(19)
(11)EP 3 608 764 A1

(12)EUROPEAN PATENT APPLICATION
published in accordance with Art. 153(4) EPC

(43)Date of publication:
12.02.2020 Bulletin 2020/07

(21)Application number: 18901802.1

(22)Date of filing:  08.06.2018
(51)Int. Cl.: 
G06F 3/048  (2013.01)
H04N 5/232  (2006.01)
(86)International application number:
PCT/CN2018/090481
(87)International publication number:
WO 2019/232799 (12.12.2019 Gazette  2019/50)
(84)Designated Contracting States:
AL AT BE BG CH CY CZ DE DK EE ES FI FR GB GR HR HU IE IS IT LI LT LU LV MC MK MT NL NO PL PT RO RS SE SI SK SM TR
Designated Extension States:
BA ME
Designated Validation States:
KH MA MD TN

(71)Applicant: SZ DJI Technology Co., Ltd.
Shenzhen, Guangdong 518057 (CN)

(72)Inventors:
  • YUAN, Junhui
    Guangdong 518057 (CN)
  • MENG, Deqiang
    Guangdong 518057 (CN)

(74)Representative: Appelt, Christian W. 
Boehmert & Boehmert Anwaltspartnerschaft mbB Pettenkoferstrasse 22
80336 München
80336 München (DE)

  


(54)SCREEN CONTROL METHOD AND DEVICE


(57) Embodiments of the present disclosure provide a screen control method and device, the method is implemented in a terminal device, the terminal device includes a machine body, a first screen, a second screen and a lens disposed on the machine body, the first screen and the second screen are disposed facing against one another, the lens is disposed at a second screen side, the first screen is a screen that displays an image captured by the lens after the terminal device starts up; the method includes: obtaining a first command; the first command is configured to instruct to display the image captured by the lens on the second screen; control display of the image captured by the lens on the second screen based on the first command. The method and device of the present disclosure enables a user to know the image captured by the lens when performing a selfie shooting, thereby capturing the user desired images. User experience is enhanced.




Description

TECHNICAL FIELD



[0001] The present disclosure relates to smart terminal technology and, more particular, to a screen control method and device.

BACKGROUND TECHNOLOGY



[0002] Currently, for a user to conveniently obtain imaging parameters for selfie shooting when the user performs a selfie shooting, a camera may provide two screens; in a selfie shooting, a first screen displays an image captured by a lens, and a second screen displays imaging parameters.

[0003] However, because the camera only has one lens, and due to the limitation on the imaging direction of the lens, the image captured by the lens is displayed on the first screen. In a selfie shooting, the first screen faces against the user, and the user cannot know what images the lens has captured, which makes it difficult to capture the user desired images.

CONTENT OF INVENTION



[0004] Embodiments of the present disclosure provide a screen control method and device, such that when the user performs a selfie shooting, the user can know the images captured by the lens, thereby capturing the user desired images.

[0005] In a first aspect, embodiments of the present disclosure provide a screen control method, implemented in a terminal device. The terminal device includes a machine body, and a first screen, a second screen and a lens disposed on the machine body. The first screen and the second screen are disposed facing against one another. The lens is disposed at a second screen side. The first screen is a screen for displaying an image captured by the lens after the terminal device starts up; the method includes:

[0006] obtaining a first command, the first command being configured to instruct to display the image captured by the lens on the second screen;
controlling display of the image captured by the lens on the second screen based on the first command.

[0007] In a possible design, controlling display of the image captured by the lens on the second screen based on the first command includes:
switching the image captured by the lens and displayed on the first screen to be displayed the second screen based on the first command.

[0008] In a possible design, after switching the image captured by the lens and displayed on the first screen to be displayed the second screen, the method also includes:
controlling the first screen to be in a screen blackout state.

[0009] In a possible design, obtaining the first command includes:

obtaining a touch path of a user on the second screen or the first screen;

triggering the first command if the touch path is the same as a predetermined path stored in the terminal device.



[0010] In a possible design, obtaining the first command includes:

obtaining a rotation angle of the terminal device;

triggering the first command if the rotation angle of the terminal device within a first predetermined time period is within a first predetermined range.



[0011] In a possible design, obtaining the rotation angle of the terminal device includes:
obtaining the rotation angle of the terminal device detected through an angle sensor of the terminal device; the angle sensor includes at least one of an electronic compass or a gyroscope.

[0012] In a possible design, the first predetermined time period is any time period between 0.2 - 2 seconds.

[0013] In a possible design, the first predetermined time period is any time period between 0.5 - 1 second.

[0014] In a possible design, the first predetermined range is 160°∼200°, or -200°∼ -160°;
In a possible design, the first predetermined range is 170°∼180°; or -190°∼ -170°.

[0015] In a possible design, obtaining the first command includes:

obtaining an acceleration of the terminal device in an X axis direction, an acceleration in a Y axis direction and an acceleration in a Z axis direction;

triggering the first command if, within a second predetermined time period, the acceleration of the terminal device in the X axis direction is within a second predetermined range, the acceleration in the Y axis direction is within a third predetermined range, the acceleration in the Z axis direction is within a fourth predetermined range.



[0016] In a possible design, the second predetermined time period is any time period between 0.5 s ∼ 2 s.

[0017] In a possible design, the second predetermined range and the third predetermined range and the fourth predetermined range are all ranges corresponding to a moving state of the terminal device being a round-trip movement.

[0018] In a possible design, the second predetermined range and the third predetermined range and the fourth predetermined range are all ranges corresponding to a moving state of the terminal device being moving in a first direction.

[0019] In a possible design, obtaining the first command includes:
triggering the first command if a predetermined number of click operations by the user are detected at a predetermined location of the second screen or the first screen.

[0020] In a possible design, the predetermined location is a location where a predetermined icon button is located on the second screen or the first screen; or
the predetermined location is a blank region on the second screen or the first screen.

[0021] In a possible design, the predetermined number is 1 time or 2 times or 3 times.

[0022] In a possible design, obtaining the first command includes:
triggering the first command if an operation by the user on a predetermined physical pressing key of the terminal device is detected.

[0023] In a possible design, the operation by the user on the predetermined physical pressing key of the terminal device includes any of the following items:

the user clicking the predetermined physical pressing key;

the user sliding the predetermined physical key from a first location to a second location;

the user pressing the predetermined physical pressing key for the third predetermined time period.



[0024] In a possible design, the third predetermined time period is any time period between 1s ∼2s.

[0025] In a possible design, obtaining the first command includes:

obtaining a voice signal of the user;

recognizing the void signal, obtaining text information corresponding to the voice signal;

triggering the first command if the text information is the same as text information pre-stored in the terminal device.



[0026] In a possible design, obtaining the first command includes:

obtaining an image displayed on the first screen;

if a human face image included in the image is a target human face image, and a ratio of the target human face image occupying the image is greater than a predetermined ratio, triggering the first command; the target human face image is a human face image stored in the terminal device.



[0027] In a possible design, the predetermined ratio is any ratio between 90%~100%.

[0028] In a second aspect, the present disclosure provides a camera, including: a machine body, a first screen, a second screen and a lens disposed on the machine body, and a controller disposed inside the machine body; the first screen and the second screen are disposed facing against one another, the lens is disposed at a second screen side; the controller is connected with the first screen, the second screen and the lens; the first screen is a screen that displays an image captured by the lens after the screen control device starts up.

[0029] The controller is configured to obtain the first command; the first command is configured to instruct to display the image captured by the lens on the second screen; and
control the display of the image captured by the lens on the second screen based on the first command.

[0030] In a possible design, the controller is specifically configured to:
switch the image captured by the lens and displayed on the first screen to be displayed on the second screen based on the first command.

[0031] In a possible design, the controller is also configured to: control the first screen to be in a screen blackout state.

[0032] In a possible design,
the controller is configured to obtain a touch path of a user on the second screen or the first screen, if the touch path is the same as a predetermined path stored in the camera, then trigger the first command.

[0033] In a possible design, the controller is specifically configured to:

obtain a rotation angle of the camera;

trigger the first command if the rotation angle of the camera within a first predetermined time period is within a first predetermined range.



[0034] In a possible design, the camera also includes an angle sensor communicatively connected with the controller;

[0035] The angle sensor is configured to detect the rotation angle or a rotation angular velocity of the camera;

[0036] The controller is specifically configured to: obtain the rotation angle of the camera based on the rotation angle or rotation angular velocity detected by the angle sensor, trigger the first command if the rotation angle of the camera within the first predetermined time period is within the first predetermined range.

[0037] In a possible design, the first predetermined time period is any time period between 0.2∼2s.

[0038] In a possible design, the first predetermined time period is any time period between 0.5∼1s.

[0039] In a possible design, the first predetermined range is 160° ∼ 200°, or - 200° ∼ -160°;
In a possible design, the first predetermined range is 170° ∼ 180°, or - 190° ∼ -170°.

[0040] In a possible design, the camera also includes an accelerometer communicatively connected with the controller;
The accelerometer is configured to detect an acceleration of the camera in the X axis direction, an acceleration in the Y axis direction and an acceleration in the Z axis direction;
The controller is specifically configured to:

obtain the acceleration of the camera in the X axis direction, the acceleration in the Y axis direction and the acceleration in the Z axis direction as detected by the accelerometer;

trigger the first command if, within the second predetermined time period, the acceleration of the camera in the X axis direction is within the second predetermined range, the acceleration in the Y axis direction is within the third predetermined range, the acceleration in the Z axis direction is within the fourth predetermined range.



[0041] In a possible design, the second predetermined time period is any time period between 0.5s∼2s.

[0042] In a possible design, all of the second predetermined range and the third predetermined range and the fourth predetermined range are ranges corresponding to a moving state of the camera being a round-trip movement.

[0043] In a possible design, all of the second predetermined range and the third predetermined range and the fourth predetermined range are ranges corresponding to the moving state of the camera being moving in a first direction.

[0044] In a possible design,
the controller is specifically configured to trigger the first command if a predetermined number of click operations by the user are detected at a predetermined location on the second screen or the first screen.

[0045] In a possible design, the predetermined location is a location at which a predetermined icon button is located on the second screen or the first screen; or
The predetermined location is a blank region on the second screen or the first screen.

[0046] In a possible design, the predetermined number is 1 time or 2 times or 3 times.

[0047] In a possible design, the camera also includes a predetermined physical pressing key disposed at a side wall of the camera; the predetermined physical pressing key is communicatively connected with the controller.

[0048] The controller is specifically configured to trigger the first command if an operation of the predetermined physical pressing key by the user is detected.

[0049] In a possible design, the operation of the predetermined physical pressing key by the user includes any of the following items:

the user clicking the predetermined physical pressing key;

the user sliding the predetermined physical pressing key from a first location to a second location;

the user pressing the predetermined physical pressing key for the third predetermined time period.



[0050] In a possible design, the third predetermined time period is any time period between 1s∼2s.

[0051] In a possible design, the camera also includes a voice receiver communicatively connected with the controller;
The voice receiver is configured to receive a voice signal of the user;
The controller is specifically configured to:

obtain the voice signal of the user from the voice receiver;

recognize the voice signal, obtain text information corresponding to the voice signal;

trigger the first command if the text information is the same as text information pre-stored in the camera.



[0052] In a possible design, the screen control device also includes an image acquisition device communicatively connected with the controller;
The image acquisition device is configured to acquire the image displayed on the first screen;
The controller is specifically configured to obtain the image, if a human face image included in the image is a target human face image, and a ratio the target human face image occupies the image is greater than a predetermined ratio, then trigger the first command; the target human face image is a human face image stored in the screen control device.

[0053] In a possible design, the predetermined ratio is any ratio between 90%∼100%.

[0054] In a third aspect, embodiments of the present disclosure provide a screen control device, including a storage device and a processor, the storage device being coupled with the processor.

[0055] The storage device is configured to store program instructions;
The processor is configured to retrieve the program instructions from the storage device to execute the method of the above first aspect and various possible designs.

[0056] In a fourth aspect, embodiments of the present disclosure provide a computer-readable storage medium, the computer-readable storage medium stores a computer program, the computer program includes at least one segment of codes, the at least one segment of codes may be executed by a computer, to control the computer to execute the method of the above first aspect and other possible designs.

[0057] In a fifth aspect, embodiments of the present disclosure provide a computer program, when the computer program is executed by a computer, the method of the above first aspect and other possible designs is executed.

[0058] All or part of the program may be stored in the storage medium packaged together with the processor, or partially or fully stored in a storage medium that is not packaged together with the processor. The storage medium may be, for example, a storage device.

[0059] In summary, the screen control device of the present disclosure controls the display of the image captured by the lens on the second screen based on the command configured to instruct to display the image captured by the lens on the second screen, the second screen is a screen the user faces when performing a selfie shooting. As such, when the user performs a selfie shooting, the user can view the image captured by the lens, thereby capturing the user desired images. User experience is enhanced.

BRIEF DESCRIPTION OF THE DRAWINGS



[0060] To describe the technical solutions of the embodiments of the present disclosure or the currently available technologies in a clearer manner, next, the drawings referred to in the descriptions of the embodiments of the present disclosure or the currently available technologies will be briefly introduced. Evidently, the drawings described below are some embodiments of the present disclosure. A person having ordinary skills in the art can obtain other drawings based on these drawings without paying creative effort.

FIG. 1 is a perspective view of a schematic structure of a camera of the present disclosure;

FIG. 2 is a front view of the camera along the A direction in FIG. 1;

FIG. 3 is another perspective view of the schematic structure of the camera of the present disclosure;

FIG. 4 is a first flow chart illustrating a screen control method provided by the embodiments of the present disclosure;

FIG. 5 is a second flow chart illustrating a screen control method provided by the embodiments of the present disclosure;

FIG. 6 is a third flow chart illustrating a screen control method provided by the embodiments of the present disclosure;

FIG. 7 is a fourth flow chart illustrating a screen control method provided by the embodiments of the present disclosure;

FIG. 8 is a fifth flow chart illustrating a screen control method provided by the embodiments of the present disclosure;

FIG. 9 is a sixth flow chart illustrating a screen control method provided by the embodiments of the present disclosure;

FIG. 10 is a seventh flow chart illustrating a screen control method provided by the embodiments of the present disclosure;

FIG. 11 is an eighth flow chart illustrating a screen control method provided by the embodiments of the present disclosure;

FIG. 12 is a first schematic diagram of a structure of a screen control device provided by the embodiments of the present disclosure;

FIG. 13 is a second schematic diagram of a structure of the screen control device provided by the embodiments of the present disclosure;

FIG. 14 is a third schematic diagram of a structure of the screen control device provided by the embodiments of the present disclosure;

FIG. 15 is a fourth schematic diagram of a structure of the screen control device provided by the embodiments of the present disclosure;

FIG. 16 is a fifth schematic diagram of a structure of the screen control device provided by the embodiments of the present disclosure;

FIG. 17 is a sixth schematic diagram of a structure of the screen control device provided by the embodiments of the present disclosure;

FIG. 18 is a seventh schematic diagram of a structure of the screen control device provided by the embodiments of the present disclosure;


DETAILED DESCRIPTION OF THE EMBODIMENTS



[0061] To render the purpose, technical solutions, and advantages of the embodiments of the present disclosure clearer, next, with reference to the accompanying drawings of the embodiments of the present disclosure, the technical solutions of the embodiments of the present disclosure will be described in a clear and complete manner. Obviously, the described embodiments are only some embodiments of the present disclosure, but not all of the embodiments. Based on the embodiments of the present disclosure, a person having ordinary skills in the art can obtain other embodiments without paying creative effort, which belong to the scope of protection of the present disclosure.

[0062] The embodiments of the present disclosure provide a screen control method and device. The screen control device may be a camera. When the user uses the camera for a non-selfie shooting, the user faces the first screen. The user may clearly know the images captured by the lens, and therefore can capture the user desired images. When the user performs a selfie shooting, the user faces the second screen. The first screen displays the images captured by the lens, which the user cannot know.

[0063] To solve the above problems, the embodiments of the present disclosure provide a camera. FIG. 1 is a perspective view of a schematic structure of the camera provided by the present disclosure. FIG. 2 is a front view of the camera in the A direction of FIG. 1. Referring to FIG. 1 and FIG. 2, the camera includes a machine body 10, and a first screen 11, a second screen 12, a lens 13, and a shutter 14 disposed on the machine body 10. The first screen 11 and the second screen 12 are disposed facing against one another. The lens 13 is disposed at a second screen 12 side. The first screen 11 is a screen that displays the images captured by the lens 13 after the camera starts up. The camera of the present embodiment also includes a controller. The controller is configured to obtain a first command.

[0064] It can be understood that, because the first screen 11 and the second screen 12 are disposed facing against one another, therefore, only the second screen 12 can be viewed in FIG. 1. The first screen 11 can be clearly viewed in FIG. 2.

[0065] FIG. 3 is a second perspective view of the schematic structure of the camera provided by the present disclosure. Referring to FIG. 3, based on the camera provided in FIG. 1 and FIG. 2, the camera may also include a screen switching key 15. When the user operates the screen switching key 15, the controller obtains the first command, and controls, based on the first command, switching from the first screen 11 to the second screen 12 to display images captured by the lens 13 or switching from the second screen 12 to the first screen 11 to display the images captured by the lens 13.

[0066] Next, with reference to specific embodiments, the screen control method of the camera shown in FIG. 1, FIG. 2, or FIG. 3 provided by the embodiments of the present disclosure will be described.

[0067] FIG. 4 is a flow chart illustrating a screen control method provided by the embodiments of the present disclosure. As shown in FIG. 4, the method of the present embodiment may include:

Step S101: obtaining a first command, the first command configured to control switching from the first screen 11 to the second screen 12 to display an image captured by the lens 13, or switching from the second screen 12 to the first screen 11 to display the images captured by the lens 13;

Step S102: controlling, based on the first command, switching from the first screen 11 to the second screen 12 to display the image captured by the lens 13 or switching from the second screen 12 to the first screen 11 to display the images captured by the lens 13;

Specifically, the execution entity of the present embodiment may be the camera shown in FIG. 1, FIG. 2, or FIG. 3;

If the first screen 11 displays an image captured by the lens 13, when the user desires to perform a selfie shooting, the user performs a predetermined operation on the camera. The controller of the camera obtains, based on the predetermined operation of the user, the first command that instructs to switch the screen for displaying the image captured by the lens 13;

Next, the camera controls, based on the first command, the switching from the first screen 11 to the second screen 12 to display the image captured by the lens 13. As such, the user who performs the selfie shooting can know the images captured by the lens 13 through the second screen 12, thereby capturing the user desired images.



[0068] Because in a selfie shooting, there is a need to place the lens 13 of the camera to face oneself. At this moment, the second screen 12 faces the user. After the controller controls the display of the image captured by the lens 13 at the second screen 12, the user may view the image captured by the lens when performing a selfie shooting.

[0069] When the user finishes the selfie shooting, and captures images in a non-selfie shooting scene, the user places the lens 13 of the camera to face an imaging object. At this moment, the first screen 11 faces the user. The user again performs a predetermined operation on the camera. The controller of the camera obtains, based on the predetermined operations by the user, the first command that instructs to switch the screen for displaying the image captured by the lens 13.

[0070] Next, the camera controls, based on the first command, the switching from the second screen 12 to the first screen 11 to display the image captured by the lens 13. As such, a user performing a non-selfie shooting may again know the image captured by the lens 13 through the first screen 11, thereby capturing the user desired images.

[0071] In a non-selfie shooting, the user places the lens 13 to face the imaging object. At this moment, the first screen 11 faces the user. After the controller controls the display of the image captured by the lens 13 on the first screen 11, the user can view the image captured by the lens when performing a non-selfie shooting.

[0072] In some embodiments, the first screen 11 and the second screen 12 may be touch screens. The predetermined operation may be touching a predetermined path on the second screen 12 or the first screen 11 of the camera, uttering a predetermined voice, moving the camera based on a predetermined action, clicking a predetermined location on the second screen 12 or the first screen 11, clicking a screen switching key 15 disposed on the machine body 10, etc.

[0073] Further, to save the energy consumption of the camera, after controlling the switch from the first screen 11 to the second screen 12 to display the image captured by the lens 13, the controller controls the first screen 11 to be in a screen blackout state; or

[0074] After controlling the switch from the second screen 12 to the first screen 11 to display the image captured by the lens 13, the controller controls the second screen 12 to be in the screen blackout state.

[0075] In the present embodiment, the camera controls, based on the first command that instructs to switch the display of the image captured by the lens, the switch from the first screen to the second screen to display the image captured by the lens or from the second screen to the first screen to display the image captured by the lens. The second screen is a screen the user faces when performing a selfie shooting. As such, when the user performs a selfie shooting and a non-selfie shooting, the user can view the image captured by the lens, thereby capturing the user desired images. User experience is enhanced.

[0076] In addition, besides the screen control method of the embodiment shown in FIG. 1, the screen control method may also include the following implementation methods: if the first screen 11 displays an image captured by the lens 13, the second screen 12 does not display the image captured by the lens 13, when the user performs a selfie shooting, the user performs a predetermined operation on the camera. After the controller obtains the first command based on the predetermined operation, the controller controls, based on the first command, the second screen 12 to display the image captured by the lens 13. However, the first screen 11 still continues to display the image captured by the lens 13. In other words, two screens simultaneously display the images captured by the lens 13. In this implementation method, when the selfie shooting is switched to a non-selfie shooting, there is no need to again perform the predetermined operation. When the selfie shooting is to be performed again, there is also no need to perform the predetermined operation.

[0077] Next, with reference to the embodiments shown in FIG. 5 to FIG. 11, the screen control method under the scene of the user performing a selfie shooting, as shown in the embodiment in FIG. 1, will be described in detail.

[0078] FIG. 5 is a second flow chart illustrating a screen control method provided by the embodiments of the present disclosure. As shown in FIG. 5, the method of the present disclosure may include:

Step S201: obtaining a touch path of the user on the second screen 12 or the first screen 11;

Step S202: triggering the first command if the touch path of the user on the second screen 12 or the first screen 11 is the same as a predetermined path stored in the camera;

Step S203: controlling, based on the first command, switching from the first screen 11 to the second screen 12 to display the image captured by the lens 13.



[0079] Specifically, the second screen 12 and/or the first screen 11 of the present embodiment are touch screens.

[0080] If the first screen 11 displays an image captured by the lens 13, when the user desires to perform a selfie shooting, a finger of the user performs a touch operation on the first screen 11 or the second screen 12. The controller obtains the touch path corresponding to the touch operation of the user, determines whether the touch path of the user on the first screen 11 or the second screen 12 is the same as the predetermined path stored in the camera, and if they are the same, triggers the first command;
Next, after the first command is triggered, the camera controls switching from the first screen 11 to the second screen 12 to display the image captured by the lens 13.

[0081] Because in a selfie shooting, there is a need to place the lens 13 of the camera to face oneself, the second screen 12 faces the user. After the controller controls the display of the image captured by the lens 13 on the second screen 12, the user can view the image captured by the lens 13 in a selfie shooting.

[0082] It can be understood that, if the second screen 12 and the first screen 11 are both touch screens, when switching from a non-selfie shooting scene to a selfie shooting scene, the user may place the lens 13 of the camera to face the user after the second screen 12 displays the image captured by the lens 13. At this moment, the user performs a touch operation on the first screen 11. If the non-selfie shooting scene is switched to a selfie shooting scene, the user places the lens 13 of the camera to face the user. At this moment, the second screen 12 faces the user. The user performs a touch operation on the second screen 12.

[0083] The method of the present disclosure enables the user to view the image captured by the lens in a selfie shooting, thereby capturing the user desired images. User experience is enhanced.

[0084] Corresponding to the embodiment shown in FIG. 5, if the selfie shooting is switched to the non-selfie shooting, the screen control method includes: obtaining a touch path of the user on the first screen 11 or the second screen 12; if the touch path of the user on the first screen 11 or the second screen 12 is the same as the predetermined path stored in the camera, triggering the first command; controlling, based on the first command, switching from the second screen 12 to the first screen 11 to display the image captured by the lens 13. The detailed processes are not repeated.

[0085] FIG. 6 is a third flow chart illustrating a screen control method provided by the embodiments of the present disclosure. As shown in FIG. 6, the method of the present embodiment may include:

Step S301: obtaining a rotation angle of the camera;

Step S302: triggering the first command if the rotation angle of the camera within a first predetermined time period is within a first predetermined range;

Step S303: controlling, based on the first command, switching from the first screen 11 to the second screen 12 to display the image captured by the lens 13.



[0086] Specifically, the camera of the present embodiment includes an angle sensor. The angle sensor includes at least one of an electronic compass or a gyroscope.

[0087] If the first screen 11 displays an image captured by the lens 13, when the user desires to perform a selfie shooting, the user may rotate the camera to any angle within the first predetermined range within the first predetermined time period. At this moment, the angle sensor in the camera may detect the rotation angle or the rotation angular velocity of the camera. If the angular velocity sensor is the gyroscope, the gyroscope may detect the rotation angular velocity of the camera. The controller in the camera may obtain the rotation angle of the camera based on the rotation angular velocity detected by the gyroscope. If the angular velocity sensor is the electronic compass, the electronic compass may detect the rotation angle of the camera. The controller in the camera obtains the rotation angle of the camera detected by the electronic compass.

[0088] If the rotation angle obtained by the controller in the camera within the first predetermined time period is within the first predetermined range, if within, then the controller triggers the first command.

[0089] It can be understood that, during the rotation of the camera, the second screen 12 can be maintained to face the user.

[0090] Optionally, the first predetermined time period is any time period between 0.2∼2s.

[0091] Optionally, the first predetermined time period is any time period between 0.5∼1s.

[0092] Optionally, the first predetermined range is 160°∼200°, or -200°∼ -160°.

[0093] Optionally, the first predetermined range is 170°∼180°; or -190° ∼ -170°.

[0094] Where, the positive angle range means the camera rotates clockwise, the negative angle range means the camera rotates counter-clockwise.

[0095] For example: the camera detects that the camera rotates 180° within Is, then triggers the first command. As another example: the camera detects that the camera rotates -175° within 0.8s, then triggers the first command.

[0096] Next, after the first command is triggered, the camera controls switching from the first screen 11 to the second screen 12 to display the image captured by the lens 13.

[0097] Because in a selfie shooting, there is a need to place the lens 13 of the camera to face oneself, the second screen 12 faces the user. After the controller controls the display of the image captured by the lens 13 on the second screen 12, the user may view the image captured by the lens 13 in a selfie shooting.

[0098] The method of the present embodiment enables the user to view the captured image located at the lens, thereby capturing the user desired images. User experience is enhanced.

[0099] Corresponding to the embodiment shown in FIG. 6, if the user switches from a selfie shooting to a non-selfie shooting, the screen control method includes: obtaining a rotation angle of the camera; if the rotation angle of the camera within a first predetermined time period is within a first predetermined range, triggering a first command; controlling, based on the first command, switching from the second screen 12 to the first screen 11 to display an image captured by the lens 13. The detailed processes are not repeated.

[0100] FIG. 7 is a fourth flow chart illustrating a screen control method provided by the embodiments of the present disclosure. As shown in FIG. 7, the method of the present embodiment may include:

Step S401: obtaining an acceleration of the camera in an X axis direction, an acceleration in a Y axis direction, and an acceleration in a Z axis direction;

Step S402: triggering the first command if, within a second predetermined time period, the acceleration of the camera in the X axis direction is within a second predetermined range, the acceleration in the Y axis direction is within a third predetermined range, the acceleration in the Z axis direction is within a fourth predetermined range;

Step S403: controlling, based on the first command, switching from the first screen 11 to the second screen 12 to display the image captured by the lens 13.



[0101] Specifically, the camera of the present embodiment may include an accelerometer or other structure that can measure the acceleration of the camera.

[0102] If the first screen 11 displays an image captured by the lens 13, when the user desires to perform a selfie shooting, in one implementation method, the user may move the camera back and forth within the second predetermined time period, i.e., make the camera to perform a round-trip movement. At this moment, the accelerometer in the camera detects, during the movement of the camera, the acceleration in the X axis direction, the acceleration in the Y axis direction, the acceleration in the Z axis direction. After the controller inside the camera obtains, during the movement of the camera, the acceleration in the X axis direction, the acceleration in the Y axis direction, the acceleration in the Z axis direction, if the controller determines that within the second predetermined time period the acceleration of the camera in the X axis direction is within the second predetermined range, the acceleration in the Y axis direction is within the third predetermined range, the acceleration in the Z axis direction is within the fourth predetermined range, then triggers the first command. Where, the second predetermined range and the third predetermined range and the fourth predetermined range are ranges corresponding to a moving state of the camera being in a round-trip movement.

[0103] The round-trip movement may be any one of a front-back round-trip movement, a left-right round-trip movement, an up-down round-trip movement, or a round-trip movement in a direction forming a slant angle with respect to a horizontal plane (i.e., the user randomly shakes or swings the cell phone).

[0104] If the front-back round-trip movement can trigger the first command, then, the camera may be moved in the front and back direction within the second predetermined time period a priori, to obtain a range for the acceleration of the camera in the X axis direction, a range for the acceleration in the Y axis direction, and a range for the acceleration in the Z axis direction. Such processes are repeated multiple times. Statistics may be performed to obtain the second predetermined range, the third predetermined range, and the fourth predetermined range corresponding to the front-back round-trip movement of the camera within the second predetermined time period, which are stored in the camera when the camera leaves the factory.

[0105] The same method may be used to obtain the second predetermined range, the third predetermined range, and the fourth predetermined range corresponding to the left-right round-trip movement, the up-down round-trip movement, or the round-trip movement in a direction forming a slant angle with respect to the horizontal plane of the camera when the camera performs these movements within the second predetermined time period.

[0106] It can be understood that, the above four different forms of round-trip movements correspond to at least four groups of acceleration ranges. Each group of acceleration ranges includes: a second predetermined range, a third predetermined range, a fourth predetermined range.

[0107] The camera may store at least one group of the at least four groups of acceleration ranges when leaving the factory.

[0108] For example, if what is stored is the second predetermined range, the third predetermined range, the fourth predetermined range corresponding to the left-right round-trip movement of the camera within the second predetermined time period, then it indicates that the first command can be triggered when the camera performs the left-right round-trip movement. If the user desires to display the image captured by the lens 13 on the second screen 12, the user may move the camera to the left and right within the second predetermined time period, such that the camera performs the left-right round-trip movement.

[0109] As another example, if what is stored is the second predetermined range, the third predetermined range, the fourth predetermined range corresponding to the left-right round-trip movement of the camera within the second predetermined time period, and the second predetermined range, the third predetermined range, the fourth predetermined range corresponding to the front-back round-trip movement within the second predetermined time period, then it indicates that the first command can be triggered when the camera performs the left-right round-trip movement or the front-back round-trip movement. If the user desires to display the image captured by the lens 13 on the second screen 12, the user may move the camera left-and-right or front-and-back within the second predetermined time period, such that the camera performs the left-right round-trip movement or the front-back round-trip movement.

[0110] Optionally, the second predetermined time period is 0.5∼2s.

[0111] In another implementation method, the user may move the camera in a direction within the second predetermined time period, i.e., cause the camera to move in a direction. At this moment, the accelerometer inside the camera detects, during the movement of the camera, the acceleration in the X axis direction, the acceleration in the Y axis direction, the acceleration in the Z axis direction. After the controller inside the camera obtains, during the movement of the camera, the acceleration in the X axis direction, the acceleration in the Y axis direction, the acceleration in the Z axis direction, if the controller determines that within the second predetermined time period the acceleration of the camera in the X axis direction is within the second predetermined range, the acceleration in the Y axis direction is within the third predetermined range, and the acceleration in the Z axis direction is within the fourth predetermined rage, then triggers the first command. As this moment, the second predetermined range and the third predetermined range and the fourth predetermined range are ranges corresponding to the moving state of the camera being moving in a first direction.

[0112] Moving in the first direction may include moving upwardly, moving downwardly, moving to the left, moving to the right, moving obliquely.

[0113] It can be understood that, the above five different forms of moving in the first direction at least correspond to five groups of acceleration ranges. Each group of acceleration ranges includes: a second predetermined range, a third predetermined range, a fourth predetermined range. The camera may store at least one group of the at least five groups of acceleration ranges when leaving the factory.

[0114] The method for obtaining the second predetermined range, the third predetermined range, the fourth predetermined range included in each group of acceleration ranges can refer to the method in the previous implementation method, which is not repeated.

[0115] Optionally, the second predetermined time period is 0.5 ∼ 2s.

[0116] Next, after the first command is triggered, the camera controls the switch from the first screen 11 to the second screen 12 to display the image captured by the lens 13.

[0117] Because in a selfie shooting, there is a need to place the lens 13 of the camera to face oneself, the second screen 12 faces the user. After the controller controls the display of the image captured by the lens 13 on the second screen 12, the user can view the image captured by the lens 13 when the user performs the selfie shooting.

[0118] The method of the present embodiment enables the user to view the image captured by the lens when performing a selfie shooting, thereby capturing the user desired images. User experience is enhanced.

[0119] Corresponding to the embodiments shown in FIG. 7, if the user switches from a selfie shooting to a non-selfie shooting, the screen control method includes: obtaining an acceleration of the camera in the X axis direction, an acceleration in the Y axis direction and an acceleration in the Z axis direction; triggering the first command if, within the second predetermined time period, the acceleration of the camera in the X axis direction is within the second predetermined range, the acceleration in the Y axis direction is within the third predetermined range, the acceleration in the Z axis direction is within the fourth predetermined range; controlling switching from the second screen 12 to the first screen 11 to display the image captured by the lens 13. The detailed processes are not repeated.

[0120] FIG. 8 is a fifth flow chart illustrating a screen control method provided by embodiments of the present disclosure. As shown in FIG. 8, the method of the present embodiment may include:

Step S501: triggering the first command if a predetermined number of click operations by the user are detected at a predetermined location on the second screen 12 or the first screen 11;

Step S502: controlling, based on the first command, switching from the first screen 11 to the second screen 12 to display an image captured by the lens 13.



[0121] Specifically, the second screen 12 and/or the first screen 11 of the present embodiment are touch screens. In addition, the second screen 12 and/or the first screen 11 of the camera of the present embodiment may display a predetermined icon button.

[0122] If the first screen 11 displays an image captured by the lens 13, when the user desires to perform a selfie shooting, in one implementation method, the user may click the predetermined icon button on the second screen 12 or the first screen 11. The camera detects a 1 time click operation by the user on the predetermined icon button on the second screen 12 or the first screen 11, and then triggers the first command. At this moment, the predetermined location is a location at which the predetermined icon button is located on the second screen 12 or the first screen 11.

[0123] It can be understood that, the name of the predetermined icon button may be switch screen or control screen, etc.

[0124] In another implementation method, the user may click a blank region for a predetermined number of times on the second screen 12 or the first screen 11. The camera detects the predetermined number of click operations by the user at the blank region on the second screen 12 or the first screen 11, and triggers the first command. At this moment, the predetermined location is the blank region of the second screen 12 or the first screen 11.

[0125] Optionally, the predetermined number of times is 1 time, or 2 times or 3 times.

[0126] Next, after the first command is triggered, the camera controls switching from the first screen 11 to the second screen 12 to display the image captured by the lens 13.

[0127] Because in a selfie shooting, there is a need to place the lens 13 of the camera to face oneself, the second screen 12 faces the user. After the controller controls display of the image captured by the lens 13 on the second screen 12, the user may view the image captured by the lens 13 in the selfie shooting.

[0128] It can be understood that, if the second screen 12 and the first screen 11 are both touch screens, when switching from a non-selfie shooting scene to a selfie shooting scene, the user may place the lens 13 of the camera to face the user after the second screen 12 displays the image captured by the lens 13. At this moment, the user performs the click operation on the first screen 11. When switching from the non-selfie shooting scene to the selfie shooting scene, the user places the lens 13 of the camera to face the user first. At this moment, the second screen 12 faces the user, and the user performs the click operation on the second screen 12.

[0129] The method of the present embodiment enables the user to view the image captured by the lens when performing the selfie shooting, thereby capturing the user desired images. User experience is also enhanced.

[0130] Corresponding to the embodiment shown FIG. 8, when switching from a selfie shooting to a non-selfie shooting, the screen control method includes: triggering the first command when a predetermined number of click operations by the user at a predetermined location on the first screen 11 or the second screen 12 are detected; controlling, based on the first command, switching from the second screen 12 to the first screen 11 to display an image captured by the lens 13. The detailed processes are not repeated.

[0131] FIG. 9 is a fifth flow chart illustrating a screen control method provided by embodiments of the present disclosure. As shown in FIG. 9, the method of the present disclosure may include:

Step S601: triggering the first command when an operation by the user on a predetermined physical pressing key of the camera is detected;

Steps S602: controlling, based on the first command, switching from the first screen 11 to the second screen 12 to display an image captured by the lens 13.



[0132] Specifically, the camera of the present embodiment is a camera having the predetermined physical pressing key.

[0133] If the first screen 11 displays an image captured by the lens 13, when the user desires to perform a selfie shooting, the user may operate the predetermined physical pressing key. The camera detects the operation by the user on the predetermined physical pressing key, and triggers the first command.

[0134] Where, the predetermined physical pressing key may be a physical pressing key newly added and dedicated for switching the screen for displaying the image captured by the lens 13, such as the screen switching key 15 shown in FIG. 3. In the present embodiment, the physical pressing key is not limited to a pressable key, and can also be a slidable key.

[0135] The user operation on the predetermined physical pressing key may be the user clicking the predetermined physical pressing key (i.e., pressing and immediately releasing the predetermined physical pressing key), the user sliding the physical pressing key from a first location to a second location, and may be the user pressing the predetermined physical pressing key for a third predetermined time period.

[0136] Optionally, the third predetermined time period is any time period between 1s ∼ 2s.

[0137] Next, after the first command is triggered, the camera switches from the first screen 11 to the second screen 12 to display an image captured by the lens 13.

[0138] Because in a selfie shooting, there is a need to place the lens 13 of the camera to face oneself, the second screen 12 faces the user. After the controller controls the display of the image captured by the lens 13 on the second screen 12, the user can view the image captured by the lens 13 when performing the selfie shooting.

[0139] The method of the present embodiment enables the user to view the captured image located at the lens in a selfie shooting, thereby capturing the user desired images. User experience is enhanced.

[0140] Corresponding to the embodiment shown in FIG. 9, when a selfie shooting is switched to a non-selfie shooting, the screen control method includes: triggering the first command when detecting an operation of the user on the predetermined physical pressing key of the camera; controlling, based on the first command, switching from the second screen 12 to the first screen 11 to display an image captured by the lens 13. The detailed processes are not repeated.

[0141] FIG. 10 is a sixth flow chart illustrating a screen control method provided by embodiments of the present disclosure. As shown in FIG. 10, the method of the present embodiment may include:

Step S701: obtaining a voice signal of the user;

Step S702: recognizing the voice signal of the user, obtaining text information corresponding to the voice signal of the user.



[0142] Step S703: triggering the first command if the text information is the same as text information pre-stored in the camera.

[0143] Step S704: controlling, based on the first command, switching from the first screen 11 to the second screen 12 to display an image captured by the lens 13.

[0144] Specifically, the camera of the present embodiment is a camera having a voice receiver and a voice recognition function. The voice receiver of the present embodiment may be a microphone.

[0145] If the first screen 11 displays an image captured by the lens 13, when the user desires to perform a selfie shooting, the user may utter a predetermined word or sentence. The voice receiver of the camera receives the voice signal corresponding to the predetermined word or sentence. The controller of the camera obtains the voice signal, and recognizes the voice signal, obtain text information corresponding to the voice signal; and determine whether the text information corresponding to the voice signal is the same as the text information pre-stored in the camera. If yes, then triggers the first command.

[0146] The predetermined word may be "switch" or "screen." The predetermined sentence may be "display images at the front screen."

[0147] If the predetermined word is switch, then the text information pre-stored in the camera is "switch".

[0148] Next, after the first command is triggered, the camera controls switching from the first screen 11 to the second screen 12 to display an image captured by the lens 13.

[0149] Because in the selfie shooting, there is a need to place the lens 13 to face oneself, the second screen 12 faces the user. After the controller controls display of the image captured by the lens 13 on the second screen 12, the user can view the image captured by the lens 13 in the selfie shooting.

[0150] The method of the present embodiment enables the user to view the captured image located at the lens in the selfie shooting, thereby capturing the user desired images. User experience is enhanced.

[0151] Corresponding to the embodiment shown in FIG. 10, when the user switches from a selfie shooting to a non-selfie shooting, the screen control method may include: obtaining a voice signal of the user; recognizing the voice signal of the user, obtaining text information corresponding to the voice signal of the user; if the text information is the same as the text information pre-stored in the camera, triggering the first command; controlling, based on the first command, switching from the second screen 12 to the first screen 11 to display an image captured by the lens 13. The detailed processes are not repeated.

[0152] FIG. 11 is a seventh flow chart illustrating a screen control method provided by embodiments of the present disclosure. As shown in FIG. 11, the method of the present embodiment may include:

Step S801: obtaining an image displayed on the first screen 11;

Step S802: if a human face image included in the image displayed on the first screen 11 is a target human face image, and a ratio of the target human face image occupying the image displayed on the first screen 11 is greater than a predetermined ratio, triggering the first command; the target human face image is a human face image stored in the camera;

Step S803: controlling, based on the first command, switching from the first screen 11 to the second screen 12 to display an image captured by the lens 13.



[0153] Specifically, the camera of the present embodiment may include an image acquisition device communicatively connected with the controller.

[0154] If the first screen 11 displays an image captured by the lens 13, when the user desires to perform a selfie shooting, the user may place his or her face as close to the lens 13 as possible. The image acquisition device acquires the entire image displayed on the first screen 11. The controller of the camera obtains the acquired entire image displayed on the first screen 11, detects whether a human face image of the entire image is a target human face image, if yes, then determines whether a ratio of the target human face image occupying the entire image is greater than a predetermined ratio, if yes, then triggers the first command.

[0155] Where, the target human face image is a human face image stored in the camera.

[0156] Optionally, the predetermined ratio is any ratio between 90% -100%;
The predetermined ratio is any ratio between 95%∼100%;
The predetermined ratio is stored in the camera.

[0157] Next, after the first command is triggered, the camera controls switching from the first screen 11 to the second screen 12 to display an image captured by the lens 13.

[0158] Because in a selfie shooting, there is a need to place the lens 13 to face oneself, the second screen 12 faces the user. After the controller controls the display of the image captured by the lens 13 on the second screen 12, the user can view the image captured by the lens 13 in the selfie shooting.

[0159] The method of the present embodiment enables the user to view the captured image located at the lens in the selfie shooting, thereby capturing the user desired images. User experience is enhanced.

[0160] Corresponding to the embodiment shown in FIG. 11, when the user switches from the selfie shooting to the non-selfie shooting, the screen control method includes: obtaining an image displayed on the second screen 12; if a human face image included in the image displayed on the second screen 12 is a target human face image, and a ratio of the target human face image occupying the image displayed on the second screen 12 is greater than a predetermined ratio, triggering the first command; the target human face image is a human face image stored in the camera; controlling, based on the first command, switching from the second screen 12 to the first screen 11 to display an image captured by the lens 13. The detailed processes are not repeated.

[0161] FIG. 12 is a first schematic illustration of a structure of a screen control device provided by embodiments of the present disclosure. As shown in FIG. 12, a screen control device 400 of the present disclosure may include: a storage device 41 and a processor 42, the storage device 41 being coupled with the processor 42.

[0162] The storage device 41 is configured to store program instructions;
The processor 42 is configured to retrieve the program instructions from the storage device 41 to execute the solutions of the above various embodiments.

[0163] The screen control device of the present embodiment may be configured to execute the technical solutions of the above various embodiments of the method. The realization principles and technical effects are similar, which are not repeated.

[0164] The controller in the following various embodiments is at least a part of the processor 41.

[0165] FIG. 13 is a second schematic illustration of a structure of a screen control device provided by the embodiments of the present disclosure. As shown in FIG. 13, the screen control device of the present embodiment includes a machine body, a first screen, a second screen, and a lens disposed on the machine body, and a controller disposed inside the machine body; the first screen and the second screen are disposed facing against one another. The lens is disposed at the second screen side. The controller is communicatively connected with the first screen, the second screen and the lens. The first screen is a screen that displays an image captured by the lens after the screen control device starts up.

[0166] The controller 51 is configured to obtain a first command; the first command is configured to instruct to display the image captured by the lens on the second screen; and
control the display of the image captured by the lens on the second screen based on the first command.

[0167] The screen control device of the present embodiment may be configured to execute the technical solutions of the above various embodiments of the method. The realization principles and the technical effects are similar, which are not repeated.

[0168] In a possible design, the controller is configured to:
switch display of an image captured by the lens from the first screen the second screen based on the first command.

[0169] In a possible design, the controller is also configured to: control the first screen to be in a screen blackout state.

[0170] In a possible design,
The controller is specifically configured to obtain a touch path of the user on the second screen or the first screen, if the touch path is the same as a predetermined path stored in the camera, trigger the first command.

[0171] In a possible design,
The controller is specifically configured to trigger the first command if a predetermined number of click operations by the user is detected at a predetermined location on the second screen or the first screen.

[0172] In a possible design, the predetermined location is a location of a predetermined icon button on the second screen or the first screen; or
the predetermined location is a blank region on the second screen or the first screen.

[0173] Optionally, the predetermined number is 1 time or 2 times or 3 times.

[0174] The screen control device of the present embodiment may be configured to execute the technical solutions of the above various embodiments of the method. The principles and technical effects are similar, which are not repeated.

[0175] FIG. 14 is a third schematic illustration of a structure of the screen control device provided by embodiments of the present disclosure. As shown in FIG. 14, the screen control device of the present embodiment also includes, on the basis of the screen control device shown in FIG. 13: an angle sensor 55 communicatively connected with the controller 51;
The angle sensor 55 is configured to detect a rotation angle or a rotation angular velocity of the camera;
The controller 51 is specifically configured to: obtain a rotation angle of the camera based on the rotation angle or rotation angular velocity detected by the angle sensor, if the rotation angle of the camera within a first predetermined time period is within a first predetermined range, trigger the first command. Optionally, the first predetermined time period is any time period between 0.2 ∼ 2s.

[0176] Optionally, the first predetermined time period is any time period between 0.5 ∼ 1s.

[0177] Optionally, the first predetermined range is 160° ∼ 200°, or -200° ∼ -160°.

[0178] Optionally, the first predetermined range is 170° ∼ 180°; or -190° ∼ -170°.

[0179] The screen control device of the present embodiment may be configured to execute the technical solutions of the above various embodiments of the method. The principles and technical effects are similar, which are not repeated.

[0180] FIG. 15 is a fourth schematic illustration of a screen control device provided by the embodiments of the present disclosure. As shown in FIG. 15, the screen control device of the present embodiment also includes, on the basis of the screen control device shown in FIG. 13: an accelerometer 56 communicatively connected with the controller 51;
The accelerometer 56 is configured to detect an acceleration of the camera in the X axis direction, an acceleration in the Y axis direction and an acceleration in the Z axis direction.

[0181] The controller 51 is specifically configured to:

obtain the acceleration of the camera in the X axis direction, the acceleration in the Y axis direction and the acceleration in the Z axis direction as detected by the accelerometer;

trigger the first command if, within the second predetermined time period, the acceleration of the camera in the X axis direction is within the second predetermined range, the acceleration in the Y axis direction is within the third predetermined range, the acceleration in the Z axis direction is within the fourth predetermined range.



[0182] In a possible design, the second predetermined time period is any time period between 0.5s ∼ 2s.

[0183] In a possible design, all of the second predetermined range and the third predetermined range and the fourth predetermined range are ranges corresponding to the moving state of the camera being a round-trip movement.

[0184] In a possible design, all of the second predetermined range and the third predetermined range and the fourth predetermined range are ranges corresponding to the moving state of the camera being moving in a first direction.

[0185] The screen control device of the present embodiment may be configured to execute the technical solutions of the above various embodiments of the method. The principles and technical effects are similar, which are not repeated.

[0186] FIG. 16 is a fifth schematic illustration of a screen control device provided by embodiments of the present disclosure. As shown in FIG. 16, the screen control device of the present disclosure also includes, on the basis of the screen control device shown in FIG. 13: a predetermined physical pressing key 57 communicatively connected with the controller 51;
The controller 51 is specifically configured to trigger the first command if an operation on the predetermined physical pressing key by the user is detected.

[0187] The operation by the user on the predetermined physical pressing key of the camera includes any of the following items:

the user clicking the predetermined physical pressing key;

the user sliding the predetermined physical pressing key from a first location to a second location;

the user pressing the predetermined physical pressing key for a third predetermined time period.



[0188] In a possible design, the third predetermined time period is any time period between 1s ∼ 2s.

[0189] The screen control device of the present embodiment may be configured to execute the technical solutions of the above various embodiments of the method. The principles and technical effects are similar, which are not repeated.

[0190] FIG. 17 is a sixth schematic illustration of a screen control device provided by embodiments of the present disclosure. As shown in FIG. 17, the screen control device of the present embodiment also includes, on the basis of the screen control device shown in FIG. 13: a voice receiver 58 communicatively connected with the controller 51;
The voice receiver 58 is configured to receive a voice signal of the user;
The controller 51 is specifically configured to:

obtain the voice signal of the user from the voice receiver;

recognize the voice signal, obtain text information corresponding to the voice signal;

trigger the first command if the text information is the same as text information stored in the camera.



[0191] The screen control device of the present embodiment may be configured to execute the technical solutions of the above various embodiments of the method. The principles and technical effects are similar, which are not repeated.

[0192] FIG. 18 is a seventh schematic illustration of a screen control device provided by embodiments of the present disclosure. As shown in FIG. 18, the screen control device also includes, on the basis of the screen control device shown in FIG. 13: an image acquisition device 59 communicatively connected with the controller 51
The image acquisition device 59 is configured to acquire the image displayed on the first screen;
The controller 51 is specifically configured to obtain the image, if a human face image included in the image is a target human face image, and a ratio of the target human face image occupying the image is greater than a predetermined ratio, trigger the first command; the target human face image is a human face image stored in the screen control device.

[0193] In a possible design, the predetermined ratio is any ratio between 90% ∼ 100%.

[0194] The screen control device of the present embodiment may be configured to execute the technical solutions of the above various embodiments of the method. The principles and technical effects are similar, which are not repeated.

[0195] A person having ordinary skills in the art can appreciate: all or some of the steps realizing the various embodiments of the method may be accomplished through hardware relevant to program instructions. The program may be stored in a computer-readable storage medium. When executed, the program executes the steps of the above various embodiments of the method; the storage medium includes various media that can store program codes: ROM, RAM, magnetic disks or optical disks, etc.

[0196] Finally, it should be noted: the above various embodiments are only for explaining the technical solutions of the present disclosure, and are not for limiting the present disclosure; although the present disclosure has been described in detail with reference to the above various embodiments, a person having ordinary skills in the art can appreciate: the technical solutions described in the various embodiments can be modified, or part or all of the technical features included therein can be equivalently substituted; such modification or substitution does not make the spirit of the corresponding technical solutions fall out of the scope of the technical solutions of the various embodiments of the present disclosure.


Claims

1. A screen control method, implemented in a terminal device, characterized in that, the terminal device comprises a machine body, a first screen, a second screen and a lens disposed on the machine body, the first screen and the second screen are disposed facing against one another, the lens is disposed at a second screen side, the first screen is a screen for displaying an image captured by the lens after the terminal device starts up; the method comprising:

obtaining a first command, the first command being configured to instruct to display the image captured by the lens on the second screen;

controlling display of the image captured by the lens on the second screen based on the first command.


 
2. The screen control method according to claim 1, characterized in that, controlling the display of the image captured by the lens on the second screen based on the first command comprises:
switching the image captured by the lens and displayed on the first screen to be displayed on the second screen based on the first command.
 
3. The screen control method according to claim 2, characterized in that, after switching the image captured by the lens and displayed on the first screen to be displayed on the second screen, also comprises:
controlling the first screen to be in a screen blackout state.
 
4. The screen control method according to any of claims 1-3, characterized in that, obtaining the first command, comprises:

obtaining a touch path of a user on the second screen or the first screen;

triggering the first command if the touch path is the same as a predetermined path stored in the terminal device.


 
5. The screen control method according to any of claims 1-3, characterized in that, obtaining the first command, comprises:

obtaining a rotation angle of the terminal device;

triggering the first command if the rotation angle of the terminal device within a first predetermined time period is within a first predetermined range.


 
6. The screen control method according to claim 5, characterized in that, obtaining the rotation angle of the terminal device, comprises:
obtaining the rotation angle of the terminal device detected through an angle sensor of the terminal device; the angle sensor comprising at least one of an electronic compass, a gyroscope.
 
7. The screen control method according to claim 5 or 6, characterized in that, the first predetermined time period is any time period between 0.2∼2s.
 
8. The screen control method according to claim 7, characterized in that, the first predetermined time period is any time period between 0.5 ∼ 1s.
 
9. The screen control method according to any of claims 5 ∼ 8, characterized in that, the first predetermined range is 160° ∼ 200°, or -200° ∼ -160°.
 
10. The screen control method according to claim 9, characterized in that, the first predetermined range is 170° ∼ 180°; or -190° ∼ -170°
 
11. The screen control method according to any of claims 1 ∼ 3, characterized in that, obtaining the first command, comprises:

obtaining an acceleration in an X axis direction, an acceleration in a Y axis direction and an acceleration in a Z axis direction of the terminal device;

triggering the first command if, within a second predetermined time period, the acceleration of the terminal device in the X axis direction is within a second predetermined range, the acceleration in the Y axis direction is within a third predetermined range, the acceleration in the Z axis direction is within a fourth predetermined range.


 
12. The screen control method according to claim 11, characterized in that, the second predetermined time period is any time period between 0.5s - 2s.
 
13. The screen control method according to claim 11, characterized in that, all of the second predetermined range and the third predetermined range and the fourth predetermined range are ranges corresponding to a moving state of the terminal device being in a round-trip movement.
 
14. The screen control method according to claim 11, characterized in that, all of the second predetermined range and the third predetermined range and the fourth predetermined range are ranges corresponding to a moving state of the terminal device being moving in a first direction.
 
15. The screen control method according to any of claims 1 ∼ 3, characterized in that, obtaining the first command, comprises:
triggering the first command if a predetermined number of click operations by the user are detected at a predetermined location on the second screen or the first screen.
 
16. The screen control method according to claim 15, characterized in that, the predetermined location is a location at which a predetermined icon button is located on the second screen or the first screen; or
the predetermined location is a blank region on the second screen or the first screen.
 
17. The screen control method according to claim 15 or 16, characterized in that, the predetermined number is 1 time or 2 times or 3 times.
 
18. The screen control method according to any of claims 1 ∼ 3, characterized in that, obtaining the first command, comprises:
triggering the first command if an operation of a predetermined physical pressing key of the terminal device by a user is detected.
 
19. The screen control method according to claim 18, characterized in that, the operation of the predetermined physical pressing key by the user comprises at least one of the following:

the user clicking the predetermined physical pressing key;

the user sliding the predetermined physical pressing key from a first location to a second location;

the user pressing the predetermined physical pressing key for a third predetermined time period.


 
20. The screen control method according to claim 19, characterized in that, the third predetermined time period is any time period between 1s ∼ 2s.
 
21. The screen control method according to any of claims 1-3, characterized in that, obtaining the first command, comprises:

obtaining a voice signal of a user;

recognizing the voice signal, obtaining text information corresponding to the voice signal;

triggering a first command if the text information is the same as text information pre-stored in the terminal device,


 
22. The screen control method according to any of claims 1-3, characterized in that, obtaining the first command, comprises:

obtaining an image displayed on the first screen;

triggering the first command if a human face image included in the image is a target human face image, and a ratio of the target human face image occupying the image is greater than a predetermined ratio; the target human face image is a human face image stored in the terminal device.


 
23. The screen control method according to claim 22, characterized in that, the predetermined ratio is any ratio between 90%~100%.
 
24. A screen control device, characterized in that, comprising: a machine body, a first screen, a second screen and a lens that are disposed on the machine body, and a controller disposed inside the machine body; the first screen and the second screen are disposed facing against one another, the lens is disposed at a second screen side; the controller is communicatively connected with the first screen, the second screen and lens; the first screen is a screen that displays an image captured by the lens after the screen control device starts up;
the controller, is configured to obtain a first command; the first command being configured to instruct to display the image captured by the lens on the second screen; and
control display of the image captured by the lens on the second screen based on the first command.
 
25. The screen control device according to claim 24, characterized in that, the controller is specifically configured to:
switch an image captured by the lens and displayed on the first screen to be displayed on the second screen based on the first command.
 
26. The screen control device according to claim 25, characterized in that, the controller is also specifically configured to: control the first screen to be in a screen blackout state.
 
27. The screen control device according to any of claims 24-26, characterized in that,
the controller, is specifically configured to obtain a touch path of a user on the second screen or the first screen, trigger the first command if the touch path is the same as a predetermined path stored in the screen control device.
 
28. The screen control device according to any of claims 24-26, characterized in that, the controller, is specifically configured to:

obtain a rotation angle of the screen control device;

trigger the first command if the rotation angle of the screen control device within a first predetermined time period is within a first predetermined range.


 
29. The screen control device according to any of claims 24-26, characterized in that, the screen control device also comprises an angle sensor communicatively connected with the controller;
the angle sensor, is configured to detect a rotation angle or a rotation angular velocity of the screen control device;
the controller, is specifically configured to: obtain the rotation angle of the screen control device based on the rotation angle or the rotation angular velocity detected by the angle sensor, if the rotation angle of the screen control device in a first predetermined time period is within a first predetermined range, trigger the first command.
 
30. The screen control device according to any of claims 28 or 29, characterized in that, the first predetermined time period is any time period between 0.2∼2s.
 
31. The screen control device according to claim 30, characterized in that, the first predetermined time period is any time period between 0.5∼1s.
 
32. The screen control device according to any of claims 28-31, characterized in that, the first predetermined range is 160° - 200°, or -200° - -160°;
 
33. The screen control device according to claim 32, characterized in that, the first predetermined range is 170° - 180°; or -190° - -170°.
 
34. The screen control device according to any of claims 24-26, characterized in that, the screen control device also comprises an accelerometer communicatively connected with the controller;
the accelerometer is configured to detect an acceleration of the screen control device in an X axis direction, an acceleration in a Y axis direction and an acceleration in a Z axis direction;
the controller is specifically configured to:

obtain the acceleration of the screen control device in the X axis direction, the acceleration in the Y axis direction and the acceleration in the Z axis direction as detected by the accelerometer;

trigger the first command if, within a second time period, the acceleration of the screen control device in the X axis direction is within a second predetermined range, the acceleration in the Y axis direction is within a third predetermined range, the acceleration in the Z axis is within a fourth predetermined range.


 
35. The screen control device according to claim 34, characterized in that, the second predetermined time period is any time period between 0.5s∼2s.
 
36. The screen control device according to claim 34, characterized in that, all of the second predetermined range and the third predetermined range and the fourth predetermined range are ranges corresponding to a moving state of the screen control device being in a round-trip movement.
 
37. The screen control device according to claim 34, characterized in that, all of the second predetermined range and the third predetermined range and the fourth predetermined range are ranges corresponding to a moving state of the screen control device being moving in a first direction.
 
38. The screen control device according to any of claims 24-26, characterized in that,
the controller, is specifically configured to trigger the first command if a predetermined number of click operations by a user at a predetermined location are detected on the second screen or the first screen.
 
39. The screen control device according to claim 38, characterized in that, the predetermined location is a location at which a predetermined icon button is located on the second screen or the first screen; or
the predetermined location is a blank region on the second screen or the first screen.
 
40. The screen control device according to claim 38 or 39, characterized in that, the predetermined number is 1 time or 2 times or 3 times.
 
41. The screen control device according to any of claims 24-26, characterized in that, the screen control device also comprises a predetermined physical pressing key disposed at a side wall of the screen control device; the predetermined physical pressing key is communicatively connected with the controller;
the controller, is specifically configured to trigger the first command if an operation by a user on the predetermined physical pressing key is detected.
 
42. The screen control device according to claim 41, characterized in that, the operation by the user on the predetermined physical pressing key of the screen control device comprises any of the following items:

the user clicking the predetermined physical pressing key;

the user sliding the predetermined physical pressing key from a first location to a second location;

the user pressing the predetermined physical pressing key for a third predetermined time period.


 
43. The screen control device according to claim 42, characterized in that, the third predetermined time period is any time period between 1s ∼ 2s.
 
44. The screen control device according to any of claims 24 - 26, characterized in that, the screen control device further comprises a voice receiver communicatively connected with the controller;
the voice receiver is configured to receive a voice signal of a user;
the controller is specifically configured to:

obtain the voice signal of the user from the voice receiver;

recognize the voice signal, obtain text information corresponding to the voice signal;

trigger the first command if the text information is the same as text information pre-stored in the screen control device.


 
45. The screen control device according to any of claims 24 - 26, characterized in that, the screen control device further comprises an image acquisition device communicatively connected with the controller;
the image acquisition device, is configured to acquire the image displayed on the first screen;
the controller, is specifically configured to obtain the image, if a human face image included in the image is a target human face image, and a ration of the target human face image occupying the image is greater than a predetermined ratio, trigger the first command; the target human face image is a human face image stored in the screen control device.
 
46. The screen control device according to claim 45, characterized in that, the predetermined ratio is any ratio between 90%~100%.
 




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