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Abstract:- The present fashion of computations has started desiring small computers. This has made computer manufacturing companies to go for roughly tool similar to computers. Reducing the size of the handheld computers can only be taken so far before they become impracticable. Keyboards become so infinitesimal you require needle-like fingers to operate them and screens that necessitate stable indicator control to study trouble-free text.

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Abstract:- The present fashion of computations has started desiring small computers. This has made computer manufacturing companies to go for roughly tool similar to computers. Reducing the size of the handheld computers can only be taken so far before they become impracticable. Keyboards become so infinitesimal you require needle-like fingers to operate them and screens that necessitate stable indicator control to study trouble-free text.

The introduction of SmartQuill a hand held computer has solved some of these troubles. Lyndsay Williams of Microsoft, UK is the originator of SmartQuill, a pen that can remember the words that is used to write, and then renovate them into computer text. The physical structure of the pen is larger than a normal pen, with a screen on the barrel. User can go through information in these applications by pushing a button.

The idea that "it would be neat to put all of a handheld-pda type computer in a pen".. It is claimed to be the biggest revolution in handwriting since the invention of the pen. The glossy and stylish prototype pen is different from other electronic pens on the market today in that users don't have to write on a special pad in order to record what they write.

User could use this pen on any platform for writing such as tablet, screen or even air. The SmartQuill is not all space-age, though it contains an ink sealed unit so that users can witness what they write down on paper.

SmartQuill contains sensors that trace movement by using the earth's solemnity system, irrespective of the device used. The pen report the information inserted by the user. Your words of data can also be uploaded to your PC through the digital inkwell, while the files that you might want to outlook on the pen are downloaded from SmartQuill as well.

It's similar to the way a microphone detects sound. Consistency of handwriting, rather than neatness, is the only condition for accuracy. There are 2 techniques used for this purpose:- 1. Accelerometer technology 2. Handwriting recognization software Smart Quill is slightly larger than an ordinary fountain pen.

Users can enter information into these applications by pushing a button on the pen and writing down what they would like to enter. The really clever bit of the technology is its ability to read handwriting not only on paper but on any flat surface horizontal or vertical. There is also a small three-line screen to read the information stored in the pen; users can scroll down the screen by tilting the pen slightly.

The user trains the pen to recognize a particular handwriting style - no matter how messy it is, as long as it is consistent, the pen can recognize it. The handwritten notes are stored on hard disk of the pen. A tiny accelerometer in a pen could be used to detect the stops and starts, arcs and loops of handwriting, and transmit this information to a small microprocessor that would make sense of it as text.

There's also the possibility of viewing a full page of text through a special monocular magnified "virtual" screen that could be built into the end of the pen. Invisible writing in air is achieved through this unique technology called accelerometer that monitors hand movements and can also be used as a virtual hinge to scroll around the small screen on the pen and detect left or righthanded use.

It records movement by using the earth's gravity system, whether you write on paper or in the air. Hence it is independent of surface used.

Movements are stored within the SmartQuill. This information is transmitted on to a small microprocessor that would make sense of it as a text displayed on the sleek built in screen. There are 2 types of accelerometer:- 1. Two Axes Accelerometer: - This accelerometer measures acceleration in two. Three Axes Accelerator: - This accelerometer measures acceleration in three axes. Pen works in conjunction with a regular PC on to which users install special handwriting recognition software.

The handwriting recognition software translates movements in to text on screen. Handwriting recognition software constitutes two major phases: 1. Handwriting transcription 2. Handwriting recognition recognition software.

Handwriting recognition Handwriting transcription In this phase, the recorded acceleration signals are then transcripted to its original form. Here this aspect is solved using simple double integration method in order to retrace the pen tip movement on paper Handwriting recognition The second huge aspect is the characters and signatures recognition. The hardware accelerometers plus contact detector embedded in the pen has proved a really efficient combination for this application.

Pen works in conjunction with a regular PC on to 8. The pen would align text if it was held in left or right hand so the text was the correct way up for left or right handed people.

The SmartQuill microcontroller read the angle and then mapped the large screen display onto the small 4 line display. SmartQuill could also scroll through pages of display by tilting it in the hand and power off if no hand movement was detected or pen was flat on a desk. The demonstration unit below shows display inverting as SmartQuill was inverted in the hand.

The choice of words was limited to what characters the LCD display driver could. These 14 characters were then Future models could receive s and pager messages via a wireless messaging system. An electronic docking station is a small cabinet to which a laptop or notebook computer can be attached for use as a desktop computer; usually have a connector for externally connected devices, such as hard drives or scanners and ports that can be linked to components such as keyboard, monitor and printer.

It can also be connected to printer, modem or mobile phones to send data electronically. It contains an ink cartridge so that users can see what they write on paper. This information recorded in the pen is then downloaded to PC. The information stored in the pen can be input to other devices such as mobile phones, printers, modems, desktop computers etc for different applications. It also provides handheld computer applications such as digital diary, contacts, calculators etc.

It is used for receiving pager and e- mail messages. This is possible through recent technology involved in SmartQuill, the wireless messaging system which allows two way communications between devices. SmartQuill synchronizes files, e- mails and messages to PC. SmartQuill can be used for voice record and supports speech recognition.

SmartQuill also allows third party to add on applications. SmartQuill supports two factors: small size and convenient use. The future of SmartQuill ensures all computation power the user needs right inside the pen. Reducing the size of handheld computers can only be taken so far before they become unusable. Keyboards become so tiny you require needle-like fingers to operate them and screens that need constant cursor controls to read simple text. The introduction of SmartQuill is the best solution for this problem.

One of the major assets is that SmartQuill does not need a screen to work. This is possible through revolutionary "Spatial Sensing" system which uses semiconductor accelerometers.

SmartQuill provides intuitive user interface. Security Security is another important feature. It is made possible through two facilities: a. It enables handwriting recognition. The symbols regularly used by user get stored in the memory, by frequent use of the pen.

Hence the pen accepts only the owner s handwriting and rejects intruder s handwriting. It enables signature verification. Hence Passwords could be entered in the form of signatures. The SmartQuill is also a 3D-mouse, when twisted in air in a certain way it enables scrolling of the screen. It also automatically detects left or right handed use. Power saving a. Small screen size requires less battery power.

No movement of the pen causes auto power down 6. SmartQuill is all mobile, smaller in size and enables one-handed use. The pen is a usual input device and mixing input and output capabilities may lead to user confusion e. Meena Preethi for her support and motivation without which this would be only just a dream to publish a paper in world s prestigious journal.

Millien, C. Roux, Users input to design of a communicating pen,smart Objects Conference, R. Baron, R. Plamondon, Acceleration measurement with an instrumented for sign verification and analysis,ieee Trans.

Vol IM Chapter 5 Input Describe two types of input List characteristics of a Identify various types of s Identify various types of pointing devices Chapter 5 Objectives Explain how voice recognition works Understand. Standard Methods of Input Keyboard Mouse Input device enables you to input information and commands into the computer. The Keyboard One of the first peripherals to be used with a computer and is still.

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Lyndsay Williams of Microsoft Research's Cambridge UK lab is the inventor of the Smart quill, a pen that can remember the words that it is used to write, and then transform them into computer text. The idea that "it would be neat to put all of a handheld-PDA type computer in a pen," came to the inventor in her sleep. Encouraged by Nigel Ballard, a leading consultant to the mobile computer industry, Williams took her prototype to the British Telecommunications Research Lab, where she was promptly hired and given money and institutional support for her project. The prototype, called Smart Quill, has been developed by world-leading research laboratories run by BT formerly British Telecom at Martlesham, eastern England. It is claimed to be the biggest revolution in handwriting since the invention of the pen. The sleek and stylish prototype pen is different from other electronic pens on the market today in that users don't have to write on a special pad in order to record what they write. User could use any surface for writing such as paper, tablet, screen or even air.

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This has made computer manufacturers to go for almost gadget like computers. Reducing the size of handheld computers ca n only be taken so far before they become unusable. Keyboards become so tiny you require needle-like fingers to operate them and screen that need constant curso r controls to read simple text. The introduction of SmartQuill has solved some o f these problems. Lyndsay Williams of Microsoft, UK is the inventor of SmartQuil l,a pen that can remember the words that is used to write, and then transform th em into computer text. The pen is slightly larger than ordinary fountain pen, wi th a screen on the barrel. Because user can train the pen to recognize a parti cular handwriting.

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