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Method and System for Automatically Transferring Data between Smart Devices Using Multi Touch Human-Body Near-Field Communication

IP.com Disclosure Number: IPCOM000249438D
Publication Date: 2017-Feb-27
Document File: 3 page(s) / 59K

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Abstract

A method and system is disclosed for automatically transferring data between smart devices using multi touch human-body near-field communication. The method and system enables a user to select a file from a primary touch screen device and automatically transfer the file to a secondary device or backup device based on user’s touch using human-body near-field communication.

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Method and System for Automatically Transferring Data between Smart Devices Using Multi Touch Human-Body Near-Field Communication

Disclosed is a method and system for automatically transferring data between smart devices using multi touch human-body near-field communication. The method and system enables a user to select a file from a primary touch screen device and automatically transfer the file to a secondary device or backup based on user’s touch using human-body near-field communication.

Figure 1 illustrates a method and system for automatically transferring files between smart devices.

Figure 1

As illustrated in Figure 1, the method and system enables a user to select a file from a primary touch screen device, which may include, but need not be limited to a display device, user interface, screen and the like. On selecting a particular file, the method and system generates an electric field from the user’s touch, which is transmitted from the finger to a secondary device. Here, the secondary device can be, but need not be limited to a smartwatch and the like. The secondary device includes a body electric field receiving unit to receive the file transmitted from the primary device. Subsequently, the secondary device transmits a second electric field to the primary device about the percentage of usage for the file by the user. Further, the user is also able to visualize the amount/percentage of file transferred and also the completion of file transfer.

The backside or bottom of the primary touch screen device is affixed with an array of electric coils though which electric fields are generated at the required place and time as illustrated in Figure 2

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Figure 2

As illustrated in Figure 2, the files located on display surface of the primary touch screen device are used for selection. Here the files can be, but need not be limited to text files, word documents, movie clips, songs etc. As the user touches at any point on the display device to copy the file, the primary touch screen device identifies the selected area of the display surface and the associated file at that location. Subsequently, the method and system identifies the appropriate coil from the array of electric coils to generate the el...