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1 5 Pen PC Technology - The Future Technology M.Buvana Assistant Professor, Department of CSE

2 History Introduction Working Of P-ISM Block Diagram Of P-ism Functions Of Pens Pros & Cons Conclusion Contents :

3 History “Pen-style Personal Networking Gadget" created in 2003 by Japanese technology company NEC. Its designer Tour Ichihash. P-ISM was first featured at the 2003 ITU Telecom world held in Geneva, Switzerland. NEC Company displayed a conceptual $30,000 prototype of P-ISM Tour Ichihash

4 Introduction  The P-ISM system was based on “electronic perception tech nology”.  P-ISMs are computers in the shape of different P-ISMSs are connected with a wireless technology. Whole set is connect ed with cellular phone function.  P-ISM is a gadget package including five functions: i. A computing engine-CPU Pen ii. Virtual keyboard, iii. A very small projector, iv. Camera Scanner and v. communication device.

5 What is Electronic Perception Techn ology(EPT) ? Electronic Perception Technology (EPT) is a low-cost, single- chip imagining technology. One of the first applications is a "virtual keyboard”. Current EPT keyboards can sense up to 400 characters per minute. EPT systems can accurately determine brightness and distinguish objects from one another.

6 Working Of P-ISM  P-ISMs are connected with one an other through short-range wireless technology.  This "pen sort of instrument" produces both the monitor as well as the keyboard on any flat surfac es.  The whole set is also connected to the Internet through the cellular phone.

7 Block Diagram Of P-ISM

8 CPU Pen  The functionality of CPU is done by one of the pens.  It is also known as ‘Computing Engine’.  Dual core processor is used  It works with ‘Windows OS’.

9 . The control unit direct the entire computer system Operation of a CPU include 4 steps : ● Fetch ● Decode ● Execute ● Write back CPU Pen

10 Communication Pen  P-ISMs are connected with one another through short -range wireless technology.  The whole set is also connected to the Internet throu gh the cellular phone function.  They are connected through Tri-wireless modes (Blue tooth, 802.11B/G, and Cellular) which are made small and kept in a small pen like device.

11 Connectivity 802.11B/G and Bluetooth:  Bluetooth is widely used because we can able to transfer data or make connections without wires.  They are used at the frequency band of 2.4 GHz  Bluetooth mechanism is used for exchanging signal status information between two devices.

12 LED Projector  Monitor is LED projector.  Size is A4.  Resolution of 1024*768 approx.  It gives good quality and good pictures.

13 LED Projector(Contd..)  Led projector is a device that receives a video signal and projects the correspond ing image on a projection screen using a lens system.  A video projector, also known as a digital projector, may be built into a cabinet with a rear projector screen( rear projection television, or RPTV) to form a single unifi ed displaydevice, now popular for “home theater” applications.

14  The Virtual Laser Keyboard (VKB) is the ultimate new gadget.  It emits LASER on desk.  Uses LASER beam to generate full-sized perfect keyboard.  A virtual keyboard is a software component that allows a user to enter characters.  Virtual keyboards may be used in some cases to reduce the risk of keystroke logging. Virtual keyboard

15  Virtual keyboards are commonly used as an on scree n input method in devices with no physical keyboard, where there is no room for one, such as a pocket computer, personal digital assistant (PDA) tablet computer or touch screen equipped mobile phone.  It is common for the user to input text by tapping a virtual keyboard built into the operating System of th e device.  Virtual keyboards are also used as features of emulat ion software for systems that have fewer buttons than a computer keyboard would have. Virtual keyboard

16  Features of virtual keyboard are:  Sound  Connection  Intensity  Timeouts  Sensitivity  Auto_repeat Virtual keyboard

17 Example

18  It is useful in video recording, video conferencing.  It is simply called as Web Cam.  It is connected with other devices through Bluetooth.  Easily portable.  It is a 360-Degree Visual Communication Device. Digital Camera

19 Three main methods of capturing the image o Single shot o Multi shot o Scanning Types of digital cameras o Compacts digital camera o Bridge camera o Mirror less interchangeable lens camera o Resolution is limited by a image sensor. Digital Camera

20  The most important part in the portable type of computer is its battery.  Usually batteries must be small in size and work for longer time.  It comes with a battery life of 6+ (i.e. 6 Days).  For normal use it can be used for 2 weeks. Battery

21  The types of battery used here is lithium ion battery.  The storage device is of the type tubular holographic which is capable of storing.  The use of lithium ion battery in this gadget will reduce energy density, durability and cost factor. Battery

22  Forthcoming computer  Portable  Feasible  Ubiquitous computing is done  Wi-Fi Technology  Carry within our pockets Pros of P-ISM

23  Low storage capacity  It is very expensive  Battery back-up is less Cons of P-ISM

24 Conclusion Say, " Good-bye Laptops !" & Welcome “ Pen Sort Instrument ”

25 1. Choa Li, Bellarmine, G.T, Prosper L ”T b t P s innovative technology. 2."the P ‐ ISM Story “ http://www.wave ‐ ‐ html ‐ files/P ‐ ISM%202%20PICS%201. htm 3.John N. Latta Wave "NEC Pushes the Envelope with a New Design for Computing" 02/20/04 4."Pen PC ‐ Pen Shaped Miniature Personal Computer“ http://www.wave ‐ ‐ html ‐ files/P ‐ ISM%202%20PICS%201. htm


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