Blindsight Glove: Empowering the Visually Impaired with Sensor Technology
Amruta Bhawarthi, Kaustubh Muley, Kavya Amrutkar, Devendra Kawade, Anushka Kausadikar, Ayush Kawane, Kaustubh Singh
Arduino, Barrier detection, Buzzer, Convenience, Safety, Ultrasonic sensor, visually impaired.
A straightforward, physically grounded analysis demonstrates the detection of objects in the front-end area. Barrier detection is achieved using notification tools such as buzzers and disk vibrators. The project utilizes wave transmission principles and ultrasonic sound waves' reflection. An ultrasonic sensor is employed to transmit sound waves, which subsequently bounce back when they encounter obstacles and are received by the sensor. Upon receiving the reflected waves, the Arduino code is designed to activate the buzzer and vibrating motor immediately. This system aims to alert visually impaired individuals, enabling them to navigate their surroundings independently and safely. By providing audio feedback and utilizing a vibrating mechanism, this tool can enhance mobility, ensure safety, and contribute to an improved overall quality of life for visually impaired individuals.
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Unique Paper ID: 161846

Publication Volume & Issue: Volume 10, Issue 6

Page(s): 420 - 424
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