Gesture-controlled Menu Ordering System
Smita Mande, Rajnandini Nandkishor Dharashive, Parth Rahul Rajopadhye, Sanshodhan Rajesh Soor, Gaurav Bhopal Rajgadkar, Rahul Raghunath Yadav, Varun Mohan Rajguru
hand gestures, menu ordering system, gesture detection, hand mapping.
In an era marked by rapid technological advancements and a growing emphasis on touchless interactions, the "Gesture-Controlled Menu Ordering System" emerges as a pioneering solution that redefines the way individuals engage with canteens and restaurants. The System empowers individuals to seamlessly place orders at canteens or restaurants using intuitive hand gestures. The proposed system uses cameras to recognize hand motions, which are subsequently translated into exact orders that govern different canteen processes. The technology has many benefits, including quicker service, efficiency, reduced wait times, and hygiene since users may avoid touching surfaces and potentially spreading germs. Also, the physically challenged people, specifically the deaf and dumb, who face difficulty while communicating with others can make use of this technology while ordering food in canteen or restaurant with ease. Operators of canteens can also get helpful information from the system, such as customer preferences, well-liked menu items, and peak hours, to optimize operations and enhance the general customer experience. The suggested system is a novel and practical solution to enhance the cafeteria experience for both patrons and staff.
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Unique Paper ID: 161662

Publication Volume & Issue: Volume 10, Issue 6

Page(s): 399 - 405
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