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Journal of Artificial Intelligence
  Year: 2013 | Volume: 6 | Issue: 1 | Page No.: 75-81
DOI: 10.3923/jai.2013.75.81
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ARM Based 3-in-1 Device for People with Disabilities

S. Shaheen and A. Umamakeswari

Now-a-days to lead our life we had to run with our fast materialistic world. To express our thoughts, we communicate with different people in different languages and in different ways. But, it is difficult for the dumb, blind and people who are affected by paralysis to convey what they think. The dumb people and the paralysis affected people, feel extremely difficult to express their ideas. The blind people face difficulties in writing their exams. Hence, there is a need to develop a platform for those people who are physically challengeable. An Embedded device shall address the above said problems. (1) The paralysis affected people by wearing a glove made up of flex sensors can convey their ideas; (2) By pressing the keypad (buttons) in the device, dumb people can express their basic needs with the text-to-speech IC. (3) When the blind people speak, speech-to-text module converts it and viewed in a display. All of these techniques work in a single embedded device by the control of an ARM7 Processor. By using this device, PWD (People With Disabilities) can easily communicate their basic needs with the society and they can lead their life independently in a peaceful way.
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How to cite this article:

S. Shaheen and A. Umamakeswari, 2013. ARM Based 3-in-1 Device for People with Disabilities. Journal of Artificial Intelligence, 6: 75-81.

DOI: 10.3923/jai.2013.75.81


17 February, 2014
Very good and useful project. All the best for your future project.
08 August, 2014
Mitesh laturiya:
idea is brilliant bt i jus needed a help of yours.! can you pls send me the programming of this device., i need to work on it.. along with it if you can help me to rebuilt it n improve it then i wud be very happy.. eagerly waitin for your rly., pls do rly




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