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InPut by Mind Map: InPut

1. What is input?

1.1. anythings what entered into memmory of computer

1.2. intructions

1.2.1. programs

1.2.2. commands

1.2.3. user responses

2. Keybord

2.1. contains keys users press to enter into computer

2.2. have...

2.2.1. Between 101 and 105 keys

2.2.2. A numeric keypad on the right side of the keyboard

2.2.3. Function keys, CTRL keys, ALT keys, and arrow keys

2.2.4. WINDOWS key

2.2.5. APPLICATION key

2.2.6. Toggle keys

2.3. kind..

2.3.1. Wired Keyboards

2.3.1.1. USB port

2.3.1.2. Keyboard port

2.3.2. Wireless Keyboards

2.3.2.1. Bluetooth

2.3.2.2. IrDA

3. What is input device?

3.1. any hardware component that allows users to enter data and instructions

4. Pointing Devices

4.1. that allows a user to control a pointer on the screen

4.2. Mouse

4.2.1. a pointing device that fits under the palm of your hand comfortably

4.2.2. kind

4.2.2.1. wired

4.2.2.2. wireless

4.2.3. Mouse operations

4.2.3.1. point

4.2.3.2. click

4.2.3.3. right-click

4.2.3.4. double-click

4.2.3.5. triple-click

4.2.3.6. drag

4.2.3.7. right-drag

4.2.3.8. rotate wheel

4.2.3.9. free spin wheel

4.2.3.10. press wheel

4.2.3.11. tilt wheel

4.2.3.12. press thumb button

4.3. Trackball

4.3.1. pointing with a ball on its top or side

4.4. Touchpad

4.4.1. a small, flat, rectangular pointing device that is sensitive to pressure and motion

4.5. Pointing Stick

4.5.1. a pressure-sensitive pointing device shaped like a pencil eraser that is positioned between keys on a keyboard

5. Touch Screens and Touch-Sensitive Pads

5.1. a touch-sensitive display device

6. Pen Input

6.1. touch a stylus or digital pen on a flat surface to write, draw, or make selections

7. Game Controllers

7.1. gamepads

7.2. joysticks and wheels

7.3. light guns

7.4. dance pads

7.5. motion-sensing controllers

8. Digital Cameras

8.1. take pictures and store them digitally

8.2. Studio cameras

8.3. Field cameras

8.4. Point-and-shoot cameras

8.5. factors affect the quality

8.5.1. Resolution

8.5.2. Number of bits stored in each pixel

9. Voice Input

9.1. speaking into a microphone

9.2. Audio Input

9.2.1. speech

9.2.2. music

9.2.3. sound effects

10. Video Input

10.1. capturing full-motion images and storing them on a computer’s storage medium

10.2. Step to make

10.2.1. 1.Record video on a digital video (DV) camera

10.2.2. 2.Connect the camera to a port on the system unit

10.2.3. 3.Transfer video and images

10.3. Web cam

10.3.1. Capture video and still images

10.3.2. Send e-mail messages with video attachments

10.3.3. Add live images to instant messages

10.3.4. Broadcast live images over the Internet

10.3.5. Make video telephone calls

10.4. Video confernce

10.4.1. a meeting between two or more geographically separated people

11. Scanners and Reading Devices

11.1. Flatbed

11.2. Pen or Handheld

11.3. Sheet-fed

11.4. Drum

11.5. bar code scanner

11.6. RFID (radio frequency identification)

11.7. Magnetic stripe card readers

11.8. MICR (magnetic ink character recognition)

12. Biometric Input

12.1. verifying a personal characteristic

12.2. Fingerprint reader

12.3. Face recognition system

12.4. Hand geometry system

12.5. Voice verification system

12.6. Signature verification system

12.7. Iris recognition system

12.8. Retinal scanners

13. Terminals

13.1. a computer that allows users to send data to and/or receive information from a host computer

14. New node