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DESCRIPTION JP2004274731
PROBLEM TO BE SOLVED: To allow a user to appreciate an image in accordance with sound, and
to provide a stimulus tuned to the sound to the user's body, thereby obtaining a sensation of
higher presence and a relaxing effect. Provide a system. SOLUTION: The audio information and
the video information are read out from a DVD 5 in which audio information and video
information respectively representing audio and video are recorded, and based on the audio
information and the video information, an audio signal representing the audio and the video
respectively. And a DVD reproducing device 2 for outputting a video signal, a projector 3 for
displaying the video based on the video signal output from the DVD reproducing device 2, and an
audio signal output from the DVD reproducing device 2. A speaker 31a for outputting the sound,
a stimulus supply mechanism 13 for stimulating the body of the user and a vibrator 8e, and the
DVD reproducing device 2 for providing the body with the stimulation in synchronization with
the sound. A control unit 33 for controlling the operation of the stimulation supply mechanism
13 and the vibrator 8e based on the output acoustic signal. The body-type body sensation sound
system 4 constitutes the body sensation sound system 1. [Selected figure] Figure 1
Bodily sensation sound system
[0001]
The present invention relates to a body sensation sound system that allows a user to experience
sound by reproducing the sound and video recorded in a recording medium and applying a
stimulus tuned to the sound to the user's body.
[0002]
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By reproducing the sound recorded on a CD or the like, the vibration tuned to mainly the lowpitched portion of this sound is generated by a vibration generator built in the backrest portion
or the like, and such vibration is given as a stimulus to the user. There is widely known a chair
type body sound-sensing device that allows the user to appreciate the sound and to experience
the sound (Patent Document 1).
By using such a chair-type bodily sensation sound-sensing device, it is possible to obtain a higher
sense of reality and / or a relaxing effect as compared to only watching the sound. JP-A-200186580
[0003]
On the other hand, in recent years, recording media such as DVDs and video tapes capable of
recording and reproducing not only sound but also images corresponding to the sound and a
reproduction apparatus for the recording medium have become widespread. However, in such a
conventional chair-type somatosensory apparatus, the user is not configured to simultaneously
view the sound and the image. For this reason, depending on the conventional chair-type bodily
sensation sound-sensing device, the viewer only enjoys the sound by hearing and only senses the
sound by vibration, and a sufficient presence feeling and relaxation effect are necessarily
obtained. It was not.
[0004]
The present invention has been made in view of such circumstances, and allows the user to
appreciate an image in accordance with the sound, and is further enhanced by providing a
stimulus synchronized with the sound to the body of the user. An object of the present invention
is to provide a bodily sensation sound system capable of obtaining a sense of reality and a
relaxing effect.
[0005]
Moreover, in addition to presence and relaxation effects, other objects of the present invention
are also effects such as blood circulation promotion and fatigue recovery by giving pressure
stimuli such as itching and tapping to the body of the user in synchronization with sound. An
object of the present invention is to provide a bodily sensation sound system that can be played.
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[0006]
In order to solve the above problems, the bodily sensation sound system according to the present
invention reads the sound information and the image information from the recording medium on
which the sound information and the image information representing the sound and the image
are respectively recorded, and the sound information and the image information From the
reading device for outputting the audio signal and the video signal respectively representing the
audio and the video, the video display device for displaying the video based on the video signal
output from the reading device, and the reading device An acoustic output unit that outputs the
sound based on the output acoustic signal, a stimulation unit that stimulates the user's body, and
a stimulation unit that stimulates the user's body in synchronization with the sound. And a chair
type body sound sensing apparatus having a control unit that controls an operation based on an
acoustic signal output from the reading device.
[0007]
Further, the body sensation sound system according to the present invention reads the sound
information and the picture information from a recording medium on which the sound
information and the picture information respectively representing the sound and the picture are
recorded, and based on the sound information and the picture information, A reading device for
outputting an audio signal and a video signal respectively representing audio and video, a video
display device for displaying the video based on the video signal output from the reading device,
and an audio signal output from the reading device An acoustic output device for outputting the
sound based on the stimulation unit, a stimulation unit for stimulating the user's body, and the
operation of the stimulation unit for providing the user's body with stimulation synchronized to
the sound. And a chair-type body-sensing device having a control unit that controls based on an
acoustic signal output from the device.
[0008]
Further, the body sensation sound system according to the present invention reads the sound
information and the picture information from a recording medium on which the sound
information and the picture information respectively representing the sound and the picture are
recorded, and based on the sound information and the picture information, A reading device for
outputting an audio signal and a video signal respectively representing audio and video, a video
display device for displaying the video based on the video signal output from the reading device,
and an audio signal output from the reading device A signal processing device for converting the
waveform of the signal, and outputting it as a control signal, an audio output unit for outputting
the sound based on the audio signal output from the reading device, and a stimulation unit for
applying stimulation to the user's body And the stimulation unit is operated by the control signal
output from the signal processing device to provide stimulation synchronized to the sound to the
user's body. And a chair-type felt sound unit that is configured to Gosuru.
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[0009]
According to such a configuration, the user can appreciate the sound and the image outputted
respectively by the sound output unit (sound output device) and the image display device, and at
the same time, the body receives a stimulus tuned to the sound. It is possible to obtain a higher
sense of presence and a relaxing effect as compared to the case where the body receives a
stimulus synchronized with the sound, which is appreciated or accompanied by the sound.
[0010]
In this case, it is preferable that the sound output unit be provided in a backrest portion of the
chair-type body sensation type sound sensor.
[0011]
In the above invention, the chair-type bodily sensation device further includes a charge reception
unit for accepting a fee necessary for utilizing the chair-type bodily sensation device for the
operation time for operating the stimulation unit, and the control unit After the charge
acceptance unit receives the charge, the charge acceptance unit has a determination unit that
determines whether an operation time according to the charge has elapsed, and after the charge
acceptance unit receives the charge, the stimulation unit Preferably, the operation control is
started, and the operation control of the stimulation unit is stopped when the determination
means determines that the operation time has elapsed.
[0012]
In the above invention, the readout device is configured to output an analog acoustic signal, the
stimulation unit includes a vibration generator that generates a vibration according to the input
control signal, and the control unit is A waveform conversion unit may be provided that converts
the waveform of the acoustic signal output from the reading device and outputs the converted
signal as a control signal to the vibration generator.
[0013]
In the above invention, the readout device is configured to output an analog acoustic signal, and
the stimulation unit is displaced according to the operation of the motor operating according to
the input control signal and used. And a massage ball for applying pressure stimulation to the
body of the person, and the control unit includes a waveform conversion unit that converts the
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waveform of the acoustic signal output from the reading device and outputs the converted signal
as a control signal to the motor In this case, preferably, the stimulation unit further includes a
vibration generator that generates a vibration according to the input control signal, and the
waveform conversion unit is output from the reading device Preferably, the waveform of the
acoustic signal is converted and output to the vibration generator as a control signal.
With this configuration, the chair-type body sensation sound-sensing device can be configured as
a massager.
[0014]
In the above invention, the waveform conversion unit may include: a filter that selects and
transmits a frequency range of the input acoustic signal; and a waveform conversion circuit that
converts the waveform of the output signal of the filter and outputs the converted signal as the
control signal. Preferably, a control signal output from the waveform conversion circuit is
provided to the motor.
[0015]
In this case, the waveform conversion circuit includes a rectifying and smoothing circuit that
rectifies and smoothes an output signal of the filter and outputs the signal as the control signal,
the motor is a DC motor, and the waveform conversion circuit is Preferably, a control signal to be
output is provided.
[0016]
In the above invention, the chair-type body sensory audio system further includes an instruction
receiving unit that receives an instruction on the intensity of stimulation of the stimulation unit,
and the control unit responds to the instruction received by the instruction receiving unit. It is
preferable to further include a gain changing unit that changes the gain of the control signal
supplied to the stimulation unit.
[0017]
In the above invention, the recording medium is a DVD, and the reading device is configured to
be able to reproduce a DVD, is connected to the reading device, and amplifies an acoustic signal
output from the reading device. And the control unit may further include an amplification unit
for providing the amplified acoustic signal.
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[0018]
In the above invention, the reading device reads the sound information and the image
information from the recording medium, and transmits the sound information and the image
information to the outside via the Internet, and the transmission device via the Internet A
receiving apparatus that receives the audio information and the video information, and outputs
the audio signal and the video signal to the video display apparatus and the chair-type body
sensation audio-visual apparatus based on the audio information and the video information. It
can also be done.
[0019]
In the above invention, it is preferable to further include a cover for a chair-type body soundsensing device, which is disposed so as to surround one chair-type body sound-sensing device
and has a partition separating the chair-type body sound-sensing device from the outside. .
[0020]
In the above invention, the chair-type body sound-sensing device has a leg rest for supporting the
user's leg, and the partition of the cover for the chair-type body sound-sensing device is housed
inside the chair-type body sound-sensing sound. Preferably, the device is configured to cover the
leg rest of the device from the outside.
[0021]
In the said invention, it is preferable to set it as the structure by which the said video display
apparatus is integrally provided in the said cover for a chair type body sound sensing apparatus.
[0022]
In the above invention, the cover for the chair-type bodily sensation sensing device is configured
to support the video display device with a flexible arm so that the angle of the video display
surface of the video display device can be changed. Is preferred.
[0023]
In the above invention, the video display device may be a projector for projecting a video on a
screen, or may be a plasma display panel device.
[0024]
In the above invention, a plurality of the chair-type bodily sensation devices are provided, and the
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plurality of chair-type bodily sensation devices are respectively connected to one of the readout
devices to receive the acoustic signal, and the plurality of chair-type bodily sensation devices are
provided. It is preferable that one space in which the bodily sensation sound device is disposed is
configured as a relaxation room.
[0025]
In the above-mentioned invention, the chair-type body sensory acoustic device further includes
an angle sensor for detecting a tilt angle of the backrest portion, and the image display device is
inclined at different angles with respect to the vertical plane. A plurality of video display units
directed to the chair-type body sensory audio system, and one of the plurality of video display
units is selected according to the detection angle of the angle sensor, and the selected video
display It is desirable to be configured to display an image on a unit.
[0026]
In the case of the bodily sensation sound system according to the present invention, the user can
appreciate the sound and the image outputted respectively by the sound output unit and the
image display device, and the body receives the stimulus tuned to the sound. Compared to
listening to the sound or receiving a stimulus tuned to the sound together with this, it is possible
to obtain a higher sense of presence and a relaxing effect.
[0027]
Hereinafter, a bodily sensation sound system according to an embodiment of the present
invention will be specifically described with reference to the drawings.
[0028]
Embodiment 1 FIG. 1 is a perspective view showing the entire configuration of a body sensation
sound system 1 according to Embodiment 1 of the present invention.
As shown in FIG. 1, a body sensation sound system 1 according to the first embodiment of the
present invention includes a DVD reproduction device 2 as a readout device according to the
present invention, a projector 3 as an image display device according to the present invention It
has become the structure which provided 4 and one each.
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The DVD reproduction device 2 reads from the DVD 5 the video information and the audio
information recorded in the DVD (Digital Versatile Disk) 5 as the recording medium according to
the present invention, and the video information and the audio information are the video signal 6
of the electric signal and Each signal is converted to an audio signal 7 and output.
More specifically, the DVD reproduction device 2 decodes the video information encoded by the
MPEG2 (Moving Picture Experts Group phase 2) system, converts it into a video signal 6 such as
a composite video signal and a component video signal, and outputs it. It is possible to decode
audio information encoded by Dolby Digital or the like, convert it into an analog audio signal 7
and output it.
The sound signal 7 represents an amplitude of the sound of the sound by the voltage value, and
is an AC signal representing the height of the sound by the frequency.
Furthermore, when the audio information of the linear PCM system is recorded on the DVD 5, the
DVD reproducing device 2 can also read out the acoustic information from the DVD 5 and output
it as an acoustic signal 7.
[0029]
Such a DVD reproducing apparatus 2 is connected to the projector 3 by a cable 2a for
transmitting a video signal in order to output the video signal 6 to the projector 3 as shown in
FIG.
The projector 3 is configured to project an image on the screen 3a disposed in front based on the
input image signal 6, thereby displaying the image recorded on the DVD 5 on the screen 3a.
[0030]
Further, as shown in FIG. 1, an audio signal output terminal (not shown) of the DVD reproducing
device 2 is connected to the signal amplifying device 4 a by a cable 2 b for transmitting an audio
signal, and is outputted from the DVD reproducing device 2. The voltage level of the acoustic
signal 7 is amplified by the signal amplifier 4a.
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The signal amplification device 4 a is detachable, and is attached to the chair type body sound
sensing device 4.
Further, a cable 2c for transmitting an acoustic signal is extended from the signal amplification
device 4a, and the cable 2c can be attached to and detached from the input terminal 4c provided
in the chair type body sound sensing device 4.
Then, when the cable 2c is connected to the input terminal 4c, the acoustic signal 7 amplified by
the signal amplifier 4a is supplied to the chair-type body sensation type sound sensor 4.
With such a configuration, the voltage level of the acoustic signal 7 output from the DVD
reproduction device 2 is increased by the signal amplification device 4a, and the acoustic signal 7
is applied to the chair-type body sensation sound-sensing device 4.
The chair-type somatosensory device 4 is configured to output a sound based on the sound
signal 7 and to provide the user's body with a stimulus synchronized to the sound, as described
in detail below.
[0031]
FIGS. 2 and 3 are perspective views respectively showing another configuration example of the
signal amplification device 4a of the acoustic sense system according to Embodiment 1 of the
present invention.
The signal amplification device 4a is not detachable as described above, and may be configured
to be installed on the stand 4b as shown in FIG. 2, or as shown in FIG. It may be configured to be
placed on top of the
[0032]
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FIG. 4 is a perspective view showing the external appearance of a chair-type body type sound
sensing device 4 according to Embodiment 1 of the present invention.
As shown in FIG. 4, the chair-type bodily sensation type sound sensor 4 according to the present
embodiment is chair-shaped, and mainly comprises a seat 8, a backrest 9, a leg rest 10, and an
arm rest 11.
The seat portion 8 is configured such that a cushion portion 8c formed substantially flat so that
the upper surface is used as the seat surface 8b is disposed on the upper portion of a base (not
shown) having legs 8a on both lower portions thereof. It is done.
In the cushion portion 8c, an interior material (not shown) made of urethane foam, sponge, or
expanded polystyrene is mounted on the upper surface of the base, and further, this is a raised
tricot made of polyester, synthetic leather, natural leather, etc. It covers and is comprised with
the exterior material (cover) which consists of these.
[0033]
The upper front side of the seat portion 8 (the front side when viewed from the user sitting on
the chair-type bodily sensation type sound sensor 4).
Further, in the following, the left refers to the left when viewed from the user seated on the chairtype bodily sensation type sound sensor 4, and the right refers to the right when viewed from the
same user.
The upper end portion of the leg rest 10 is pivotally attached to the user's ankles and calves for
applying pressure stimulation.
Thus, the leg rest 10 can be pivoted back and forth about its upper end.
[0034]
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The leg rest 10 is configured such that two substantially channel-shaped lower leg supports 12
are arranged side by side with the opening of the channel facing forward.
A plurality of air bladders 12a are provided on each of the three inner surfaces of the lower leg
support 12, that is, the two opposite inner surfaces and one inner bottom surface, and these air
bladders 12a are provided in the seat 8 or the backrest. It is connected by an air hose (not
shown) to an air supply / exhaust system (not shown) consisting of a pump and a valve etc. built
in part 9 and is constructed to expand or contract by air supply / exhaust from the air supply /
exhaust system. ing.
With such a configuration, it is possible to perform a foot massage operation to give a pressure
stimulus to the lower thigh of the user by repeating the expansion and contraction of the air bag
12a while sandwiching the lower thigh of the user by the groove portion of the lower thigh
support 12. Can.
[0035]
A plurality of air bags 8 d of the same configuration are disposed on the back side of the seat
surface of the seat portion 8.
These air bags 8d are also connected to the air supply and exhaust system via an air hose (not
shown), and are configured to expand or contract by air supply and exhaust from the air supply
and exhaust system.
Further, on the back side of the center of the seat surface of the seat portion 8, a vibrator 8e (see
FIG. 6) constituting a vibration generator according to the present invention is provided. The
vibrator 8e has a configuration in which an eccentric mass is attached to the output shaft of a
motor (DC servomotor) 8f, and can generate minute vibrations by being driven. With such a
configuration, by repeating the expansion and contraction of the air bladder 8d in a state where
the user is seated in the seat portion 8, it is possible to perform a buttocks massaging operation
that applies pressure stimulation to the buttocks of the user. By driving the vibrator 8e, it is
possible to perform an anus vibration operation for applying vibrational stimulation to the user's
anus. Note that, instead of the vibrator 8e, another vibration generator such as a transducer may
be provided on the back side of the center of the seat surface.
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[0036]
Furthermore, a backrest 9 is provided at the rear of the seat 8. The backrest 9 is large enough to
prevent a part of the adult's body from sticking out of the chair body 4 when an adult of general
physical size is seated on the chair-type body sensory acoustic device 4 in order to support the
upper body of the user. It has a rectangular shape in front view. The lower end portion of the
backrest portion 9 is pivotally supported at the rear of the seat portion 8 by a horizontal pivot,
and reclining back and forth is enabled by turning the backrest portion 9 around this pivot.
There is. Further, on both sides of the backrest 9, armrests 11 fixed and supported on the base of
the seat 8 are respectively provided. The armrest 11 extends forward from both sides of the
backrest 9 so that it can be used as an elbow rest when the user is seated on the chair-type body
sensory acoustic device 4.
[0037]
Inside the backrest 9, a stimulation supply mechanism 13 as shown in FIG. 5 is provided. FIG. 5:
is a disassembled perspective view which shows the structure of the stimulation supply
mechanism 13 which the chair type body sound-sensing apparatus 4 which concerns on
Embodiment 1 of this invention has. The stimulation supply mechanism 13 has four rollershaped kneading balls 14 for giving mechanical stimulation to the user's body. Further, motors
14a and 14b of a DC servomotor for displacing and driving the collecting balls 14 are provided.
The massaging balls 14 are attached to the tips of two V-shaped arms 15 respectively. Each arm
15 is attached to each of two substantially V-shaped connecting rods 16 so as to be rotatable
within a predetermined range. Each connecting rod 16 is provided with a fitting hole 16a, and
inclined portions 17a provided at both ends of the rotary shaft 17 are loosely fitted in the fitting
hole 16a. The inclined portion 17 a is provided in a state of being inclined at a predetermined
angle with respect to the axial length direction of the rotation shaft 17. A helical gear 18a is
coaxially provided at an intermediate portion of the rotating shaft 17, and the helical gear 18a
meshes with the worm 18b. Thus, the worm gear mechanism 18 is configured by the helical gear
18a and the worm 18b.
[0038]
A pulley 19a is coaxially provided at one end of the worm 18b, and the pulley 19a and a pulley
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19c provided on the output shaft of the motor 14a are connected by a belt 19b. Therefore, the
rotational movement of the motor 14a is transmitted to the worm 18b via the belt 19b, and the
rotation shaft 17 is rotated by the rotation of the worm 18b. Then, with the rotation of the rotary
shaft 17, the inclined portion 17a is displaced so as to draw a conical locus, whereby the
connecting rod 16 operates regularly and the left and right collecting balls 14 move closer and
apart. And move to draw a substantially oval in the vertical direction. This is the massaging
operation of massaging balls 14. The massaging operation of the massaging balls 14 includes an
operation of moving to the front (user side) when the massaging balls 14 on the left and right
approach, and moving backward when the massaging balls 14 on the left and right separate. As
described above, in the massaging operation, the massaging balls 14 move three-dimensionally.
[0039]
Further, as shown in FIG. 5, a fitting hole 20 is provided in the lower part of the connecting rod
16, and a protrusion 22 provided in the connecting member 21 is inserted into the fitting hole
20. The connecting member 21 is provided with holes 23 in the lateral direction, and eccentric
portions 25 provided at both ends of the rotating shaft 24 are loosely fitted in the holes 23.
Further, a pulley 26a is coaxially provided at an intermediate portion of the rotating shaft 24,
and the pulley 26a and a pulley 26c provided on the output shaft of the motor 14b are
connected by a belt 26b. Accordingly, the rotational movement of the motor 14b is transmitted
to the rotating shaft 24 via the belt 26b, and the connection member 21 moves substantially
vertically by the revolution of the eccentric portions 25 at both ends of the rotating shaft 24. As
a result, since the connecting rod 16 is reciprocatively rotated about the fitting hole 16a, the
massaging ball 14 reciprocates substantially vertically in a circular arc. When the motor 14 b is
rotated at a constant speed, the massaging balls 14 reciprocate in a constant cycle, and the
massaging balls 14 are beaten. In addition, when the motor 14b is rotated while changing its
rotational speed, the massaging balls 14 reciprocate in an irregular cycle, which is the finger
pressure operation of the massaging balls 14.
[0040]
As described above, the massaging operation of massaging balls 14 is performed by the driving
of motor 14a, the tapping operation and finger pressing operation of massaging balls 14 are
performed by the driving of motor 14b, and the massaging operation and tapping are performed
by simultaneously driving motors 14a and 14b. The movement or massaging movement and the
finger pressure movement are combined and performed. Of course, it is also possible to perform
each operation independently.
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[0041]
Such a stimulus supply mechanism 13 is attached to a lift 28 as shown in FIG. 4, and rollers 28 a
are provided at both ends of the lift 28. The roller 28 a is supported so as to be able to roll on the
guide rail 29. Further, a nut (not shown) is provided on the lift table 28, and a screw rod 30
provided in parallel to the guide rail 29 is screwed to the nut. The screw rod 30 has its upper and
lower ends pivotally supported, and its lower end connected to the output shaft of a motor 14c
(see FIG. 6) provided at the lower part of the backrest 9. Therefore, when the screw rod 30 is
rotated by the drive of the motor 14 c, the elevator 28 having the nut rotates integrally with the
screw rod 30 when the roller 28 a is engaged with the guide rail 29. As a result, the nut and the
threaded rod 30 rotate relative to each other, and the elevator platform 28 and the stimulus
supply mechanism 13 move up and down. With such a configuration, by moving the stimulus
supply mechanism 13 up and down while the user puts the upper body in the backrest portion 9,
the rolling motion in which the user's back and the balls 14 roll up and down is performed. Can.
[0042]
As described above, in the chair-type bodily sensation type sound sensor 4 according to the first
embodiment, the stimulation unit according to the present invention is configured to have the
vibrator 8 e and the stimulus supply mechanism 13. In addition, as described above, the chairtype body sensation sound-sensing device 4 can execute various massaging operations such as a
foot massage operation, a buttock massage operation, an anus vibration operation, a massage
operation, a tapping operation, a finger pressing operation, and a rolling operation. It is
configured as a possible massager.
[0043]
Further, as shown in FIG. 4, a control unit 33 for controlling the rotation of the motors 8f, 14a,
14b by an acoustic signal is provided in the seat portion 8 of the chair-type bodily sensation type
sound sensor 4. The control unit 33 controls the rotation of each motor based on the input
acoustic signal 7, and as a result, it becomes possible to provide various types of stimulation to
the user's body. In addition, the chair-type bodily sensation sensing device 4 is provided with a
remote controller 34 for setting control contents of the controller 33, and the remote controller
34 is connected to the controller 33 to transmit an operation signal. (See Figure 6). Further, the
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remote controller 34 is configured to be attachable to and detachable from the support 34 a
provided on the armrest 11, and the user operates the remote controller 34 in a state where the
remote controller 34 is attached to the support 34 a It is also possible that the remote control 34
be removed from the support 34a and operated by hand.
[0044]
Furthermore, a detachable headrest 31 is attached to the backrest portion 9. The headrest 31
incorporates a speaker 31a that constitutes the sound output unit of the present invention. The
headrest 31 is configured to support the head of the user at a central portion in the left-right
direction, and the speakers 31a are provided on both sides of the central portion. The speaker
31a is connected to the control unit 33 described above, and can output sound as an audible
sound by the sound signal given from the control unit 33. In addition, the chair-type body
sensation audio system 4 is provided with a headphone connection terminal 32a (see FIG. 6)
connected to the control unit 33, and the user can also make an acoustic by connecting the
headphone 32 to such a terminal. You can appreciate it. In this case, the headphones 32
constitute the sound output unit of the present invention. The speaker 31a may be built in the
backrest 9 instead of the headrest 31. Alternatively, the speaker 31a may not be provided, and
the sound may be viewed only by the headphones 32.
[0045]
FIG. 6 is a block diagram showing a part of the configuration of the body sensation sound system
1 according to Embodiment 1 of the present invention. As shown in FIG. 6, the operation of the
three motors 8f, 14a, 14b is controlled by the control unit 33. Further, the motor 14 c for
reciprocating the elevator platform 28 is configured to rotate forward or backward at a constant
pitch regardless of the acoustic signal 7. Of course, the motor 14c for lifting and lowering the
lifting platform 28 may be configured to control its operation in order to operate in
synchronization with the acoustic signal.
[0046]
The control unit 33 has a waveform conversion unit 35 that converts the waveform of the
acoustic signal 7 and outputs the converted signal as the control signals 7a to 7c, and an
amplifier 38 that amplifies the output control signals 7a to 7c. The waveform conversion unit 35
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selects the frequency range of the acoustic signal 7 and transmits the waveforms of the output
signals from the filters 36a, 36b, and 36c and the specific frequency band signal selection circuit
36 including the plurality of filters 36a, 36b, and 36c that transmit light. There are provided
waveform converting circuits 37a, 37b and 37c for converting. The output destinations of the
waveform conversion circuits 37a to 37c are respectively connected to the separate amplifiers
38, and each amplifier 38 is connected to each of the three motors 8f, 14a, 14b. With this
configuration, a control circuit capable of independently controlling operation of each of the
motors 8f, 14a, 14b is provided. Of course, only the specific frequency band signal selection
circuit 36 can be shared among the waveform conversion units 35, whereby the configuration of
the control unit 33 is simplified.
[0047]
In the first embodiment, as the above filter, a high pass filter 36a transmitting only frequency
components higher than a predetermined frequency of the acoustic signal 7, a low pass filter 36b
transmitting only frequency components lower than the predetermined frequency, and a specific
frequency band And a band pass filter 36c that transmits only the component of. The waveform
conversion circuits 37a to 37c each include a differentiating circuit, an integrating circuit, and a
rectifying and smoothing circuit. The rectification smoothing circuit is, for example, a half wave
rectification smoothing circuit 39a as shown in FIG. 7 or a full wave rectification smoothing
circuit 39b as shown in FIG. In FIG. 7 and FIG. 8, (a) shows the waveform of the acoustic signal 7,
(b) shows the above circuit, and (c) shows the output signal from the rectifying and smoothing
circuit. In the figure, symbol D is a diode, symbol C is a capacitor, and symbol R is a resistor.
[0048]
The specific frequency band signal selection circuit 36 and the waveform conversion circuits 37a
to 37c may be configured using power control means such as a known FET (field effect
transistor).
[0049]
Further, the chair-type body sensation system 4 has a control circuit 40 for setting the
processing of the acoustic signal by the waveform conversion unit 35.
The control circuit 40 comprises a CPU, a memory, an input / output interface and the like, and
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the specific frequency band signal selection circuit 36 changes the output destinations of the
filters 36a, 36b and 36c by the signal output from the control circuit 40. It is configured to be
possible. Specifically, the filters 36a to 36c are configured such that the output destination of the
filter 36a is the waveform conversion circuit 37a, the output destination of the filter 36b is the
waveform conversion circuit 37c, and the output destination of the filter 36c is the waveform
conversion circuit 37b. It is possible to set the output destination of. The waveform conversion
circuits 37a to 37c are configured to be able to select a circuit that processes the input signals
from the filters 36a to 36c by the signal from the control circuit 40. Specifically, in the waveform
conversion circuit 37a, only the rectification smoothing circuit is selected from among the
differentiation circuit, integration circuit and rectification smoothing circuit of the waveform
conversion circuit 37a, and in the waveform conversion circuit 37b, the rectification smoothing
circuit and the differentiation It is possible to select and set a circuit to be subjected to signal
processing in each of the waveform conversion circuits 37a to 37c so that a circuit is selected
and the waveform conversion circuit 37c selects only the integration circuit. When the circuit is
selected as described above, in the waveform conversion circuit 37a, the input signal from the
filter 36a is converted by the rectification smoothing circuit and output to the amplifier 38, and
in the waveform conversion circuit 37b, the input signal from the filter 36c is The signal is
converted by the rectifying and smoothing circuit and the differentiating circuit and output to the
amplifier 38. In the waveform conversion circuit 37c, the input signal from the filter 36b is
converted by the integrating circuit and output to the amplifier 38.
[0050]
As described above, the control circuit 40 sets the output destinations of the filters 36a, 36b and
36c in the specific frequency band signal selection circuit 36, and sets the selection and
combination of circuits in the waveform conversion circuits 37a to 37c. It is made possible. With
such a configuration, for example, the massaging operation is tuned to the high-pitched portion
of the sound, the tapping operation (or finger pressure operation) is synchronized to the lowpitched portion of the sound, and the anal vibration motion is synchronized to the mid-tone
portion of the sound. When the acoustic signal extracted by the selected filter is processed by the
rectifying and smoothing circuit, an output signal having sufficient power to drive the motor can
be formed and processed by the differentiating circuit. In this case, the operation of the motor
can be sharpened, and if it is processed by the integration circuit, the operation of the motor can
be relaxed.
[0051]
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The combination of several output destinations of the filters 36a, 36b and 36c in the specific
frequency band signal selection circuit 36 and the selection of the circuit selection in the
waveform conversion circuits 37a to 37c is previously set in the control circuit 40 as an
operation mode, By operating the remote controller 34, the user can select a desired operation
mode. More specifically, combination data of several types of output destinations of the filters 36
a, 36 b and 36 c and selection of circuits in the waveform conversion circuits 37 a to 37 c are
associated with the operation of the remote controller 34. It is stored in a lookup table. When a
menu of operation modes is displayed on the display unit (not shown) of the remote controller
34 and the user uses the remote controller 34 to instruct a desired operation mode in
accordance with the menu. The combination data corresponding to the operation is read out
from the look-up table, and a signal corresponding to the combination data is output to the
waveform conversion unit 35. Thereby, the setting of the waveform conversion unit 35 is
performed by the combination of the output destinations of the filters 36a, 36b, and 36c and the
circuit selection of the waveform conversion circuits 37a to 37c according to the combination
data. With this configuration, the user can receive a stimulus according to his / her preference by
designating a desired operation mode, and when another user is bored with the stimulation
according to one operation mode, the other operation can be performed. By specifying the mode,
the operation mode can be changed and various stimuli can be received.
[0052]
The acoustic signal 7 input to the control unit 33 is supplied to the specific frequency band
signal selection circuit 36 and is also output from the control unit 33 to the speaker 31 a.
Further, when the headphone 32 is connected to the headphone connection terminal 32 a, the
control unit 33 outputs the sound signal 7 to the headphone 32. Thereby, the speaker 31a and /
or the headphones 32 output the sound as an audible sound based on the sound signal 7, and the
user can appreciate the sound.
[0053]
Further, the video signal 6 output from the DVD reproduction device 2 is given to the projector 3
as described above, and the projector 3 projects the video on the screen 3a (see FIG. 1). This
allows the user to view the video.
[0054]
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With the above-described configuration, when the DVD reproducing device 2 reproduces the
video and audio of the DVD 5, the video is displayed by the screen 3a, and the audio is output
from the speaker 31a of the chair type body sound sensing device 4 The control unit 33 executes
the designated operation mode, and the motors 8f, 14a and 14b operate according to the
operation mode, respectively, to give a stimulus synchronized with the sound to the user's body.
Also, at this time, air supply or exhaust is performed so that the air bladders 8d and 12a repeat
expansion and contraction at a predetermined cycle, respectively, and a pressure stimulus can be
applied to the user's lower thigh and buttocks. .
[0055]
According to the above-described chair-type bodily sensation type sound sensing device 4, the
control section 33 is an operation pattern in which each motor 8f, 14a, 14b is tuned to the sound
from one acoustic signal, and each operation pattern is different. The motor can be controlled to
operate, and as a result, the stimulation synchronized with the sound, which is different for each
body part, can be given to the body of the user. For example, when the sound is music such as
jazz, the control signal 7a tuned to the acoustic part of the bass range such as a drum or a bass is
given to the motor 14a among the acoustic signals, and the vocals to the motor 14b, The control
signal 7b synchronized to the acoustic part of the midrange such as a piano or guitar is given,
and the control signal 7c synchronized to the acoustic part of the treble band such as cymbal is
given to the motor 8f. be able to.
[0056]
Also, by displaying the image and outputting the sound as an audible sound, the user can
appreciate the image and the sound, and at the same time, by providing a stimulus tuned to the
sound to the body of the user, the sound can be simply sounded. The user can obtain an even
higher sense of realism and a relaxing effect as compared to the case of appreciating or
simultaneously giving an acoustically synchronized stimulus to the body.
[0057]
Also, in general, the video and the audio recorded on the DVD 5 are generally in phase with each
other, and by providing the body with a stimulus synchronized with the sound to the user's body,
the stimulus in many cases is synchronized with the video. Will be given to the user's body.
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Therefore, in such a case, it is possible to give the user a higher sense of reality and a relaxing
effect.
[0058]
Also, when the video and audio of a movie are played back by the DVD playback device 2, the
user can watch the movie and also receive a stimulus tuned to the audio, so if the movie is simply
watched. In comparison, the user receives greater force from the image and sound, and can give
the user a higher sense of reality.
[0059]
In addition, by giving a stimulus different from vibration such as itching or tapping to the user's
body, the stimulus felt by the user is not monotonous, the user does not get bored with the
stimulus, and the stimulus of many variations. Can be given to the user.
[0060]
In addition to giving a sensation such as itching or tapping, the user can not only be given high
presence and relaxation effects, but also effects such as blood circulation promotion and fatigue
recovery can be achieved.
[0061]
Furthermore, simultaneous with itching or hitting, pressure stimulation by the air bladders 8d
and 12a is applied to the buttocks and lower thighs of the user to promote circulation of the
user's whole body, further improve the effect of recovery from fatigue, and relax. The effect can
also be improved.
[0062]
Second Embodiment FIG. 9 is a block diagram showing a part of a configuration of a body
sensation sound system 41 according to a second embodiment of the present invention.
The body sensation sound system 41 according to the second embodiment includes a chair-type
body sensation sound device 42 configured as shown in FIG.
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[0063]
The chair-type body sensation system 42 includes a control unit 43 including a waveform
conversion unit 35, an amplifier 38, and a control circuit 40.
Furthermore, the control unit 43 includes a gain adjustment circuit 44 constituting a gain change
unit according to the present invention, and a bias circuit, respectively between the waveform
conversion circuits 37a to 37c and the amplifiers 38 of the waveform conversion unit 35. 45 are
provided in this order from the upstream side to the downstream side in the control signal output
direction.
The gain adjustment circuit 44 is formed of a circuit for increasing or decreasing the amplitude
of the control signals 7a to 7c respectively output from the waveform conversion circuits 37a to
37c.
The bias circuit 45 is configured of a circuit that adds or deletes a signal of a constant value or a
signal whose value regularly fluctuates with respect to the amplitude of the control signals 7a to
7c output from the gain adjustment circuit 44. . On the other hand, if a signal whose value
fluctuates regularly is added and deleted, a wave component can be added to the musical
rhythmic fluctuation.
[0064]
In the control unit 33 of FIG. 6, if the acoustic signal 7 does not exist, the motors 8 f, 14 a, 14 b
are stopped and each operation of the massaging operation, tapping operation (or finger pressing
operation), and anal part vibration operation is not performed. In the control unit 43 of FIG. 9,
even if there is no acoustic signal 7, for example, when a signal with a constant value is added to
the input signal by the bias circuit 45, the motors 8f, 14a, 14b are always driven to perform the
respective operations. It is possible to
[0065]
Further, in the second embodiment, the remote controller 34 is configured as an instruction
receiving unit according to the present invention, and the gains of the three gain adjustment
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circuits 44 are independent of each other when the user operates the remote controller 34. This
instruction signal is given to the control circuit 40, and each gain adjustment circuit 44 is set by
the instructed gain.
That is, the three gain adjustment circuits 44 can be set to different gains.
[0066]
For example, if the stimulation by the stagnation operation is too strong for the user, the user can
operate the remote controller 34 to instruct to decrease the gain of the gain adjustment circuit
44 connected to the motor 14a. In this case, the instruction signal is supplied to the control
circuit 40, and the control circuit 40 changes the gain of the gain adjustment circuit 44 in
accordance with the instruction signal. As a result, the amplitude of the control signal 7a output
from the gain adjustment circuit 44 is reduced compared to that before adjustment, and the
intensity of the stimulation by the stagnation operation is reduced. As described above, by
adjusting the gain of the gain adjustment circuit 44, it is possible to adjust the intensity of each
stimulation of the massaging operation, the beating operation (or the finger pressure operation),
and the anal part vibration operation.
[0067]
The other configuration and effects of the bodily sensation sound system 41 according to the
second embodiment are the same as those of the bodily sensation sound system 1 according to
the first embodiment, and therefore the same components are denoted by the same reference
numerals. The description of the same configuration and effects will be omitted.
[0068]
In the first and second embodiments, the signal amplification device 4a has been described
separately from the DVD reproduction device 2 and the chair type body sound sensing device 4.
However, the DVD reproduction device 2 or the chair type body sound detection device is
described. The signal amplification device may be integrated into 4).
[0069]
Third Embodiment FIG. 10 is a perspective view showing an appearance of a chair-type body
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type sound sensing device 46 according to a third embodiment of the present invention.
As shown in FIG. 10, the chair-type bodily sensation type sound sensor device 46 according to
the third embodiment has an apparatus main body 46a having the same configuration as the
chair type bodily sensation type sound sensor device 4 according to the first embodiment, and a
side of the device main body 46a. And a toll collection machine 46b provided on the
The toll collection machine 46b constitutes a toll reception unit of the present invention, and is
integrally formed with the apparatus main body 46a. The toll collection machine 46b is provided
with a money insertion port 47, which allows the user to input money 48. Further, the toll
collection machine 46b incorporates a known insertion amount detector 49 (see FIG. 11) so that
the amount input by the user can be detected.
[0070]
FIG. 11 is a block diagram showing a part of a configuration of a body sensation sound system
50 according to Embodiment 3 of the present invention. As shown in FIG. 11, the charge amount
detector 49 is connected so as to be able to transmit a signal to the control circuit 40, and
detects the amount when the user charges a charge. An amount signal representing an amount is
sent to the control circuit 40. Further, when the signal is received, the control circuit 40 performs
processing as described later according to a program stored in the memory in the control circuit
40.
[0071]
Further, as shown in FIG. 11, a switch 51 is provided downstream of the input terminal 4c, that
is, on the downstream side of the sound signal transmission direction, and the control circuit 40
can switch the switch 51 on / off. It can be done. Furthermore, the control circuit 40 shuts off the
power supply from the power supply (not shown) to each part of the device main body 46a to
stop the device main body 46a, and starts the power supply from the power supply to each part
of the device main body 46a It is also possible to resume the operation and switch between the
state in which the apparatus main body 46a is operated.
[0072]
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Further, the control unit 54 according to the third embodiment is provided with a drive circuit 53
for driving the motor 52 for reclining the backrest 9 in addition to the components of the control
unit 33 according to the first embodiment. The drive circuit 53 receives a control signal from the
control circuit 40 and drives the motor 52 in accordance with the control signal. Specifically, the
user can instruct adjustment of the reclining angle of the backrest 9 by operating the remote
controller 34, and the control circuit 40 receives this instruction. A control signal corresponding
to this instruction is generated and given to the drive circuit 53, and as a result, the motor 52 can
be operated in the rotation direction according to the instruction.
[0073]
Furthermore, the control unit 54 is provided with a voice synthesis circuit 55. The voice
synthesis circuit 55 is configured to perform voice synthesis processing according to a control
signal supplied from the control circuit 40 to generate a synthesized voice and to output the
synthesized voice from the speaker 31a.
[0074]
FIG. 12 is a flowchart showing the processing procedure of the control circuit 40 of the chairtype body sensation sound sensing device 4 according to Embodiment 3 of the present invention.
First, before the user inserts money 48 into the toll collection machine 46b, the device main body
46a is stopped, the switch 51 is also turned off, and no sound is output from the speaker 31a. It
is in the state where each operation such as itching operation, tapping operation (or finger
pressing operation), anal part vibration operation and the like is stopped.
[0075]
When the user inserts money 48 into the toll collection machine 46b, an amount signal
corresponding to this amount is transmitted from the toll collection machine 46b, and the control
circuit 40 receives this signal (step S1). The control circuit 40 calculates an operation time
according to the amount of money (step S2). In this process, a program for calculating the
operation time according to the amount of money, or a look-up table or the like representing the
correspondence between the amount of money and the operation time is stored in advance in the
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memory of the control circuit 40. Or it can be easily realized by using a look-up table.
[0076]
Next, the control circuit 40 starts clocking (step S3). In step S3, the time counting may be started
when the charge collector 46b receives the charge, that is, when the control circuit 40 receives
an amount signal, or the user collects the money 48 in the charge collector. For example, by
pressing a predetermined operation key of the remote controller 34 after the switch 46b is
inserted, timing may be started when an operation start instruction is issued.
[0077]
Next, the control circuit 40 turns on the switch 51 and starts (resumes) the power supply from
the power supply to each part of the device main unit 46a to start the operation of the device
main unit 46a (step S4). At this time, the acoustic signal 7 is supplied to the control unit 33, and
the massaging operation, the beating operation (or the finger pressure operation) synchronized
with the sound as described above, and the anal part vibration operation are started. In addition,
one or more of the massaging operation, the massaging operation, and the rolling operation may
be started simultaneously with these operations.
[0078]
When the user adjusts the reclining angle, as a result of the user operating the remote controller
34, the control circuit 40 receives an instruction signal for adjusting the reclining angle (YES in
step S5), and the control signal according to the instruction signal is It transmits to the drive
circuit 53 to adjust the reclining angle of the backrest section 9 (step S6), and shifts the process
to step S7. The control circuit 40 also shifts the process to step S7 even when the reclining angle
is not adjusted (NO in step S5).
[0079]
Next, it is determined whether or not the operation time has elapsed since the start of clocking
(step S7). In step S7, when the operation time has not elapsed from the start of clocking (NO in
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step S7), the process of step S7 is repeated. In step S7, if the operation time has elapsed since the
start of clocking (YES in step S7), it is necessary to add a charge if the operation is continued, and
the operation is stopped if there is no addition of the charge. A control signal is transmitted to
the speech synthesis circuit 55 in order to generate synthetic speech (end notice message) (step
S8). As a result, the synthesized voice (end notice message) is output from the speaker 31a, and
the user is notified that the operation has been stopped.
[0080]
Note that this notification is performed by displaying a screen indicating the content of the
notification on, for example, the liquid crystal panel or screen 3 a provided in the remote
controller 34 instead of the configuration for performing such notification to the user by the
output of the synthetic voice. Such notification may be performed on both screen display and
audio output.
[0081]
When the user inserts additional money 48 into the toll collector 46b, an amount signal
corresponding to the amount is sent from the toll collector 46b, and the control circuit 40
receives this signal (YES in step S9).
In this case, the control circuit 40 recalculates the operation time (step S10), and shifts the
process to step S7.
[0082]
Further, when the user does not insert the additional money 48 into the toll collector 46b (NO in
step S9), the control circuit 40 generates a synthesized voice (end message) indicating that the
operation is to be stopped. The control signal is sent to 55 (step S11). Thus, the synthesized voice
(end message) is output from the speaker 31a, and the user is notified of the stop of the
operation.
[0083]
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Then, the control circuit 40 switches the switch 51 off (step S12), and stops the massaging
operation, the beating operation, and the anal part vibration operation. Further, at this time,
when one or more of the massaging operation, the massaging operation, and the rolling
operation are being performed, these operations are simultaneously stopped.
[0084]
Next, the control circuit 40 transmits a control signal for rotating the backrest 9 forward to the
drive circuit 53, and performs operation control of the motor 52 (step S13). As a result, the
backrest 9 rises forward, and the user is urged to leave the seat. Then, the control circuit 40
shuts off the power supply to each part of the device body 46a, stops the operation of the device
body 46a (step S14), and ends the process.
[0085]
With the above configuration, the user can use the sensational sound system 50 only for the
operation time according to the charge.
[0086]
The other configuration and effects of the bodily sensation sound system 50 according to the
third embodiment are the same as those of the bodily sensation sound system 1 according to the
first embodiment. It attaches a code | symbol and abbreviate | omits description about the same
structure and effect.
[0087]
Further, although the device body 46a of the chair-type body sound-sensing device 46 has the
same configuration as the chair-type body sound-sensing device 4 according to the first
embodiment, the same configuration as the chair-type body sound-sensing device 42 according
to the second embodiment It may be
[0088]
In addition, although the case has been described in which the charge receiving unit of the
present invention is configured as the charge collection device 46b capable of inserting money
48, the present invention is not limited thereto. Bill can be inserted and the amount of the
inserted bill can be detected, can be read and written to the prepaid card, and the fee can be paid
by the prepaid card It may be configured as follows.
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[0089]
Fourth Embodiment FIG. 13 is a perspective view showing an entire configuration of a body
sensation sound system 56 according to a fourth embodiment of the present invention.
The bodily sensation audio system 56 according to the fourth embodiment is mainly configured
of one DVD reproduction device 2, one projector 3, and a plurality of (for example, three) chairtype bodily sensation devices 4.
As shown in FIG. 13, the video signal output terminal (not shown) of the DVD reproducing device
2 is connected to the projector 3 by a cable (not shown) for video signal transmission, and the
acoustic signal output terminal of the DVD reproducing device 2 is , And a cable 2b for
transmitting an acoustic signal to the signal amplifier 57.
The signal amplification device 57 amplifies the voltage level of the acoustic signal 7 output from
the DVD reproduction device 2.
Further, a plurality of cables 2c for transmitting acoustic signals are extended from the signal
amplification device 57, and these cables 2c are connected to the input terminals 4c provided in
the respective chair type body sound sensing devices 4. The signal amplification device 57 can
output the acoustic signals 7 amplified simultaneously from the output terminals 57a for the
three acoustic signals.
[0090]
Both ends of the cable 2c are configured to be attachable to and detachable from the output
terminal 57a and the input terminal 4c, respectively, and when both ends of the cable 2c are
respectively connected to the output terminal 57a and the input terminal 4c, the signal
amplification device 57 The acoustic signal 7 amplified in the above is applied to the chair-type
body sensation type sound sensor 4. With such a configuration, the voltage level of the acoustic
signal 7 output from the DVD reproduction device 2 is increased by the signal amplification
device 57 and is simultaneously applied to the chair-type body sensation devices 4.
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[0091]
With such a configuration, a relaxation room 58 is configured by one DVD reproduction device 2,
one set of projector 3 and screen 3a, one signal amplification device 57, and a plurality of chairtype somatosensory devices 4. There is. Here, the relaxation room refers to facilities and spaces
provided for the purpose of giving a plurality of users effects such as relaxation, stress relaxation,
and fatigue recovery.
[0092]
FIG. 14 is a block diagram showing a part of a configuration of a body sensation sound system
56 according to Embodiment 4 of the present invention. As shown in FIG. 14, the signal
amplification device 57 is configured to amplify the acoustic signal 7 output from the DVD
reproducing device 2 by the amplifier 59, and separately output the amplified acoustic signal 7
from the three output terminals 57a. ing. The gain (amplification factor) of the amplifier 59 may
be constant or may be adjustable.
[0093]
The other configuration and effects of the bodily sensation sound system 56 according to the
fourth embodiment are the same as those of the bodily sensation sound system 1 according to
the first embodiment, so the same components are denoted by the same reference numerals. The
description of the same configuration and effects will be omitted.
[0094]
Further, it is possible to connect the chair-type body sound-sensing device 4 having the
configuration described in the first embodiment to the output terminal 57a of the acoustic signal
7 of the signal amplification device 57, and in addition to the configuration described in the
second embodiment. It is also possible to connect the chair-type somatosensory device 42, and it
is also possible to connect the chair-type somatosensory device 46 having the configuration
described in the third embodiment.
[0095]
Further, since the image is displayed by the projector 3 and the screen 3a which are large image
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display devices, it is possible to secure a screen size sufficient for a plurality of users to
simultaneously view the image.
[0096]
Fifth Embodiment FIG. 15 is a perspective view showing an entire configuration of a body
sensation sound system 60 according to a fifth embodiment of the present invention.
The body sensation sound system 60 according to the present embodiment is mainly configured
of one DVD reproduction device 2, one projector 3, and a plurality of (for example, three) chairtype body sensation sound detection devices 61.
As shown in FIG. 15, the video signal output terminal (not shown) of the DVD reproducing device
2 is connected to the projector 3 by a cable (not shown) for video signal transmission, and the
audio signal output terminal of the DVD reproducing device 2 ( Not shown) is connected to the
signal amplifier 62 by a cable 2b for transmitting an acoustic signal.
The signal amplification device 62 is configured to amplify the voltage level of the acoustic signal
7 output from the DVD reproduction device 2. Further, a plurality of cables 2c for transmitting
acoustic signals are extended from the signal amplification device 62, and these cables 2c are
connected to the input terminals 4c provided in the respective chair-type body sound sensing
devices 61. The signal amplification device 57 can output the acoustic signals 7 amplified
simultaneously from the output terminals 62a (see FIG. 16) for three acoustic signals.
[0097]
Both ends of the cable 2c are configured to be attachable to and detachable from the output
terminal 62a and the input terminal 4c, respectively, and when both ends of the cable 2c are
respectively connected to the output terminal 62a and the input terminal 4c, the signal
amplification device 62 The acoustic signal 7 amplified in the above is applied to a chair-type
somatosensory device 61. With this configuration, the voltage level of the acoustic signal 7
output from the DVD reproduction device 2 is increased by the signal amplification device 62,
and is simultaneously applied to the chair-type bodily sensations 61. The chair-type body soundsensing device 61 is the same as the chair-type body sound-sensing device 4 according to the
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first embodiment except for the speaker 31a.
[0098]
In addition, the signal amplification device 62 is further provided with an output terminal 62b
(see FIG. 16) for an acoustic signal, and the amplified acoustic signal 7 is output to the other
output terminal 62a from the output terminal 62b. It can be output simultaneously. One end of a
cable 62c for transmitting an acoustic signal is connected to the output terminal 62b, and the
other end of the cable 62c is connected to a speaker 63 disposed on both sides of the screen 3a
to allow sound generation. It can output from the speaker 63 as a listening sound.
[0099]
With such a configuration, a relaxation room is provided by one DVD reproduction device 2, one
set of projector 3 and screen 3a, one signal amplification device 62, a plurality of chair-type
somatosensory sound devices 61, and a pair of speakers 63. 64 are configured.
[0100]
FIG. 16 is a block diagram showing a part of a configuration of a body sensation sound system
60 according to Embodiment 5 of the present invention.
As shown in FIG. 16, the signal amplification device 62 is configured to amplify the acoustic
signal 7 output from the DVD reproducing device 2 by the amplifier 65, and separately output
the amplified acoustic signal 7 from the output terminals 62a and 62b. ing. The gain
(amplification factor) of the amplifier 65 may be constant or may be adjustable.
[0101]
The other configuration and effects of the bodily sensation sound system 60 according to the
fifth embodiment are the same as those of the bodily sensation sound system 1 according to the
first embodiment, so the same components are denoted by the same reference numerals. The
description of the same configuration and effects will be omitted.
[0102]
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In addition, it is possible to connect a chair-type body sound-sensing device 61 having a
configuration in which the speaker 31a is removed from the chair-type body sound-sensing
device 4 of the first embodiment to the output terminal 62a of the sound signal 7 of the signal
amplification device 62. It is also possible to connect the chair-type body sound-sensing devices
4, 4 and 46 having the configurations described in the first to third embodiments, and the
speaker from the chair-type body sound-sensing devices 42 and 46 of the second and third
embodiments. It is also possible to connect a chair type body sound sensing apparatus of the
structure which removed 31a.
[0103]
Further, since the image is displayed by the projector 3 and the screen 3a which are large image
display devices, it is possible to secure a screen size sufficient for a plurality of users to
simultaneously view the image.
[0104]
Sixth Embodiment FIG. 17 is a perspective view showing an entire configuration of a body
sensation sound system 66 according to a sixth embodiment of the present invention.
The body sensation system 66 according to the present embodiment includes a single composite
plasma display panel device 67 including a DVD reproducing unit 67a (see FIG. 18) and a
speaker 67b, and a plurality of (for example, three) chair-type body sensation devices 61. And
consists mainly of
As shown in FIG. 17, the composite plasma display panel device 67 is provided with an output
terminal 67c for outputting an acoustic signal, and one end of a cable 2b for transmitting an
acoustic signal is connected to the output terminal 67c. There is.
Further, the other end of the cable 2 b is connected to the signal amplification device 57. The
configuration of the signal amplification device 57 is the same as that of the signal amplification
device 57 described in the fourth embodiment, and thus the description thereof is omitted.
[0105]
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Further, one end of a cable 2c for transmitting an acoustic signal is connected to each output
terminal 57a (refer to FIG. 18) of the signal amplification device 57, and these cables 2c are
connected to the respective chair type body sound sensing device 61. It is connected to the
provided input terminal 4c. The configuration of the chair-type bodily sensation type sound
sensor 61 is the same as the configuration of the chair-type bodily sensation type sound sensor
61 described in the fifth embodiment, so the description will be omitted.
[0106]
According to such a configuration, a relaxation room 69 is configured by one composite plasma
display panel device 67, one signal amplification device 57, and a plurality of chair-type
somatosensory devices 61.
[0107]
FIG. 18 is a block diagram showing a part of a configuration of a body sensation sound system
66 according to Embodiment 6 of the present invention.
As shown in FIG. 18, the composite plasma display panel apparatus 67 has a DVD reproducing
section 67a, a speaker 67b, and a plasma display panel section 67d. The DVD reproducing unit
67a has the same configuration as the DVD reproducing apparatus 2 according to the first
embodiment, and video information and audio information recorded in a DVD (not shown) as a
recording medium according to the present invention are transmitted from the DVD The image
information and the sound information are read out and converted to the image signal 6 and the
sound signal 7 of the electric signal, respectively, and output.
[0108]
The composite plasma display panel device 67 incorporates a signal amplification circuit 67e,
and the acoustic signal 7 output from the DVD reproducing device 2 is supplied to the signal
amplification circuit 67e and amplified, and is further output to the speaker 67b. It is supposed
to be Thus, when the sound information is read from the DVD, the sound is output as an audible
sound from the speaker 67b.
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[0109]
The plasma display panel unit (plasma display panel device) 67d has a plasma display panel and
its drive circuit, and is configured to receive the video signal 6 from the DVD reproducing unit
67a and display the image. The audio signal 7 output from the DVD reproducing unit 67a is
supplied to the signal amplifier circuit 67e and is also output from the output terminal 67c to the
outside, and the audio signal output from the output terminal 67c 7 is provided to the signal
amplification device 57.
[0110]
The other configuration and effects of the bodily sensation sound system 66 according to the
sixth embodiment are the same as those of the bodily sensation sound system 1 according to the
first embodiment, so the same components are denoted by the same reference numerals. The
description of the same configuration and effects will be omitted.
[0111]
In addition, it is possible to connect a chair-type body sound-sensing device 61 having a
configuration in which the speaker 31a is removed from the chair-type body sound-sensing
device 4 of the first embodiment to the output terminal 57a of the sound signal 7 of the signal
amplification device 57. It is also possible to connect the chair-type body sound-sensing devices
4, 4 and 46 having the configurations described in the first to third embodiments, and the
speaker from the chair-type body sound-sensing devices 42 and 46 of the second and third
embodiments. It is also possible to connect a chair type body sound sensing apparatus of the
structure which removed 31a.
[0112]
In addition, since the image is displayed by the plasma display panel unit (plasma display panel
device) which is a large image display device, a sufficient screen size is ensured for a plurality of
users to simultaneously view the image. be able to.
[0113]
Further, not only the DVD reproducing unit 67a, the speaker 67b, and the plasma display panel
unit 67d are integrally configured as the composite plasma display panel device 67, but the DVD
reproducing device, the speaker, and the plasma display panel device are separately provided.
Alternatively, an audio signal output from the DVD player may be provided to the speaker, and a
video signal output from the DVD player may be provided to the plasma display panel device.
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[0114]
Seventh Embodiment FIG. 19 is a side view showing a part of a configuration of a body sensation
sound system 70 according to a seventh embodiment of the present invention, and FIG. 20 is a
block diagram thereof.
As shown in FIG. 19, a body sensation sound system 70 according to the seventh embodiment
includes a plasma display panel device 71 which is an image display device of the present
invention, and a chair-type body sensation sound detection device 72.
The plasma display panel device 71 has a configuration in which three plasma display panels
71a to 71c are arranged in the vertical direction, and the lower surface of the plasma display
panel 71a is provided with the display surface vertically, and the middle plasma display panel
71b is inclined so that its display surface faces a predetermined angle lower than the vertical
surface, and the upper plasma display panel 71c is inclined so that its display surface faces
further downward than the middle plasma display panel 71b. There is.
[0115]
In addition, as shown in FIG. 20, the chair-type body sensory acoustic device 72 includes a motor
52 for reclining the backrest 9, a drive circuit 53 for driving the motor 52, and an angle of a
reclining angle detection amount of the backrest 9. And a sensor 73.
The configurations of the motor 52 and the drive circuit 53 are the same as the configurations of
the motor 52 and the drive circuit 53 described in the third embodiment, so the description will
be omitted.
[0116]
Similar to the description in the third embodiment, when the user performs an operation to
change the reclining angle with respect to the remote controller 34, the control circuit 40
receives this signal and sends the control signal to the drive circuit 53. The driving circuit 53
drives the motor 52 to change the reclining angle of the backrest 9.
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[0117]
The angle sensor 73 is connected to the control circuit 40 through a signal line, and transmits an
angle signal representing the detected reclining angle to the control circuit 40.
The control circuit 40 receives an angle signal from the angle sensor 73, compares the reclining
angle with a predetermined threshold to determine which of three predetermined angles the
inclination angle of the backrest 9 is in. .
Specifically, an angle A at which the backrest portion 9 is most raised, shown by a solid line in
FIG. 19, and an angle C at which the backrest portion 9 is most reclined, shown in FIG. The three
angles with the intermediate angle B are determined in advance, and it is determined which of
the angles A to C the reclining angle of the backrest 9 is. Although three angles A to C have been
described to simplify the description, it is actually determined to which of a predetermined three
angle ranges the reclining angle of the backrest 9 belongs. .
[0118]
Further, as shown in FIG. 20, the plasma display panel device 71 has a control circuit 74
provided with a CPU, a memory, an input / output interface and the like, and a drive circuit 75
for driving the plasma display panels 71a to 71c. . The control circuit 74 is connected to the
control circuit 40 of the chair-type body sound sensing apparatus 72 by a signal line, and data
communication with each other is enabled. Further, the control circuit 74 is connected so as to
be able to transmit a control signal to the drive circuit 75.
[0119]
When receiving the angle signal from the angle sensor 73, the control circuit 40 of the chair-type
bodily sensation sensing device 72 determines which of the angles A to C the reclining angle of
the backrest 9 is, and the determination result is The data to be represented is transmitted to the
control circuit 74. When the control circuit 74 receives this data, it selects one of the plasma
display panels 71a to 71c that corresponds to the reclining angle of the backrest 9. Specifically,
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when the reclining angle of the backrest 9 is the angle A, the lower plasma display panel 71a is
selected, and when the reclining angle of the backrest 9 is the angle B, the middle plasma display
panel 71b is selected. When the reclining angle of the backrest 9 is the angle C, the upper plasma
display panel 71 c is selected.
[0120]
Next, the control circuit 74 transmits a control signal instructing the plasma display panel to be
displayed to the drive circuit 75 in order to display an image on a selected one of the plasma
display panels 71a to 71. Drive circuit 75 receives video signal 6 from DVD reproducing device 2
and drives one of plasma display panels 71a-71c instructed by this control signal to drive one of
plasma display panels 71a-71c. An image can be displayed on one of the display objects.
[0121]
The other configuration and effects of the bodily sensation sound system 70 according to the
seventh embodiment are the same as those of the bodily sensation sound system 1 according to
the first embodiment, and therefore the same constituent elements are the same. It attaches a
code | symbol and abbreviate | omits description about the same structure and effect.
[0122]
With the above configuration, the display switching of the plasma display panels 71a to 71c is
performed according to the reclining angle of the backrest 9, and the image is always displayed
on the screen substantially facing the user, and the reclining angle Does not make it difficult to
view the screen, and the user does not have to take an unreasonable posture in accordance with
the screen.
[0123]
In the seventh embodiment, the image is displayed on one of the three plasma display panels 71a
to 71c that matches the reclining angle of the backrest 9, but the same configuration is used for
the projector and You may comprise on a screen.
[0124]
Eighth Embodiment As shown in FIG. 13, a body sensation sound system 76 according to an
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eighth embodiment of the present invention includes a DVD reproduction device 2, a projector 3
and a screen 3 a, a signal processing device 77, and a plurality of (for example 3 (C) chair-type
body sensation sound sensing device 78.
The sound signal output terminal of the DVD reproduction device 2 is connected to the signal
processing device 77 by a cable 2 b for sound signal transmission.
The signal processing unit 77 converts and amplifies the waveform of the audio signal 7 output
from the DVD reproducing unit 2.
Further, a plurality of cables 79 for transmitting acoustic signals and control signals are extended
from the signal processing device 77, and these cables 79 are connected to the input terminals
80 provided in the respective chair-type body sensory acoustic devices 78. ing. The signal
processing device 77 can output the acoustic signal 7 and the control signals 7a to 7c amplified
simultaneously from the output terminals 77a for the three acoustic signals and the control
signal.
[0125]
Both ends of the cable 79 are configured to be attachable to and detachable from the output
terminal 77a and the input terminal 80, respectively, and when both ends of the cable 79 are
respectively connected to the output terminal 77a and the input terminal 80, the signal
processing device 77 The acoustic signal 7 and the control signals 7a to 7c output from the
above are supplied to the chair-type body sensory acoustic device 78.
[0126]
With such a configuration, a relaxation room 81 is configured by one DVD reproduction device 2,
one set of projector 3 and screen 3a, one signal processing device 77, and a plurality of chairtype body sensation sound sensing devices 78. There is.
[0127]
FIG. 21 is a block diagram showing a part of a configuration of a body sensation sound system
76 according to Embodiment 8 of the present invention.
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As shown in FIG. 21, the signal processing device 77 takes in the audio signal 7 output from the
DVD reproducing device 2 from the input terminal 77 b and gives it to the control unit 33.
Since the configuration of the control unit 33 is the same as the configuration of the control unit
33 described in the first embodiment, the same components are denoted by the same reference
numerals and the description thereof will be omitted.
[0128]
The front portion of the signal processing device 77 is provided with an operation unit 82 in
which a plurality of operation buttons, keys, and the like are arranged. The operation unit 82 is
connected to the control circuit 40 and outputs an operation signal to the control circuit 40
according to the operation of the user. The user can select a desired operation mode by operating
the operation unit 82 in the same manner as described in the first embodiment, thereby
changing the operation mode. It will be. The operation of the signal processing device 77 related
to the operation mode setting is the same as the operation of the chair-type body sensation
sound-sensing device 4 related to the operation mode setting described in the first embodiment,
and thus the description thereof will be omitted.
[0129]
The acoustic signal 7 fetched from the input terminal 77 b and the control signals 7 a to 7 c
outputted from the respective amplifiers 38 are outputted from the three output terminals 77 a
to the outside of the signal processing device 77 respectively. Then, the acoustic signal 7 and the
control signals 7a to 7c are given to the chair type body sound sensing apparatus 78 through the
cable 79.
[0130]
FIG. 22 is a block diagram showing a part of the configuration of a chair-type body sensation
sound-sensing device 78 according to Embodiment 8 of the present invention. As shown in FIG.
22, the chair-type body sensation type sound sensor 78 according to the eighth embodiment is
provided with three amplifiers 83, and the control signals 7a to 7c respectively input from the
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input terminal 80 are controlled by the respective amplifiers 83. Each is separately amplified.
The control signal 7a output from the amplifier 83 is supplied to the motor 14a, the control
signal 7b output from the amplifier 83 to the motor 14b, and the control signal 7c output from
the amplifier 83 to the motor 8f. It is intended that a massaging operation, a tapping operation,
and anal part vibration operation synchronized with each are performed.
[0131]
Further, the acoustic signal 7 input from the input terminal 80 is output to the speaker 31a.
Further, when the headphone 32 is connected to the headphone connection terminal 32 a, the
acoustic signal 7 is output to the headphone 32. Thereby, the speaker 31a and / or the
headphones 32 output the sound as an audible sound based on the sound signal 7, and the user
can appreciate the sound.
[0132]
The other configuration and effects of the bodily sensation sound system 76 according to the
eighth embodiment are the same as those of the bodily sensation sound system 1 according to
the first embodiment, so the same components are denoted by the same reference numerals. The
description of the same configuration and effects will be omitted.
[0133]
With the above-described configuration, it is not necessary to provide a control unit for
converting the waveform of the acoustic signal to each chair-type body sensation type sound
sensor 78, and the chair type body sensation type sound sensor 78 can be configured
inexpensively.
Further, the signal processor 77 converts the waveforms of the acoustic signal 7 to generate
control signals 7a to 7c, and gives these control signals 7a to 7c to a plurality of chair-type body
sound-sensing devices 78 to drive the motors 8f and 14a. , 14b, the chair-type body sensation
type sound sensors 78 can be operated with the same operation pattern.
[0134]
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Ninth Embodiment FIG. 23 is a perspective view schematically showing an entire configuration of
a body sensation sound system according to a ninth embodiment of the present invention. As
shown in FIG. 23, a body sensation sound system 101 according to Embodiment 9 of the present
invention includes a transmission / reception system 102 which is a readout device according to
the present invention. The transmission / reception system 102 includes a server apparatus 103
as a transmission apparatus according to the present invention, and a client apparatus 104 as a
reception apparatus according to the present invention. The client device 104 is installed, for
example, in a building where the projector 3 and the chair type body sound sensing device 4 are
installed, such as a house owned by the user, and the server device 103 is not in this building,
For example, it is installed in a building owned by a provider who provides audio information and
video information. The server apparatus 103 and the client apparatus 104 are configured to be
able to connect to the Internet 105 via an optical communication line, a telephone line, wireless,
a dedicated line for Internet connection, etc. It is possible to mutually transmit and receive data.
[0135]
FIG. 24 is a block diagram showing the configuration of the transmission and reception system.
As shown in FIG. 24, the server apparatus 103 mainly includes a CPU 111, a ROM 112, a RAM
113, a hard disk 114, and a communication interface 115.
[0136]
The CPU 111 can execute a program stored in the ROM 112 and / or a program loaded to the
RAM 113.
[0137]
The ROM 112 includes a mask ROM, a PROM, an EPROM, an EEPROM, and the like, and stores
programs executed by the CPU 111, data used for the programs, and the like.
[0138]
The RAM 113 is configured by SRAM, DRAM or the like.
The RAM 113 is used to read programs stored in the ROM 112 and the hard disk 114.
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When these programs are executed, they are used as a work area of the CPU 111.
[0139]
The hard disk 114 is installed with various programs to be executed by the CPU 111. Further, the
hard disk 114 stores audiovisual data 114 a in which audio information and video information to
be provided to the client device 104 are integrally combined. The audio and video data 114a is
compressed according to a predetermined audio data compression method (MP3, ATRAC, etc.)
and a video data compression method (MPEG-1, MPEG-2, etc.), and is synchronized according to
audio information and image information taken. The audio and video can be reproduced by
processing the audio-visual data 114a by the corresponding reproduction program.
[0140]
The communication interface 115 is, for example, a modem, a TA and a DSU, or an Ethernet
(registered trademark) interface, whereby the server device 103 can exchange data with other
devices connected to the Internet 105 using TCP / IP. Transmission and reception is possible.
[0141]
The client device 104 mainly includes a CPU 121, a ROM 122, a RAM 123, a communication
interface 124, a signal output interface 125, and an operation panel 126 for receiving an
operation from the user.
[0142]
The CPU 121 can execute a program stored in the ROM 122 and / or a program loaded to the
RAM 123.
[0143]
The ROM 122 is composed of a mask ROM, a PROM, an EPROM, an EEPROM, etc., and stores
programs executed by the CPU 121 and data used for the programs.
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The program recorded in the ROM 122 includes the reproduction program described above.
According to this reproduction program, the above-described audio and video data 114a are
respectively supplied to the video signal 6 of a format that the projector 3 can output as an
image and the audio signal 7 of a format that the chair-type body sensation device 4 can output
audio. It can be converted.
[0144]
The RAM 123 is configured by SRAM, DRAM or the like.
The RAM 123 is used to read a program stored in the ROM 122. In addition, when executing
these programs, it is used as a work area of the CPU 121. Furthermore, when the client device
104 receives the audio video data 114a described above, the audio video data 114a is
temporarily stored in the RAM 123.
[0145]
The communication interface 124 is, for example, a modem, a TA and a DSU, or an Ethernet
(registered trademark) interface, whereby the client device 104 communicates with other devices
connected to the Internet 105 using TCP / IP. Transmission and reception is possible.
[0146]
The signal output interface 125 is connected to the projector 3 and the chair-type bodily
sensation sensing device 4 by cables 2a and 2b for signal transmission, respectively, transmits
the video signal 6 given from the CPU 111 to the projector 3, and receives it from the CPU 111.
It is comprised so that it is possible to transmit the said acoustic signal 7 to the chair type body
sound sensing apparatus 4. FIG.
[0147]
The operation panel 126 has a plurality of operation keys, and the user presses the operation
keys in a predetermined procedure to instruct selection of the audiovisual data 114a to be
reproduced and start of download from the server apparatus 103. It can be done.
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[0148]
Next, the operation of the body sensation sound system 101 according to Embodiment 9 of the
present invention will be described.
FIG. 25 is a flowchart showing the flow of the operation of the body sensation sound system
according to the ninth embodiment of the present invention.
As shown in FIG. 25, the user operates the operation panel 126 of the client apparatus 104 to
input an instruction to select the audiovisual data 114a to be downloaded and to start the
download.
The client device 104 receives this operation (step S101), and transmits download start request
data including data specifying the selected audiovisual data 114a to the server device 103 (step
S102).
[0149]
The server apparatus 103 receives the download start request data (step S103), reads the
audiovisual data 114a specified by the data from the hard disk 114 to the RAM 113 (step S104),
and transmits the audiovisual data 114a from the communication interface 115 to the client It
transmits to the apparatus 104 (step S105).
[0150]
The client device 104 receives the audio-visual data 114a transmitted from the server device
103 (step S106), generates the video signal 6 and the audio signal 7 from the audio-video data
114a, and outputs the video signal 6 and the audio signal 7 (step S107).
At this time, after all the audio and video data 114a has been received, it may be configured to be
collectively converted into the video signal 6 and the audio signal 7, or in parallel with the
reception of the audio and video data 114a, the video signal It may be configured to perform
conversion (streaming) to 6 and sound signal 7. The video signal 6 is transmitted to the projector
3 in this manner, and the acoustic signal 7 is transmitted to the chair type body sound sensing
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device 4, whereby the video is projected on the screen 3a and the sound is audible sound from
the speaker 31a and / or the headphones 32. As a result, the chair-type somatosensory device 4
operates so as to give the user's body a stimulus tuned to the sound. Then, after the transmission
of the video signal 6 and the audio signal 7 ends, the operation of the client device 104 ends.
[0151]
With the above configuration, even if each user does not prepare a recording medium such as a
DVD having audio information and video information recorded thereon, a vendor providing the
audio information and video information is newly added. By recording the audio video data 114a
on the hard disk of the server apparatus 103, new audio video data 114a can be easily provided
to the user. Also, even if a plurality of users do not purchase new recording media, each user can
provide new audio video data 114a only by the vendor recording new audio video data 114a in
the server apparatus 103. It is possible to receive
[0152]
The other configuration and effects of the bodily sensation sound system 101 according to the
ninth embodiment are the same as those of the bodily sensation sound system 1 according to the
first embodiment, so the same components are denoted by the same reference numerals. The
description of the same configuration and effects will be omitted.
[0153]
In addition, a relaxation room can also be configured by installing a plurality of chair-type
somatosensory devices 4, a set of projectors 3, a screen 3a, and one client device 104 in one
space.
[0154]
Further, in the present embodiment, the configuration has been described in which the client
apparatus 104 accesses the server apparatus 103 and downloads the audio-visual data 114a
every time audio and video are reproduced, but the present invention is not limited to this. The
client device 104 includes a drive device for reading and writing data on a readable and writable
recording medium such as a hard disk, a card type memory, a DVD-R, a DVD-RW, a CD-R, a CDRW, etc. The audio and video data 114a downloaded once is recorded on the recording medium
by the drive device, and when reproducing the same audio and video again, the drive device
generates audio and video data from the recording medium without accessing the server device
103. It can also be configured to read 114a.
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[0155]
Further, in the present embodiment, the configuration is described in which the user selects the
preferred audio-visual data 114a and downloads it from the server apparatus 103 each time
audio and video are reproduced, but the present invention is limited thereto. Alternatively, for
example, the client apparatus 104 may access the server apparatus 103 every predetermined
period (every week, every month, etc.) and automatically download the newly added audiovisual
data 114a to the client apparatus 104. .
[0156]
Tenth Embodiment FIG. 26 is a side view showing a configuration of a body sensation sound
system according to a tenth embodiment of the present invention, and FIG. 27 is a front view
thereof.
As shown in FIG. 26 and FIG. 27, the body sensation system 201 according to the tenth
embodiment of the present invention includes a chair-type body sensation sensor cover 202 that
accommodates one chair-type body sensation apparatus 4 inside.
The cover 202 for the chair-type body sound-sensing device is slightly larger in size than the
chair-type body sound-sensing device 4, and one side of the chair-type body sound-sensing
device 4 (the left side in the tenth embodiment) is excluded. It has a partition 203 surrounding
the chair type body sound sensing device 4.
With this partition wall 203, when the chair type body sound sensing device 4 is reclined to the
maximum angle, that is, in a state where the backrest 9 is tilted to the limit, the chair type body
sound sensing device 4 is hardly visually recognized from the outside. It is considered as high as
it can not be.
As a result, the chair type body sound sensing apparatus 4 and the outside are separated by the
partition wall 203, and the interior of the chair type body sound pickup apparatus cover 202
becomes a kind of private room, and the video and sound without the user worrying about other
people's eyes You can watch and also have a massage. That is, a relaxation room for personal use
is configured inside the chair type body sensation sound system cover 202.
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[0157]
Further, as shown in FIGS. 26 and 27, the partition 203 of the cover 202 for the chair-type body
sensory acoustic device is projected forward of the leg rest 10 of the chair-type body sensory
acoustic device 4 so that the leg rest 10 is covered and concealed. It has become. As a result,
when the leg rest 10 of the chair-type bodily sensation sensing device 4 is pivoted upward and
the leg of the user extends substantially straight and laterally, the toe of the user can not be seen
from the outside, The user can relax and watch video and sound, and can receive a massage.
[0158]
Further, the cover 203 for the chair-type body sound-sensing device is such that the partition
wall 203 extends above the upper end portion of the backrest portion 9 of the chair-type body
sound-sensing device 4 and the flexible arm 204 further extends from that portion. A liquid
crystal display 205 is provided at the tip of the flexible arm 204. The flexible arm 204 is flexible,
and by freely bending the flexible arm 204, the angle of the display surface of the liquid crystal
display 205 can be freely set.
[0159]
Further, a DVD reproduction device 2 connected to the liquid crystal display 205 is disposed
inside the chair-type body sound-sensing device cover 202. As a result, the video reproduced by
the DVD reproducing device 2 is displayed on the liquid crystal display 205, the reproduced
sound is output by the speaker 31a of the chair-type body sound-sensing device 4, and the chairtype body sound-sensing device 4 The body is given a stimulus synchronized to the sound.
[0160]
The other configuration and effects of the bodily sensation sound system 201 according to the
tenth embodiment are the same as those of the bodily sensation sound system 1 according to the
first embodiment, so the same components are denoted by the same reference numerals. The
description of the same configuration and effects will be omitted.
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[0161]
In the first to tenth embodiments described above, the chair-type body sensation acoustic sensing
devices 4, 42, 46, 61 and 72 are described as being configured as a massager, but the present
invention is not limited to this. The backrest, the seat, and one or more of the leg rests are
provided with vibration generators, and each vibration generator is acoustically driven to provide
vibration stimulation synchronized with the sound to the user's body. You may
[0162]
Further, in the fourth, fifth, sixth and eighth embodiments, the space in which the video display
apparatus and the plurality (three) of chair-type bodily sensation type sound sensors are
arranged as the relaxation rooms 58, 64, 69 and 81 is provided. As described above, the
relaxation room may be a space in which an image display device and a chair-type bodily
sensation sound-sensing device are disposed one by one.
[0163]
Furthermore, Embodiments 1 to 9 described above are each an embodiment, and various
modifications are possible without departing from the scope of the present invention, and the
present invention is not limited to the above-described embodiments. .
[0164]
The body sensation sound system according to the present invention allows the user to
appreciate the sound and the image outputted respectively by the sound output unit and the
image display device, and at the same time, since the body receives the stimulus tuned to the
sound, There is an effect that a higher sense of reality and a relaxing effect can be obtained as
compared with the case where the body receives a stimulus synchronized to the sound or to
accompaniment, and the sound and the image recorded on the recording medium are
reproduced. Further, by applying a stimulus tuned to the sound to the user's body, it is useful as
a body sensation sound system or the like that allows the user to feel the sound.
[0165]
BRIEF DESCRIPTION OF THE DRAWINGS It is a perspective view which shows the structure of
the whole body sensation sound system which concerns on Embodiment 1 of this invention.
It is a perspective view which respectively shows the other structural example of the signal
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amplification apparatus of the acoustic sense system which concerns on Embodiment 1 of this
invention.
It is a perspective view which respectively shows the other example of a structure of the signal
amplifier of the acoustic sense system which concerns on Embodiment 1 of this invention.
It is a perspective view which shows the external appearance of the chair-type body soundsensing apparatus based on Embodiment 1 of this invention.
It is a disassembled perspective view which shows the structure of the stimulus supply
mechanism which the chair type body sound-sensing apparatus based on Embodiment 1 of this
invention has.
It is a block diagram showing a part of composition of a body sensation sound system concerning
Embodiment 1 of the present invention. It is a circuit diagram which shows an example of the
rectification smoothing circuit in the control part of FIG. 6, (a) shows the waveform of an acoustic
signal, (b) shows the said circuit, (c) shows the output signal from a smoothing circuit. ing. It is a
circuit diagram which shows the other example of the rectification smoothing circuit in the
control part of FIG. 6, (a) shows the waveform of an acoustic signal, (b) shows the said circuit, (c)
shows the output signal from a smoothing circuit Is shown. It is a block diagram which shows a
part of structure of the bodily sensation sound system which concerns on Embodiment 2 of this
invention. It is a perspective view which shows the external appearance of the chair type body
sound-sensing apparatus based on Embodiment 3 of this invention. It is a block diagram which
shows a part of structure of the bodily sensation sound system which concerns on Embodiment 3
of this invention. It is a flowchart which shows the process sequence of the control circuit of the
chair-type body sensation type sound sensor which concerns on Embodiment 3 of this invention.
It is a perspective view which shows the structure of the whole body sensation sound system
which concerns on Embodiment 4, 8 of this invention. It is a block diagram which shows a part of
structure of the bodily sensation sound system which concerns on Embodiment 4 of this
invention. It is a perspective view which shows the structure of the whole body sensation sound
system which concerns on Embodiment 5 of this invention. It is a block diagram which shows a
part of structure of the bodily sensation sound system which concerns on Embodiment 5 of this
invention. It is a perspective view which shows the structure of the whole body sensation sound
system which concerns on Embodiment 6 of this invention. It is a block diagram which shows a
part of structure of the bodily sensation sound system which concerns on Embodiment 6 of this
invention. It is a side view which shows a part of structure of the bodily sensation sound system
which concerns on Embodiment 7 of this invention. It is a block diagram which shows a part of
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structure of the bodily sensation sound system which concerns on Embodiment 7 of this
invention. It is a block diagram which shows a part of structure of the bodily sensation sound
system which concerns on Embodiment 8 of this invention. It is a block diagram which shows a
part of structure of the chair type body sound-sensing apparatus based on Embodiment 8 of this
invention. It is a perspective view which shows typically the whole structure of the bodily
sensation sound system which concerns on Embodiment 9 of this invention. It is a block diagram
which shows the structure of a transmission / reception system. It is a flowchart which shows the
flow of operation | movement of the bodily sensation sound system which concerns on
Embodiment 9 of this invention. It is a side view which shows the structure of the bodily
sensation sound system which concerns on Embodiment 10 of this invention. It is a front view
which shows the structure of the bodily sensation sound system which concerns on Embodiment
10 of this invention.
Explanation of sign
[0166]
1, 41, 50, 56, 60, 66, 70, 76, 101, 201 Body Sensation Sound System 2 DVD Reproduction
Device 3 Projector 3a Screen 4, 42, 46, 61, 72, 78, Chair Type Body Sensation Sound Sensor 4a,
57 , 62 signal amplifier 5 DVD (recording medium) 6 video signal 7 audio signal 7a to 7c control
signal 8d air bag 8e vibrator 8f motor 9 backrest portion 13 stimulation supply mechanism 14
massaging ball 14a to 14c motor 15 arm 16 connecting rod 17 rotation Shaft 17a inclined
portion 18 worm gear mechanism 18a helical gear 18b worm 19a, 19c pulley 19b belt 21
connecting member 22 projecting portion 24 rotating shaft 25 eccentric portion 26a, 26c pulley
26b belt 28 elevator base 28a roller 29 guide rail 30 screw rod 31 headrest 31a speaker 32
headphone 32a headphone connection terminal 33, 43, 54 control unit 34 remote controller 34a
support base 35 waveform conversion unit 36 specific frequency band signal selection circuit
36a to 36c filter 37a to 37c waveform conversion circuit 38 amplifier 39a half wave rectification
smoothing circuit 39b full-wave rectification smoothing circuit 40 control circuit 44 gain
adjustment circuit 45 bias circuit 46a main body 46b toll collection machine 47 money input
port 48 money 49 input amount detector 51 switch 52 motor 53 drive circuit 55 speech
synthesis circuit 58, 64, 69 , 81 Relaxation room 59 Amplifier 62 Signal amplification device 63
Speaker 67 Combined type plasma display panel device 67a DVD playback unit 67b Speaker 67d
Plasma display panel unit 67e Communication Amplifier circuit 71 Plasma display panel device
71a to 71c Plasma display panel 73 Angle sensor 74 Control circuit 75 Drive circuit 77 Signal
processing device 82 Operation unit 102 Transmission / reception system 103 Server device
104 Client device 105 Internet 111 CPU 112 ROM 113 RAM 114 Hard disk 114a Sound Video
data 115 Communication interface 121 CPU 122 ROM 123 RAM 124 Communication interface
125 Signal output interface 126 Operation panel 202 Cover for a chair type body sound sensing
device 203 Partition wall 204 Flexible arm 205 Liquid crystal display
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