FLEX SENSOR BASED SIGN LANGUAGE FOR DISABLED
Author(s):
V.MANGAYARKARASI
Keywords:
Sign Language; Display Panel; Human-Computer Interface (HCI); Flex Sensors; American Sign Language (ASL); Hand Gesture
Abstract
Technology has always been of great help to the disabled and given them a helping hand to allow them to live a normal and healthy life like others. We have come up with a novel idea of gloves named hand talk that will convert hand movements into text and allow the deaf to express themselves better. The hand talk glove needs to be worn on the hand by the deaf or mute person and depending on the variation of movement of hand the device will convert it intelligently into voice for the other person to comprehend it easily. The device can sense each movement of the hand carefully. The hand movement will be converted in to resistance by using flex sensor. Depending on the resistance value the voice will produced by APRVOICEIC .Currently the device can converted only few words, but depending on the success of this device few more additional words may be added later onto this expressive system. The gestures can be converted to voice by using a APR 9600 voice storage and retrieval chip. Prerecorded voices are stored into APR memory and when corresponding gestures are received, the appropriate voices are reproduced by the APR through the speaker.
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Unique Paper ID: 146943

Publication Volume & Issue: Volume 5, Issue 2

Page(s): 520 - 524
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