。 [0078] 14. The article head-mounted computer 11, wherein the tactile feedback associated with an application executing on a head mounted computer.

[0079] 15.第11条的头戴式计算机,其中,接近于用户的第二只耳朵提供第二振动系统。 [0079] 15. The article head-mounted computer 11, which is close to the user's second ear to provide a second vibration system.

[0080] 在某些实施方式中,可在以下各条中描述或者另外在本文中描述头戴式计算机的配置,并且如图9中所示。 [0080] In certain embodiments, the pieces may be described in the following configuration in the head-mounted or otherwise described herein, the computer, and as shown in Fig.

[0081] 1.一种头戴式计算机,包括: [0081] A head-mounted computer, comprising:

a.透视计算机显示器,其被配置成被安装在用户的头上; . A perspective view of a computer display that is configured to be installed in the user's head;

b.侧臂,其被配置成将透视计算机显示器固定到用户的头部,所述侧臂进一步被配置成被定位成接近于用户的耳朵抵靠用户的头;以及 . B side arm, which is configured to secure the monitor to the perspective view of the computer user's head, the side arms further being configured to be positioned close to the ear of a user against the user's head; and

c.所述侧臂包括刚性构件,其在用户耳朵的后面延伸,轮廓确定成基本上遵循在用户耳朵后面的用户头部的弯曲,并且朝着用户头部的后部碰触用户的头的一部分,使得透视计算机显示器在用户眼睛前方的位置上保持基本上固定。 c. The side arm comprises a rigid member extending behind the ear of a user, the profile is determined substantially follow the curved back of the head of the user the user's ear, and touch the user's head toward the rear of the head of the user part, so that the computer displays a perspective held substantially fixed in a position in front of the eyes of the user.

[0082] 2.第I条的头戴式计算机,其中,所述刚性构件被可移除地固定到侧臂的镜腿部分。 [0082] 2. The head-mounted computer section I, wherein the rigid member is removably secured to the temple portion of the side arm.

[0083] 3.第I条的头戴式计算机,其中,所述刚性构件是可伸缩地调整的以适应用户的头。 The head-mounted computer [0083] 3. The article I, wherein the rigid member is telescopically adjustable to suit the user's head.

[0084] 4.第3条的头戴式计算机,其中,所述刚性构件被提供有用于调整伸缩调整的棘齿式固定机构。 [0084] 4. A head-mounted computer of article 3, wherein said rigid member is provided with a ratchet mechanism for adjusting the fixing of the telescopic adjustment.

[0085] 5.第3条的头戴式计算机,其中,所述刚性构件被提供有用于调整伸缩调整的可旋转式固定机构。 [0085] The head-mounted computer of article 3, wherein said rigid member is provided with a rotatable fixing means for adjusting the telescopic adjustment.

[0086] 6.第I条的头戴式计算机,其中,所述刚性构件在刚性构件的后端处碰触用户的头的一部分。 [0086] 6. The head-mounted computer section I, wherein the rigid member of the head portion of a user's touch at the rear end of the rigid member.

[0087] 7.第6条的头戴式计算机,其中,所述刚性构件的后端包括触垫。 [0087] 7. The head-mounted computer Article 6, wherein said rigid member comprises a rear contact pads.

[0088] 8.第7条的头戴式计算机,其中,所述触垫是软的。 [0088] 8. Article 7 of the head-mounted computer, wherein the touch pad is soft.

[0089] 9.第7条的头戴式计算机,其中,所述触垫具有角度灵活性,使得触垫改变位置以增加与用户头的后部接触的触摸表面。 [0089] 9. Article 7 of the head-mounted computer, wherein the touch pad has angular flexibility, so that changing the position of contact pads to increase the touch surface in contact with the rear of the head of the user.

[0090] 在某些实施方式中,可在以下各条中描述或者另外在本文中描述头戴式计算机的配置,并且如图10和11中所示。 [0090] In certain embodiments, the pieces may be described in the following configuration in the head-mounted or otherwise described herein, the computer, and as shown in FIG. 11 and 10.

[0091] 1.一种头戴式计算机,包括: [0091] A head-mounted computer, comprising:

a.上隔室,其被适配成包含处理器、存储器以及传感器系统,所述上隔室位于镜片组件上面且包括顶板; . A upper compartment, which is adapted to contain a processor, memory, and a sensor system, located in the upper compartment and above the lens assembly includes a top plate;

b.顶板包括在机械上被适配成促进处理器与顶板之间的连接的处理器连接垫; . B comprises a top plate adapted to facilitate connection between the processor and the top plate in mechanical connection pads processor;

c.导热材料,其位于所述处理器连接垫与所述处理器之间以减小气隙并进一步促进处理器与顶板之间的热连接;以及 . C thermally conductive material, positioned between the pad and the processor is connected to the processor to reduce the air gap and to further facilitate the thermal connection between the processor and the top plate; and

d.顶板还具有被适配成消散从处理器接收到的热量的散热片。 D. also has a top plate adapted to dissipate the heat received from the processor to the heat sink.

[0092]虽然仅示出并描述了本发明的几个实施例,但对于本领域技术人员而言将显而易见的是,可对其进行许多变更和修改而不脱离如在以下权利要求中描述的本发明的精神和范围。 [0092] Although shown and described only several embodiments of the present invention, but those skilled in the art will be apparent that many variations may be made thereto without departing from and modifications as described in the following claims the spirit and scope of the invention. 在本文中参考的所有专利申请和专利(国外和国内两者)以及所有其它出版物被整体地通过引用结合到本文中至法律允许的最大程度。 All patent applications and patents (both domestic and foreign) referred to in this article as well as all other publications are entirely incorporated by reference herein to the maximum extent permitted by law.

[0093] 本文所述的方法和系统可部分地或完全地通过在处理器上执行计算机软件、程序代码和/或指令的机器来部署。 [0093] The methods and systems described herein may be partially or fully deployed by executing computer software, program code and / or instructions on a machine processor. 本发明可被实现为所述机器上的方法、作为机器的一部分或与机器有关的系统或装置或者作为在机器中的一个或多个上执行的计算机可读介质中所体现的计算机程序产品。 The present invention may be implemented as a method on the machine, as part of a machine or machine-related system or apparatus, or as a computer program product comprising computer-readable medium executing on one or more machine as embodied. 在实施例中,处理器可以是服务器、云服务器、客户端、网络基础设施、移动计算平台、固定计算平台或其它计算平台的一部分。 In an embodiment, the processor may be a server, part of the cloud server, client, network infrastructure, mobile computing platform, stationary computing platform, or other computing platforms. 处理器可以是能够执行程序指令、代码、二进制指令等的任何种类的计算或处理设备。 The processor may be any kind of computational or processing device capable of executing program instructions, codes, binary instructions and the like. 处理器可以是或者可包括信号处理器、数字处理器、嵌入式处理器、微处理器或任何变体,诸如协处理器(数学协处理器、图形协处理器、通信协处理器等)等,其可直接地或间接地促进存储在其上面的程序代码或程序指令的执行。 The processor may be or include a signal processor, digital processor, embedded processor, microprocessor or any variant such as a coprocessor (math coprocessor, graphic coprocessor, communication coprocessor and the like) , which may facilitate the implementation of stored thereon program code or program instructions directly or indirectly. 另外,处理器可使得能够执行多个程序、线程以及代码。 Further, the processor may enable execution of multiple programs, threads, and codes. 线程可被同时地执行以增强处理器的性能并促进应用程序的同时操作。 Threads may be executed simultaneously to enhance the performance of the processor and to facilitate simultaneous operations of the application. 通过实现,可在一个或多个线程中实现本文所述的方法、程序代码、程序指令等。 By implementation of the methods described herein may be implemented in program code, program instructions, etc. In one or more threads. 线程可衍生出其它线程,其可具有与之相关联的分配优先级;处理器可基于优先级或者基于在程序代码中提供的指令的任何其它顺序来执行这些线程。 Threads can be derived by other threads that may have assigned priorities associated therewith; a processor may execute these threads based on priority or any other order based on instructions provided in the program code. 处理器或利用处理器的任何机器可包括存储如在本文中和别处所述的方法、代码、指令和程序的存储器。 Any machine with a processor or processor may include a storage memory and a method as described elsewhere herein, the code, instructions, and programs. 处理器可通过接口来访问可存储如在本文中和别处所述的方法、代码以及指令的存储介质。 The processor may be stored as elsewhere herein and methods according to the code and a storage medium interface to access the instructions through. 用于存储方法、程序、代码、程序指令或能够被计算或处理设备执行的其它类型的指令的与处理器相关联的存储介质可包括但不限于CD-R0M、DVD、存储器、硬盘、闪速驱动、RAM、ROM、高速缓存器等中的一个或多个。 Other types of instructions for storing methods, programs, codes, program instructions or computing or processing device capable of being executed by the processor associated with the storage medium may include, but are not limited to, CD-R0M, DVD, memory, hard disk, flash one or more drive, RAM, ROM, cache and the like.

[0094] 处理器可包括可增强多处理器的速度和性能的一个或多个核。 [0094] The processor may comprise a speed and enhance the performance of multiprocessor or multiple cores. 在实施例中,处理器可以是双核处理器、四核处理器、将两个或更多独立的核(称为管芯)组合的其它芯片级多处理器等。 In an embodiment, the processor may be a dual core processor, quad core processors, other chip-level multiprocessor and the like two or more independent cores (called a die) in combination.

[0095] 本文所述的方法和系统可部分地或完全地通过在服务器、客户端、防火墙、网关、集线器、路由器或其它此类计算机和/或联网硬件上执行计算机软件的机器来部署。 [0095] The methods and systems described herein may be partially or completely performed by computer software on a server, client, firewall, gateway, hub, router, or other such computer and / or networking hardware, to be deployed. 软件程序可与服务器相关联,所述服务器包括文件服务器、打印服务器、域服务器、互联网服务器、内部网服务器、云服务器以及其它变体,诸如辅助服务器、主机服务器、分布式服务器等。 Software program may be associated with a server, the server comprises a file server, print server, domain server, internet server, intranet server, cloud server and other variants such as secondary server, host server, distributed server and the like. 月艮务器可包括存储器、处理器、计算机可读介质、存储介质、端口(物理和虚拟)、通信设备以及能够通过有线或无线介质访问其它服务器、客户端、机器以及设备的接口等中的一个或多个。 That works to months may include an interface like a memory, a processor, computer-readable media, storage media, ports (physical and virtual), communication devices, and other servers can be accessed via a wired or wireless medium, clients, machines, and equipment is one or more. 如在本文中和别处所述的方法、程序或代码可被服务器执行。 The method and elsewhere, or the program code may be executed in a server herein. 另外,执行如在本申请中所述的方法所需的其它设备可被视为与服务器相关联的基础设施的一部分。 Further, other devices to perform the method described in the present application can be viewed with the desired part of the infrastructure associated with the server.

[0096] 服务器可提供到其它设备的接口,所述其它设备在没有限制的情况下包括客户端、其它服务器、打印机、数据库服务器、打印服务器、文件服务器、通信服务器、分布式服务器、社交网络等。 [0096] server may provide an interface to other devices, the other devices include, without limitation, clients, other servers, printers, database servers, print servers, file servers, communication servers, distributed servers, social networks . 另外,此耦合和/或连接可促进程序跨网络的远程执行。 Additionally, this coupling and / or connection may facilitate remote execution of program across the network. 这些设备中的某些或所有的联网可促进一个或多个位置处的程序或方法的并行处理而不偏离本公开的范围。 Parallel processing of these devices some or all may facilitate networking at one or more positions of a program or method without departing from the scope of the present disclosure. 另外,通过接口被附连到服务器的设备中的任何可包括能够存储方法、程序、代码和/或指令的至少一个存储介质。 In addition, it includes any capable of storing methods, programs, codes and / or instructions of at least one storage media server device via the interface is attached to. 中央储存库可提供要在不同设备上执行的程序指令。 Central repository may provide program instructions to be executed on different devices. 在本实施方式中,远程储存库可充当用于程序代码、指令以及程序的存储介质。 In the present embodiment, the remote repository may act as a storage medium for program code, instructions and procedures.

[0097] 软件指令可与客户端相关联,所述客户端包括文件客户端、打印客户端、域客户端、互联网客户端、内部网客户端、以及其它变体,诸如辅助客户端、主机客户端、分布式客户端等。 [0097] The software instructions may be associated with the client, the client includes a file client, print client, domain client, internet client, intranet client and other variants such as secondary client, host client end, distributed client and so on. 客户端可包括存储器、处理器、计算机可读介质、存储介质、端口(物理和虚拟)、通信设备以及能够通过有线或无线介质访问其它客户端、服务器、机器以及设备的接口等中的一个或多个。 The client may include a memory, a processor, a computer, an interface-readable media, storage media, ports (physical and virtual), communication device and other clients can access via wired or wireless media servers, machines, and equipment or the like more. 如在本文中和别处所述的方法、程序或代码可被客户端执行。 The method and elsewhere, the program or the client-side implementation code may be used herein. 另外,执行如在本申请中所述的方法所需的其它设备可被视为与客户端相关联的基础设施的一部分。 In addition, other devices required for execution of the method in this application may be considered part of the infrastructure associated with the client.

[0098] 客户端可提供到其它设备的接口,所述其它设备在没有限制的情况下包括服务器、其它客户端、打印机、数据库服务器、打印服务器、文件服务器、通信服务器、分布式服务器等。 [0098] The client may provide an interface to other devices, the other devices including servers, other clients, printers, database servers, print servers, file servers, communication servers, distributed servers and the like without limitation. 另外,此耦合和/或连接可促进程序跨网络的远程执行。 Additionally, this coupling and / or connection may facilitate remote execution of program across the network. 这些设备中的某些或所有的联网可促进一个或多个位置处的程序或方法的并行处理而不偏离本公开的范围。 Parallel processing of these devices some or all may facilitate networking at one or more positions of a program or method without departing from the scope of the present disclosure. 另外,通过接口被附连到客户端的设备中的任何可包括能够存储方法、程序、代码和/或指令的至少一个存储介质。 In addition, it includes any capable of storing methods, programs, codes and / or instructions of at least one storage medium of the client device via the interface is attached to. 中央储存库可提供要在不同设备上执行的程序指令。 Central repository may provide program instructions to be executed on different devices. 在本实施方式中,远程储存库可充当用于程序代码、指令以及程序的存储介质。 In the present embodiment, the remote repository may act as a storage medium for program code, instructions and procedures.

[0099] 本文所述的方法和系统可部分地或完全地通过网络基础设施来部署。 [0099] The methods and systems described herein may be partially or fully deployed by the network infrastructure. 网络基础设施可包括诸如计算设备、服务器、路由器、集线器、防火墙、客户端、个人计算机、通信设备、路由设备和如本领域中已知的其它有源和无源设备、模块和/或部件之类的元件。 It may include a network infrastructure, such as computing devices, servers, routers, hubs, firewalls, clients, personal computers, communication devices, routing devices and other active and passive devices as known in the art, modules, and / or components of element class. 与网络基础设施相关联的(一个或多个)计算和/或非计算设备除其它部件之外还可包括存储介质,诸如闪存、缓冲器、堆栈、RAM、R0M等。 And / or non-computing device may further comprise other components in addition to the storage medium (s) associated with the network computing infrastructure, such as flash memory, buffer, stack, RAM, R0M like. 在本文中和别处所述的过程、方法、程序代码、指令可被网络基础设施元件中的一个或多个执行。 And elsewhere herein, the process, method, program code instructions may be an element in the network infrastructure or more execution. 本文所述的方法和系统可被适配成与任何种类的私人、团体或混合式云计算网络或云计算环境一起使用,包括涉及到软件即服务(SaaS)、平台即服务(PaaS)和/或基础设施即服务(IaaS)的特征的那些。 For use with the methods and systems described herein may be adapted to any kind of personal, group or hybrid network cloud or cloud computing environment, comprising relates to software as a service (the SaaS), Platform as a Service (PaaS), and / those or infrastructure as a service (IaaS) feature.

[0100] 在本文中和别处所述的方法、程序代码以及指令可在具有多个小区的蜂窝网络上实现。 [0100] The method and elsewhere, and the program code instructions may be implemented on a cellular network having a plurality of cells herein. 所述蜂窝网络可以是频分多址(FDMA)网络或码分多址(CDMA)网络。 The cellular network may be frequency division multiple access (FDMA) network or code division multiple access (CDMA) network. 蜂窝网络可包括移动设备、小区站点、基站、中继器、天线、塔架等。 Cellular network may include mobile devices, cell sites, base stations, repeaters, antennas, towers and the like. 蜂窝网络可以是GSM、GPRS 3G、EVDO、网状网络或其它网络类型。 Cellular network may be a GSM, GPRS 3G, EVDO, mesh network, or other network types.

[0101] 在本文中和别处所述的方法、程序代码以及指令可在移动设备上或通过移动设备来实现。 [0101] The method herein and elsewhere, and the program code instructions may be implemented on a mobile device or mobile device. 移动设备可包括导航设备、蜂窝电话、移动电话、移动个人数字助理、膝上计算机、掌上式电脑、上网本、寻呼机、电子书阅读器、音乐播放器等。 Mobile devices may include navigation devices, cell phones, mobile phones, mobile personal digital assistants, laptop computers, palmtop computers, netbooks, pagers, e-book reader, music player and so on. 这些设备除其它部件之外还可包括存储介质,诸如闪存、缓冲器、RAM、R0M和一个或多个计算设备。 These devices may also include other components in addition to a storage medium, such as flash memory, buffer, RAM, R0M, and one or more computing devices. 可使得与移动设备相关联的计算设备能够执行存储在其上面的程序代码、方法以及指令。 Such that the computing device may be associated with a mobile device capable of executing program code stored thereon, and an instruction method. 替换地,移动设备可被配置成与其它设备相合作地执行指令。 Alternatively, the mobile device may be configured to cooperate with other devices with execute instructions. 移动设备可与跟服务器对接且被配置成执行程序代码的基站通信。 The mobile device may be configured to execute program code, the base station communicate with the server and the docking. 移动设备可在端对端网络、网状网络或其它通信网络上通信。 The mobile device may communicate on a peer to peer network, mesh network, or other communication networks. 程序代码可被存储在与服务器相关联的存储介质上并被嵌入服务器内的计算设备执行。 The program code can be stored and embedded within the server computing device associated with the server on with the storage medium. 基站可包括计算设备和存储介质。 The base station may include a computing device and a storage medium. 存储设备可存储被与基站相关联的计算设备执行的程序代码和指令。 Storage device may store program codes and instructions executed by a computing device and associated base station.

[0102]可在可包括以下各项的机器可读介质上存储和/或访问计算机软件、程序代码和/或指令:保持被用于在一定时间间隔内的计算的数字数据的计算机部件、设备以及记录介质;称为随机存取存储器(RAM)的半导体储存器;通常用于更持久的存储的大容量储存器,诸如光盘、类似于硬盘、磁带、鼓、卡片及其它类型的磁性储存器的形式;处理器寄存器、高速缓冲存储器、易失性存储器、非易失性存储器;光学储存器,诸如CD、DVD;可移除介质,诸如闪存(例如USB棒或钥匙)、软盘、磁带、纸带、穿孔卡、独立RAM盘、压缩驱动器、可移除大容量储存器、离线等;其它计算机存储器,诸如动态存储器、静态存储器、读/写储存器、可变储存器、只读、随机存取、顺序存取、位置可寻址、文件可寻址、内容可寻址、网络附连存储、存储区域网、条形码、磁性墨水等。 [0102] may include the following machine can be stored on the medium and / or access to computer software, program code and / or instructions readable: calculated is held for a time interval of the digital data in a computer components, devices and a recording medium; semiconductor storage known as random access memory (RAM); usually stored for more permanent mass storage, such as a disc, similar to hard disks, tapes, drums, cards and other types of magnetic storage form; processor registers, cache memory, volatile memory, non-volatile memory; optical storage such as CD, DVD; removable media such as flash memory (e.g. USB sticks or keys), floppy disks, tape, paper tape, punch cards, independent RAM disk, a compact drives, removable mass storage, off-line and the like; other computer memory such as dynamic memory, static memory, read / write storage, variable storage, read only, random access, sequential access, location addressable, file addressable, content addressable, network attached storage, storage area network, bar codes, magnetic ink.

[0103] 本文所述的方法和系统可将物理和/或无形项目从一个状态变换成另一个。 [0103] The methods and systems described herein may be physical and / or intangible items from one state into another. 本文所述的方法和系统还可将表示物理和/或无形项目的数据从一个状态变换成另一个。 The methods and systems described herein may also be data representing physical and / or intangible items from one state to another.

[0104] 在本文中(包括遍及各图的流程图和框图中)描述和描绘的元件暗示元件之间的逻辑边界。 [0104] Herein (including flowcharts and block diagrams throughout the various figures) elements described and depicted imply logical boundaries between the elements. 然而,根据软件或硬件工程实践,所描绘的元件及其功能可在机器上通过具有处理器的计算机可执行介质来实现,所述处理器能够将存储在其上面的程序指令作为单块软件结构、作为独立软件模块或者作为采用外部例程、代码、服务等的模块或者这些的任何组合来执行,并且所有此类实施方式都可以在本公开的范围内。 However, according to software or hardware engineering practices, the depicted elements and the functions may be implemented by a computer-executable medium on a machine having a processor, the processor is able to store program instructions thereon as a monolithic software structure , as an independent software module or as a module external routines, code, services, or to perform any combination of these, and all such embodiments are within the scope of the present disclosure. 此类机器的示例可包括但可不限于个人数字助理、膝上计算机、个人计算机、移动电话、其它手持计算设备、医疗设备、有线或无线通信设备、换能器、芯片、计算器、卫星、平板PC、电子图书、小配件、电子设备、具有人工智能的设备、计算设备、联网设备、服务器、路由器等。 Examples of such machines may include, but are not limited to personal digital assistants, laptop computers, personal computers, mobile phones, other handheld computing devices, medical equipment, wired or wireless communication devices, transducers, chips, calculators, satellites, tablet PC, e-books, gadgets, electronic equipment, with equipment artificial intelligence, computing devices, networking equipment, servers, routers and so on. 此外,在流程图或框图中描绘的元件或任何其它逻辑部件可在能够执行程序指令的机器上实现。 In addition, depicted in the flowchart or block diagrams or any other logical component elements may be implemented on a machine capable of executing program instructions. 因此,虽然前文的附图和描述阐述了公开系统的功能方面,但不应从这些描述推断用于实现这些功能方面的软件的特定布置,除非明确地叙述或者另外从上下文显而易见。 Thus, while the foregoing drawings and description set forth functional aspects of the system disclosed, but should not be inferred from the particular arrangement described for implementing these functional aspects of the software unless explicitly recited or otherwise clear from the context. 同样地,将认识到的是上文识别和描述的各种步骤可改变,并且步骤的顺序可适应于本文公开的技术的特定应用。 Similarly, it is appreciated that the various steps identified and described above may be changed, and the order of steps may be adapted to particular applications of the techniques disclosed herein. 所有此类变化和修改意图落在本公开的范围内。 All such variations and modifications are intended to fall within the scope of the disclosure. 同样地,不应将用于各种步骤的顺序的描绘和/或描述理解成要求用于那些步骤的特定执行顺序,除非特定应用要求或者明确地叙述或者另外从上下文显而易见。 Similarly, the sequence should be used for the various steps depicted and / or described in a particular order of execution for those steps understood to the claim, unless explicitly recited in claim particular application or otherwise, or clear from the context.

[0105]上文描述的方法和/或过程以及与之相关联的步骤可用硬件、软件或适用于特定应用的硬件和软件的任何组合来实现。 [0105] The method described above and / or processes and steps associated therewith hardware, software, or any combination of hardware and software suitable for a particular application is achieved. 硬件可包括通用计算机和/或专用计算设备或特定计算设备或特定计算设备的特定方面或部件。 Hardware components may include a general purpose computer or specific aspects and / or dedicated computing device or specific computing device or specific computing device. 可在一个或多个微处理器、微控制器、嵌入式微控制器、可编程数字信号处理器或其它可编程设备以及内部和/或外部存储器中实现所述过程。 It may be one or more microprocessors, microcontrollers, embedded microcontrollers, programmable digital signal processors or other programmable devices, and internal and / or external memory of the process implemented. 可同样或替代地在专用集成电路、可编程门阵列、可编程阵列逻辑或可被配置成处理电子信号的任何其它设备或设备组合中体现所述过程。 Or alternatively may be in the same application specific integrated circuit, a programmable gate array, programmable array logic, or any other device or combination of devices may be configured to process electronic signals embodied in the process. 将进一步认识到的是可将过程中的一个或多个实现为能够在机器可读介质上执行的计算机可执行代码。 It will be further appreciated that a process can be implemented as one or more computer to execute on a machine-readable medium having executable code.

[0106] 可使用诸如C之类的结构化编程语言、诸如C++之类的面向对象编程语言或者可以被存储、编译或解释以在上述设备中的一个以及处理器、处理器架构的异构组合、或不同硬件和软件的组合或者能够执行程序指令的任何其它机器上运行的任何其它高级或低级编程语言(包括汇编语言、硬件描述语言以及数据库编程语言和技术)来创建计算机可执行代码。 [0106] using a structured programming language such as C or the like, such as C ++ or the like or object oriented programming language may be stored, compiled or interpreted to a processor and processor architecture of the above-described apparatus isomeric composition or combinations of different hardware and software, or any other high-level or low-level programming in any language capable of executing program instructions running on other machines (including assembly languages, hardware description languages, and database programming languages and technologies) to create computer-executable code.

[0107]因此,在一个方面,可用当在一个或多个计算设备上执行时执行上文所述的方法及其组合的步骤的计算机可执行代码来体现上文所述的方法及其组合。 Methods [0107] Accordingly, in one aspect, may be implemented as described above when executed on a computing device and one or more of the steps a computer executable code embodied combination of the above, and combinations thereof. 在另一方面,可在执行所述方法的步骤的系统中体现所述方法,并且可以许多方式跨设备分布所述方法,或者可将所有功能集成到专用、独立设备或其它硬件中。 On the other hand, may be embodied in a system for performing the method step of the method, and the method may be distributed across devices in many ways, or all functions may be integrated into a dedicated, standalone device or other hardware. 在另一方面,用于执行与上述过程相关联的步骤的手段可包括上文所述的硬件和/或软件中的任何。 In another aspect, the means for performing the steps associated with the process described above may include any of the above hardware and / or software. 所有此类置换和组合意图落在本公开的范围内。 All such permutations and combinations are intended to fall within the scope of the disclosure.

[0108] 虽然已结合详细地示出并描述的优选实施例公开了本公开,但其各种修改和改进对于本领域技术人员而言将是容易地显而易见的。 [0108] While there has been shown and detailed description of preferred embodiments of the present disclosure disclosed embodiments, but various modifications and improvements to those skilled in the art will be readily apparent. 因此,本公开的精神和范围不限于前述示例,而是应在法律允许的最宽泛意义上理解。 Accordingly, the spirit and scope of the present disclosure is not limited to the foregoing example, but it should be understood in the broadest sense permitted by law.

[0109] 术语“一”和“一个”和“所述”和类似指示物在描述本公开的上下文中(尤其是在以下权利要求的上下文中)的使用应被理解成涵盖单数和复数两者,除非在本文中另外指明或明显地与上下文矛盾。 [0109] The terms "a" and "an" and "the" and similar referents in the context of describing the disclosure (especially in the context of the following claims) are to be understood to encompass both the singular and the plural unless otherwise indicated herein or clearly contradicted by context. 应将术语“包括”、“具有”、“包含”和“含有”理解为开放式术语(即,意指“包括但不限于”),除非另外指明。 Should the terms "comprising", "having", "including" and "containing" are understood as open-ended terms (i.e., meaning "including, but not limited to,") unless otherwise indicated. 本文中的值范围的叙述仅仅意图充当单独地提及落在该范围内的每个单独值的简写方法(除非在本文中另外指明),并且每个单独值被结合到说明书中,如同其在本文中被单独地叙述一样。 Recited ranges of values herein are merely intended to serve as a shorthand method of referring individually to each separate value falling within the range (unless otherwise indicated herein), and each separate value is incorporated into the specification as if it were in individually recited herein are the same. 可以按照任何适当的顺序来执行本文所述的所有方法,除非在本文中另外指明或另外明显地与上下文矛盾。 All methods described herein can be performed according to any suitable order unless otherwise indicated herein or otherwise clearly contradicted by context. 在本文中提供的任何和所有示例或示例性语言(例如〃诸如〃)的使用仅仅意图更好地阐明本公开,而不对本公开的范围施加限制,除非另外要求保护。 Any and all examples, or exemplary language (e.g., such as 〃 〃) used provided herein is intended merely to better illuminate the disclosure and does not pose a limitation on the scope of the present disclosure, unless otherwise claimed. 不应将本说明书中的语言理解为指示对于本公开的实施而言必不可少的任何未要求保护要素。 No language in the specification should not be construed in any non-claimed element as an indication for embodiments of the present disclosure essential.

[0110]虽然本发明的前文编写描述使得普通技术人员能够完成和使用目前被认为是其最佳方式的内容,但普通技术人员将理解并认识到本文中的特定实施例、方法以及示例的变体、组合以及等价物的存在。 [0110] While the foregoing written description of the invention enable one of ordinary skill in the art to make and use is currently considered to be its best mode, but one of ordinary skill in the art will understand and appreciate herein of specific embodiments, methods, and illustrative variations thereof, is present compositions and equivalents. 因此本公开不应受到上述实施例、方法以及示例的限制,而是受到在本公开的精神和范围内的所有实施例和方法的限制。 Thus, the present disclosure should not be limited, and a method of limiting the exemplary embodiments, but by all embodiments and methods are restricted within the spirit and scope of the present disclosure.

[0111] 藉此通过引用结合在本文中参考的所有文献。 [0111] whereby all documents incorporated by reference herein by reference.

Classifications
International ClassificationG06F17/28, G06F3/01, G06F3/16, G06F1/16
Cooperative ClassificationG06F17/289, G02B27/017, G02B2027/0178
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