Practical No – 1
Aim - To study MULTIMEDIA HARDWARE system: a) INPUT DEVICES
b) OUTPUT DEVICES
c) COMMUNICATION DEVICES
REQUIREMENTS: - Floppy Disc, Hard Disc, DVD, CD Rom, Input devices like
Track Ball, Touch Screen, Mice, Flat Bed, Digital Camera,
Output devices like Amplifier speaker, monitor, projector, Printer.
THEORY: INPUT DEVICES:
A great variety or input devices -from the familiar keyboard and
handy mouse to touch screen and voice recognition setups can be used for
development and delivery or a multimedia project.
A keyboard is the most common method of interaction with a
Computer. Keyboards provide various tactile responses and have variously
layout depending upon your Computer system and keyboard -model.
Keyboard is typically rated at least 50 million cycles.
The most common keyboard for PCs is the 1011 style, although
many styles are available with one or more special keys LED’s.
A mouse is the standard tool for interacting with a graphical user
interface (QUI). All Macintosh computers require a mouse; on PCs, mouse:
are not required but recommended. The buttons on the mouse provide
additional user input, such as pointing and double clicking to open a
3) TRACK BALL:
Track ball are similar to mice except that the cursor is moved by
using one or more fingers to roll across the top of the ball. The track ball