UC-LOGIC TECHNOLOGY CORP.
|UC-LOGIC TECHNOLOGY CORP. Patent applications|
|Patent application number||Title||Published|
|20140146015||TIP ELEMENT CAPABLE OF LIGHT COLLECTION, AND LIGHT-EMITTING TOUCH PEN INCORPORATING THE SAME FOR AN OPTICAL TOUCH DEVICE - A tip element for a light-emitting touch pen includes: a solid transparent rod having a first rod portion disposed in a pen barrel, and an exposed second rod portion with a tip; and a light collecting unit including a first light-collecting structure formed coaxially in the first rod portion, and a second light-collecting structure formed, coaxially in the second rod portion and projecting toward the first rod portion. A part of light, which is emitted by a lighting unit in the pen barrel and propagates into the first rod portion, is reflected/refracted by the first light-collecting structure toward the second light-collecting structure to thereby radiate out of the second rod portion through reflection/refraction thereby.||05-29-2014|
|20130187892||OPTICAL TOUCH DEVICE - An optical touch device includes: two light beam scanning modules each scanning a touch region of a panel body with a scanning light beam, whose incident angle varies with time, and outputting a time index signal associated with the incident angle; two light sensor modules each sensing a corresponding reflected scanning light beam generated due to presence of a touch within the touch region so as to output a sensing signal; and a processing unit for locating the touch based on the time index signal from each light beam scanning module, the sensing signal from each light sensor module, and a look-up table having pieces of angle information corresponding to a series of time indexes and associated with the incident angle of each scanning light beam.||07-25-2013|
|20130057505||ELECTROMAGNETIC INDUCTIVE INPUT APPARATUS - An electromagnetic inductive input apparatus includes a signal transmitting device including a signal transmitter, and a signal receiving device. The signal receiving device includes a transparent substrate, first and second sets of transparent conductors disposed on the transparent substrate, and formed as spacedly arranged straight non-loop lines, and a control device electrically coupled to the transparent conductors and operable to detect a detected signal from the transparent conductors, and to determine a position of the signal transmitting device relative to the transparent substrate.||03-07-2013|
|20120306820||Optical touch device and locating method thereof - In an optical touch device and locating method thereof, light sensor modules are mounted on a panel body. Each light sensor module includes an array of light sensors each assigned with an individual index corresponding to angle information thereof. A look-up table includes the angle information corresponding to the indexes assigned respectively to the light sensors of the light sensor modules. A processing unit receives from each light sensor module a number of sensing signals generated by a series of the light sensors in response to touching of an object in a touch area of the panel body, and determines a position of a touch point of the object in the touch area based on the sensing signals from the light sensor modules, and the look-up table.||12-06-2012|
|20120223917||Position Indicator - A position indicator is for use with a wireless platform operable to wirelessly transmit an excitation signal and to determine position of the position indicator relative to the wireless platform according to an oscillation signal received by the wireless platform. The position indicator includes: a working unit disposed in a casing unit, and operable to receive the excitation signal via a receiver coil, to generate the oscillation signal from the excitation signal, and to wirelessly transmit the oscillation signal via a transmitter coil; and a trigger unit disposed in the receiving space, and including a core part having first and second sections that correspond respectively in position to the transmitter and receiver coils, the first section of the core part having a varying permeability value, the second section of the core part having a substantially non-varying permeability value.||09-06-2012|
|20120113065||STYLUS INPUT DEVICE - A stylus input device includes a grip, a surface-contacting member, a pivot joint, and first and second sensor modules. The pivot joint is disposed to connect the grip to the surface-contacting member and permit tilting of the grip relative to a working surface when the surface-contacting member is in intimate contact with the working surface, and is configured to permit and guide axial displacement of the grip relative to the surface-contacting member. The first and second sensor modules are disposed respectively in the surface-contacting member and the grip for sensing two-dimensional movement of the surface-contacting member on the working surface and axial displacement of the grip so as to respectively generate a two-dimensional movement signal and an axial displacement signal that are to be converted into a positioning signal by a processing unit for subsequent transceiving by a transmitting module.||05-10-2012|
|20120062514||Electromagnetic-Type Touch Input Device, and Touch Display Device Incorporating the Same - An electromagnetic-type touch input device of a touch display device includes: a main sensor board disposed under a liquid crystal display (LCD) module for sensing an electromagnetic wave signal from an electronic stylus upon a touching by the electronic so as to generate a first sensing output; an auxiliary periphery sensor disposed on a top surface of the LCD module configured with a peripheral non-display area surrounding a central display area, and including X-axis and Y-axis antenna coils disposed above said peripheral non-display area of the LCD module for sensing the electromagnetic wave signal from the electronic stylus upon the touching by the electronic stylus so as to generate a second sensing output; and a control unit outputting an input signal associated with a two-dimensional coordinate and corresponding to a location of a touch point of the electronic stylus based on the first and second sensing outputs.||03-15-2012|
Patent applications by UC-LOGIC TECHNOLOGY CORP.