SIGN CONVERSION FOR MUTE COMMUNITY USING GESTURE AND FLEX SENSORS (2023)
M. C. Shanker, Kande Manoj Kumar, Tiruvalluru Umesh, Syed Sameer Ali, Talamanchi Hemanth Reddy JCR. 2023: 95-103
Generally dumb people use sign language for communication but they find difficulty in communicating with others who don’t understand sign language. This project aims to lower this barrier in communication. It is based on the need of developing an electronic device that can translate sign language into speech in order to make the communication take place between the mute communities with the general public possible. A Wireless data gloves is used which is normal cloth driving gloves fitted with flex sensors along the length of each finger and the thumb. Mute people can use the gloves to perform hand gesture and it will be converted into speech so that normal people can understand their expression. Sign language is the language used by mute people and it is a communication skill that uses gestures instead of sound to convey meaning simultaneously combining hand shapes, orientations and movement of the hands, arms or body and facial expressions to express fluidly a speaker’s thoughts. Signs are used to communicate words and sentences to audience
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