Smart Deaf-Mute Glove

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2017
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Manal, Lubbadeh
Aya, Shashtari
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For people living in a world without sound, sign language can illustrate their points of view. But in the deaf and hard-of-hearing communities, this gesture-based language can lose its meaning. Our project is a hand gesture translator for deaf and dumb people who use sign language to communicate with the world. We develop a system with a glove which detects the hand gestures and compressions equipped with a collection of sensors to translate the sign language to text and speech. The text is sent from the Arduino controller on the glove via Bluetooth module to the other Arduino controller which is connected to LCD display. We aim to implement a set of English alphabets and a set of words that could be acted with one hand. We refer to actual references for sign language to apply them and help the deaf and dumb people to communicate easily with the world.
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