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DIGITAL VOCALIZER FOR

SPECIALLY ABLED

GROUP 16
ANANDHAPADMANABHAN TS
IBNU NAZEER
AKHIL K AJITH
CONTENTS

 INTRODUCTION
 WORKING AND BLOCK DIAGRAM
 LITERATURE SURVEY
 ADVANTAGES AND DISADVANTAGES
 CONCLUSIONS
 REFERENCES
INTRODUCTION

 Digital vocalizer is a project for social purpose. We are trying to implement a system
which make the communication gap between deaf peoples and hearing people as less
as possible. Deaf people make use of sign language or gestures to make understand
what he/she trying to say but it is impossible to understand by hearing people. So, that
we come on conclusion to make a simple prototype by taking some of those gesture
and convert it into audio form so that they can be understood by everyone. For that we
are making the use of arduino UNO Board as Atmega 328 Controller board to
interface all of the sensors and actuators.
 Basically an Artificial Neural Network is the concept of our prototype. Some sensors
are placed on the hand of deaf people which converts the parameter like finger bend
hand position angle into electrical signal and provide it to Atmega 328 controller and
controller take action according to the sign.
AT Mega -328
The ATmega328 is a single-chip microcontroller created by Atmel in the megaAVR family (later
Microchip Technology acquired Atmel in 2016). It has a modified Harvard architecture 8-bit RISC
processor core.

Flex sensor
A flex sensor or bend sensor is a sensor that measures the amount of deflection or bending.
Usually, the sensor is stuck to the surface, and resistance of sensor element is varied by bending
the surface. Since the resistance is directly proportional to the amount of bend it is used as
goniometer, and often called flexible potentiometer.
WORKING AND BLOCK DIAGRAM
LITERATURE SURVEY

AUTHOR YEAR METHODOLOG ADVANTAGES OPEN ISSUES


Y

SANDEEP 2015 VISION BASED WIDE AREA OF UNCERTAIN


THAKUR & PROCESSING OF APPLICATIONS LIGHT
RAJESH MEHRA OUTPUT CONDITIONS
MAY LEAD TO
BAD IMAGE
PROCESSING

RASHMI 2017 ACCELEROMETE GIVES THE USER PROBABILITY


VASHISHT AND R BASED FREEDOM TO OF SUCCESSFUL
ASISH SHARMA GESTURE USE WIDE INTERPRETATIO
CONTROL RANGE OF N IS VERY LOW
INPUTS
Advantages of the innovation

1. It is a social cause project


2. Deaf people can easily communicate with normal people
3. Easy to implement
4. Easy to make change of sensor windows according to wearing hand
5. Portable design works on 9V small Radio battery
6. Audio as well as Visual output

Limitations of the innovation

1. Currently due to cost of sensors and funds limitation we choose limited gestures which can
perform by single hand
CONCLUSIONS

This project aims to lower the communication gap between the mute community and
the standard world. The project methodology interprets language into speech and then
to voice form. The system overcomes the necessary time difficulties of dumb people
and improve their communication. Compared with existing system the projected
arrangement is compact and is possible to carry to any places. The language will be
interpreted into some kind of audio with the help of a speaker, to facilitate the deaf
people likewise.
In world applications, this system is helpful for deaf and dumb those cannot
communicate with normal person. The foremost characteristic of this project is that
the gesture recognizer may be a standalone system, that's applied in common-place of
living.
REFERENCES

1. Census of India 2011.


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3. Gujrati Ambika, Singh Kartigya, Khushboo, Sora Lovika, Ambikapathy Mrs, "Hand-talk
Gloves with flex Sensors: A Review", International Journal of Engineering Science
Invention ISSN (Online), vol. 2, no. 4, pp. 43-46, 2013.
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IEEE International Conference on Robotics and Automation, 2007.
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