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metadata.fyp.dc.title: Development of Tremor Motion Detection
metadata.fyp.dc.contributor.*: Muhammad Azri Asyraf bin Mohd Zahari
Diploma of Engineering Technology in Medical Electronics 11-Oct-2017
metadata.fyp.dc.description.abstract: This project is Development of Tremor Motion Detection. The most common problem that a person with a hearing problem or deaf person is a lack of awareness especially when they are sleep. Unlike a normal person, a deaf person’s brain cannot process a sound normally as the result of the nerve that comes from the ear is damaged. Sound and vibration are processed by the same part of the brain. For a normal person, that part of the brain can process a sound wave and vibration wave, but for a deaf person, only vibration wave is being processed. That explained why a deaf person can “feel” the vibration more than a normal person. This project is about an infrared motion sensor that will detect a motion that passed through it. The Tremor motion sensor has a direct application, but here it was designed to detect and notify the user if there any motion within the detection area. The units will turn notify the user by vibration, light and sound. So if there is someone moving in the detection area the user will know. This project was designed for maximum ease of assembly and fitting. This project will help to overcome the problem that is most deaf people are facing in term of safety and security. This project is designed using an Arduino circuit as a control centre that will control the vibration motor, LED and buzzer. I use two PIR sensor to wider the detection angle and distance. When there is motion detected, the vibration, LED and buzzer will turn on and off in sequence. This will provide an effective output as it already covered three type of human senses, touch, and sight and hear.
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