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metadata.fyp.dc.title: Glove Assistive System For Deaf people via Flex Sensor with an Embedded System.1
metadata.fyp.dc.contributor.*: Noorardiela Erma binti Hassin
BET (HONS) in Medical Electronics 16-Jun-2016
metadata.fyp.dc.description.abstract: The general purpose of an Glove Assistive System Via Flex Sensor with an Embedded system is develop to solve the problem people with hearing impaired that have difficulty in communicating with normal people who do not understand sign language. Even those who do speak aloud typically have a “deaf voice” of which they are self-conscious and that can make them reticent. The glove assistive system via flex sensor with an embedded system is a cloth driving glove fitted with flex sensors. The sensors output a stream of data that varies with degree of bend made by the fingers. Flex sensors are sensors that change in resistance depending on the amount of bend on the sensor. Gestures of fingers of a user of this glove will be converted in to a memory address which is used to hit the memory location where voice message is stored to convey an audible wording or letter. The output from the sensor is converted to digital and processed by using microcontroller and then it responds in the voice using speaker. In this project we have used a microcontroller, a speech IC and also speaker to produce the output. This system will come out with the main components which are microcontroller, DFPlayer mini, Flex sensor, speaker and LCD display. Software used is microcode studio and visual basic for computer interfacing by using easy radio ER900TRS.
metadata.fyp.dc.description: Top 20
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